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any advice on tonning up and eating healthy

charley-marie is off-line
31 July 2010 11:25
charlotte90
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i  been trying to eat more healthy and tone up. e.g eating more fruit and veg. cut out the junk food. and excersise everyday. but  because im not eating no junk food im getting really hungry in the day and start too feel a bit sick. does anyone have any tips i could do to not feel soo hungry ?


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31 July 2010 11:31
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drink lots of water!!  Stops hunger,  and completely cut out refined sugar.......don't need it to live!  Without it your enery levels will soar anyway. Happy exercising!


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31 July 2010 11:33
charlotte90
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thanks im going to try that.


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31 July 2010 11:42
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Have you tried any of the dried fruits as a little pick me up such as dried apricots etc. or the good old classic banana?


31 July 2010 11:44
Serena
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I find being very busy detracts from thinking about food! The gym is what has worked for me for toning up. I find with exercise I can eat TONS of stuff (avoiding Mars Bars etc) without gaining an ounce. If at home eat lots of chunky vegetable soups.
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31 July 2010 11:45
FelicityFatale
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Stay away from the dried fruits, they're actually really full of calories and sugar compared to the amount they fill you up.

Protein based foods will actually make you feel "full" for longer. Make sure that every main meal you eat contains protein of some sort - chicken, fish, tofu, whatever. That should keep you full until the next meal. If you're desperate to snack, try snacking on vegetables or something rather than fruit. Other things like yoghurt can be good gap-fillers too. Cottage cheese is another that I tend to grab to fill me up on the go.

Protein is the key to making you feel fuller to longer.  It will take you a few weeks, maybe even months to completely get used to the new routine and get used to eating less junk.  Stick with it though.

As for the rest, it's very simple really. Eat less and move more.
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31 July 2010 11:59
charlotte90
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PG_Photographic- ive tried eating apples and bannas but im just really hungry. ive cut out eating chocolate and a lot of crisp and tried sticking to 3meal a day but i just get really hungryy


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31 July 2010 12:00
charlotte90
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thanks serana im gonna try buying vegetable soup.. could you advise any good gyms in london


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31 July 2010 12:02
charlotte90
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FelicityFatale- thanks for the advice. will try and see how eating more protein goes


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31 July 2010 12:04
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Quote from charlotte90
thanks serana im gonna try buying vegetable soup.. could you advise any good gyms in london



Dont buy it, make it yourself is far better if you can and youll get more for your money.
There are loads of cheap and easy recipes online.
I find LOTS of steamed veg as part of my main meal helps fill me up if I am feeling hungry

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