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helloooo whats the fastest healthiest way to lose all that weight and how long do you think it'll take?
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helloooo whats the fastest healthiest way to lose all that weight and how long do you think it'll take?
15kg? Healthily, possibly a year. Since you don't consider a year fast enough don't bother with it.
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Well for starters, bump up your water intake to around a gallon per day. After a couple weeks, your body will have flushed out all the extra salt you're retaining and, because your body now expects water, it will stop retaining salt. You tend to retain when you don't drink too much water and that extra salt is a way for your body to keep hold of water. Unfortunately this can bloat you. You'd be surprised just by doing this for a month how different you can look: stomach flatter, face not a puffy, etc.

Cardio Acceleration between weight training sets also works wonders as well
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15kg? Healthily, possibly a year. Since you don't consider a year fast enough don't bother with it.
really? i lost like 8 in one summer just from high intensity exercise and plenty of food. i was fine, never felt better actually
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Well for starters, bump up your water intake to around a gallon per day. After a couple weeks, your body will have flushed out all the extra salt you're retaining and, because your body now expects water, it will stop retaining salt. You tend to retain when you don't drink too much water and that extra salt is a way for your body to keep hold of water. Unfortunately this can bloat you. You'd be surprised just by doing this for a month how different you can look: stomach flatter, face not a puffy, etc.

Cardio Acceleration between weight training sets also works wonders as well
woahh thats a lot of water like 4 litres ? will def give this a try after exams and can hit the gym finally. thank you so much!!
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Buy 15 1kg bags of sugar and drop them
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helloooo whats the fastest healthiest way to lose all that weight and how long do you think it'll take?
Please don't seek to lose weight extremely quickly.
I struggle with anorexia and it starts with starting 'eating healthy' and it quickly spirals out of control.
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helloooo whats the fastest healthiest way to lose all that weight and how long do you think it'll take?
I guess you just gotta make sure that you're burning more calories than you are eating. If you can, make use of a fitness tracker/watch that tracks the calories you burn passively or doing exercise. One thing I wouldn't bother with is watching what you eat exactly. You can eat anything you want, you only have to pay attention to your caloric intake. Then you can measure how many calories over or under you are based on your level of activity. Drink lots of water when thirsty (and maybe even when you aren't) as this can fill you up and prevent binge eating. Go for long and slow runs/walks as unfortunately, short ones are best for fitness rather than weight loss. Get to school/college/work by walking or cycling. I think that's probably your best bet if you want it done quickly. Happy dieting.
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Most places I read say you should be able to manage 1KG a week more or less, with eating well, in deficit, being active etc.

The water stuff is true, you'll shed a kg or 2 of water alone when your body stops holding onto excess.

(I've lost about 8 KG in the last 3 weeks, but a fair bit of of that is water and me being on a strict diet)
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woahh thats a lot of water like 4 litres ? will def give this a try after exams and can hit the gym finally. thank you so much!!
Its not as hard as you think. Just fill up 4x 1litre bottles and try and drink a 1/4 - 1/2 every hour. People forget that the body loses 2-2.5 litres of water on just an average day. So drinking half a gallon just replaces this. The extra 2 litres goes to actually making sure your body is working at it's best. Rather than just replacing water and it doing nothing else, the extra can do things like aid digestion, clear up and hydrate skin, make your hair more hydrated and full, etc.
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helloooo whats the fastest healthiest way to lose all that weight and how long do you think it'll take?
first of all make sure the weight u r tryna get to aint unhealthy
so um my tips are lots of walking and chloe ting workouts and hit the gym if u can as regularly as possible 3-4 times a week or more. take breaks when u need
for diet I'd say like oats/granola and a lot of fruit for breakfast, for lunch a big salad, and for dinner, some quinoa, grilled chicken, roast vegetables, lot's of vegetables, no snacking on unhealthy things, snack on fruits and veggies. Cut out sugar and sugary drinks
and drink lots of waterrrrrrrrr
meditate/yoga if u want and practise a lot of self care <3
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Fastest way? Limb amputations, the more, the quicker.
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Most places I read say you should be able to manage 1KG a week more or less, with eating well, in deficit, being active etc.

The water stuff is true, you'll shed a kg or 2 of water alone when your body stops holding onto excess.

(I've lost about 8 KG in the last 3 weeks, but a fair bit of of that is water and me being on a strict diet)
Sounds about right. I heard it as 2 pounds (so around 1kg) a week is what is regarding as losing weight healthily. The first week or 2 you're always going to have a massive drop, but that's mainly water weight
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You need to take to heart the truth that there is no way to quickly lose lots of weight.
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Please don't seek to lose weight extremely quickly.
I struggle with anorexia and it starts with starting 'eating healthy' and it quickly spirals out of control.
^^^ THIS. Prsom
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Losing weight takes time. If you don’t want it to be a temporary thing where you gain it all back once you eat properly then do it the healthy way. Good things can take time.
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helloooo whats the fastest healthiest way to lose all that weight and how long do you think it'll take?
Losing weight to quickly can lead to long-term repurcussions, physically and mentally.
I currently need a dietitian to help me eat 'normally'.
Perhaps you could try to find one, they're really helpful and they'll help you lose weight over a longer period of time.
Rapid weight loss can make you feel extremely cold like I do. It can also result in brain shrinkage if you starve yourself for prolonged periods.
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15kg?? Or 5kg??
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Impossible to lose so much weight within very short time.

Not healthy but liposuction is a solution but consult your GP.
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