I am 18, around 5'4", and weigh about 180 lbs. I do work and go to school so that keeps me busy, so I'm not a couch potatoe. I don't workout though, but am planning to start walking everyday. I have noticed that I've been eating more (I'm not pregnant either), and I would love to stop eating so much and lose 50 lbs, so I can be around 130 lbs like a "normal" woman! I have no health problems, besides being overweight. Should I go to my doctor for adipex? And would I have to quit drinking sodas?
Glad to hear you are wanting to take control. I think the key to what you have said is that you are planning to start walking. What stopping you right now? What time tomorrow? You gotta start watching your food and get moving. Students run all over the place from class to class. Use stairs and think of it as the new and wonderful you you will become.
Pills don't do it. Only a change in your way of eating and exercise do it. That is what makes you well.
As for the sodas -- be gone! Neither diet or regular are good for you. Diet makes you crave sweets and regular is a real weight gainer on its own. There are many places for you to get support for dieting. pick a celebrity? Veggies and fruits and a thoughtful,approach will,help. Hang in there. You have the right ideas. Start now! Let me know how you are doing. I am proud of you looking for a method to help. Once you chage your view the rest will follow.
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