My goal is to lose 50 pounds.Please help??

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Hi! Im new here! Im 19, 5’3″ and I weigh 190… I have never been skinny. I have been adding on the pounds as I get older. It hurts not knowing what it feels like to be at a comfortable weight. I used to be at a healthy weight but I still told myself that I hated my body and that I wanted to lose weight. Eventually I became overweight and now I’m determined obese. I have cut off my stress eating and I have been eating less. Im starting to feel more motivated with my weight loss journey but I feel like the motivation is going to fade. It always does for me. My goal is to lose 50 pounds. Hopefully I’ll be there by the end of this year. Im just SO sick and tired of not being able to love my body and not wearing something because it doesnt look right with my stomach. Wish me luck

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I am 5 feet tall and weigh 201.2. Its all about eating healthy, exercise and drink plenty of water

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Drink lots of water every day for breakfast have two hard-boiled eggs with a little alternative salt and fat free cottage cheese with the fat we thins think a lot of water all day and only healthy proteins natural foods as close to the most natural state as possible and do 130 jumping jacks a day

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I’m 19, 5’2, & my start weight was 198. I’m now weighing at 187. I’m still not done. But just drink a lot of water, have proteins & veggies. & stay motivated & have patience! You got this

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You can do this chicky workout with variety every 2nd day walk or swim on alternative days eat lean protein and fiber rich foods and low GI foods start an accountability wall and reach out when u need to feel free to add me and happy to support you all the way I also will pm you some printables for you to get you started

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You have a great mindset, but don’t tell yourself you’re going to fail! Willpower is BS; what truly matters is putting yourself in the right enviornment to succeed!

Keep the tempting foods out of the house completely. Put the time in to healthy meals and a fitness routine. Making lifestyle changes IS hard, and it IS work, but if this is something you truly want, you’ll get there!

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