What vitamin help for weight loss?

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  • jgnatca
    jgnatca Posts: 14,464 Member
    :p Here's a miracle vitamin for the OP. :o
  • Alyssa_Is_LosingIt
    Alyssa_Is_LosingIt Posts: 4,696 Member
    jgnatca wrote: »
    :p Here's a miracle vitamin for the OP. :o

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  • dieselbyte
    dieselbyte Posts: 733 Member
    Lolz at L-Carnitine supplementation. OP, save your money, and shield yourself from false hopes. Hard work is free. CICO
  • jgnatca wrote: »
    :p Here's a miracle vitamin for the OP. :o

    So much negative energy, what a waste.
  • Demon_Lord
    Demon_Lord Posts: 9 Member
    The only reason to take vitamin pills is if you don't get the nutrients you need when you are on a diet. However, for me, I only have 1,200 calories but I find it easy to get all my nutrients but that depends on individuals.
    However, some vegetable aid in weight loss. RAW vegetable are the best since a lot of energy is expended in breaking them down. IN eating broccoli raw, you actually lose weight, however, once you cook it that is not the case. IF you can stand the taste of raw broccoli or celery, go for it.
  • ana3067
    ana3067 Posts: 5,624 Member
    jgnatca wrote: »
    MrM27 wrote: »
    Here we have the typical OP, asks a question, debates the answers she didn't want to hear and is happy with the answers giving her false hope. Lol

    I call gender bias! Consistentz is male.

    lol I assumed OP was also female :/
  • ana3067
    ana3067 Posts: 5,624 Member
    MrM27 wrote: »
    Demon_Lord wrote: »
    The only reason to take vitamin pills is if you don't get the nutrients you need when you are on a diet. However, for me, I only have 1,200 calories but I find it easy to get all my nutrients but that depends on individuals.
    However, some vegetable aid in weight loss. RAW vegetable are the best since a lot of energy is expended in breaking them down. IN eating broccoli raw, you actually lose weight, however, once you cook it that is not the case. IF you can stand the taste of raw broccoli or celery, go for it.

    What? Come on now . You can't actually believe that.

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  • ana3067
    ana3067 Posts: 5,624 Member
    MrM27 wrote: »
    ana3067 wrote: »
    jgnatca wrote: »
    MrM27 wrote: »
    Here we have the typical OP, asks a question, debates the answers she didn't want to hear and is happy with the answers giving her false hope. Lol

    I call gender bias! Consistentz is male.

    lol I assumed OP was also female :/

    Sexist

    I'm a bad female.
  • MrM27 wrote: »
    jgnatca wrote: »
    :p Here's a miracle vitamin for the OP. :o

    So much negative energy, what a waste.

    Is it? You got the answers that there aren't any pills that you're looking for. Are you just mad because you didn't get the responses you wanted?

    I am not mad, but sorry for your negative attitude. You are missing the point. Go back and read my original post. I already do diet and exercise. That is elementary knowledge.
  • ana3067 wrote: »
    jgnatca wrote: »
    MrM27 wrote: »
    Here we have the typical OP, asks a question, debates the answers she didn't want to hear and is happy with the answers giving her false hope. Lol

    I call gender bias! Consistentz is male.

    lol I assumed OP was also female :/

    Unbelievable, I am glad I am not talking politics, stay on the point.
  • Demon_Lord wrote: »
    The only reason to take vitamin pills is if you don't get the nutrients you need when you are on a diet. However, for me, I only have 1,200 calories but I find it easy to get all my nutrients but that depends on individuals.
    However, some vegetable aid in weight loss. RAW vegetable are the best since a lot of energy is expended in breaking them down. IN eating broccoli raw, you actually lose weight, however, once you cook it that is not the case. IF you can stand the taste of raw broccoli or celery, go for it.

    I don't think I have enough nutrient because I am on a diet. For sure, I need supplement, I just don't know which. Thanks
  • stevencloser
    stevencloser Posts: 8,911 Member
    In for magic pills and negative calorie foods.
  • otheliemoor
    otheliemoor Posts: 50 Member
    ephiemarie wrote: »
    There has been some research indicating fish oil supplementation as potentially beneficial for fat reduction. If nothing else, it's good for your heart.

    http://www.jissn.com/content/7/1/31

    Eh...most of those studies are horribly flawed, I don't have links on hand, but I'll give a look ans see what I find.
  • otheliemoor
    otheliemoor Posts: 50 Member
    MrM27 wrote: »
    Here we have the typical OP, asks a question, debates the answers she didn't want to hear and is happy with the answers giving her false hope. Lol

    OP, want to buy some beans?

    Have they been promoted by Dr. Oz? I only eat beans that have been recomended by the good doctor.

  • bigd66218
    bigd66218 Posts: 376 Member
    I take chromium picolinate +green tea 800 mcg once a day...With moderate exercise I tend to lose a pound a week before I started on MFP. Currently losing around 3 pounds a week by watching my calorie intake and exercising. This supplement also helps lower blood sugar levels..I would suggest taking in the morning since a side effect is more frequent urination.
  • sijomial
    sijomial Posts: 19,811 Member
    Keep your vitamins at least a mile from home.

    Run there, take your vitamins, run home - you have now helped your weight loss with vitamins.