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    stressLady
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    I’m a little overweight.I’m 22 years of age and I weigh 90kgs. It has been three months since I started continuous workouts with the help of my trainer.
    I have a personal lady trainer at my workout club. I had a hobby of binge eating! It was a task, but I have reduced it. I hope I will overcome it with time. I haven’t consulted any Dietitian yet, my trainer helps me to choose a diet. Then I google to find more good diet practices. I honestly started to hate everything, because most of them are dull diets. It has been three months, I almost got bored with the same diets plans. Sometimes I feel completely stressed out of doing some heavy workouts! Occasionally I feel slight pain too. To balance that I went to a relaxation massage therapy clinic in Toronto. It was suggested by one of my gym mates.
    Lol, I feel to undergo relaxation massage instead of workouts.
    But I honestly want to lose weight. Within three months I lost 12 kgs. For me, it is a great achievement. I want to continue my low-fat diet plan, but a little tastier. Ok, I’m not expecting sugar or spice anymore! But I’m done with these raw leaves and green colour!!! So please suggest me some good food to consume while this training period. Please do suggest me something.
    I hope someone will read my post, possibly respond!

    #18256
    jasonbloom
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    A healthy eating plan:

    • Emphasizes vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and fat-free or low-fat dairy products.
    • Includes lean meats, poultry, fish, beans, eggs, and nuts.
    • Limits saturated and trans fats, sodium, and added sugars.
    • Controls portion sizes.

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