If you want to lose weight, without doing much or no exercise, You might want to watch what you eat. A lot of people have this wrong notion that exercises do the major work in weight loss. Watch what you eat.
I'm gonna have to agree. I don't see the problem, unless your weight tracker is just taking you to a way-point, but if it's your final goal weight, you only have twelve pounds to go and the last few pounds are always the slowest to come off. One pound a month and you're there in a year doing just what you're doing now. Find time for a vigorous fifteen minute walk in addition and you'll be there in less. Are we missing something?
Dave A.- South Central PA, USA
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I don't see what the problem is, as you ARE losing. Seems like you are doing things right!
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12/23/17 5:34 P
I am a single, working parent and I barely have time to take care of everything and pan and prep healthy meals. I have no help, no family (parents both deceased). I don't have time or energy to exercise. I lost weight before just through diet and walking every day (weight watchers). Unfortunately, I gained it back and I'm trying to get back down so I can wear my clothes. The problem for me is that my daily calorie expenditure is so low and I'm barely losing, like 2 pounds a month, this month only 1 pound. I can't eat less than I already do and I can't exercise like I did when I was younger. I don't know what to do and I don't want to give in to my hunger and into being frumpy.
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