Our expert says:
Dear Bond Girl
I hear what you are saying and it is indeed very difficult to still fit in some exercise when you have to work such long hours every day and spend so much time travelling. However if you eat so little and still don't lose weight then lack of exercise may well be a major contributing factor. I would firstly recommend that you have a medical examination to determine if your thyroid and insulin levels are normal. If you get a clean bill of health then it is important for you to add an activity to your programme and to eat something for supper! Skipping is a physical activity that you can do anywhere and any time with a minimal outlay for buying the skipping rope. If you can fit in even 10 minutes of skipping a day such as before supper, this will stimulate your metabolism and assist with weightloss. Start very carefully and as you become fitter you can increase how fast and long you skip. As regards eating something in the evening, I would suggest having low-fat yoghurt with fresh fruit or a vegetable soup with a slice of low-GI bread so that you eat something at night. Starving your body may ironically prevent you from losing weight! You need to eat a balanced low-fat diet and regular meals so that your body does not perceive that it is being starved and does not shut down its weightloss mechanisms.
I sincerely hope that you will be able to become more active and to lose some weight.
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