Q&A: anyone know of any all natural, healthy remedies to lose weight?

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Question by ttc: anyone know of any all natural, healthy remedies to lose weight?
Please don’t say diet and exercise- that’s a given.
I heard to drink Epsom salt and water but that seems unhealthy.
I said don’t say diet and exercise because I already know that. I’m looking for things that I don’t know.

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15 Responses to “Q&A: anyone know of any all natural, healthy remedies to lose weight?”

  1. sweettoni37 writes:


  2. Amy J writes:

    Green tea. I wouldn’t actually suggest that epsom salt thing. Sounds dangerous.

  3. hippiechic35 writes:

    if u drink that, u will be in the bathroom all day, with the runs, they say garlic is a natural diet supplement, just cook with it and see if it works for you…… Good Luck 🙂

  4. Vicky writes:

    Drink plenty of water with lemon juice in it. or you could drink it the same way but make sure the water is warm….

    Also use the sauna belt that works really good….

  5. coloklute writes:

    Diet and Exercise.

  6. one fine day writes:

    diet and exercise are the only natural proven remidies for obesity. if you want to damage your body go ahead and starve yourself, or work out till your muscles tear. but if you just cut out one snack a day you can lose a pound a week. if you cut one can of pop a day you’ll lose 15 pounds a year. if you drink epsom salt and water you’re gonna get diareah… have fun with that.

    keep in mind that if you want to burn fat you have to work out for more than 20 minutes. for the first 20 minutes you’re working your cardiovascular system…after 20 minutes (especially if you’re sweating) you’re burning fat. dont’ overdo it at the beginning, and get your doctor’s ok to begin an exercise program.

    you asked for healthy and natural, but you seem to be looking for EASY. there is no easy way to lose weight, unless you’re willing to risk stroke, blood clots, staff infections and all the other risks associated with gastric bipass surgery.

    Good luck

  7. Diana R writes:

    Epsom salt is a a mild laxative when you drink it. NOT a healthy way to lose weight. There are no magic pills to take to lose weight. Unfortunately, diet and exercise are the only ways that it is going to happen.

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  10. Kari B writes:

    Besides diet and exercise, what else are you looking for? Come on, do you really want to drink Epsom salt??? Find an exercise buddy and get moving. By the way, don’t stop off for ice cream while you are walking. The only way to lose weight is to focus on the problem and find a solution. Are you changing the way you eat for life or for this week? Are you walking farther that to your car door? Be realistic about it!

  11. mlemt76 writes:

    Do a cleansing fast. It involves enemas and not eating for three days but I dropped 15 lbs in 2 weeks. And I’ve kept the weight off. It is totally natural and way healthy. I got the information from an NMD (naturopathic medical doctor). The enemas are a little gross at first but that is really the key to getting all the junk out of your body.
    Weight Watchers is a good program for long term weight management.

  12. koffee writes:

    Why do you say “don’t say diet & exercise” ? Is that too much for you? Sadly, it’s the right answer. Quacks are quick to give you instant results, but don’t fall for it. The only healthy way to lose weight is to reduce your calorie intake while increasing you metabolic rate, through exercise. It’s not easy, but it’s the only right way.

  13. Fat G writes:

    Easy & Healthy Tips for Dining Out

    Diners have become more health-conscious the last few years, and now want healthy choices whether eating at home or at their favorite restaurants. Luckily, the restaurant industry has been quick to accommodate the demand, so you’ll find you have many options to “eat healthy” these days.

    Whether you’re eating at home or dining out, the same rules for watching your weight apply. You need to eat more vegetables, fruit and whole grains. Choose smaller portions of lean meats, fish and poultry. Eat a variety of foods, and fresh, raw foods are better. Cut back on salt, sugar, saturated fats and alcohol. Drink plenty of water, and include exercise every day as part of your daily lifestyle choice.

    So whether you’re having lunch with the gang, or enjoying a romantic dinner for two, you can enjoy delicious-tasting foods that are low-in calories and good for you, with just a little forethought and planning.

    Here are some easy tips to remember when ordering out that will help you to lose weight even when eating at your favorite restaurants:

    * If you know the menu from the restaurant you’re going to, plan what you’re going to have ahead of time. This will help save you from making a last minute decision that could result in high-calorie choices.

    * Drink at least one full-glass of water or iced tea before eating your meal. This helps your digestive process, and, because you’ll feel full sooner, you will eat less.

    * Don’t be afraid to ask for the “senior citizen” special or kid’s-sized portions. Most restaurants will accommodate you — and often you’ll pay less as well!

    * Order first. That way you’re much less likely to be influenced by the choices of your companions.

    * If you’re not sure how something is prepared, don’t be afraid to ask. And if the dish is cooked in oil or butter, you can always ask if they have a “fat free” option.

    * If everything on the menu is high in fat or calories, ask if the chef could prepare a plate of fresh fruit and vegetables. Many restaurants offer a vegetarian selection, so if you don’t see it on the menu, ask.

    * When ordering meat or fish, ask that it be grilled or broiled, and prepared without oil or butter. (When you eat it, use lemon or herbs and spices to give it flavor rather than heavy sauces).

    * Order an appetizer and a salad as your meal. Or a soup and salad. For dessert, choose fresh fruit.

    * When choosing soup, remember that cream-based soups have many more calories than broth-based ones.

    * If you’re having a full meal, split the appetizer and desert with your companion.

    * If you decide to order pasta, tomato sauce has fewer calories than cream-based sauces, just like soup.

    * Choose breadsticks over bread, or if you eat bread, don’t add butter. Stay away from muffins and croissants, and choose whole grain over white.

    * Choose steamed vegetables instead of baked potatoes or other starches. Again, use lemon and herbs and spices rather than butter to flavor them with.

    * Whenever possible, eat like the Europeans do, and have your biggest meal at lunchtime. Not only will you save money, but you’ll cut down on calories at the same time!

    * Take the time to enjoy your meal. Savor the flavors and textures of your food, and enjoy the company you’re with. When you eat slowly, you give your body’s internal clock the time it needs to know when you’ve had enough. When you’re full, stop eating. Ask your server to remove your plate so you’re not tempted to keep eating while you wait for your companion to finish.

    * Ask for salsa on your baked potatoes, rather than sour cream and butter. Not only is salsa much lower in calories, but it adds a “spicy” flavor to potatoes.

    * Order salad dressings and sauces “on the side.” This gives you more control of how much to use. Another tip for salad dressing — rather than pouring the salad dressing on your salad, dip your fork into the dressing first, and then into the salad. You’ll get the same amount of flavor, without all the added calories!

    * Choose brown rice over white rice (or french fries), whole grain breads and rolls over white. Not only are they lower in calories, but they are better for you.

    * Stay away from “all you can eat” buffets and salad bars. It’s too easy to lose track of the amount of food you’re eating, even when it’s salads. If that’s your only choice, then stay away from the pasta, marinated salads, cheeses and fruit salads with whipped cream. Stick to soups, raw vegetables and fresh fruits.

    * Have your soup first. It will help to fill you up, and most soups have fewer calories.

    * If you’re craving something sweet, and don’t want fresh fruit, choose sorbet. If you absolutely HAVE to have the chocolate sauce, use the same trick as you did with the salad dressing — dip your fork into it first, then your dessert.

    * Split your dessert with your companion. You’ll still feel like you got to be indulgent, and you’ll only have to exercise half as long to burn off the extra calories!

    * When ordering sandwiches, order them with mustard only, rather than mayonnaise. Not only does mustard have almost no calories, but you won’t miss the mayo!

    * If the portion you were served is large, only eat half of it. Take the other half home. Not only will you get two meals for the price of one, but you’ll cut the calories in half as well!

    * Go for a walk after eating. Stroll along the beach, walk through a park, visit a zoo. You’ll burn calories and get your exercise at the same time!

  14. pretty7 writes:

    This plan really worked for me so here goes,
    If you are serious about losing weight, the calories in the food you eat should be less than the energy you use. You will have to increase your metabolic rate now, and plan your diet carefully.
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    Good luck

  15. Dlicious00 writes:

    You know what’s so crazy?! My mom and I were just talking about the epsom salt thing, because her mom used to give it to her and her siblings when they were children about a week b4 school would start in order to cleanse them. It really works. My mom said that it is the worst tasting thing ever, but it did make them feel good after. Trust my mother. Their all slim and trim till this day. Good luck to you and me both!

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