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what is the most unhealthiest way to lose weight fast?

is it laxitives,bulemia,water pills or a combination of all three?if i do all three how much and how fast weight will i lose?

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6 Responses to “what is the most unhealthiest way to lose weight fast?”

  1. Holly H said :

    i would say anorexia. starving yourself is the fastest way to loose, and also the fastest way to DIE

  2. Mike said :

    You’ll lose tons of weight but it won’t be fat, it will be all your muscle tearing down.

  3. Jimmy said :

    I use to have anorexia, and it sucked.

    Before you do anything, I suggest a look at the complications of these weight loss techniques:

    Electrolyte imbalance, which can cause cardiac arrest or brain damage from a stroke
    Damaging of the voice
    Vitamin and mineral deficiencies
    Teeth erosion and cavities, gum disease
    Salivary gland swelling (sialadenosis)
    Potential for gastric rupture during periods of binging
    Esophageal reflux
    Irritation, inflammation, and possible rupture of the esophagus
    Laxative dependence
    Peptic ulcers and pancreatitis
    Emetic toxicity due to ipecac abuse
    Swelling of the face and cheeks, especially the lower eyelids, due to the high pressure of blood in the face during vomiting; for the same reason Purpura can occur, a rash caused by burst blood vessels.
    Callused or bruised fingers
    Dry or brittle skin, hair, and nails, or hair loss
    Muscle atrophy
    Decreased or increased bowel activity
    Digestive problems that may be triggered, including celiac and Crohn’s disease
    Low blood pressure (hypotension)
    Orthostatic hypotension
    High blood pressure (hypertension)
    Iron deficiency
    Hormonal imbalances
    High risk pregnancy, miscarriage, still-born babies
    High blood sugar (hyperglycemia)
    Russell’s sign (scarring on the knuckles or back of the hand due to self-induced vomiting over long periods of time)
    Weakness and fatigue also along with depression
    Cancer of the throat or cancer of the voice box
    Liver failure
    Kidney infection and failure
    Heart failure, heart arrhythmia, angina
    Death caused by heart attack or heart failure; lung collapse; internal bleeding, stroke, kidney failure, liver failure; pancreatitis, gastric rupture, perforated ulcer, depression and suicide. Stunted growth
    Endocrine disorder, leading to cessation of periods in girls (amenorrhoea)
    Decreased libido; impotence in males
    Starvation symptoms, such as reduced metabolism, slow heart rate (bradycardia), hypotension, hypothermia and anemia
    Abnormalities of mineral and electrolyte levels in the body
    Thinning of the hair
    Growth of lanugo hair over the body
    Constantly feeling “cold”
    Zinc deficiency
    Reduction in white blood cell count
    Reduced immune system function
    Pallid complexion and sunken eyes
    Creaking joints and bones
    Collection of fluid in ankles during the day and around eyes during the night
    Tooth decay
    Dry skin
    Dry or chapped lips
    Poor circulation, resulting in common attacks of ‘pins and needles’ and purple extremities
    In cases of extreme weight loss, there can be nerve deterioration, leading to difficulty in moving the feet
    Brittle fingernails
    Bruising easily

  4. girl about town said :

    Anorexia or the liquid diet that Beyonce was on for dream girls.

  5. cc m said :

    PLEASE don’t try any of those. I am right now trying to get over anorexia. It may start as a weight thing, but it quickly escalates into a psychological thing. Just eat healthy.

  6. wannabefree said :

    throwing up


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