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Eating healthy but maintain current weight?

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Hey everyone! I am new to this but in need of a lifestyle change and do not have many other options. Currently, as a college student, my diet consists of pretty much of fruit and junk food. I am 5'8 at about 140 pounds, so I am pretty slender. I do not want to necessarily lose weight, however I do want to lose fat around my belly and love handles. What kind of diet should I follow that would help me target this, but also not lose TOO much weight? Thanks everyone!

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Great question. Focus on eating more vegetables and a little less of the bad stuff. I would also do some strength training - speak to a personal trainer about doing things like deadlifts, squats, bench press, shoulder press and rows. Throw in a little cardio (running machine).

You'll reduce the fat around the middle, making your body tighter with subtle muscle like all those fitness models you see on Insta.

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Yes, that's a good point. When losing weeight we should all aim to get a couple of kilos of fat off. While following a regular routines exercise there are things you may want to also pay importanct to. 

- Drink lots of water

- avoid juices and drinks with sugar

- reduce alcohol

- eat controlled portions of food

- avoid eating late at night (just before you go to sleep for example)

- be more active if you can other than the gym, may walk during meetings at the office?

- focus on lean meat, fish , chicken and foods rich in protein

This healthy fitness tips  list is great to get you started but you may also want to check out programmes provided by personal trainers or certified dieticians. I hope this helps :)

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Sports, proper nutrition should be an integral part of your life.  At first glance it seems that it is very difficult to constantly look after yourself, your body, in fact, everything is quite simple.  Moreover, if you lead a similar sports lifestyle, you will not only save your weight, but also become healthier, stronger, look better.  In addition, I accept https://nootropicboost.com - these drugs give me energy.

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