From callmegoddess, Age 12 - 01/03/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply  
can somebody give me advice on good diet plans please
Reply from Lena, Age 16 - 01/04/04  - IP#:
Change your eating habits, such as smaller portions, more WATER less sugary stuff, and stay outside more. Try to join a local sports team, or get involved with a cause, do some charity or volunteer work, anything to get you away from the couch and TV, and away from food. When you're young, simply becoming more active takes care of all of that, even the eating part, you won't WANT to eat as much. Oh, and I've got to tell you, Goddess, and everyone else that reads this, the things I'm saying may not sound right to you or whatever you're thinking. These things are probably different from what you THINK you know, or from what you've been taught. However, I advise you to take it because I live with a father that knows practically everything about how the body works, he's a CERTIFIED nutritionist. I'm not bragging or anything, I just want to tell you that so that you'll listen to the things I'm saying. I also have a weight problem, I wouldn't be here if I didn't, and my dad helps me out. He never wanted me to be on a diet. I started 5'1" and 181 lbs, now I weigh 156 lbs, and all I did was become more active. It took long for ME to lose it though because my fitness level wasn't zero, so when I started the same exercises I'd been doing I didn't lose as quickly as my sister, who hardly moved from in front of the TV screen. I'd like to explain the WHOLE thing to ALL of you but I can't cuz it would take SO long, and I can't guarantee everyone would understand. But happy trails to you all anyway!