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Russia avvakum 
Listen, i am really fucking fat - since the whole covid thing started i have gained ~30 kg and now look pretty ugly compared to what was before. Currently i am in a struggle of finding a suitable diet. Where can i start or search for pre-created meal plans to follow? 96kilo 190cm
2021-07-30 00:45
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2021-07-30 00:48
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India spiderCAKE
lmaooooo
2021-07-30 00:50
Yep so no taxes
2021-07-30 01:53
Just Eating less not a fix
2021-07-30 01:55
If you have gained that much weight you have to first reduce the amount you eat. You should also start exercising, I suggest cardio because it's one of the best for weight loss
2021-07-30 00:48
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Russia avvakum
cardio meaning cardiovascular? sry, had never been into excercising before
2021-07-30 00:50
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yes, for example running. Start with walking if it's too hard
2021-07-30 00:51
Starve yourself
2021-07-30 00:49
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Russia avvakum
actually doesnt fucking help
2021-07-30 00:50
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wait try eating hot stuff or chili pepper i think it burns fat but dont kill yourself
2021-07-30 02:01
eat oatmeal and fruit for breakfast then fill your ass up with almonds and legumes because they make you feel less hungry for less calories
2021-07-30 00:50
Just eat meat, vegetables, and fruit then good to go
2021-07-30 00:50
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Other jatakk
30 kg in 1,5 year? that's like consuming 1 ton food through your body
2021-07-30 00:54
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those are rookie numbers
2021-07-30 00:54
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Other jatakk
I got a doctor's degree in nutritionist-science from Harvard (so trust me bro)
2021-07-30 00:57
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damn how many pretzels in my stomach right now? if you get it wrong you lose your license
2021-07-30 01:26
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Other jatakk
0 mens)))
2021-07-30 01:43
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damn
2021-07-30 01:48
#13
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Russia avvakum
life sucks maybe i am ill or smth but as mens above motivated me i go excercise tomorrow
2021-07-30 00:55
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Korea LarryB
Cheat meals are important just don't overdo it :D
2021-07-30 00:55
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If you follow a good diet, cheat meals become boring :D
2021-07-30 01:57
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Ireland kdorek
So being a fan of walle stands for whale.
2021-07-30 00:57
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Russia avvakum
im not really a whale not like overlyfuckinginsane obese but a bunch you know pun 6/8
2021-07-30 00:59
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Ireland kdorek
Any tips on what you did to gain weight, your favourite meals? I'm always in the same and would like some +5kg =/
2021-07-30 00:59
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Russia avvakum
eat shit food i was locked home ~2 march - ~26 may 2020 and my breakfast was poached egg on a toast with tomatoes and sausage stuff (all that i had - until this moment i didnt care about nutrition because i was a-ok), then i just sit home whole day on front of pc because, you know, stuff i started this thread because i remember how fat Edward was and with all the same routine of countless hours on pc he still managed to go back to sexy
2021-07-30 01:04
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Ireland kdorek
That sounds like a pretty fine breakfast if you ask me. I'm a lazy fuck and opt to eat cookies with tea most of the time, and spam pasta/rice that is easy to cook, been stuck at 194cm 65-66kg for like 7 years already. I guess you gained weight largely due to metabolic changes, though. My brother went through that and if you find time a day for like walking an hour it helps a lot with time.
2021-07-30 01:11
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North America Phyxda
These are the videos I watched when losing weight: youtube.com/watch?v=8tQgLCrElIc&t=158s&p.. I would eat what you normally eat and start off by cutting off on snacks and soda. Then gradually eat less over time. Most important thing is really consistency, fat is energy storage for when you don’t have much to eat. It takes a while to burn and you have to eat less than you normally eat to maintain/gain that weight.
2021-07-30 01:02
I'm 60kg(170cm btw, I'm not a skeleton but a midget) and maintaining, I don't have a proper diet but I can help I guess: 1-Eat your breakfast light, consume stuff that gives you energy but in small portions (e.g.: oatmeal or a healthy cereal with milk). 2-No white bread. If possible, eat close to no bread. 3-Stop eating at a level that you'd get hungry in 3-5 hours again. You'll be fine with Breakfast and Lunch but post-dinner will be painful. That's the point, you get fatter at night. 4-Drink water, at least 2L a day.
2021-07-30 01:17
I doubt you're as fat as you're making it out to be when you said you're 96kg but 190cm. Maybe you were just too skinny before?
2021-07-30 01:15
Cardio doesn't help as much as people think. Its mostly nutrition, even bodybuilding imo is 70% nutrition, 30% effort in gym. Foods that fill you up without putting on a lot of calories will definitely help. Try your best, its a huge confidence boost once you see progress.
2021-07-30 01:18
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While i agree cardio doesn't help as much as people think in losing weight... But you cannot deny the benefits of cardio in general to your body and mind. I know you are not saying this but OP might think it'll be useless :D Always suggest to do it!
2021-07-30 01:48
go to the gym lol
2021-07-30 01:27
Wtf did u just eat fast food amd fried stuff Even i got fat but 30kgs as in wtf for real?
2021-07-30 01:54
Nutritionist here! 1. Pay attention to the small steps more than the big steps. Don't fool yourself into thinking that just one more scoop of rice or a tbsp of peanut butter won't make the difference. They do! 2. Create a food log/journal/diary. Being aware of what you are eating is very important and it translates into knowledge about nutrition. Keep you accountable for your actions as well and gives you the opportunity to go back and see where you can improve. MyFitnessPal, LoseIt are great apps for that. 3. Exercise! No matter what you prefer, do something you enjoy but do it properly. Some exercise is better than none, so give the first step. 4. Calories matter. Don't think that just, for example, you are cutting carbs, that you do not need to pay attention to the other food groups and do not overeat. 5. As a rule of thumb, avoid buying packaged food (highly processed food). They are rich in calories, will make you sick and you will be hungry within an hour. Veggies will keep you full, are very very low in calories and will give you the vitamins and minerals and fibre that you need. 6. Consistency is key. Have healthy eating habits for most of the time, plan for the times you will eat things that are not part of your diet. 7. Don't let mistakes take the focus away from what you want. People make mistakes, you just need to identify them and go back to doing the right thing asap. Have fun and enjoy the process.
2021-07-30 02:01
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