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How to Lose Weight [And Keep it Off]

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Why is it HARD to lose weight and keep it off?

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People who keep the weight off are able to stay focused and commit to prioritizing their health.” This commitment may include staying active, watching fewer than 10 hours of TV a week, getting adequate sleep and eating breakfast, according to researchers with the National Weight Loss Registry. 2. Still, say many nutrition and obesity experts, the basic underlying principles of weight loss and maintenance are the same: you have to eat a healthy diet and increase your exercise. People who. Permanent weight loss calls for healthy eating and exercise routines, just like the ones you developed while you lost the weight.

Many people relax. “Reminding yourself daily what you’ve been ‘fighting’ for will keep you from backsliding into old habits,” Coopersmith says. However, looking at and watching your diet alone will not keep the weight off.

You must do some exercise to lose weight naturally and be in the best condition that is possible. I do not mean that you have to do it as much as you do while you are losing weight. But you should keep a consistent standard of it up.

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 (HealthDay News) The health of people with type 2 diabetes often improves dramatically with a 5% to 10% weight lossbut to sustain the benefits, you need to keep the. So if you ate 1,500 calories a day to lose weight, you’ll have to keep eating around 1,500 calories a day to keep it off (for a more personalized plan, meet with a registered dietitian, who can.

Ninety-four percent of people who lost weight and kept it off increased their level of physical activity. OK, fine, no big shock there. Finally, there seems to be a value in reminding yourself why you need or want to keep the weight off. Take time in your day for personal reaffirmation and positive self-talk of your weight-loss.

Whenever you feel that you’ve “sinned” (i.e. if you went on holiday and feasted non-stop for a week), just control your diet and eat clean for a few days and you’ll find your weight returning back to your healthy range!

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I gain the weight back that I lost, perhaps even adding on a few more pounds.

“Quantum Leap Thinking: An Owner's Guide to the Mind” by James J Mapes
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Since losing weight, I have more confidence, more energy, more joy, more happiness, more clothes, and more dates!

“The Belly Fat Cure#” by Jorge Cruise
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I have lost weight, and my clothes fit better.

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by Dallas Hartwig, Melissa Hartwig
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In the past, when trying to lose weight, I would change everything right away … new eating plan, new gym, new workout clothes, new lifestyle.

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I lost most of that weight in the first few months, but I started to notice my motivation slipping away the last couple of those months, and bad eating habits creeping back, and the weight began rising again.”

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I stopped weighing myself.

“Unbearable Lightness: A Story of Loss and Gain” by Portia de Rossi
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by Portia de Rossi
Atria Books, 2010

This time, I told myself, not losing weight felt right, like I was standing up for women who feel judged for not fitting into a size 2 dress.

“The Tapping Solution for Weight Loss & Body Confidence: A Woman's Guide to Stressing Less, Weighing Less, and Loving More” by Jessica Ortner
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by Jessica Ortner
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I was good at losing weight for that special occasion, a holiday or family wedding, and then I would go back to my old ways.

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Despite this minor setback, I know that those pounds will have to come off somehow, because I’m just a happier camper when I weigh less and when the entirely new winter wardrobe I purchased last January still fits.

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After the yo-yo of struggling to lose weight only to gain it back, I started to look at things differently.

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  • Yeah, the difference is that a lot of the weight lost in the low-carb diets is water weight and lean mass due to the depletion of muscle glycogen. Weight on the scale is one thing, body composition is another.

  • Thank you,Ms. Toni. I am down 16 lbs and I don’t mind the time it takes. But at the mid point stage, this video/pep talk(for me) is right on time:o)

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  • You look great. Please show us a typical day of your eating plan & I’d live to see a beauty routine vid. Has this diet change helped your skin & hair? As these are my trouble zones & I think diet is to blame.

  • There are so many different diets out there! All of them work you just have to find the one best for you and stick with it. Find out what you can handle and cant and go from there and sort out your food groups you like and control your calorie intake and you will be successful as long at you STAY with it.

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  • I have found that “starvation” diets work great. I limit myself to filling and nutrient rich foods, but limit calorie intake to 800 a day. I’ll typically drop between 1-2 pounds a day. A typical summer I’ll drop 60 pounds. Problem is winter where I have found no diet works. Even starting a “starvation” diet does not work then.

  • 30% of diet in carbs is too much. The target is 5%.

    Sugar and carbs drive appetite, reduce them and you reduce appetite. eat less, hit the one-meal-a-daygoal easier, eat smaller portions because you’re full not because you’re starving yourself.

  • This research is basically useless because it just examined weight loss and not body composition. Low carb diets are known to cause water and lean muscle mass loss. I’m pretty sure most people want to lose fat not the other stuff. Until I see some research that makes that distinction, I’m not going to say which diets work and which ones don’t.

  • Man, ever since I watched the LIVE where you read the “Microscope looks like a condom” question, I see a Trojan-enz every time the intro credits roll. 

    Love what you do!

  • Do you have a updated video on this topic? Everything I’ve researched suggests NO diet works if you look beyond one year and most not only regain but regain more. About 5% sustain weight loss by EXTREME vigilance from my recollectionthough a 5% success (if I recall correctly) and majority failing and getting worse makes me really ambivalent about attempting weight loss at all. I really want to lose weight and look better but anecdotally all diets feel like torture and scientifically it appears we don’t have a reliable solution to this problem. I am trying to eat healthier but even that is challenging.

  • You Rock Toni! You looked great before but I can see how more healthy and more vibrant you have become. I am subbie for LIFE! Thanks for the encouragement…You look like EVERYTHING!

  • hey all, of all the diets that I have been on, the only diet that worked for me was Adams fat code (you can look it up on google). Absolutely the most successful program that helped me lose my excess weight.

  • Hey what about whole30? What’s the research say about paleo diets? I’m curious because I’ve seen a few people with good results but I don’t want to let that bias me

  • I couldn’t believe it when my colleague shared with me about the weight loss plan “sowo hope site” he’d discovered. Search it on Google. My partner and i started using it too, and the results have been unbelievable. I actually dropped 13 pounds.

  • I was eating VERY low carb for a few months, and at about 400 calories below maintenance. Only around 20 carbs per day, which was super effective for losing fat (it actually started happening. I had spent a few months solely restricting calories while eating whatever I wanted. I lost a round 8 pounds but have no idea where it came from, as my measurements stayed exactly the same. Wasn’t til low carb that they began to go down with my weight), but I got awful brain fog from it. I only just recently knocked it up to around 40-50 (WHICH I’M SO HAPPY ABOUT, missed a lot of foods) and that fixed it. I feel so much better. I don’t know what percentage that was of my macros, but for me, it certainly wasn’t enough. My parents are apparently fine on it though.

  • Eat less than you burn. Aerobic activity. Anaerobic activity (lift). The more…the more you lose. The more you lose, the better you feel…so let’s have less beans for every meal!

  • Any input one which has the more health benefits, based on studies of correlating with disease. I’ve heard that carb and sugars correlated mostly with the types of disease in western diets, but I’ve not got around to looking for corroboration to that.

    Long term, which diet minimizes your risk of disease, aside from weight-loss benefits. What diet should one have for most health benefits?

  • My husband and I have been on a weight reduction since January ( about 5 months at this point) the thing that worked when nothing else would is focus on long term management. At our age we are not going to loose fast. We have an initial block of time for weight loss of 18 months. We have challenges of hypothyroid, arthritis age and post menopause. We have found a balanced approach works well. Increase activity ( not necessarily exercise) and setting our weight loss calorie level as if it were a maintenance diet for about 10 lbs below our ideal weight. diet wise with a lot of variety and focus on veggies, no snacks or seconds and small portions. We have designated cheat days decided at the beginning of the year. This year birthdays Thanksgiving and Christmas. Those are the only ” free days”

    I think the biggest factor though is feedback. We use the scale faithfully every week and have a detached attitude towards the weight. The diet is adjusted according to what the scale shows. Total weight loss so far is for me ( female) 38 lbs and for him 55 lbs. We both started over 300 lbs. We are both tall ( about 6 ft) I think it’s the acceptance of a health problem that has to be managed that also has been helpful. This requires maintenance for as long as we live.

  • We all know what the healthy foods are and as Long as we don’t over eat and we get plenty of exercise, you put yourself in a really healthy position

  • That i knew I had to lose around 10 pounds, but every diet plan and technique I attempted, let me down. I merely never received any considerable results. But the diet “sowo hope site” (Google it) came out to be the system for me. In only one week, seven days, I actually lost 10 lbs.

  • Who knew this could be somewhat controversial? I’m so tired of hearing about low carb or no carb diets! These are so unhealthy for you! The problem is that they get results, and that’s all that people care about. Honestly, it’s not about losing weight. The scale is one of the worst inventions out there. It’s really about becoming a healthier you. And that will not be accomplished if you start cutting your carbs! I want to make sure I’m clear. When I’m talking about carbs, I don’t mean eat a donut and bagel for breakfast. I’m talking about whole grain toast or an English muffin. It’s all about healthy choices. If you don’t believe me, let’s break some things down.
    Carbohydrates are the body’s main source to make energy (glucose to ATP, I don’t really want to explain the Krebs Cycle right now, so you get the idea). When carbs are not consumed, our body is capable of converting lipids (second source) and proteins (our ‘last resort’) into glucose to get energy. But during this process of ‘conversion,’ ketones are produced as a byproduct. The longer this low carb diet goes on, the more ketones your body produces. This results in acidic blood, or ketoacidosis. This has some serious effects on your body. Serious as in swelling of the brain, loss of consciousness/coma, and death. No, this isn’t a scary commercial warning you of all the adverse side effects to a strange drug. This is a real health problem with real consequences if left untreated. All because you thought you could lose a lot of weight by cutting carbs.

  • Most of Americans today wish to lose weight and look to diets to help them out. The idea behind diets is right, eating right and exercising more. Diets, however, can be extremely dangerous depending on which diet routine is attempted. I do not support the low carb diet even though you may see results. The body needs the glucose from carbs in order to generate ATP. If glucose from carbs are not present, the body may develop ketones, which are extremely dangerous. Ketones can appear in the urine and are a sign of extreme danger, a danger that can even be fatal if not taken care of. Rather than restrict yourself from food, choose healthier options and incorporate a lifestyle change. It is important that both exercise and food are balanced. Fuel your body the way it needs to function in order to perform all of its daily functions instead of starve yourself of bread. Diets are not necessarily a bad idea; however, I believe that a lifestyle change would be more beneficial and help in the long run.

  • I’m finally seeing result now that I’m using the Myfitnesspal app. Being able to try everything I eat and drink and all my exercise really helps. So now instead of just thinking I’m eating healthy, I can see exactly what I’ve eaten, how many calories and carbs I’ve consumed so I can make better decisions. I used to think losing weight was a joke or that I was a complete failure because everything I tried didn’t seem to work. But so far this apo has been making all the difference. And zi’m finally drinking the right amount of water thanks to the Hydro Coach app and drinking the right amount of water is supposed to help with weight loss too so I’m kind of interested to see how that effects things. I’ve only had that app for a few days and been drinking the proper amount of water for those days so, not sure yet how well it helps with weight loss. But I’m definitely better hydrated. XD Anyway, just thought I’d crow about these two apps because they really do seem to be making really positive impacts in my health.

  • To read more about the science underlying these tips, and a background to the research we discuss in this video, you can access Dr Gina’s most recent journal article here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41366-018-0067-4

  • You look amazing..I just also lost about 20 pounds and it feels so good to get back into my clothes again. I was depressed about my weight before. especially when I had a closet full of amazing clothes and nothing fits. So I know how it feels. I just started training for a 1/2 Marathon.

  • Make it simple. Visit website NextLevelDiet, select food you like and thats it:D They give you complete 30 days meal plan which contains only food you have selected, training plan and fitness tips to boost your results. #*Next Level Diet*

  • How to diet. Don’t buy shit food. When you leave the house don’t bring money so you cant buy snacks or go out to eat. Learn to cook

  • there are a lot of myths about dieting…. unfortunately the research failed to take into account activity types like catabolic vs anabolic workouts and the effects of each diet with those separate workouts. also another effective tools that was not accounted for was eating frequency and micro fasting.
    eating 6 small meals daily and 12 hr fast q 3-4 weeks = 19kg reduction in body fat in 9 months in my plan

    most assume that the weight number reduction is an effective tool for measure of success…. that is a myth sustained by a presumed experts opinion of another’s experience….. this would be a great topic for you to cover

  • You know what you are talking about! I’m going on 43 and was always really slim. Well, I hit 40 and gained 15lbs! It doesn’t seem like much but at 5’3 it made a difference. My teenaged brother is an actor in LA and came to visit me two summers ago. He said I was “fat” by LA standards and I only weighed around 123 and wore a size 5/6. My feelings were so hurt! But, it motivated me to lose weight! Thanks for sharing this video.

  • honestly, one of the better tips for dieting I’ve heard is to avoid ‘liquid calories’ or high calorie drinks (soda, sweetened coffee, sweet tea, chocolate milk, juices…) generally I try to avoid drinking anything but water unless its a special occasion. on the plus side, it saves money, too! less $5 coffees in the morning, shaving a few bucks off my bill when I go out to eat…
    On a less happy note, this is the only dieting tip I have managed to somewhat stick with. Whoops.

  • I often, but not frequently, “neglect” to eat a day or three a month. It doesn’t seem to make much difference in my weight (around 160 to 165 lbs). If I walk a mile a day, I maintain weight at that food intake level. If I walk more than two miles a day, I have to eat more to maintain a weight above 160 lbs. My diet (food intake) is “ignorant” of carb, fat and red meat protein ” but “watchful” of processed foods. Hope this informs some one. BTW. I’m a 68 year old white male in an east Coast Urban Center.

  • LOL!! Girl you have me laughing so hard because I can totally hear you going in on not buying clothes that are in a bigger size!! LOL Love it!!

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  • Which diet would be easy to do? Not confusing when deciding what to eat, being able to eat food that you liked before the diet, and cheaper. Do any of them meet my requirements? lol

  • If what matters is sticking to your diet then why aren’t you discussing retention rates of each of these diets? Wouldn’t that be the most useful information for people? Then people can try one that they’re likely to stick to first.

  • I feel that diets really don’t work because after you diet you tend to go back to eating regular foods. So i say if you eat what you want at moderation and exercise there should be no problem with losing weight.

  • You don’t want to lose weight, you want to lose fat. By following stupid diet plans, I was primarily losing muscle mass. Oh god, how dumb I was? You only need correct diet and some kind of training, and the best thing is that you can find both (and much more) on website called NextLevelDiet.

  • I was hoping to see something about Keto. One could say that the Keto diet is super low-carb, I believe somewhere around 20g/day. This means very very low levels of sugar, and no grains, both of which are believed to be bad for people. You can still eat lots of great things like cheese, bacon, seafood, beef, chicken ect., and some sugar in moderation. When your body uses ketones for energy it help relieve the loss in strength and strong cravings for junk food, thereby making it a more viable option for people to stick with long term.
    Your thoughts?

  • At the end of the day it’s really about eating less than you burn. Macronutrients and micronutrients help determine body composition and general health, but if you’re not in a caloric deficit, you will not lose weight.

  • I wish there was more studies about what diets work best if you have different medical conditions. I have PCOS so my weight fluctuates a lot, I’m currently at a healthy weight but would like to lose a bit more. I know that there must be some differences in how my body reacts to calories but I can’t find much information on that. I can’t really exercise for complicated reasons so diet is really my only way to control my weight

  • I’m a woman with gestational diabetes, searching for low-carb recipes I’ve come across “keto-diet” recipes. Could you do a video on the affects of such a diet?

  • Low calorie diets are not the solution,it’s simple,it’s the low carb high fat Keto diet thatll burn away the fat.Search it up.Also weight training and higher protein intake to supplement it will burn a hella lot of fat,search it up

  • I’d be interested to know if that weight gain after the first 6 months was attributed to fat gain or muscle gains (perhaps as a byproduct of increased physical activity). Obviously gaining muscle mass would be a desirable thing while trying to lose fat, but of course muscle weighs much more than fat does. So it would be important to control for that in a study involving fat loss. Correct?

  • Losing weight is easy. Cut off your leg and there goes about 20 pounds. If you want to lose fat on the other hand. Eat less, move  more and get some muscle. A pound of fat and a pound of muscle weigh the same, but they have different energy requirements. Muscle burns more calories than fat. Cheers

  • Aaron, can you make a video about cytostatic drugs? I have seen people taking them when they had cancer and they still died. How do they work? 

  • What about the Low Carb High Fat diet, AKA the Ketogenic Diet???
    80% Fat 15% Protein 5% Carbs.
    Because for many PHDs and Doctors like Phinney, Volek, Agostino, Attia, Soakes, Perlmutter, Mullin and others, the real problem comes from the carbs in particular the grains and the sugar. Could you please make a video about it and share your opinion? Thanks.

  • Diets and “health” are probably the biggest topics for women in the media right now, and have been for the last several years. Everywhere you look, someone is trying to promote their new and improved weight loss plan to women, whether its on the front of a magazine, commercial or social media. The most popular thing seems to be the “low-fat” diet; there are hundreds of products on the shelves of grocery stores labeled with bright packaging ploys to this effect. These include different statements like “60% less fat” or “reduced fat” to give the illusion to shoppers that their products are healthier than the full-fat counterpart. The problem with most of these products is that they tend to replace the fat present with more sugar, because no one wants to eat foods that don’t taste good. He specifically reviewed several different name brand diets here, some that incorporate low-fat, as well as others that incorporated low-carbs, or balanced macronutrients. Research showed that at 12 months, most of the diets were much less successful than they had been at 6 months, with no specific type of diet giving significantly more weight loss. The most important component for each of the name-brand diets were that they incorporated restrictions in calorie counts in some way, as the general rule is this: when you eat less calories, you tend to lose more weight. His take-away in this video, however, is that the most effective diet is the one that you are able to stick to.

  • you look amazing! i love your health approach to this!!! and you are so sweet getting emotional at the end! such an inspiration!!! xoxo

  • You go girl, you look great! Thanks for posting this video, everything you said is so true. I’m in the process of losing weight it is really tough but I look at my old pics and that truly motivates me to lose the lbs. thanks again!

  • What has worked for me is Sparkpeople for tracking food and a FitBit to track my activity. Through these tools I can easily track calories in vs calories out.

  • while i agree with a lot of people when they say (in these comments and elsewhere) that overweight people need support instead of shame these people then inevitably go on to say something like “if you’re overweight and happy then be overweight, who cares what other people think…” this last part is absolutely wrong. if you want to be overweight, that is fine, but don’t justify it by saying i’m living how i want to live and it makes me happy. If you take your eyes a little off the meal in front of you and look a few years down the road you most certainly are not going to be happy. saying “if you’re overweight and happy then be overweight” is nearsighted at best. you need to maintain a healthy weight not only because of the mountain of health problems you’re going to have that will directly contradict your happiness, but for the sheer avoidability of it. it obviously harder and sometimes damn hard for certain people to lose weight over others, but it is not impossible.

    what i love the most is the inconsistency of society. these days everyone knows if you smoke you’re asking for cancer and everyone knows if you’re obese you’re asking for pulmonary disese, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, gall bladder disease, osteoarthritis, gout, phlebitis, cancer, pancreatitis, coronary heart disease, diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, cataracts, stroke, etc… when someone sees a person smoking who has cancer or who gets cancer, it’s often a “they were asking for it” mentality. but we see an obese person with CVD (etc) and we coddle them. think about how similar they are. food and smoking are both effectively addictive, both are hard to quit (obviously you can’t quit food, but quitting unhealthy food), both quitting smoking and losing weight have to be battled for the rest of that persons life, both have a genetic aspect, and both have terrible health effects that are totally avoidable.

    reality is every man, woman, and child require respect and support, but when someone is doing something that is known to be a serious health problem i would contend that the last thing they need is a host of people telling them it’s okay “as long as they’re happy”

  • Isn’t it a good thing that the recent study addressed many outcomes, and not only weight loss?  If my doctor says I should lose weight, it isn’t so I have a sexy beach bod.  S/he is concerned it puts me at increased risk for a host of adverse events.  If diet x helps me lose weight but doesn’t decrease my risk of heart disease, what good is it?

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  • Thank you SO MUCH for this video!!! I’m totally exasperated by all the quarrels between low-carb following friends and low-fat following ones… now at last I’ve got something to appease them!

  • Ms. Toni! Loved your response. Here is the deal, you can tuck all the day long, but if you don’t put in the work prior to the tuck you will end up with ” just another bad tuck”, which clearly you do not have because, “You put in work Girl!!

    Haters will hate! I always say.. “Don’t Hate the Player, Hate the Game”!! You look FABULOUS Darling!!

  • You mention protien last. Plus you don’t mention fats at all. Other than avoid bad ones. However fats such as coconut, avacardo oil and maccadamia oils have not only been widely acknowledged ad being really good for you but in my own experience with fats and protien has seen me loose 250 lbs in the last 3 years. Many of these ideas are out dated.

  • Cynthia Sweetie, you’re so obsessed with me. Why? If you put half the time you spend obsessing over me, into making you’re own dreams come true, you’d be uber successful by now. It’s no secret that I had a tummy tuck. I’ve talked about it openly several times. Catch up… you’re EIGHT years late silly wabbit.

  • As expert, I do think Fenoboci Diet Plan is good way to lost a ton of weight. Why not give it a chance? maybe it’s going to work for you too.

  • You should check out “luxy flat tummy” ( Just Search Google) It’s a free guide pack with info which help me lose about 15 pounds in 3 weeks

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  • This video was very helpful!! I have been battling with weight my whole life and this has really made things much clearer for me!! Thanks!!! PLEASE keep making these videos!! My favorite channel!!

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  • I have a suggestion: when you make lists of figures in regards to research an analysis, could you put the numbers in text on the screen as you would read them in the article so those of us who are visual learners can follow the information better? Love the show

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  • Below 40% calories of carbs is a low carb diet? Looking like I’m on a low carb diet my whole life, lol. And I stil eat a lot of grains, potatoes, veges and fruits. Can’t imagine how to fit into 45-55% calories of carbs. Looks like I have to cut all fat fish, nuts, shrooms, lentils and legumes from my diet ti fit that.

  • Well I followed no set diet all I did was watch the calories without going below my recommended daily calorie intake as recommended by the NHS BMI calculator.
    http://www.nhs.uk/Tools/Pages/Healthyweightcalculator.aspx
    Breakfast porridge or a scrambled or poached egg on brown toast
    Lunch a skinny soup 180 cal with a hand full of peas or butter beans and a whole meal roll.
    Evening meal fish with root vegetables or made as a Kedgeree or chicken breast with brown rice and salad, or done as a stew with mixed vegetables
    The sauce is made with stock and thickened with either chicken gravy mix or corn flour I prefer grave mix but not loads of it and add some small new potatoes into my slow cooker so it’s a one pot meal. Desert usually a 10cal fruit jelly.
    Now whether this is bad or not I don’t know but it matches my advised intake and I have gone from 107kg to 90kg in two months so not dramatic but steady and I have just 5kg to go to reach perfect BMI.

  • I’ve had the opposite requirement, depending on the activity, to keep my appetite up. In the military my weight to height was very low, and I had to force myself to eat. Same with my activity presently out in the field always walking or even running and doing physical motions.
    This can apply to even overweight people; if you are dieting often you’ll want to increase exercise, do more walking, don’t diet too that you have little energy, and suddenly exercising with an extreme low Calorie and/or fat diet can leave you very tired, prone to stress fractures, muscle fatigue, strained muscles, take longer to heal from minor strains, and more easily open to infectious diseases.
    So don’t be afraid to increase your food intake if you start working out, just keep it balanced with lots of greens. Not adjusting can leave you too tired or in pain to continue the exercise, and you may even fail at the diet itself. Just keep in mind the activity amount (burn amount) and food intake as your activities change over time.

  • Girl Girl Girl, where do I start. I always say that when you have a goal to meet it is your goal to meet when it comes to loosing weight. So with that being said I understand how it can be emotional, know that no matter what the number is it is your number. My number is 120 but now it is at 80 and yes it feels good to meet those milestones and goals we set for ourselves, Love Love Love your videos you inspire me to do better and be the real me for who I am.

  • I’ve seen a lot of juicing lately on youtube and was thinking about giving it a try because I’m at the point where I need to eat more healthy. I’ve been watching my portions and cutting out the sodas…omg when I started cutting out the sodas I lost a lot lol. I was just thinking about dancing at least 3 times a week just to increase my cardio (burn some calories too). I’m for sure now going to add it to my routine. Thx for the inspiration:-) Love the camera quality. All the Best:-)

  • My first time visiting your channel & I’m officially IN LOVE!!! Thanks for your candor & honesty. This video has truly INSPIRED ME. THANKS!!

  • Why am I just watching this? Im soo happy for you and I completely understand where you’re coming from because I was in the same situation with work. I gained a quick 15lbs but back in may I enrolled for a Nutrition class at school and learnt a lot, It completely changed my view and I changed my lifestyle, it truly is a lifestyle. I always skipped breakfast and ate only about 2 big meals a day, bag of chips as snack and some haagen daaz ice cream before bed, lol. I’ve lost 25lbs since May:)

  • I just subscribed to your site and I was wondering what kind of exercises do you recommend for someone who has neck, shoulder and lower back problems. I want to exercise but when I do I suffer for it later. Help Please!!!!!!!!!

  • I like your videos.  I’m 52 and I’ve been jogging for 21 years.  If only I could meet a woman like you, life would be divine!  Cheers.

  • LOVE IT THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR UPLOADING THIS TONI! =) You have no idea how much you inspire me…keep up the great and fabulous work =)

  • Can you please do another video.:) Could you please do a video outfits of the week or outfit of the day.:) or of your shoe’s.:) xoxooxo thank you.:)

  • Thank you for being soooo REAL with your journey!! ALL your pictures are absolutely fabulous!! So, true to accomplish & achieve a long standing goal that appeared to be unattainable….Some times I wished I lived in the valley to take dance & exercises classes, as they are all there and in LA….. I live in OC and its soo freaking far…. I am working with a trainer, pilates machines, and cardio…and trying(scratch going to ) drop 20 lbs…tried of being thick… Love your fearlessness!!!

  • Thank you so much for sharing this, very informative. I have been on some meds for the past 3 yrs, which contributed to my recent weight. I had my last surgery last month and I can’t wait to get my body back. I feel so heavy and it’s bad cause most of the fat is around my belly… Glad i found your channel.

  • Diet Plan called Custokebon Secrets kept showing up here on many youtube and I thought they were scam. However after my friend follow it, and finally lost a ton of weight by using it without starving herself. I’m persuaded. Don’t take my own word for it, search for Custokebon Secrets on google.

  • The most major differences are long term. Long term, high carb is simply better for health. checkout Blue Zones. Also on those very small time frams, you already see that high carbs get better from 6 months to 1 year, thus you can already see the trend to higher health on the LONG run.

  • Toni, you look and are absolutely fabulous. I just recently moved to LA and I’m finding the adjustment a little difficult. I need to lose weight but I have to get my mental together too. Also, I have vids on you tube. Look up “Makeda is Fabulous” maybe during BCM you can recommend more women to watch. Lata and Love you!

  • Great run down of diets but I but I would like to see it updated with a comparison to intermittent fasting. Theres a good reason you have to stay on your diet for a ¨long long long time¨: caloric deficits cause your metabolism to slow down to meet your reduced energy consumption. This is why people usually regain their lost weight when they come out of their caloric deficit. What theyre actually doing when the diet ends and they go back to eating a normal amount of calorieseven if all them are from unarguably healthy sourcesis going into caloric surplus, hence the weight gain.

    The answer to this conundrum is intermittent fasting. By meeting your bodys energy needs with your own fat you avoid a reduced metabolism and you keep the weight off.

  • You’re so welcome! Thank you for watching it. The stomach area is almost 90% what you are eating. You’ll have to cut the bulk of your carbs out and stay away from fried foods. The dance classes would be beneficial for you as well to help sculpt your mid section. I would just take 2 or 3 classes a week instead of the 5-7 that I take. 😉

  • ha you are a great person I have been following you for about a month you are a very respectable women of GOD it was like you were talking to me things happen for a reason and I feel like this was one of those times… thanks for putting the fire under my bottom love ya from Louisiana….

  • New health information keeps getting updated and Healthcare Triage brings it to you with relevant data. You have to forget about so much that you learned throughout life and rethink it. This is healthcare broken down with science.

  • so, it seems like the evidence of diets is: you can lose and keep off about 10-15 pounds. if you want/need to lose more than that, there’s no evidence that any diet works for you.

  • I really feel like the ‘best’ diet is one where you restrict caloric intake and achieve a balanced and varied diet. I don’t think it’s ever healthy (certainly in the long-term) to cut out one food group or drastically reduce intake of it (unless you were eating way too much of it to begin with, obviously). Also, exercise.

  • My coworkers laughed when I told them I would lose weight with Exyph Fat Loss, but then they saw the results. Google Exyph Fat Loss to see their reaction. (It was epic!)

  • Having seen this video I just have to share this because I spent many
    years jumping from diet to diet without experiencing any real results
    until I saw Dianas magic plan (just google it). Without doubt its the
    best weight loss that I have ever achieved and I have kept it off to
    this day.

  • OH WOW!! That’s WONDERFUL! So happy for you and not to mention super PROUD! Way to go! Thanks so much for sharing your journey with us.

  • Thank you for sharing! This was very inspirational for me. I want to loss 15 pounds and I have the Zumba and Hip Hop Abs videos to do at home. My problem is getting started because the weight is in onl in stomach area. Other than that I am happy with how I look. Do you have any suggestions on what I need to do???

  • do you know how many time a week i’m supposed to workout (cardio); i want to lost 30lb? Thank you for you vid, you look amazing!!!!!!!

  • Good video! Diets ARE individualistic! I have lost 40lbs (18kg ) and maintained that loss for over four years. No grains, no potatoes, no fruits and no sugars. By the way the REAL low carb high fat diet (LCHF) is less than 10% carbohydrates, 65+% fats and less than 25% protein.

    Eat bacon lose weight!

  • Great video Toni!! You are absolutely correct. It is a mental challenge.. and that is my personal struggle to get it together and commit to myself!! I know what I need to do and why am I not doing it?? I have lost 65 pounds through Nutrisystem and gain back 30 of it over the past 6 years..got lazy and lost that commitment to keeping myself healthy. Now I am ready to get through this mental struggle and laziness. I love juicing! even my son and hubby too! I just to cut back portion and get movin