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10 Ways to Lose Weight Without Dieting

Simple changes to your lifestyle can help you lose weight and keep it off.

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Sure, you can lose weight quickly. There are plenty of fad diets that work to shed pounds rapidly -- while leaving you feeling hungry and deprived. But what good is losing weight only to regain it? To keep pounds off permanently, it's best to lose weight slowly. And many experts say you can do that without going on a "diet." Instead, the key is making simple tweaks to your lifestyle.

One pound of fat -- is equal to 3,500 calories. By shaving 500 calories a day through dietary and exercise modifications, you can lose about a pound a week. If you only need to maintain your current weight, shaving 100 calories a day is enough to avoid the extra 1-2 pounds most adults gain each year.

Adopt one or more of these simple, painless strategies to help lose weight without going on a "diet":

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I know this may seem like a very dumb question but I was just curious. I have been taking phentermine for weight loss for about week and a half and am down 7 pounds. I recently saw some articles on the benefits of garcinia cambogia and I liked what I read. I don't want to mix the two if there are issues, as I'm continuing to take the phentermine, but wondered if I could take both?

I'm not someone who thinks I can lose weight without trying or thinks there is some "magic pill." I have been working out 4 to 6 times a week for the past year, completely changed my diet (went gluten free in October '12 - wheat sensitivity), count calories, only drink water and decaf tea and have yet to see much in results. I have lost some inches but my weight will NOT budge. I was prescribed phentermine when I went to get my thryoid tested (which came back normal) and only in the last week of taking that have I seen any weight come off.

It has now been found to aid in the weight loss process.

If you want to improve results, you may consider changing your existing eating habits .

I have tried everything the right way and just was at my wit's end seeing zero results so I wanted to find something to help me along.

I have struggled with my weight for the past 8 years (since diagnosis of intersitial cystitis) and it just does NOT want to come off for some reason. I would ideally like to lose about 85 pounds but would be happy with 50, if I could just GET there.

I'm lost on what else to do and any answers/advice would be greatly appreciated!

I was on Elmiron myself when first diagnosed but the side effects were worse than my symptoms. So I haven't been on it for probably 7 years. I have controlled my IC through diet and exercise.

I just want to lose these extra pounds!

Sorry if that's not very helpful, but that's what I have found out.

I don't mind you asking at all! I'm happy to share!

I work out on average 4 to 6 times per week. I am at the gym for at least an hour each time. I do weight lifting, zumba, step class and exercise machines for extra cardio (bike/elliptical/treadmill) and sometimes swim. I will also use the sauna for 15-20 minutes once or twice a week to help rid my body of toxins.

Those who have used a colon cleanse have had an immediate change in their mood and become more positive.

I eat very healthy. Mostly fresh veggies, fruits, nuts and grains and small amounts of meat and dairy. I do not eat wheat at all. And I drink LOTS of water. I rarely drink pop or coffee (can't have caffeine), sometimes decaf iced tea (unsweetened) at home. Also I limit my sugar intake. Try not to go over 25 grams of added sugar (not natural sugar from fruits and veggies,those are ok) a day.

Even after all that, I still struggle to lose weight, hence my doctor prescribing phentermine. She said I was doing everything right to lose weight and besides being overweight was very healthy. Perfect blood pressure, no thyroid issues (had that tested), no blood sugar problems (tested that as well because diabetes runs in my family). She said that perhaps my metabolism just needed a boost. Apparently she was right because in the 2 months I took it, I lost about 25 pounds. And this was after struggling for over a YEAR to lose weight doing everything I mentioned above! I have been off phentermine for about 2 weeks now and have plateaued, but at least I have not gained! I plan to go back to the doctor for another month's worth but have to wait til payday as I don't have insurance and it isn't cheap to go in for appointments!

I'm hoping after my next month I will get down to (or at least close to) my first goal weight.

So after a certain point, it turns to other sources for fuel, namely your muscle!

If I can maintain from there I will be content, if I can lose more after even better!

I still have not taken the garcinia cambogia, though it seems it would be safe to take with phentermine. Perhaps when I finish completely with the phentermine I will give it a try, I know my husband was wanting to give it a shot as well.

Anyway, plateaus are tricky as I am there myself. Just keep working out and eating right, do NOT give up. Eventually our bodies will start to lose again. Try changing up your workout routine to push past a plateau. Our bodies get used to what we do so adding in different workouts will shock our bodies into burning more and shaping more. And keep up the cardio!

Hopefully I can get past my plateau as well! Good luck!

10 Ways to Lose Weight Without Dieting

Simple changes to your lifestyle can help you lose weight and keep it off.

WebMD archives content after 2 years to ensure our readers can easily find the most timely content.

">From the WebMD Archives

Sure, you can lose weight quickly. There are plenty of fad diets that work to shed pounds rapidly -- while leaving you feeling hungry and deprived.

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But what good is losing weight only to regain it? To keep pounds off permanently, it's best to lose weight slowly. And many experts say you can do that without going on a "diet." Instead, the key is making simple tweaks to your lifestyle.

One pound of fat -- is equal to 3,500 calories. By shaving 500 calories a day through dietary and exercise modifications, you can lose about a pound a week. If you only need to maintain your current weight, shaving 100 calories a day is enough to avoid the extra 1-2 pounds most adults gain each year.

Adopt one or more of these simple, painless strategies to help lose weight without going on a "diet":