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    What can I do to lose 8 kgs?

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    It is the most common dilemma for everyone now days... I am a 24 year old girl weighing 60 kgs, my height is 5'3 ... I am getting married in Dec 2015 therefore please advise me some tips so I can lose atleast 8 kgs to look smart on my wedding day ... I want to achieve my goal by at least October 2015.... Any help would be much appreciated...
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    Kylie Royal

    Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer

    Director, Exercise Physiologist & Personal Trainer. Kylie’s determination and passion in striving for ultimate health & success is what has led her to a successful … View Profile

    Hi I would recommend taking some time to work out what nutrition style works for you and seeking assistance with this! For some its easy, others its a challenge - but rest assured the more you stress about it the harder it will be to lose! 

    Natural real foods is always a great way to start, plenty of vegetables, proteins and sources of good fats - good fats help fill you up and burn bad fat!

    I would also encourage you to exercise to stimulate the metabolism and increase lean muscle mass as this will help to burn more body fat. Including resistance training, steady state cardio training and high intensity interval training (HIIT) is a great way to get the most benefits and helps mix up your week! 

    If in doubt chat to someone in the know - an Exercise Physiologist, Nutritionist, Personal Trainer.

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