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What is a good and effective way to lose weight fast?! (Getting married next month!)?

Im getting married next month and want to look my absolute best! What are some good but effective ways to lose weight fast and help me keep it off so I can achieve this? I want to at least lose 20 pounds by next month. I’ve been eating right and working out everyday but nothing seems to be working for me and im getting really frustrated 🙁

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4 Responses to “What is a good and effective way to lose weight fast?! (Getting married next month!)?”

  1. adel said :

    It would be better if you add information about your current weight. By the way I think doing exercises under the supervision of a professional might be helpful; consider that this might not decrease your weight too much, but it will shape your body in a good way ( in a month )
    And please BE CAREFUL about using chemical ways. I seriously advice you not to risk your health by trying “Too Fast” methods.

  2. Tyyjfhygt said :

    Avoid calories in a glass. Scientists now know that the body does not register liquid calories in the same way it does solid calories. Drinking a grande caffe mocha, for instance, won’t make you feel satiated the way eating a bowl of pasta will. Which means that although the caffe mocha actually has a greater number of calories than the pasta, you’re still more likely to want a second cup from Starbucks than another plate of linguine. So monitor your intake of juice, soda, coffee drinks and wine. If you consume one of each of those beverages during the day, you’ll have taken in at least 800 extra calories by nighttime — and you’ll still be hungry. (Incidentally, alcohol may suppress the metabolism of fat, making it tougher for you to burn those calories.)

  3. Buyts said :

    Alternate between fasting periods and eating periods. Many people find that they can lose more weight by fasting if they do it for 2 or 3 days at a time, instead of fasting for a long period.

  4. Qwdff said :

    Sugar substitutes are just as evil as sugar itself. Do you really think your body knows how to handle something that was man-made? Seriously. These chemically-adjusted products do not occur in the wild; there are no Splenda trees in warmer climates, nor are there NutraSweet plants in the Arctic. In some instances, taking in sugar substitutes may actually increase your levels of hunger! Let’s not forget about all the health issues that might arise from these unnatural substances. If you’re given a choice, it’s almost better to go with something your body knows how to deal with (real, unprocessed sugar). No, it’s much safer (and healthier) to stay away from blue, pink, and yellow packets entirely. Do a Web search for “Artificial Sweeteners May Damage Diet Efforts.” Then sit there and tell me they’re okay? No way.


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