How do I lose body fat (especially from my stomach and thigh areas) in 1-2 weeks?

Please people, let’s be serious here! No therapeutic answers or emotional “you should be happy with yourself” kinda stuff. Could you please LIST for me ways to 1) not eat as much as usual 2) healthy foods that don’t have many calories 3) specific ways to lose fat from my stomach and thighs. Thank you!
BTW, I am around 5’2ish and weigh currently 135 lbs, my goal is 115 pounds.
***Specific foods/exercises/diet tips are really really really appreciated!!!

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5 Responses to “How do I lose body fat (especially from my stomach and thigh areas) in 1-2 weeks?”

  1. rachel! said:

    sry it takes longer than 1-2 weeks
    ( =

  2. Blondynka said:

    1. drink lots of water to un-bloat yourself
    2. dont eat after 8 pm
    3. eat smaller meals but more frequently
    4. fruits and veggies are low-cal, high nutrition
    5. if you don’t have a gym membership, try going for a half hour walk every evening to get some exercise.

    good luck!

    edit: pineapple has an enzyme in it that helps burn fat. plus its delicious!

  3. Trilogy said:

    Unfortunately you cannot lose fat from a specific area – some people are lucky enough to lose from an area as that is how their body works but all you can do is lose weight overall and firm up. Walking uphill, squats, lunges (walking around with weights doing large over exaggerates steps lunging down is a great one for thighs). Sit-ups and crunches for the tummy! Do cardio too and make sure you work out with a good constant heartrate, that will burn fat.

    If you stick with lean meats and lots of fruit and veggies, low GI whole wheat carbs and lots of water you will lose.

    BUT – there is no way you can lose 20 lbs in 2 weeks. When you first start a diet/ exercise routine you can lose 5 lbs in the first week or 2, but this is mostly water weight and your body balances back out. 2 lbs per week is considered healthy. Remember too that if you do weight work to firm up and boost your metabolism muscles weighs more than fat, so don’t watch the scale too closely. I also take measurements so I can track inches lost too!

    Good luck

  4. Larry H said:

    Your fat will only come off the same way it came on . . the first place you lose it will be the last place you put it on. There’s no such thing as “spot reduction” (losing fat in a particular spot).

    Here are my tips:
    Cut back on starchy things, like potatoes, carrots, corn.
    Cut out fried foods, like chicken, fries, fish, etc.
    Don’t eat sweets, cookies, ice cream, cake, etc.
    Don’t eat salty chips, don’t add salt. Salt will hold back the water in your body and you will NOT lose while eating salty foods.

    Eat foods that will fill you up so that you’re not hungry, like high fiber foods.
    Drink some water but don’t overdo it.
    Don’t eat late at night.

    Am I making any sense?

    Losing weight is extremely difficult. You have to really want to do it yourself! No plan will work unless you have the burning desire to do it. Good Luck!

  5. sommerset said:

    The fastest way to loose weight would be to do the induction phase of the Atkins diet or similar very low carb diet. If you stay true to the plan most people find they lose between 5 and 15 lbs. the first week! However, it’s not a good long term diet because it encourages you to eat mostly meat and fats.
    A diet based on mostly vegetables/fruit and some protien is the best way to eat healthy and lose weight long term! Check out deflame.com. The anti-inflammatory diet is based roughly on the “paleolithic diet.” And, it’s basically about making all the food you consume count toward something your body needs. It sounds simple but so many of the things we buy at the grocery store are not foods at all! You don’t have to count calories, you just replace the junk food with a snack that’s good for you. There’s a great pdf file that you can download for free and it tells you how to follow the diet.
    In addition, You’ll jump start your metabolism if you begin a daily exercise program such as walking 30 minutes each day. Keep a diary of all the food you eat, exercise you do, and how you feel after each. This is a great way to keep your awareness and stick to your plan. Best of luck to you and good eating!




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