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How can I loose all of this weight quickly?

I am 5’6 and weigh between 140-145. My problem areas are my stomach, hips, and thighs. I am fairly proportionate, but this extra fat needs to go. I’m starting to get cellulite and I’m only 22. At this point I’m willing to change my diet and start implementing exercise into my day.
However I’m looking to loose 20 pounds as quick as possible. Can I do it in 2 months? That’s like 10 pounds a month and sounds extreme, but I know people can do it.
What is it that I can do to make me loose as close to 20 lbs. as possible in the shortest amount of time possible?

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2 Responses to “How can I loose all of this weight quickly?”

  1. cyn_texas said :

    You will lose more body fat eating protein and fat (don’t eat protein alone) than not eating AT ALL. To lose weight fast eat all you want but nothing but meat, eggs, healthy oils, mayo, butter and half an avocado a day (you’ll need added potassium). Keep the calories high and the fat percentage high, at least 65% of calories. Adding in green vegetables & some cheese will continue weight loss but at a slower pace.

    If you starve yourself by lowering calories lower than are needed for the body to function, your body will freak out and will want to store every ounce in case it doesn’t get nourished again. You need to give it adequate nourishment so it doesn’t slow your metabolism down to adjust for lower calories.

    Simple carbohydrates (sugar, flour, bread, cereal, pasta, potatoes, rice) triggers insulin which can store the calories you eat into fat. The more protein you eat the more the fat burning hormone glucagon is released. The more carbohydrate you eat the more the fat storage hormone insulin is released.

    Carbs are addictive and can be disastrous to our health. The best way to break the addiction is NO carbs for 3 days. Make a huge batch of deviled eggs and eat one every time you want “something” have huge omelets for breakfast, with bacon, a lil onion, peppers, mushrooms & cheese. Pork chops for lunch. Get pork rinds and eat them with tuna salad. Steak for dinner. Make a huge sugar free cheese cake for dessert. Eat so much you won’t feel deprived of anything. By the fourth day, your addiction will be gone and you can start making healthy choices.

    High insulin levels unbalance other hormones. Controlling your insulin level will balance out other hormones & allow human growth hormone (HGH) to be produced naturally so you will gain lean muscle even without exercise. Any exercise will greatly increase your muscle mass with high HGH levels.

    Dr.Atkins was a cardiologist, low carb was a health plan easier sold as a “diet” Read any of his books for easily understandable science. Lutz “Life without Bread” & Taubes “Good calorie, bad calorie” are excellent books that dispel all the nutrition myths.

    Reducing body fat and increasing muscle mass will have you in awesome shape in no time. Good luck!

  2. AvGass said :

    Don’t start scarfing fatty foods like one answerer suggests (she told another questioner to eat pork rinds til the cows came home and scarf down the carbs). This is terrible advice. Don’t follow it.
    Watch your portions. Cut what you normally eat in half, then begin substituting (not completely eliminating) foods you normally eat that you already know are bad for you. Cutting down portions is hard at first, but becomes extremely easy after a few days.(It took me about 3-4). After that, you will eat only until you are satisfied, not stuffed.
    Next, watch your salt intake. Being a female, chances are you’re battling ocassional water weight. Don’t go for heavily salted foods. If you’re not normally a “water-drinker”, suddenly drinking tons of the stuff is going to cause your body to retain it even more. Drink just enough to stay hydrated, but don’t overdo it. Especially right before a weigh-in. The “pee test” is a great way to check your hydration levels. The darker the yellow, the more hydration you need.
    Keep in mind that sport’s drinks aren’t always the best substitutes: Gatorade is high in sodium (Poundin’ these will possibly make ya balloon up post workout).. Sobe has tons of sugar. Vit.Water boasts low cals but compensates for them with sucrose.
    Frozen meals are notorious for having a ton of salt in them, and most of them are processed.

    In addition to eating things that are better for you (proteins, low carb, low sugar, low salt, AVOID processed foods), maintain a schedule of at least 30mins of cardio activity a day. Fast walking to jogging, aerobics, biking are all good ways to do this. Save your main courses for eating directly post workout, as the body is still burning calories for up to an hr (so long as you accelerated your heartrate for 30mins+ during the wkout).


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