How much weight will i lose on the grape diet?

If I only eat 1kg of grapes (about 600 calories a day) and have plent of water how much weight will i lose every week.

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5 Responses to “How much weight will i lose on the grape diet?”

  1. Becky A said:

    a lot

  2. Hott S said:

    it will take time like in one month u will loose approx 5 kg

  3. Gabe said:

    like a pound. you’d be starving your body so you might actually gain fat making you bigger than you are

  4. Kelly K said:

    A hell of a lot, but you will experience subconscious starvation and will immediately gain weight after stopping. Trust me, it’s not a pleasant feeling losing, say, forty pounds and gaining back ten each week (yes, the gain gets THAT extreme, as does the weight).

    I gained 10 lbs in five days because I didn’t realize I was starving myself. Be careful. I don’t advise a grape diet, since it is not practical, lifestyle-appointed, nor healthy.

    Try weight watchers.

    If you’re a man, you’re really only eating 1/3 of what you NEED to survive (not even basing this on a 2000 calorie diet) with 600 calories. If you’re a woman, you’re just barely making 1/2 of what you need to survive.

    Essentially, you’ll look skinnier, but your health risks will increase and the MOMENT you eat something other than grapes, that weight will sprout on you like a weed. Not to mention your face will break out with acne and you’ll get rashes and just plain “creepy” results, since grapes will be your only source of nutrition.

  5. RunningGirl said:

    To lose 1 pound you need to take in 3500 calories less than your requirement, which is about 2000 calories per day for most people. At 600cal/day, you’d be in a deficit of 1400cal per day. 3500/1400= about 2.5lbs per week. Only eating grapes is dumb though. You could eat 600 calories per day of cheetos and lose the same amount of weight. Calories are calories. It is important that you choose foods with nutritional value in vitamins and minerals though. Grapes alone will not be a proper balance of protein, carbs, and fat.




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