These two fat ladies were pushing the structural limits of the Statosphere Tower, Las Vegas.
Its quite clear they eat too much. Diet- eat less!

How do I lose weight?

You gain weight when you take in more energy - calories from food and drink - than your body needs. The surplus energy is laid down in the body as fat. The opposite happens if you take in less calories than your body needs - your body has to use your fat stores to make up the shortfall in energy. So the only way you can lose weight is to lose body fat by eating less food and being more active.

Two fat ladies blocking the view

 

Healthy diet, exercise and some self control should beat the fat

There are no magical diets or weight loss supplements that are proven to help you lose weight and keep it off. The best way to approach losing weight is to look at making permanent changes to your diet and lifestyle that you take forward for the rest of your life - some ideas are given below. While no single change is likely to result in significant weight loss, if you make all of the changes listed in the information sheet below you should see your weight drop gradually over time. Losing weight slowly, say 1lb per week, is the best way for preventing weight gain in the future.

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