question for a fitness trainer or someone that knows a lot about diet & fitness?

Okay, I do have the ambition and will power to lose weight. As a matter of fact i’m willing to try any good plan. . . the problem is that I have no idea how to eat It’s soooo difficult especially since everyone on here says something different. In one question i’ll see “eat a lean cuisine as a meal, they’re great to lose weight and low calorie”. And then i’ll look at another and it’ll say “Lean Cuisines meals are soooo bad for you!” The total opposite. It seems like nobody esle really knows how to lose weight either. . . which is why I just want to ask a fitness trainer or someone else who honestly thinks they could help. I also don’t know how frequently to eat (like every 2 hours, i don’t know?) If someone could just kinda sketch out a meal schedule I WOULD be willing to follow it and i’d be very appreciative. thanks a lot. a few of the many things i have to get an idea. . . egg whitesbig variety of fruits & veggieswhole wheatveggie burgerweight watchers cerealstring cheese

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    3 Responses to “question for a fitness trainer or someone that knows a lot about diet & fitness?”

    1. I’ve been working as a personal trainer for nearly 20 years — I have quite a few certifications — and I’m a cancer survivor, in my late 30s. I can tell you that the best way to do what you want to do is — work with a nutritionist, who can put you on a healthy diet plan appropriate for you and you alone. I hate to break it to you, friend, but you will get A LOT of conflicting advice here — and mostly from people who are NOT experts and only have the most superficial understanding of what it means to be healthy. And, more importantly, they DON’T know you or your medical history — and they don’t know your BMR, your age, your activity level — all important items when figuring out a diet plan. My advice — speak to a licensed dietician/nutritionist who will sit with you, figure out where you are and where you’ve been, and provide you a useful and manageable diet.

    2. Weight Watchers saved my life. Then I went to the gym and hired a personal trainer for a few goes at it and they taught me what I needed to know and I’ve been working out on my own ever since and things only get better from here…

    3. I give you a good rule of thumb to live by. If man made it, don’t eat it.

      Stay with foods that are as close to their natural state as you can find. You can’t go wrong there.

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