Losing weight for teen girls
The best way to lose weight is to get the right mix of nutrients and energy your body needs. Here are some tips for losing weight in a healthy way: Follow a food guide. It can be hard to know which foods to choose. Our MyPlate guide can be a big help. It will encourage you to eat whole grains, vegetables, and fruits.
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If you need to lose weight
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How can I lose weight safely? Dear Jane, please tell me how I can lose weight safely? If you are still growing, it can be harmful to restrict your food intake too much. A lot of people find they maintain a healthy shape and weight by: Eating regular and planned meals and snacks — starting with breakfast. Keeping a check on portion sizes. Eating plenty of fruit and vegetables and choosing foods and drinks that are low in fat and sugar most of the time.
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You can check by using our healthy weight calculator. If you're underweight, your GP, practice nurse or school nurse can give you help and advice. There could be a medical cause that needs to be checked out. Or perhaps you haven't been eating a healthy, balanced diet.
Healthy eating Healthy eating for teenagers The teenage years are a time of rapid growth and development, so a healthy balanced diet is particularly important. Healthy, active young people can have large appetites. If you're a teenager, it's important to eat well-balanced meals, rather than too many snacks that are high in fat, sugar or salt. What to eat You should eat a healthy balanced diet that matches your energy needs. This should be made up of the four main food groups of the Eatwell Guide: fruit and vegetables potatoes, bread, rice, pasta and other starchy foods beans, pulses, fish, eggs and other proteins dairy and alternatives Fruit and vegetables All age groups are encouraged to eat five portions of fruit and vegetables every day.
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