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Which is the best diet Plan to lose weight quickly?

should i go to the gym everyday?
what are the best foods to eat?
what are the worst foods to eat?
how long should i spend in the gym?

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3 Responses to “Which is the best diet Plan to lose weight quickly?”

  1. Vernita B said :

    Try the FATSMASH diet.

    Workout everyday.
    Drink 8 glasses of water a day.

  2. malfox65 said :

    everyother day
    low carb, low fat – lots of fruits and veggies
    anything with more than 5 ingredients or anything you can pronounce
    45 minutes 3-5 times a week – alternate your workout each time.

  3. bluto blutarsky2 said :

    Diets are ALL bad for you.

    Why? All of them will tell you the next new “fad” to lose weight quickly doing “x” and you will see short term results. The truth of the matter is that in the long term you will actually GAIN more weight.

    This is because your body will not be getting proper nutrients and might break down muscle which in turn speeds up your metabolism. and people go “off” diets because no one can maintain one forever, it isn’t about willpower it is about giving your body the basic substances and nutrients your body needs.

    There is a reason why your body craves sweets, because the natural sugars in fruits and some vegetables are good for you. However with refined sugar and worse sugar substitutes (like the diabetes causing High Fructose Corn Syrup) food companies have taken advantage of your “natural” sweet tooth that would lead you to healthy berries and fruits, and used it to trick your body into wanting junk.

    Bottom line is that there is NO SHORTCUT. The problem is that we americans are always looking for one, there is none here, actually there is, proper nutrition.

    The two main things to avoid are Trans Fats and High Fructose Corn Syrup.

    Not all fats are bad for you- poly and monounsaturated fats are actually GOOD for you. (found in nuts and olive oil).

    Educate yourself about nutrition. you need to make a LIFELONG change in your eating habits, that doesn’t mean you can never have pizza or cookies, it means you have them very very sparingly and maybe make sure to pick the healthier (or less unhealthy versions) versions of them.

    as for the gym, well that depneds on your overall fitness goals.
    If you are looking to lose weight, the best thing to do is to focus on a good mix of HIIT (high intensity interval training- the absolute best form of cardio for weigth loss)*. This should be combined with circuit training** to build lean muscle. You actually burn more calories because of weightlifting than you do from cardio but you do need both. cardio burns more while actually doing the excercise, but weights continues to burn for up to 48 hours after, while cardio does not.

    HIIT is kind of a hybrid and circuit training is also kind of a hybrid as well.

    I suggest you focus on what you eat primarily, that is absolutely most of the game, you can lose weight by eating healthy and not going to the gym, but you absolutely can’t lose weight by eating like crap and going to the gym, It is simply a fact that it takes longer to burn it off with excercise than it does to take it in.

    I suggest you look at nutrition books and judge for yourself. A good one is Eat Drink and be Healthy, the Harvard Medical School Guide to Healthy Eating. It is simply a nutrition information book that challenges the old food pyramid with a “healthy eating” pyramid.

    *HIIT is doing periods of all out sprinting followed by periods of jogging or “rest” cycles. Ideally you should be looking to have your “sprint” periods be equal to or twice the time of your rest periods. shoot for about a minuite of each at first if you can do it.

    ** circuit training is doing a set of excercises, for different body parts (usually a full body workout) while taking little or no rest in between (about 10-30 seconds). You don’t do a set number of sets in a row, you do one set of each excercise in your routine, then quickly move to the next. After you have done one of each (with only 10-30 seconds rest inbetween each) you take a 1-2 minuite break then do it all again. Start with 3 circuits, then work up to 4 or 5.


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