Is there a way to lose weight particularly fast?

So, I know everyones like “Eat healthy and exercise,” well yeah, duh. But is there anything else to do to help speed things up?

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12 Responses to “Is there a way to lose weight particularly fast?”

  1. Model Kidd said:

    besides lypo i really dont think theres anything else, otherwise there wouldnt be so many obese people in the u.s 🙂

  2. KatieLovesMichael said:

    Surgery like lapband or something but it doesn’t mean you can eat whatever you want after that. You’ll just gain the weight back. And it’s expensive.

  3. Serenity said:

    Drinking tea is good for boosting your metabolism and overall health. If you eat lots of sugar-free Jelly it fills you up, and is very healthy. Not eating after 7pm because that’s when you slow down and stop burning fat so well. And lastly, drink tonnes of water.

  4. Ragamuffin said:

    Try a VLCD (very low calorie diet). I’m on a programme called ‘W8’- cheesey name I know but trust me it works. I was 19.5 stone in september, i’m now 14.5. It takes a lot of willpower but is extremely easy to follow once you get into it, and if you attend the sessions your counsellor will educate you on the psychology behind your eating and believe me, you will come out of it with a completely changed attitude toward food. The programme eases you back on to food and doesn’t just leave you to get back into the world of food yourself (because it is very easy to put weight back on after a VLCD if you arent careful what you eat.)
    There are a few programmes out there, W8, lighter life, these are the two I know of and I know both are effective. Google them and find your nearest counseller.
    It is tricky but if you’re commited to losing weight you’ll be fine, and there is no feeling like weighing yourself after that first week and seeing the huge weight loss! (i lost 9 pounds on my first week!)
    It sounds like it may be dangerous but read up on it first, because if you follow it properly its completely safe. You get around 500 calories per day, which is far less than your are supposed to. But you get 100% of all the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that you need, (protein, etc.). So the only difference is, instead of using the fat from your food, it uses the fat you’ve stored for energy. And while you’re on the diet you will feel energetic and alert ecause you are getting everything else you need and remaining properly hydrated.
    Anyway, as I say, look up ‘W8’ online and read up about it before hand, but its well worth it.
    Good luck! I’m sure you’ll do great.

  5. louis said:

    Get an atkins diet book, and go on the fat only it takes off more weight than going without food.
    It is also hungry free.

    If I remember it right? 1200 calories in 3 or 4 meals.
    Bacon and eggs
    chicken with mayo salad
    Stuff with just meat and fat vienna sausage in the can
    No cokes, or tuna they have to much salt even if they are protein or sugar free.

    You can drop several pounds a day

  6. chazii3 said:

    yeaah drink loadds of water < it makes you full faster - that way you eat less and eat as little as possible (you can lose 7 pounds in a week by eating 300 calories in a day) thats the only way im afraid 🙂 x ooh also if you separate your meals eg. have 5-6 small meals a day 🙂 good luck x

  7. Leah said:

    Cocain works, but its not very healthy

  8. Daniel said:

    Alli, heard it’s pretty bizarre but does the trick apparently, also drink lots of water and do a lot of cardio work outs.

  9. Dr Frank said:

    Yes, do even more exercise!

  10. Leanne said:

    Hey 🙂 I just found this awesome article on “the science behind weight loss”. I got it from dietnation.com but I’ll paste it here to save you the trouble:

    “Your body needs a certain amount of calories each day to maintain performance of normal activities, such as walking, breathing, sleeping, and thinking. Depending on your size, your body will require a different amount of calories each day.

    On the flip side, if you eat too few calories your body will think its starving. This phenomenon goes back to the days of the caveman, when cave people weren’t really sure when or where they would find their next meal. The body learned to store excess calories as fat for future use. Well, we no longer live like that as we, fortunately and unfortunately, have unlimited access to food thanks to modern conveniences. What this means is, if you’re not eating enough calories your body will store the calories it does get as fat rather than trying to burn those calories. That sounds counterproductive, and it is. That’s why it’s important to feed your body regularly with the right amount of calories from the right sources.

    One pound of fat equals about 3500 calories of stored energy. To lose weight you need to eat fewer calories each day or get your butt to the gym and burn off those calories. It’s that easy – you don’t need to be a mathematician to lose weight, you just need to start taking a look at some of your daily habits. Losing weight could mean shaving an extra 250-500 calories off your daily intake. Start your morning with a tall latte? Just one Vanilla Latte could pack an extra 250+ calories onto your daily caloric intake. By simply substituting your latte with regular coffee or green tea you could reduce your caloric intake substantially. If you want to try more exercise, calorie-burning activities such as walking to work, going for a jog with a friend, or taking the kids on a bike ride are all fun and easy ways to increase your daily activity level.

    It is also important to remember that you need to eat the right calories from the right sources to lose weight and to maintain your weight loss. A meal of jelly beans and ding dongs that equals your daily caloric needs will not help you lose weight because these types of food are not nutrient sources that your body can use efficiently.

    Eating right is a vital component of any weight loss plan, but it’s also very important to ensure that you get enough exercise. Combine aerobic exercise activities (also know as cardio) like walking, jogging or cycling with weight training (it doesn’t have to be anything too intense, but it helps a lot to lift some weights) to maximize your weight loss.”

    I really like how this explains weight loss! Also while I was searching around I found this fantastic video which you should definitely check out, has a pile of great tips for how to shed the pounds: http://tinyurl.com/lose-weight-be-happy

    I really hope this helps, the fact that you’re looking for help is a great start!

    Good luck 🙂

  11. SaraG said:

    1. exercise for 30 minutes every day.
    try jogging or running on the tredmill or join a sport like baseball or soccer.

    2. stop eating/drinking anything with refined sugars or that is processed.
    sugers turn into fat. Sugars actually turn into fat quicker than other foods

    3. drink 64 oz. of water every day (this might be hard, but that is the amount u should aim to get every day)
    When a person is thirsty, the brain sends messages to your throat and stomach. Even though the throat might be trying to tell you that u r thirsty, the signals in the stomach are more noticeable. The stomach makes you feel hungry when you are actually thirsty sometimes. So, when u r hungry, u might be thirsty, so try drinking water first

    4. watch your calories
    aim to only eat about 2500 calories a day. One pound of fat is made up of 3500 calories. If you eat less than 2500 calories a day and only eat about 2000 calories a day. If you do this, you will lose about a pound a week

    To be more specific, you can…

    1. First start by getting up earlier than usual. Around 5:30 AM to do some of you workouts. Getting up early shocks your metabolism because the body needs

    more energy to get going. Right? This will start your system on the road to weight loss. That early start with about 10 minutes of stretching. Have a cup of

    coffee to get the blood going also.

    2. Do all the sit-ups you can. Just do them. 15 or 20 whatever, we don’t have a lot of time to work with. Rest 1 minute repeat, do this for 6 sets. Already

    you are breathing hard and feel worn, because the body is working extra hard at being up earlier and then going right into exercise. If the early morning

    hour lets you get your cardio in, go ahead and do it. 30 minutes.

    3. Diet. Cut all current meal portions in half, just cut them in half, nothing fancy or complicated, CUT IN HALF! Cut out all bread products, all gravies,

    candies, chips, night snacks, etc. If you crave at night eat a banana, other fruit or best a non-fat yogurt. There are some tasty ones out there.

    4. In the evening do another 6 sets of sit-ups maxing out each set. Cardio again. The trick is to stay with getting up earlier. Yes it’s hard, that’s why

    it is so effective. Why do you think the Army gets up so early, it is intense training to the max.

  12. First namee said:

    Snack on vegetables if you must. You might get the pangs of hunger in between meals. It is something that you can very well control. Or even better, try munching on carrots. They are an excellent way to satisfy those hungry pangs and are good for your eyes and teeth. True, you might end up being called Bugs Bunny, but its miles better to be called Bugs Bunny than fatso.




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