Weight Loss for a 20 year old medical student

Answered on May 06, 2014
Created April 18, 2014 at 10:10 AM

Im a 20 years old medical student and had multitask routine on studies, organizations and even sports. I have a big hip and thighs, not to flat stomach and big arms. However, I cannot manage the time to experience any weight loss. If a meal was skipped, I'll indulge myself to a great portion of carbs filled with rice, and proteins(and veggies). I do sport every week for a minimum of 4 times. But my body would just maintain, it'll never slim down,but it'll always adds more fat. I've tried many different ways to have a low carb diet, sugar-free diet even sports but It stays the same. Do help me with a great eating scheduele and exercise routine.



on May 06, 2014
at 01:18 PM

Dental student to be exact.. and its my 2nd year, whats so weird bout it?~~~~~



on April 20, 2014
at 11:34 AM

How do you become a med student at 20? Lol..

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on May 06, 2014
at 05:27 PM

You can find many studies showing calcium accelerating weight loss.

Low thyroid function is a common cause of weight problem.

Low carbohydrate diet lowers thyroid hormone.

I remember reading a study that found one needs at least

125 grams of carbohydrate daily to maintain thyroid hormone level.

Fluoridated water lowers thyroid function too.


on April 25, 2014
at 12:18 PM

First of all start Green Tea in the morning and evening. Stop skipping meals and breakfast. Stop eating junk food if you are into it.

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