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Basic common sense dictates weight loss. So eating a low calorie (about 1200 to 1800 calories per day, depending on age/sex/level of activity) diet of fresh, healthy foods (nothing processed) with lean protein, as well as exercise, will see the body lose weight and gain strength.
This also depends on why you want to lose the weight. Did you just have a baby? Are you more than 100 pounds over-weight? Do you have diabetes or a heart condition? All these factors will come together to require a specific plan for you. A nutritionist can help.March 5, 2019 - 1:44pm