What is the best diet plan for a 22 yr old woman?

March 20, 2017 by  
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Question by vroom086: What is the best diet plan for a 22 yr old woman?
Hello all. I currently weigh 176 lbs and would like to loose 30 lbs. I REALLY dislike salad but I love all kinds of cooked vegetables. What is the best diet plan for me?

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Answer by Kevin C
Do Weight Watchers on line, it is affordable and it works great. And Vegetables are 0 points….

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5 Responses to “What is the best diet plan for a 22 yr old woman?”
  1. Alina says:

    Here is a great diet plan. I like it because it only restricts the kind of foods you eat and not the amount. I tried it and it worked pretty well for me.
    The link is in the source below.

  2. Ally P says:

    Hi! Diet is not all about salads, I hate them too, believe me.

    Diets have come and gone and a new one will be invented tomorrow promising you everything and delivering very little. That is because they are considered something you go on and then go off. In other words, they are temporary. That is not to say they are useless just that they will never give you continued success unless you change some things permanently.

    What is a Diet Good for?

    Diets have their place in your weight loss goals. First of all, they can be beneficial to jump starting your metabolism. Kind of a fire starter if you will. A jump-start will give you more energy and the initial weight loss can boost your self-confidence.

    However, you will need to be ready to make some whole life changes if you want the results to be permanent. What are some changes you will need to make? Well a lot of that depends on you.

    Lifestyle Changes- Fast Food

    Are you a fast food junkie who eats out at least a couple of times per week? If so, you will find that you have plenty of company. Many people are so busy that the drive through is a perfect solution for dinner, lunch and even breakfast. The problem is many have no idea that one meal from a fast food restaurant can contain nearly a whole day’s caloric intake.

    One popular fast food joint has a burger that is 750 calories! The burger alone is a third of your recommended daily allowance; add the fries and a drink and you are done for the day.

    Does this mean you can never have fast food again? Not necessarily, but it will mean that you have to be aware of what you are eating. Most fast food places have a website that contains all the nutritional information for the foods they serve. Check them out then make you a list of “safe” fast foods.

    Exercise Changes

    If you never move your body more than from the house to the car to work and back you will have a hard time losing weight and keeping it off. The human body functions best when there are periods of exercise. It increases mood stabilizers in the blood stream and best of all burns calories.

    While you are on your diet, take the time to incorporate exercise into your life. You will feel better and increase your weight loss rates exponentially. Start with a walk, park further away from the store or your office. Then as you progress, find time to walk more or jog. Whatever you can comfortably fit in your schedule will be a great place to start.

    Healthy Eating

    This is absolutely the most important part of all. While you are on your chosen diet, you will want to become familiar with healthier food choices. Find ways to make your favorite foods better for you. Can you substitute ground turkey for ground beef in some recipes? Learn new recipes that include fresh fruits and vegetables.

    You see your body needs several things to function at a healthy level. Proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals just to name a few. You also need certain fats to cushion joints and protect your vital organs. Create a lifestyle eating plan that brings all of these elements into play and you will feel amazing and best of all you will be able to lose weight and keep it off.

    Check my source, it might help. Good luck!

  3. Stewart V says:

    A diet is really what you want it to be so long as you have a calorie deficit. I myself follow the paliolithic diet where I get as much meat as you can point a stick at and around 90g of carbs per day.

    No dairy (except eggs) and no sugar or sweetener.

    A great resource no matter what diet you follow is a free newsletter that I’ve been a member of for a few years now, its called X-Treme Fitness and it basically gives you regular tips and tricks to save money, diet choices and loads more.

    The reason I mention it is that it gives away a free diet tracker which will be very useful to you, and it calculated your BMI automatically.

    You can sign up here for free: http://www.tipsbymail.co.uk/x-treme/

    On a side note, if you follow the palio diet you can still have cream and ricotta chese.

    I’ve been on it almost 3 weeks now and have lost over 4kg with a calorie deficit of just 600 calories per day.

    Take care and good luck with whatever you choose.

    Stewart 🙂

  4. miss-know-it-all says:

    Here is the link to a free diet plan with 14 days of menus and recipes. Following this healthy and balanced diet, you will steadily lose weight. http://www.topteendiet.com/free-diet-menus.html The rate depends on your activity level. On this website, there is also a calorie calculator that shows you how many calories you have to burn to reach your goal weight and how long it will take. http://www.topteendiet.com/calorie-calculators.html
    The diet is not just for teens, it is healthy for anyone.

  5. daviy says:

    ASK THEMM ON THE WEBSITE BY MAKING A POST AND THE TRAINER WILL GIVE YOU YOUR OWN PLAN TO FOLLOW

    the best thing you can do is what everyone knows eat healthy and excercise 3-7 times a week atleast half an hour

    but if you want real help there is of coarse the site that helped me

    http://Toningit.com/

    again their nutritionists and persenol trainers give you an answer instantley to everything

    and its free (hopefully it still is)

    there diets work i lost 35 pound i 1 month and 2 weeks

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