I want to lose a lot of weight as fast as possible.

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Try a k-pop diet you lose a kilo a day,and do the excersize Chloe Tings.
However:losing weight quickly isn't that healthy so be careful
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Drink a lot of water. As for other tips, it's the usual. Avoid sugar and transfat food
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Losing weight fast isn't healthy. Slowly is better. Stay safe.
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(Original post by Chocolatecakexx)
Try a k-pop diet you lose a kilo a day,and do the excersize Chloe Tings.
However:losing weight quickly isn't that healthy so be careful
(Original post by Ki Yung Na)
Drink a lot of water. As for other tips, it's the usual. Avoid sugar and transfat food
Thank you
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Caloric deficit. Slow results are permanent.
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Intermittent Fasting
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Do you actually need to lose weight?

If you genuinely do, a safe rate is 0.5-1kg a week. Suggestions of a kilo a day are rubbish!
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No. Do not do this. There is no good reason reason for doing this.

You will only damage your health.

What's more, it’s not effective: losing weight quickly (by fasting etc.) will cause you to reduce your muscle mass, rather than fat. Your metabolic rate will slump and you will become sluggish and lethargic. Your weight will then increase again, but you’ll feel worse than you did when you started.

Please do it slowly and healthy; consult your GP/the NHS website.

Dieting/exercising to lose weight is about a change of lifestyle. I would therefore recommend that you eat a healthy diet (one that you might feasibly, healthily, continue with indefinitely – you can’t do this with fasting etc.!), in addition to strength-training and a daily walk/run.

I hope this helps.
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A raging crack habit should work rather efficiently
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Count calories.

Look up a TDDE(total daily energy expenditure) calculator and reduce by 500-1000 calories per day.

3500 calories = 1lb lost. 7700 calories = 1kg lost
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