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I would like to lose the 10 or 15 pounds that have "found" me over the last year or so. I have many health issues and even though I do exercise, it is not at any level where it would help me actually lose weight. So I'd like to rely on diet changes only for now.
I believe some medicine I am taking is actually contributing to my weight gain. (I will be on this medicine for one more year, but I want to do something about the weight gain now)
Is eating all protein the answer? Protein and vegetables? No starch? I would love some ideas from people who have lost weight recently with change in diet ideas.
A few months ago I gave up my one diet coke per day. I am now back to one a day again. Is that a big issue for trying to lose weight?
Has anyone found a "fad" diet to work quickly and has kept the weight off? I find that trying to lose 10 pounds is in some ways harder than trying to lose 30. Suggestions welcome, thanks.