How fast should I lose weight if…?

I am 16/ 6′ 3″/ 325lbs. I want to get down to about 250lbs. I am on the Adkins diet, I am running about 1 mile every morning,and drinking about 2 gallons of water every day. How fast should I lose this weight? Anything else that I should be doing to lose weight faster? Any tips on achieving my goal, and how long should it take?
I drink alot of water that is what I meant I am not drinking enof water to kill myself… or to do harm…

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5 Responses to “How fast should I lose weight if…?”

  1. Pooky said:

    2 gallons of water a day? Be careful. Too much water can actually kill you.

    Why don’t you see your doctor. At your age, you’re due for a physical every two years.

  2. Dave said:

    Believe me you will get there and fast. Stick with the diet and the exercise will help. Do not drink any diet or pop. My father in law was on that diet and he lost over 90 pounds. I am on the Paleco diet and it is very similar to yours but even more strict.

    I only eat lean meats, no dairy, sugars or salts. I lost 40 pounds in six months.

  3. ME!! said:

    someone drank 10litres of water and died.
    Be careful
    as fast as you can, healthily though 🙂

  4. Taloy Vivi said:

    Limit yourself on the fatty foods, i mean 4,500 calories! if you don’t wacth out all that fat foods can clog your arteries which can be very dangerous. So modarate what you eat and try to have some fruits and some veggies or salads at least once a day, and if your having salads cut down on the ranch its too much sugar and salad can still taste good without dressing. Good luck!. 🙂

  5. Sara said:

    this tips is long but it help me a lot i hope it help u too!

    cardio exercise and eating breakfast fruits, whole grain cereals and egg-white are great options help boost metabolism which help lose weight faster & burn more calories so eat egg in every morning omelet or boiled etc..to get protein which important for your body for losing weight
    stay way from junk food, fries

    Do 30 minutes of cardio training [dancing, jogging, aerobics, yoga , running, bicycle, swimming, kick boxing … ] and 30 minutes of strength train [weights, arms, setup, crunches for abs, legs workout and stretches]
    workout 3-6 times on week. 30min or 1-2 hours

    # Walk 30 minutes a day – no excuses
    # dont set watch TV or computer more than 2 hours stay active.
    # Be aware when you eating dont eat front TV, Eat when you are hungry & eat slowly
    # Restock your kitchen with healthy food
    # dont skip meals eat every 4 hours & eat 3 healthy small meals & 2 healthy snacks instead 3 big meals
    # Eat when you are hungry & eat slowly, chew more!
    # Reduce portions by using smaller plates & bowls (9 inch diameter instead of 11+ inch)
    # Eat 9 handfuls of vegetables more than fruits each day also eat 1 small handful nuts
    # you have to learn about calories you should take, look & learn label on sodium,sugar,fat,carb,calorie and read ingredients
    # Avoid trans fat in label (Avoid partially hydrogenated oils,Shortening, palm kernel oil and coconut oil) and saturated fats at all cost
    # Avoid white food such as enriched wheat flour/white flour (white bread and rice, potatoes,white starches – white pasta, crackers, cakes,donuts,pizza ,and simple sugar, including high fructose corn syrup. Sugar, sugar, sugar. The #1 killer for trying to lose belly fat, get a 6 pack, or achieving that flat, tight, sexy stomach. Avoid high fat foods (butter,margarine, cheese, milk ) go for low fat
    try to avoid processed or refined carbohydrates
    # Drink one or two glasses of water before a meal to help fill you stomach with fewer food calories
    # Eat less fat ,sugar and your sodium (salt) recommends less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium daily—that’s about 1 teaspoon of salt. our bodies’ needs (about 1,500 milligrams) .
    #Fifteen percent of your calories should come from protein, 25 to 35 percent from fat and the rest from carbohydrates.
    # Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat and nonfat dairy, legumes, fish and lean meat should all be incorporated into your diet.
    # Soybean, canola, olive, safflower, sunflower and corn oil are all healthy oils you should use when cooking and preparing foods.
    Also, cooking medium heat is ideal but oil alone is not recommended.
    # All fresh vegetables and fruits, such as green leafy vegetables and greens, broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, carrots, tomatoes, etc. Eat plenty of fiber-rich vegetables (dark leafy greens—good; corn–not so good), beans (all of them), and fruit (apples, pears, peaches, and berries have a lower GI than tropical fruits, like papaya and mangoes).
    # Complex Carbohydrates
    * Whole grains, pastas and cereals, brown rice, whole wheat bread, oats, millet, barley, kasha, cornmeal, polenta, etc.
    # Stop eating 2-3 hours before bed time & dont eat carbs on dinner and sleep night 8 hours,
    # Fill up 25-30 grams of fiber.
    #Drink plenty of water before, during & after workout it increase your muscle tone is also important to lose weight keep hydrated, drink 8 glasses of water
    # dont eat under than 1,200 calories
    # if you take in more calories than you burn through daily activity and exercise you’ll gain weight__regardless of whether those calories come from “good” natural foods or “bad” processed meals. it’s that simple: Eat less exercise more,
    Best Fats; Monounsaturated Fat Foods
    * Avocado * Oil (canola, olive, peanut, sesame) * Olives (all)
    * Nuts * Peanut butter, old-fashioned * Sesame seeds

    Good Fats: Polyunsaturated Fat Foods
    * Margarine (first ingredient is polyunsaturated oil)
    * Mayonnaise (regular or reduced-fat)
    * Nuts (walnuts) * Poultry
    * Oil (corn, safflower, soybean, cottonseed)
    * Salad dressing (regular & reduced-fat)
    * Seeds (pumpkin, sunflower) * Liquid Vegetable Oil * Eggs * Meat

    Bad Fats:Saturated Fats ( no more than 7% saturated fats)
    * Bacon & bacon grease * Cheese * Milk
    * Butter (stick, whipped, reduced-fat) * Eggs
    * Coconut Oil * Cream * Cream cheese
    * Ice cream * Lard & salt pork * Palm kernel oil * Cocoa Butter

    Bad Fats: Trans Fats (no more than 1% trans fats)
    look in ingredients Partially Hydrogenated Fats or Shortening
    * Margarine (stick) * Nondairy creamers * Baked Goods
    * Fired Foods * Also Found in Naturally In Meat & Dairy Products In Small Amount




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