Man riding bike doens't burn more then he eats, doesn't lose weight. News at 11.
I'm responding to people insisting all you need to do is add a little exercise. I added a fair bit of exercise (the cycling wasn't the only thing) and went basically nowhere.
I should probably add that my weight had been stable for quite some time (years) beforehand. Ie: I wasn't gaining any weight.
Don't eat process sugar, don't eat more the 25g of fat per day. Write down everything you eat.
You will loose weight.
Possibly, but at a significant cost to lifestyle and personal comfort.
I've tried carefully controlling food intake at every point before. Firstly, it's a massive pain in the arse. Secondly, it left me feeling very hungry almost all the time, which was quite uncomfortable.
feat/famine isn't good for you,. t also doesn't work long term.
We'll see. The evidence seems to suggest it will, plus it seems to carry other health benefits as well.
I'm confident my "normal" exercise and eating regime will allow me to sustain any somewhat healthy weight I reach. That has certainly been my experience over the last five-odd years. It's the losing it to get to that point that's been the problem.