Trying to make up for poor choices.

Hey IST I had a recent health issue and I want to make significant lifestyle changes so I was coming here for advice on what to do. I'm nearly 30 and I haven't lead a healthy lifestyle up to this point, almost no exercise and very poor diet (lots of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, chicken nuggets, fast food and soda. Past couple of years it's been a bunch of pizza and crazy bread with some nearly every day). I'm fat but not obese, mostly a large belly and manbreasts. I've getting minor twinges of pain around my heart from time to time and my blood pressure is high by around 10 or even 20 points sometimes on either end at times, though the doctor hasnt noted as me having any specific issues. I know I fricked up really bad by ignoring my health for so long but I really want to make a change before it's too late. For anyone in the know about health and lifestyle what can I do to turn my life around and how badly have I screwed myself for the future? Are some choices irreversibly gonna effect me for the rest of my life?

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  1. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Stop eating like shit. Cut weight and start doing cardio to improve your heart

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      alright, what type of diet should I aim for?

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        One that results in consuming less calories than you spend per day.

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        No sugar, limited carbs, mainly meat and vegetables. Only water for drinks.

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        Things you cook yourself. Look up easy one pot recipes, slow cooker recipes, chicken & rice with teriyaki sauce, etc. Fruits and veggies, etc.

        You can’t just be healthy overnight but the best place to start is to slowly learn how to make easy dinner staples and walk more for health. Going to the gym helps but is not the major contributor to being healthy.

        • 6 days ago
          Anonymous

          Eat real food that you cook yourself. Buy meat, vegetables, eggs, that sort of thing. Find some sort of weekly routine for exercise and do not skip. There should be rest days in between if you're actually pushing yourself. At first you might get really sore and be tempted to skip. Do not skip exercise. Eat real food and exercise (keep to your routine). And get good sleep.

          Only things you cook yourself, vegetables, meat/fish/eggs, limited to maximum 1 process from natural form (Cheese, olive oils, whole grain bread, brown rice, vegetable and meat stocks).

          If you don't have time to cook or meal prep, don't eat.

          Fix your bot

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        Eat real food that you cook yourself. Buy meat, vegetables, eggs, that sort of thing. Find some sort of weekly routine for exercise and do not skip. There should be rest days in between if you're actually pushing yourself. At first you might get really sore and be tempted to skip. Do not skip exercise. Eat real food and exercise (keep to your routine). And get good sleep.

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        Only things you cook yourself, vegetables, meat/fish/eggs, limited to maximum 1 process from natural form (Cheese, olive oils, whole grain bread, brown rice, vegetable and meat stocks).

        If you don't have time to cook or meal prep, don't eat.

  2. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    A study found people who live to 100 have the probiotics in their gut of a 30 year old. Another study found probiotics that support a long life love root vegetables. It's all about probiotics and supporting them. Probiotics will curb carb and sugar cravings. They will actually make you crave vegetables.

    Go out and buy organic fermented foods with live probiotics listed somewhere on the label. Get probiotics pills with 60 billion like pic related. Try to keep any junk food and any non organic foods at 20% of your diet. Take a probiotic pill and eat fiber on the same day after you eat crap food.
    A high protein diet will help control blood sugar.

    Do once a month a 4 day fast while only eating cruciferous vegetables. A study found it will encourage probiotics that aid weight loss.

    You'll want to eat high protein on days you don't work out and high carb on days you work out a ton after your health improves.

    The healthiest plant vs animal protein ratio is 2/3 animal to 1/3 plant protein. It is vital to prevent brain damage. Do not listen to the vegans with their sunken dead eyes, sickly skin, and weird looking muscles.

    Exercise and build muscle. A study found muscle matters more than fat when it comes to heart health. Ashwagandha, whole egg, and 1 tbsp flax seed meal a day helps boost muscle mass and endurance.

    If you took the jab, start taking either liquorice root or white pine extract. Both cause spike proteins to unravel.

    Vitamins to take are a good multivitamin with 100% DV for everything. Vitamin c 1000% DV. High quality fish oil like Nordic Naturals. It has to be something wild caught because farm raised is bullshit and actually high in omega 6. Magnesium, calcium, vitamin d and k. Beet greens powder has your entire daily potassium needs in around 2 cups. It's 2100 in every cup. A man needs around 3100 a day. If femanon you need just 1 cup and 1/4 a cup a day. But ration it carefully because it can kill if over eaten.

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      All that is a bunch of stupid text that does nothing to support somebody starting a health&fitness journey. And most of it is moronic

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        > I want to make significant lifestyle changes so I was coming here for advice on what to do

        >exercise and build muscle

        NOOOoOooOoOo!!

        • 6 days ago
          Anonymous

          >anon asks for advice on how to start being healthier
          >throw an entire pharma routine at him

          Do you belong to the small hat tribe by chance?

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      >who live to 100 have the probiotics in their gut of a 30 year old
      What the frick? Do you know what you're saying?

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      >A study found people who live to 100 have the probiotics in their gut of a 30 year old.
      That's not what probiotics are

  3. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    if you're real big you might have some skin looseness if/when you lose weight, and you may have worked your heart and shit a little hard for a few years, but irreversible? unlikely.
    like you haven't fricked up your knees, you're not saying your back hurts or anything about diabetes.

    i wouldn't suggest making drastic changes right away, i would say over the next weeks quit eating all fast food, all take aways, and anything packaged or pre-processed. honestly these "foods" are more like drugs, and they are awful for you, with very little nutritious value.
    just phase out the bad and start finding recipes you like that are made with fresh ingredients. my rule of thumb is to avoid the aisles as much as possible in a grocery store, just shop the perimeter.

    while you do this, walk every day for 30 minutes.
    do this for 6 weeks, get off the junk food and into better eating, get your body used to moving then hit the gym. it won't be as big of a shock to your system. after that, take it easy. not injuring yourself is a much higher priority then lifting all the reps/sets.

    shit if you really want to just eat better and walk, look at Kevin Smith, massive heart attack at what, 40 something, fricker lost like 300lbs, looks weird because i'm used to seeing like 3 of him.

  4. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Walk every day. It's so low impact that it's hard to overdo it, but obviously if you're wheezing then there's a problem. Once you drop weight and feel better (no chest pains or anything) you can slowly increase intensity for cardio. But walking a lot is great.

    Also they say garlic is good for heart healthy. You could get it in supplement form and it's a natural substance if you're worried about side effects. Good luck, anon.

  5. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Thank you anons, I'll try to make changes to my diet immediately, I'll go out to the farmer's market next time I go shopping for some fruits and vegetables and try to get better sources of meat to eat. Also gonna try to start easing into exercising starting today with some walking and light workouts. What meats should I be looking to get? Is chicken fine or should I go for more variety?

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      chicken, pork, beef, and fish is fine. trim fatty skin parts or buy skinned cuts to limit calorie intake.

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      bro frick that go to the grocery store, it's fine. it's all fine. it's not premium quality, but it's fine. wash your fruits and vegetables, but it's fine.
      eat whatever you like, beef can be expensive, fish is really good for you.

      go look at DDP Yoga on youtube if you want some inspiration

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        chicken, pork, beef, and fish is fine. trim fatty skin parts or buy skinned cuts to limit calorie intake.

        thanks anons I'll try it

  6. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Legit just track calories, CICO is how I cut 50 pounds, and once the weight starts falling off it becomes super easy to continue eating well. It started gradually for me, less junk food, less seed oils, etc. healthier diet comes with lower cals

    Def hit the gym, but only when you can start maintaining discipline in the kitchen. If you try to do too much all at once you’ll give up, just gradually keep going

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