Everyone is different and it depends on your calories burning for your body.
Okay. Cut out eating in between meals. Only eat healthy food and cut down on Carb’s like bread, potatoes, pasta’s, rice, cereals, lollies, fruits etc.
These are the fat making foods.
Learn exactly what your food groups are so you then know what puts the weight on and off.
Don’t add salt to your meals.
Cut out sweet soft drinks.
Then walk an hour every morning approximately two hours after a meal and the same in the afternoon.
If you can jog in between both sessions you’ll burn even more calories.
But just do what your body lets you do.
Walking is just as good combined with diet control.
You should lose and continue to lose more weight as you go.
Watch the scale readings every day as you should be coming down in weight to your required natural weight for your height etc.
If you can cut out your lunch meal and replace it with a protein drink instead that would also help.
Available in supermarkets like the product called "Slim Right".
As long as you can stay off junk food and eating in between meals.
If you have to eat something in between have something like small raw carrots or celery sticks.
Herbal teas, low fat milk and water are your best choice of drinks.
Choose a cereal low in sugar for breakfast.
Remember all cereals are carbohydrates!
Lunch can best be a protein drink. Like "Slim Right".
And have all normal meals at a normal serve.
Cut down on potatoes and only have small portions of these.
Walking as much as you can.
Add some jogging if you can.
For those that want to build more muscle add some gym work to the above as well.
All our bodies require a specific quantity of a protein level.
The protein is taken from the food we eat.
If we eat higher concentrations of protein from specific foods like say meat then that level is reached quickly.
If we don’t eat enough protein then our body searches for other sources of protein contained within the Carbohydrates.
Carbohydrates only contain a small amount of protein so we end up consuming too much of it just to get out limit of protein.
At the same time absorbing too much sugar from the carbohydrates and in turn too much weight.
This is how and why we put on weight.
Many people over eat because they don’t consume enough protein from the right sources.
Then they over compensate by binge eating carbohydrate type foods.
Always check with your doctor before going on any weight reduction or change of diet program.