some general advise is you like
You don't say what your food intake is or your age. None-the-less you are very obese. Here's a few suggestions: cut out of your diet as much as possible any sugar - i.e coke, fruit smoothie, breakfast cereals loaded with added sugar, low/no fat yoghurts often are loaded with sugar, honey etc.
drink water, NO energy drinks avoid fruit juice even at breakfast.
herbal tea is quite good. an acquired taste
Start the day with a portion of breakfast cereal no added sugar like Shredded wheat, wheatabix (2) or unsweetened muesli measure out the portion using weighing scales so you see what it looks like in the bowl.
Eat fresh veg. like broccoli good for bones as good provider of calcium.
goats milk is also good and easier to digest (but a bit more expensive) than semi-skimmed cows milk.
If you must have bread avoid white (multigrain or rye is best) and only have only one slice with hardly any spread.
Avoid cheese and other very high fat foods or high fat/sugar meals such as pizzas.
eat fiber and beans/lentils baked beans may contain sugar in the tomato sauce.
Eggs are a great source of protein, best boiled. If fried (use a high heat cook for about 2 minutes) best use kitchen paper to put egg on first before putting on plate.
Never skip breakfast! for snacking seeds are good so are some types of nut esp. almonds (avoid brazils or macadamia) eat small portions only a small handful or some more wheatabix. No chocolate or biscuits. Avoid bananas! Light exercise (10-15 mins/day) until weight drops.
Insanity would be dangerous at your weight level.
Eat smaller portions and eat meat and oily fish once a-week. Avoid tartar sauce and ketchup.
When you're happy with your weight you can start eating more of the other foods such as treating yourself to the occasional piece of strong possibly full fat cheese (you need less of the cheese) and dark (80%-85% Cocoa) chocolate. Remember to only eat these occasionally and in moderation.
PS I'm 56 years old weigh 143 pound do not go to gym and do not starve myself weight has stayed about constant for most of my adult life.
Last edited by johnw; 03-30-2014 at 06:43 AM.