How to Lose Weight Quickly and Safely (for Teen Girls)
1 Start with your diet.
If you want quick results, you’ll probably need to change your eating habits to reflect a healthier diet. However, this does not mean that you should starve yourself. Starving yourself causes your metabolism—the process by which your body burns fat—to slow down dramatically so that it can store up energy. You won’t lose weight, and you might even gain it.
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It is important to remember that your body is changing as a result of hormone fluctuations. It is natural to experience some weight fluctuation as well. It is best to follow a consistent, healthy diet every day to ensure that your body can ride the hormonal wave.
Do not develop an eating disorder. Anorexia and bulimia are serious conditions that need treatment. If you think you might have an eating disorder, tell someone you trust and seek help immediately. No amount of weight loss is worth jeopardizing your health.
2 Understand the food pyramid.
Knowing how many servings of different types of food you should eat in a day is essential for healthy weight loss. Try to eat and drink the following:
A glass of water at meals. This is a healthier choice than sugary soft drinks and artificial juice. Try adding a few slices of lemon to your water. It will get rid of the toxins in your body. Drink as much water as you can, as often as you can.
Minimum 3 servings of fruit daily.
Minimum 4 servings of vegetables daily
3 – 7 servings of protein: (meat, fish, etc.) and dairy (milk, cheese, yogurt, etc.) daily
3 – 5 servings of healthy fats: (nuts, peanut butter, avocado, etc.) daily
Eat simple carbohydrates (refined and processed products including muffins, cakes, cereals, white bread, white pasta) sparingly. Eating carbohydrates from artificial sugars and refined carbs will leave you bloated. Choose complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, sweet potatoes, yams, whole rice, quinoa, and couscous instead.
3 Make menus for yourself.
Know what foods you need not to eat and make healthy menus for yourself. Here are some suggestions on what you should eat.
Breakfast Ideas: Toast with your favorite spread. Bananas are high in potassium. Try cereal with skimmed milk and fruit.
Lunch Ideas: It’s best to bring your lunch from home. School food can be unhealthy, and you probably don’t have much choice over what there is to eat. Try a sandwich on wholegrain/whole wheat/multi-grain bread with lean chicken, ham, or a butter-fried egg (using butter to fry egg instead of oil). Don’t use white bread – it’s made from bleached flour, and it contains very few nutrients. Add a salad with veggies (tomato, cucumber, lettuce, etc); a glass of milk; and veggie snacks like carrot sticks and celery.
Snack Ideas: veggies and fruit; natural yogurt and berries; a handful of nuts; veggies (like carrots, beans, snow peas) and low-fat dip. Do not buy yogurt-coated or chocolate-coated raisins or nuts. Most of these are full of added sugar.
Dinner Ideas: One idea is: 1/2 veggies, 1/4 protein, 1/4 carbohydrates. If your parents make fatty foods for dinner, only have a little, then make yourself a salad on the side. If you’re cooking for yourself: make brown rice (eating more lean meat than part carbohydrates helps); scrambled eggs; make yourself a sandwich; or eat some fish (it’s high in omega-3, which is good for your brain).
4 Follow the basic rules of healthy eating.
Eat three meals a day and two snacks in between. For each meal, make the veggies the largest portion, then the protein, then the carbohydrates. Feel free to include dairy with any meal.
Breakfast: Carbohydrates, fruit, protein
Lunch: Veggies, protein
Dinner: Protein, veggies, carbohydrates
Snacks: Fruit, veggies, protein