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im 13 yrs old 5 3 and 170 pounds my dr said i need to lose about 60 65 pnds. i dont really have anytime to exercise or anything i eat good but im still big. when i look in the mirror im not happy what can i do to lose this weight???

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Secret revealed.  Physicians get almost no dietary training at all.  They leave it to the nutritionists and Registered Nurses (Who have had nearly four years of Dietary and Nutrition.)  Its your diet and exercize that really count.  But your body is changing and your glands are, too.  Those glands can have a big effect on your weight.  Most physicians, especially pediatricians, will, once a young girl is changing into a young woman, have blood work done to determine her chemical and glandular health.  If your physician has not done so, please ask her to have it done.  You'll have to fast for about eight hours.  Sometimes, a physician will order a metabolic workup (doesn't hurt).  If you are OK, you next visit will most likely be the nutritionist.  No fad or 'quickie' diets work.  Many of them are flat out unhealthy or even dangerous.  If you have motivational problems there are support groups run by nutritionists and Registered Nurses.  In many cases I think your best bet is to see a Nurse Practitioner who will be more attentive to your needs and, if you are in a state that allows N.P.s to have private practices, you can take advantage of that path.  Please, don't pay attention to any TV or radio or magazine ads or anything advertising an amazing weight loss plan.  Get a diet you and your parents agree on with your practitioner and involve the whole family.  Its reasonable to expect a weight loss of 60lbs. in a year.  but not in a month or two.  You need professional contact.
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mrs.countrygirl64 wrote:


You said you "eat good"... what exactly does that mean? Have you calculated how many calories are in the foods you eat now and how many calories per day you eat?  I don't suggest you go on a diet and count calories but you may need to get a starting point.  There is a website that calculates how many calories you should be eating to get to the weight you want.  It is at: ok I can't find it but here's way to calculate it:


Take your body weight, divide it by 2.2   (which will equal your weight in kilograms)….  Then multiply by 30.  This will give you the results of how many calories you are consuming to maintain that amount of weight.


Here’s the formula…                      weight   X   30    =   Calories


                                                       2.2


 


 


 


Good Luck!


:-)


 

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There are many ways to lose weight but as your problem you dont have adequate time to de exercise you must refrained to eat fast food mostly then you can loose weight easily.
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