Help Me, I Am Eating Healthy But Gaining Weight What Do I Do?

08/12/2015 15:12

I hear this pretty much all the time, " I am Eating Healthy But Gaining Weight". Its obvious to me that you think that eating healthy is the only thing you need to do to lose weight. If you have that kind of mindset then you are not going to accomplish anything here. I need to pound this into everybody's head because it's important. Eating healthy is not the only part of losing weight. There is a little something called exercise and it's not a big secret. In order to lose weight, you must begin a hardcore exercise routine. Sure eating healthy in its self can help you lose weight be it's not going to burn fat for you. You need to do that yourself with very hard work. One thing that really helps me is doing active things that I enjoy! I like to ride my two wheel scooter around town daily! It helps me lose weight pretty fast. 

Exercising is not easy trust me, but if you are eating healthy but gaining weight anyways you need to start doing it. I would recommend doing something hardcore like the p90x workouts or something of that nature. If you do not have time or money to spend on something like that then I would suggest that you begin doing some very intense cardio workouts. Maybe you go for a long one hour jog every day. Maybe you get on the treadmill and burn some fat that way. Either way, you need to find something that can help work your body till it gets forced to lose weight! 

One last thing, so you say that you are eating healthy but gaining weight, It makes me wonder what type of diet you are doing. Because if you are gaining weight on a diet plan you are obviously using a very bad diet plan or you are doing something very wrong. Most people will be able to lose at least a few pounds on a diet plan alone. The foods that you are eating on this diet must be high in carbs or fat content. Make sure that you are eating low amounts of carbs and fats because that could be what is causing you to gain weight. 

After all of this has been said and after two months you are still not losing any weight then you must have a serious genetic problem. I have never heard of anybody that exercises frequently and eats healthy that has not at least lost a little bit of weight. Make sure that you are not lying to yourself and saying that you are eating healthy because I have known people who do that. They will say that they are eating healthy but sneak food at night before they go to sleep. It is a very common problem that people have.

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