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I am 12 years old and have very big thighs and thick legs, I try to practice running and do some sports, but I get tired quickly and go home and eat sweets, I just have no moderation. I would like to lose weight from 53 kg to 42 kg so that my friends would not say that I am fat in my legs and thighs. Is there any way to do this?
Take it easy, the most important thing is how you feel in your own body. What those around them say is not always true. However, consider if you can improve your nutrition. For example, for well-being, he alth, and a better figure at the same time. Do not give up so quickly, any activity is good and has a positive effect on our body, with time, when your condition improves, you will be able to do sports for longer, you will not tire so quickly.
Give your body some time to adjust to the changes. Try not to eat sweets, whether after exercise or at all. They have no nutritional value, only high energy value, and will quickly reduce your efforts and dedication to exercise. Replace sweets after training with fruit, for example, if you feel hungry. Also, avoid sweetened drinks and fast food. Set aside four or five meals a day and make sure they are eaten at three or four hours intervals, and avoid snacking between meals. At first, you may find it difficult to switch and give up unhe althy eating habits, but try to implement my advice gradually.
Remember that our expert's answer is informative and will not replace a visit to the doctor.Agnieszka Ślusarska
Owner of the 4LINE Dietary Clinic, chief dietitian at the Plastic Surgery Clinic of Dr. A. Sankowski, tel .: 502 501 596, www.4line.pl
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