Eheheh not on working out! But I want to give up on wine and aperitives cocktails, I should drink more water. Yes, I must drink more water but I can't, I never feel thirsty! How much water do you drink, guys?
Nothing, I eat or drink whatever I want in small portions. Also I mostly drink water and herbal. Alcohol is only for extra special occassions.
Sandy. I drink more than 1.5 ltrs of water a day. But I guess the satisfaction feeling is more of a psychological thing. I guess.
I'm lactose intolerant
I gave up a few days ago on eating/drinking anything that's regular milk containing lactose, my butt has suffered enough
And I drink about 8 water bottles a day
Everybody is better than me, I see :D My friend suggested to always keep a water bottle nearby, where you can see it, so it will become easier to find myself thirsty! Maybe it works. I should try.
Usually I drink less than 3 glasses per day...sometimes I also eat without drinking at all.
And thinking about giving up...I gotta stop eating chocolate. I can't resist. If I have chocolate at home it's a disaster! LOL
I haven't given up anything, i love to eat, but i have cut down on how much i indulge in things i know aren't good for me or my waist line. Its whatever i want in the morning, but then after that whole grains, raw veggies, and lean meat the rest of the day. With better eating habits and regular exercise i can justify the occasional night of drinking and eating rich food.
As far as water i aim for 3 liters a day or more if i can.
I've given up red meat, it's been almost two months. I feel great, but I keep having bacon dreams :(
I gave up on salts. I still eat sweets and my weight still balance. Well I lost 2kg but after I eat normal again (I used to give up on rice too) I gain some weight again. I think I need to b more discipline...
Everything white and potatoes
i havent given up on anything yet...and probably wont until my metabolism starts slowing down in 5-10 years from now
Havent really given up much in way of food. Just cut it down...
Been off the booze for about 3 weeks now and feeling awesome. Was drinking 4 to 6 beers a day prior. Weight has dropped by 4kg in that 3 weeks.
I am lucky enough to have a very manual job in landscaping and this def helps to keep the weight off.
Currently weighing 89.7 and 183cm tall... Goal weight is 85kg at this stage then maintain between 80 and 85kg while building muscle
I guess I have a bit of an advantage. I don't gain weight easily at all. But I've given up sodas. My addiction, Sprite. Although one occasionally is fine. I was drinking pretty much the whole 2 liter in a day
I gave up on meat long time ago, then on Alcool, cigarettes and e-cig! I gave up on eating too much tne evening because I didn't eat all day long, now I still don't eat all day long but I eat a little the evening...kind of replaced my meals with work outs as it is the only effective way to loose weight with my metabolism! Lastly, I gave up temporarly on running because I had both knees injury due to too much running with flat feets...
Aviann..happy to take yoyr lindt chocolate bar..:-P
As a beginner, im giving up that extra comfort time i had in exchange of sweating off. Im gradually eliminating softdrinks/sodas. For the moment...that would be all. Im still pumping for mamas milk for my LO. No lite diet yet.
And I went down to 70 kg with the last program I did.
I gave up on anyone who said I couldn't. I gave up on everyone who no longer strived to grow and progress and in turn push me to do the same. I gave up on neysay'ers ,sycophants, and leeches. I gave up on any part of me that didn't belive in myself. I shook it off and kept grinding forward.
I'm not really giving up any specific foods, just, as others said, really cutting back on the bad stuff. Totally giving up chocolate or ice cream or fries just won't be sustainable for me - it will work in the short term but not in the long. Certain times of the month especially just demand dark chocolate and salt. So instead, I'm keeping them for extra special occasions and really cutting back portions. Having only a few squares of the bar instead of the whole thing, replacing full fat, full sugar ice cream for low fat, low sugar frozen yogurt (I found a dutch chocolate one that's to die for). Instead of supersizing my McDonald's when I treat myself, I go for the smaller portion of nuggets and a small fries, and I treat myself to it much less often, and manage the other foods I eat that day to offset a bit. Maybe at some point I'll be ready to kick these things entirely, but right now, I know that if I tried that, I'd just be miserable and would wind up binging and then hating myself, and feeling crappy any time I ate out with my family at non-diet-friendly restaurants. This way, I can have my treat once in awhile without destroying my calorie goal, I don't feel deprived, and I can keep the cravings manageable.
I AM trying to give up the negative self-talk, the laziness in the mornings, my dislike of feeling hot and sweaty from exercise and my self-consciousness in being active around other people. I want to leave behind forever all the crap that built up over years of feeling incompetent and humiliated in phys ed class and be able to go to a gym and work out without letting 17-year-old me control my fitness forever. That's what I want to give up!