Our expert says:
It may be enough to lose weight - that is unfortunately a question that I can't answer accurately, because there are too many factors affecting it to be able to say yes or no. There is diet, your current weight, the intensity of your exericse training, the volume, the frequence, genetics etc.
So many factors affect it that it is therefore a guess. However, in principle, your suggested change is a good one, and I'd certainly encourage you to do it. It can't hurt, that's for sure, and the possible benefits are large (not just weight loss).
in terms of the diet, you really need to look at it if you're serious about this. You can exercise for hours and hours and achieve nothing if you're not eating well, so that needs to become a priority. And fruits and vegetables are pretty cheap by comparison with proteins like meat and chicken, so cost is not really an excuse. I really think that diet needs to be addressed.
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