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What is a good diet to help me lose a lot of weight, im about 70 lbs above my desired weight.?
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Holly Barth
General Practice
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In brief: Cut calories
Count your calories in the food you eat.
Don't eat junk food, or overly processed foods, or fast food, and be careful what you eat at any restaurant. Also watch what you drink-soda, alcohol, etc. Exercise regularly. To lose weight you must consume less calories than you use in a day. There are several programs/websites that will help you count your calories. Choose a healthy lifestyle.

In brief: Cut calories
Count your calories in the food you eat.
Don't eat junk food, or overly processed foods, or fast food, and be careful what you eat at any restaurant. Also watch what you drink-soda, alcohol, etc. Exercise regularly. To lose weight you must consume less calories than you use in a day. There are several programs/websites that will help you count your calories. Choose a healthy lifestyle.
Holly Barth
Holly Barth
Answer assisted by Holly Barth, Medical Student
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In brief: Weight surgery
Start thinkink about surgery.

In brief: Weight surgery
Start thinkink about surgery.
Dr. Marek Lutrzykowski
Dr. Marek Lutrzykowski
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Dr. Scott Mitchell
Bariatrics
In brief: Lose weight now
In order to lose weight and keep it off, you need to make a commitment to a permanent lifestyle change.
Most importantly you need to commit to a more active lifestyle. No diet is permanent. Eat 75-85% of your daily calorie needs (and count them). www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/ try to lose at a healthy pace of 1-2lbs per week and most importantly keep that exercise level up. Good luck!

In brief: Lose weight now
In order to lose weight and keep it off, you need to make a commitment to a permanent lifestyle change.
Most importantly you need to commit to a more active lifestyle. No diet is permanent. Eat 75-85% of your daily calorie needs (and count them). www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/ try to lose at a healthy pace of 1-2lbs per week and most importantly keep that exercise level up. Good luck!
Dr. Scott Mitchell
Dr. Scott Mitchell
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