Tried And True Health Tricks From Naturally Thin Chicks

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February 12, 2013 ‐ By Julia Austin

 

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You know that extreme diets and workout plans never pan out. What you don’t know is how those obnoxiously, naturally thin people who are telling you, “You know that extreme diets and workout plans never pan out, right?” do keep thin! They do it through small, easy habits practiced throughout the day.

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  • Lulu012

    i’m naturally thin but working out and eating right are for my health not so much my weight so these sort of rules mean nothing.

  • kb

    I’m slim I am 6’0 and I size 2-4. I am also over 30. I do all of these, except plan an activity after dinner. I work out in the morning, 3X a week. i eat a big lunch, dinner is always small and I pretty much eat whatever I want but only in small portions. I hate feeling full so I hardly ever eat until i am too full. So yeah the suggestions are on pt.

  • Ace

    I don’t think you understand the concept of “Naturally thin”, Author.

  • Candacey Doris

    Most naturally thin people i know eat like teenagers. The people i know who live healthy lifestyles on the other hand…

  • Guest360

    I’m naturally thin and I probably follow about 4 of these tips lol. I don’t limit my food options but I also don’t overeat to the point of being so full that it’s uncomfortable. And I kinda disagree with having a big meal for lunch. Our bodies are programmed to rest after big meals which is a no-no if you’re at work or have errands to do throughout the day. So instead I eat throughout the day. Breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, dinner (which is my big meal), and a snack before I go to bed. And I do tend to walk more. Not because I want to stay thin but because I’m impatient and can get where I need to go faster by walking lol. All in all, I just don’t think or obsess about weight. I try my best to stay healthy but not to the point where I’m counting calories or forgoing my fave foods because they aren’t “healthy”.

  • Ooh La La

    This is pretty ridiculous. I am one of those “naturally thin” people and I can tell you there are no tricks, or even a strategy for that matter. My mom and aunt are naturally thin and I couldn’t put on weight if I tried. It’s just genetics and it’s not fair. But for the sake of no one hating me, I do deal with my diet in my skin and break out if I eat too badly, so that makes it a little more fair lol.

  • Cakester

    The title of this article needs to be changed… I came in just to see what naturally thin people do to stay thin WHEN THEY ARE NATURALLY THIN!!!!!!!!!!!!! The tips are good but the title is all wrong!

  • SheBe

    This is BS. Every “naturally” thin person I know (ok I only know 3 but still) eats EVERYTHING and does so all day. No matter what it is. Skinny body, don’t care. YOLO on the McDonalds. When they work out its not serious. Theyre talking and texting and when it does get intense they are half arsing and get tired quickly and/or quit early. Come on now.

  • Kendra Hawkins

    Someone help me understand why there’s article containing diet tips from women who are “naturally thin”. It makes absolutely no sense. If it’s natural, then it requires no effort on your part. How about tips from women who actually have to WORK at keeping their weight down?

    • RJA

      My thoughts exactly!

    • Diso98

      I clicked on this article just to say the same thing! ….. Though most of the tips are good

    • SheBe

      Point. Blank. Period. THANK YOU! They can shut the comments section down and trash this article because nothing else needs to be said.

    • xxdiscoxxheaven

      LOL GET OUT OF MY BRAIN!!

    • Kahekili

      Dang. You beat me to it! That is what I thought as soon as I saw the title.