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Too rapid weight quickstart loss?

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May 25, 2019 / By Vonda
Question: I want to lose 8lbs in two weeks hiking, last year that happened because my family was at the lake and we swam all day and I lost tons. For the following weeks after that I would just like to slow it down and lose 1-2 lbs a week. I don't see how its dangerous because I would be eating a very will considerable amount. I want to keep the weight off. I just need a lil jumpstart.
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Shannon Shannon | 7 days ago
Let's be honest: you don't need a jumpstart, you want one. You are impatient and want to see a rapid weight loss right away. Instead of trying to figure out how to "jumpstart" this, just start it. I have seen too many people refuse to start a weight loss program until they jumpstart it with some perfect cleanse or detox or whatever...and so they end up never starting at all.
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Shannon Originally Answered: Does anyone have any tips for rapid weight loss?
First of all you should change the way you think! If you start to change your life NOW you can lose a lot of weight until school starts but also think past that! You don't HAVE to be at your dream weight when school started. Think about how your friends will congratulate you on your ongoing weight loss while you are at school. Live healthy and get moving. Here's a link with easy and free tips to get you started! http://proven-fitness-tips.blogspot.com/ It's all about "going natural" and if you keep it up you will STAY fit and healthy for the rest of your life. Good luck! Hope that helped.

Oriana Oriana
When you start a weight loss via calorie restriction and/or increased exercise, you can lose a lot of weight initially because your body will store less glycogen and water in your tissues when you decrease calories, which could have been the reason you lost 8 lbs last time. Normally though, 2 lbs/week is the upper limit of healthy weight loss. I think you'll be fine if you lose 8 pounds in the first 2 weeks, however. Good luck!
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Makeda Makeda
The best way to lose weight is by consuming fewer calories than you expend or conversely, by expending more calories than you consume. tips for loosing weight efficiently- 1. Drink water-Water is quite possibly the single most important catalyst in losing weight and keeping it off longer term.Drinking water ice cold burns about 62 calories a day. Your body has to work to raise that waters temperature to your body's temperature. This equals around 430 calories per week. 2. Eat regularly-This means eating 5 times a day and the most important meal is breakfast.Make sure you fuel your body first thing in the morning to avoid hunger pangs later in the day 3. Eat lots of fibre-Eating adequate fiber foods to help keep things moving through your bowel. And like water, fiber rich foods bulk you up and make you feel fuller for longer. 4. Consume more good fats-There are good fats and bad fats.Good fats provide you with essential fatty acids (linoleic and linolenic acids) needed for normal reproduction and growth, as well as for production of prostoglandin, a hormone like compound that regulates blood pressure, prevents blood clotting and lowers the risk of heart disease. Only tips for you, you can try or not
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Kiera Kiera
if you re having trouble getting started make a small move such as starting an eating log or buying walking shoes you re three times more likely to follow through if you start with small gestures such as these
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Jamesina Jamesina
Avoid eating while rading listening songs and watching tv at your home or keep by kepping your hands busy
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Eowyn Eowyn
do your grocery shopping with a list and a time limit that way you re less likely to stray into the processed foods section
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Eowyn Originally Answered: Can I take 6 Zantrex-3 Rapid Weight Loss a day?
No, that would not be a good idea. It can significantly increase your heart rate, it can make you need to urinate frequently, it can cause liver damage, it can damage your thyroid gland, it can cause dizziness and fainting, it can be addictive, and it can even kill you. Do not do that. You are already at a good weight. Just eat a sensible diet and continue with your exercise and you will be fine. Read here. http://www.ehow.com/facts_4826157_negati... http://www.livestrong.com/article/33001-...

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