Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple, straightforward solution. You’ve got to balance the food you eat with the way you exercise. You might have to go cold turkey for a while, but eventually you’ll be able to see a significant weight loss. There are also several studies showing that doing regular workouts is important and may even help you to lose some of the weight you’ve gained.
The problem is, some people have very unrealistic, over-fussy eating plans. There are even those who do not eat breakfast at all during the day. To make matters more complicated, you don’t even know if your eating style plays a role in your weight loss efforts. I recommend going with a low-restriction diet that doesn’t interfere with sleep, exercise, or other daily schedules. The following diet is recommended by a professional trainer for those who want to lose weight faster. (I found these exact same diets by the same trainer in various books and online sites.)
1) Choose the Right Meal Plan
First and foremost, it’s important that you choose a plan that allows you to eat all your meals in a reasonable amount of time. In order to reduce your number of errors, start small. Make a point of eating your food on a regular schedule each day. The following meals are all very high in fats and carbs and should be made on a regular schedule.
1) Small portions of whole grains and legumes. A low-fat portion of fruits and vegetables.
2) Small portions of fish and poultry.
3) Low amounts of red meat (beef, pork, chicken).
4) Lots of vegetables (beets, tomatoes, zucchini, green and yellow squash).
5) Low portions of dairy (soy milk, cheese, yogurt).
6) Whole grains (whole, brown, and whole wheat).
7) Moderate portions of nuts and seeds.
8) Large salads that don’t contain a lot of meat.
9) A variety of vegetables.
10) Low amounts of salt (avoid high sodium).
11) Plenty of water (don’t drink a lot of soda).
12) Some fruits.
13) Cabbage, cauliflower, peppers, and other leafy greens.
14) Beans (green beans, navy beans, kidney beans, chickpeas, lentils).
15) Whole grain breads (whole wheat and white