How to lose weight fast

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I’m current 5 ft 4, and I weigh 65kg ( my stomach is quite big )
I really want to go down to 55kg ( my original weight before Covid )
I have tried calorie defects and even some diets such as keto but they’re not even working
Any tips sill be useful
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Is it also possible to lose 10kg by August?
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I say that you should embrace those 10kg's.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Is it also possible to lose 10kg by August?
No it is not possible to do that and it's very unhealthy to attempt it
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Just do cardio 4-5 times a week and eat a calorie deficit with little sugar.
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I have tried calorie defects and even some diets such as keto but they’re not even working
You mustn't be doing them right then
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I’m current 5 ft 4, and I weigh 65kg
I really want to go down to 55kg
How old are you?
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Aw babe you are tiny! I remember when I was your weight I thought I was big but now I look back at photos and can’t believe how tiny I was haha.
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How old are you?
19 nearly 20
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Is it also possible to lose 10kg by August?
The aim should be to lose weight in a healthy and sustainable way, not quickly! Up to 1kg a week would be the right thing.

Use an online calculator to find out what calorie deficit you should be in, and achieve that by exercise and what you eat.

Don't go for fad diets, skipping meals or cutting out whole food groups. Do reduce intake of overly-processed foods and sugary snacks and drinks, though allow yourself the occasional treat. Make your own meals, then you know what is going into them. Stay hydrated.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaO3JJwxE88
Watch this don't think you'll be loosing 10kg by august (in a healthy way)
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