How do I lose weight FAST without taking any diet pills?

I’m 17 and really don’t like the idea of taking diet pills. I need to slim down a little bit and I’m kinda crunched on time. Any help?

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15 Responses to “How do I lose weight FAST without taking any diet pills?”

  1. CHARL.starR. said:

    dont eat

  2. Arianna‚ô• said:

    Just try your hardest to change your eating habit, that is the key to loosing weight. Good luck hun.

  3. medabe666 said:

    Drink only water, don’t eat carbs “breads”, exercise.

  4. Hannah said:

    Go running. It makes you lose weight all over but if you want a quick easy fix, don’t eat.

  5. Kristie said:

    Eat celery.
    It burns more calories digesting it then you put in by eating it.

  6. Durkadurrr said:

    1. A healthy and balanced nutrition.
    2. endurance sport

  7. ronnny said:

    You must eat. If your body says hungry all the time it will not burn as much. Eat things like baked potato and rice and such plan or with spice but not fattening things. Drink water instead of other drinks. Including diet. Do more exercise and just be more active. sitting in front of here won’t help if you are crunched for time.

    rd

  8. Nate said:

    either though i don’t follow my own advice lol, here is some tips.

    if you are in high school try doing some sports like football, wrestling, etc.
    eat less and healthier, go out and do more physical activities like yoga and stuff. The fastest ways are dangerous i’m afraid to tell you but i can give you some if you email me.

  9. Warrior said:

    I lose 25 lbs after 3 months of jogging more than an hour everyday plus doing basic simple exercises that made my muscles got firmer and more solid such as sit ups, push ups to flush out fats, sweats and replenish it with new essential nutrients. There are no such things like magic when it comes to health, you have to earn it to gain long lasting benefits without risking your health.

    But first you must always seek your doctor’s advice if you’re planning to add this in your routines.

  10. Heh... said:

    If you starve yourself like all of these other people are suggesting, you won’t get an immediate slim down. Your body’s first reaction to lack of food is survival mode. This means your metabolism will slow down in order to save what food/fat is left in your body. So you don’t actually loose weight & you end up looking bloated.

    I say go running. It might take a week but it definitely help. You loose weight all over & improve your cardio.

  11. P said:

    Planning on your part is important. You’re putting stress on yourself by wanting instant results. Try to accept yourself as you are right now knowing that you are starting today to become healthier, stronger and more fit. Permanent weight loss simply takes time.

    People do not healthily lose weight fast, period. It goes on slowly and it’s best to take it off slowly 1-2 pounds a week.

    The weight loss concept is pretty simple… burn more calories than you consume while maintaining a healthy diet.

    Drink more water. Exercise more. Eat smaller portions of high calorie foods. Eat more vegetables. Eat some fruit daily. Do not drink alcohol it is loaded with calories. Limit fats and sugars.

    The idea is to burn more calories than you consume of a daily basis. 1 pound is 3500 calories. If you exercise and burn 500 more calories daily than you eat and in a week you will lose 1 pound. Drinking water helps the body lose weight, it has no calories, helps to keep you hydrated while you exercise, and more water flushes out more waste from your system.

    A great free place to start losing weight sensibly is at:
    http://www.sparkpeople.com
    Another site is:
    http://www.livestrong.com

    I have used both and had success. I also use a Wii Fit+. For the new year weight watchers usually has a “sale” on membership.

  12. Alayna said:

    Anyone trying to lost weight fast should look into the Acai Berry. It is one of the most nutritional foods on earth. The high vitamins and anti-oxidents in Acai contributes to rapid weight loss.

  13. Asqw S said:

    Drink plenty of water. Adequate water is essential for health, and a great many people simply don’t get enough. What’s more, if you’re chronically dehydrated, your body will retain water in unflattering places, so if you make sure to get plenty of fluids you can start visibly trimming down in as little as a day. Remember, the more you exercise, the more water you’ll need. See the related wikiHow for more details on how much water you should be getting.

  14. Alay S said:

    Be confident. You need to believe in yourself! If you want to diet, and you know that it will make you feel better, then you need confidence. Otherwise, the temptation to cheat on your diet will make it harder, and you will not feel better when you do lose weight. Avoid temptations like chocolate, ice cream, and cookies. They may taste good, but there are other foods that taste delicious, too, without being unhealthy. You need to always encourage yourself to achieve the goals that you have set. Learn to evaluate your efforts fairly and objectively. If you fail to achieve your target for the week, find out why is it so. Is it because you have missed a jogging session? Or you have been eating junk food for one of the days? After evaluating, look ahead to next week and try your best to stick to your plan.

  15. Jere S said:

    Graze on healthy snacks. Just because you’re getting healthy doesn’t mean you can’t snack. In fact, eating small meals and snacks throughout the day, or grazing, has been shown to aid weight loss, (compared to eating three large meals a day), by keeping metabolism steadier. Pick snacks that are low in calories and fat and high in fiber (dried apricots, nuts, rice cakes, fruits, baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, and so on). Vegetables are generally very low in calories, very high in fiber, and full of flavor and nutrition. Avoid starchy vegetables like potatoes, and try to eat vegetables plain, without fatty dressings or dips. Fruit also makes a good snack. Fruit contains more soluble fiber than vegetables, which slows your body’s absorption of carbohydrates, thus releasing energy more slowly, (preventing sugar highs), and keeping you feeling full longer. Fruit juices are not a replacement for the real thing. You need that fiber, and juices often have more calories than the equivalent serving of fruit — as many calories as soda! Be careful with dried fruits, because without the water, you tend to eat more, and fruits, when dried, are calorie-rich per ounce. With any dry or dried food, be sure to drink plenty of water.




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