I have had this problem for about 4 years now. My whole body except my stomache is in good shape and I like the way it is and the size. Only problem is my stomache makes me look like im pregnant. I'm 5'3'' and weigh 130-135. I'll try to eat healthy but then at nighttime I'll get so hunfry and want food that I end up getting something to eat like an icecream or sumthing. I know its bad but I don't know how to get over the cravings. Any help on how ot get over the cravings and how to get just my tummy toned. I know your going to say run and crunched but they dont see to help
LaLa34lismchle answered Thursday August 12 2004, 1:14 am: eating less sugary foods will help a lot so watch your intake of carbohydrates and sugars. also a lot of the times u feel hungry your body just really wants water so try drinking a cup or 2 of water b4 u go to bed. and during the day instead of drinking pop drink water or diet pop it should do alot. and running and crunches help alot too!
xaDvIcERsAiRx answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 11:13 pm: i know you don't want to hear it, but try doing some crunches every day; but that's not what does you the most good. try eeating healthier; whenever you feel like having meat, have some vegetables. try getting the fat free or healthy choice ice cream, and <let] yourself have it like a couple times a week, but cut down on fatty stuff like chicken, pork, beef, etc. try eating stuff w/ vitamins and crap; mite not sound that appetizing, but it'll really help
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Calibabe805 answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 10:58 pm: well yes i am gonna say crunches, it all depends on how patient u are and how many u do a night, i do 5o a night, and i run alot, do stop the cravings, i eat ice cubes, it stops the craving, or i drink alot of water, sometime, i have some soda, but not alot, cause then that could be bad for u, just start slowly with it, then get used to it, it helped me, it should help u, hope i helped
aNgeLxfOrEvEr answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 10:29 pm: ok, if you like celery, buy celery and peanutbutter to keep at your house, so when you do get hungry, eat that (its soo good) and if you dont like celery, find some other healthy food that tastes good. It works...! :)
wakegurl21 answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 10:06 pm: Running is the best way cause it not only makes you thinner it also helps you heart, but i use trimspa, it works pretty well. I lost 7 pounds from it (140-133) the only downside to it is that you're sappost to be 18, and it keeps you up at night. [ wakegurl21's advice column | Ask wakegurl21 A Question ]
LilMia811 answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 9:53 pm: its probably not the cravings. you just need to work your abs out. try doing crunches. 100 in the morning and 100 at night. but you have to stick with them, the changes dont happen over night. [ LilMia811's advice column | Ask LilMia811 A Question ]
kevin1986 answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 9:47 pm: You have what we call binges at night. You starve yourself until midnight and then binge on icecream or some other fattening snack. Try snacking on some fruit before you go to bed and maybe have a little icecream too. But not as much as you have now. If you want to get your tummy toned better,try a lot of situps or leg raises. You may have a lot of muscle weight,so I wouldn't worry about your weight hon. [ kevin1986's advice column | Ask kevin1986 A Question ]
jbdreamer answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 9:40 pm: To get away from cravings, find something else to do than sneak into the kitchen. And if you must have something get your self a popcicle (80 calories) instead of ice cream (250+ calories). Just make smart choices about food.
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