Hello, how can i lose weight quick?!
I stuck relegiously to it for 3 months and lose 7 pound. I have quite a lot to lose so i thought i would lose more.The main problem was i ended up with too much uric acid in the blood and now my joints are painful but im going to try fast tract hypnosis. Keeping my fingers crossed.My friend also tried it and only lost 3 pound in a month.
edit this is something i read
I should know. I'm an idiot.
I bought the Fat Loss 4 Idiots program a few years ago (Actually, I think it was called "Weight Loss 4 Idiots" then). I was tempted by their claim that I could "lose 9 pounds in 11 days" by "eating foods that I choose". I was excited to fork over my money and begin my journey to weight loss success.
What happened? Well, when I tried to select my foods, I was presented with a list of food choices, many of which I didn't like. Despite what they'll tell you in the advertisements, this is a high protein low carb diet. And I'm a vegetarian. There were many "fake meat" products to choose from, but I don't like those either.
Still, I thought that I might be able to substitute foods that I did like and somehow apply the principle of the diet. I didn't like what I saw. Other review sites will tell you that you get to eat "4 square meals a day" on the Fat Loss 4 Idiots program. But this isn't entirely true. You do get to eat four meals a day. However, the "meals" consist of one food only. How much of any one food can a person eat? Not much.
What about all the additional information that comes with the program? There was not a single piece of information on that site which I hadn't already heard from a free source.
Fat Loss 4 Idiots only works because it is a very low calorie, low carb diet. However, it's just that. A diet. It doesn't teach you how to properly eat so that you don't gain weight when you go off the diet. It's likely that this is just a temporary solution.
The weight will come back.
The reality is that losing weight permanently isn't easy and it doesn't happen overnight. I know that's not a popular sentiment, but it's the truth. You are much better off making healthy changes over time that become a permanent part of your life.
Shannon Tani is a former fattie, who weighed over 220lbs. She has currently lost over 70lbs. One day she realized that people would rather hear dieting advice from someone who's "been there, done that" than a boring old doctor who's never been fat a day in his life. So she started the website Better Off Fat to share her experiences and ideas.
It's never healthy to yo-yo diet, or to lose weight "quick." It's usually just water weight you lose, and you're then dehydrated and "gain" it back just as fast.
First, don't eat anything past a certain time at night -- like don't eat past 7:30pm. Don't eat anything like ice cream or any heavy carbs or proteins at night either.
Eat breakfast, and a healthy one! Never skip a meal. Eat frequent small portions throughout the day, like every 2-4 hours, make sure to eat something -- healthy and filling.
Keep your portions small, and never get seconds. Sit when you eat, and in silence, not in front of the TV. It's been proven eating in front of the TV or while doing something else makes you eat faster and eat more than you normally would -- plus you don't take the time to actually taste and enjoy your food, and digest it properly. Chewing is part of the digestion process. Take time to chew.
Drink water, water, water. Water is my main drink. Eliminate caffeine. Don't drink any soda. Eliminate alcohol (empty calories).
Watch out for trans fats. Don't eat fast food - period. Prepare most of your own food if you can. Prepare in advance to take to work/school (packing your own lunches, breakfast if that's the case). Don't eat out at restaurants too often. Watch what you order and pack away half of the meal in the beginning of the meal in a take-home container. They always give you way too much food. Ask for all dressings on the side, and your meat grilled, veggies steamed, nothing fried.
Start there -- diet is all about a lifestyle/habit CHANGE for GOOD. Make a commitment for life. And exercise! Do activities you love to do, learn to love healthy food -- get creative with it so you are excited about it, and see how you feel after you eat well -- you feel good as opposed to disgusting after a heavy, fatty, fried meal.
Running! Sit-ups don't make you loose wait you just earn muscle, but running burns fat and calories, also a website would be weightwatchers.com