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New lifestyle...no weight loss?

8/17 9:05:56

Question
I have recently changed jobs and now work on a mine site, and have realised I am eating more healthily than ever before.  A regular day would be:
Breakfast:  1 slice of toast with some baked beans or sml scoop of natural museli and 1 sml scoop of all bran
Lunch:  Salad sandwich
Dinner: 1 sml slice of roast meat or steamed fish, vegetables (usually steamed corn, broccoli, cabbage...maybe 1/2 potato sometimes), pudding & custard for dessert (this is a very bad habit)
Snacks:  fruit (3 sml slices watermelon)
I eat only wholewheat bread, use no butter or spreads and do not drink alcoholduring the week.
Compared to my previous diet of fast food 3 times a week, wine during the week, cheese and starbucks coffee this is a complete change for me...however even despite what I deem to be reasonable potion sizes I don't seem to be losing any weight!
I do not get much time to exercise here (and they do not have any yoga up here)...is there anything you can recommend changing in this diet (ok...except the pudding!)
I am 5'8 and 78kg.
Many regards

Answer
Sounds like you're eating just fine. If you want to lose weight, you have to BURN more calories than you eat. I would suggest adding some cardio to your routine - perhaps 20 minutes, 3x a week of jogging or cycling. Add a little strength training too for increased results.

See my web site for information on proper diet, nutrition, exercise, weight-lifting routines, and more.

Richard Rost
http://www.RicksWeightLoss.com

P.S. When you visit my web site, make sure to download my FREE eBook, "Rick's 18 Tips for Healthy Weight Loss."

P.P.S. As a disclaimer, I'm not a doctor or health professional. Please seek the advice of your doctor before implementing any of my recommendations.
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