How much weight will in lose if you just eat soup for 2 weeks?
That depends entirely on how many calories there is in all that soup you've eaten. If it' about the same as your regular diet- then you won't lose anything.
This is an ineffective way to lose weight, because you will not lose much fat, and you will put on fat more quickly when you restart your regular eating habits. If you want to… lose fat, stop eating carbohydrate dense, processed foods. If it's in a box, carton or packet it's often bad. Stick to lean proteins, fruits and veggies and exercise often. You simply cannot lose weight and maintain your weight loss in the long run without changing your eating habits altogether. . When your body stops getting food it goes into a starvation mode and saves fat. The weight you will lose (not much) will be mostly water and muscle tissue. This is bad because not only will you have to start eating again, but since you now have less muscle, and therefore a slower metabolism than when you began fasting, you will gain even more fat on top of the fat that your body stored while you fasted. The only time your body will start burning noticeable amounts of fat is when it can no longer burn muscle proteins as a fuel source. However, this will only happen you're close to death. . Rather than starve yourself, you will do far better to strictly limit or eliminate (apart from the occasional treat) refined (processed) carbohydrates. If you are unsure what refined (processed) carbohydrates are, see the related link for a list. If you couple this will frequent, cardio exercise, you should lose weight. . I tried it. I must say I do not have an addictive personality or focus much on my body or looks. I did it in an attempt to try to understand what a friend of mine was going through. I started at 176lbs and the initial weight loss was quick, probably due to emptying my body of the waste over the first couple of days. I drank only water and tea with milk and one sugar. I did my normal work involving moderate exercise and lost 11lbs. Unexpected symptoms nearing the 7th day were: flickering vision and problems focusing my eyes, giddiness, and fatigue. Please note: Half the weight was back on within a couple of days. Losing weight fast is not a viable method for people who need to lose weight, and is definitely very dangerous to people who want to lose only a bit of weight. . You may lose a little bit of weight by starving yourself for a week because you body will become so hungry that it will start to eat fat and muscle tissue. You will likely also feel weak, tired, irritable, and sick because you are not consuming necessary calories or vitamins. This will also make your metabolism slow down, which will hinder current and future weight loss plans. After your fasting period, you are likely to gain much of the weight you may have lost back. . Actually, if you starve yourself for long enough your metabolism will go into "starvation mode" and slow down. This is why many recovering anorexics gain more weight back than they originally had before the eating disorder. . If you're really going to do the drastic, scary weight loss strategy, eat a small amount every day, divided into four or five small snacks. An intake of a small portion of food every few hours throughout the day will speed up your metabolism, and you should still lose weight in a very small amount of time because of the substantial decrease in calories. . The real reason why people gain weight after fasting (starving) is because they go straight to heavy foods that requires a lot of chemical reactions to take place at once to break it down and your stomach just isn't used to that after starving it for prolonged periods of time. When you do start to eat its best to start of with small foods like soup and smoothies. Don't eat big meals. You have to let your body get used to eating again and exercise, but not extreme amounts, is recommended to keep the weight off. . From personal experience, I would not recommend not eating anything. I went from 235 - 205 in the last month by sticking to the following meal plan: I don't eat breakfast. I eat a small cup of chunk light tuna (3 oz or so) for lunch and drink plenty of water throughout the day. I hit the gym and do plenty of cardio exercise (cardio exercise the key to major weight loss because it burns lots of fat). For dinner I have perhaps a cup of soup, a small piece of chicken, or nothing. No, its not healthy at all, but not eating anything is not very smart and is incredibly difficult to do. I have not felt fatigued, nor have I had any health problems of which I am aware. . I would like to add that I drastically cut down on calories for around 2 weeks for my birthday party. I lost a stone (14 pounds) in 2 weeks and I actually still ate, just very little. I started eating again (not quite normally, but around 1500 calories a day) and I haven't gained any of it back at all. I'm really happy with my weight now, and eat three healthy meals a day, just small amounts each meal. . If you're going to give up food for a week, try going on the Lemonade Diet; by going on the Lemonade Diet, your body won't be starved and you'll cleans your system. You can lose up to 20 pounds if you stay on the diet for 10 days.
Answer . Your body needs all sorts of vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals that you simply won't get from just eating cottage cheese for two weeks. You will start feelin…g sluggish, weak, disoriented and probably worse after just one week on a diet like that. It's also not sustainable in the long term - it's not going to help you become healthy or keep you healthy. Losing weight is a matter of balance. You body needs a certain amount of calories a day to maintain your current weight. Any more calories then that and you gain weight, any fewer and you will lose weight. Fitday.com, The dailyplate.com and many other FREE online websites can help you find out what your current calorie maintenance level is. A safe number of weight to lose is 1 to 2 lbs a week depending on how heavy you are. The weight didn't come all at once and it's not going to leave all at once either. In order to lose 1lb a week you need to eat 500 fewer calories a day then your maitenance level. 2lb means you need to eat 1000 calories fewer a day. You can do this by eating less or by exercsing more. You can do this in a healthy fashion. . Answer . I think if you would eat food like that for that long you would get sick but it is only my idea of what would happen. And a little bit off reaserch you should reaserch the food's you eat.. Answer . For one thing ur gonna get sick a two your thighs are gonna get fat!
That depends on how may calories there is in the soup as compared with your regular diet. If it's about the same, then you won't lose any.
The weight you lose will be mainly water and will soon come back when you begin to live again. It would be best to change your lifestyle to something including balanced, porti…oned meals and at least 30 minutes of exercise a day.
You can loose some pounds, but after that week. What would you do then?
Depends, if your an average adult you'll need around 2000-3000 cals a day (4000for teens and growing kids) by eating 500 cals a day you should lose 6-10pounds in two weeks if …your an average adult (or an inactive teen/child), or 14 pounds if your active or growing. Although dieting while growing is not recommended Apound of fat is around 3500cals The problem is your body will adapt to the lower calories and eventually it'll learn to run with less (although 500cals a day is impossible) and so you must combine dieting with excercise if you want the new weight to stay
I reckon you could lose between 1.5 - 2 stone, depends on your build and how overweight you are.. I'm going to try not eating for a fortnight to, just drinking water and goin… out for walks. =D
Yes, in theory, you can! You lose weight when you consume less calories than you use over time. Eating less will mean less calories being consumed, and walking will mean yo…u are burning more calories. Make sure you continue to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, and low fat dairy products. You should be eating less saturated fats and foods without nutrients (like a lot of desserts and high calorie drinks). Substitute those foods for fruit with yogurt and water.
yes you will ! i done that and the weight fell off, but as soon as you eat normally again, then you will pil eon the pounds :)
If you eat less than 1000 calories a day your body can actually gain weight because it is either affected by the change or the central nevus system senses that your getting we…aker and puts out the stored fat in your lower intestine. So the answer to that is you'll probably just gain more weight than before.
How much weight could you lose in 2 weeks folloeing this diet of just eating one big meal once a day?
Not much I think. Chances are you'll put on more weight because the body'll assume you've moved to some place where there's no food available and it must stock up now just inc…ase. If you're so hot on losing weight drastically, try not having carbs after sunset. The body's metabolism is high while the sun is up and just before, so this is a good time to eat. After sunset its rest and sleep or eating during this time means digestion is slower so fat retention is higher. Also, finding out the root cause of weight gain in the first place, really helps. Info at the link below; . http://www.energy-treatments.com/holistic healing/holistic weight loss gain/holistic weight gain loss treatment.html
You may or may not lose weight. However, I don't recommend it. Even if you did lose weight you WILL put it back on again when you return to normal eating. You are also starv…ing your body of key nutrients and vitamins which you need to be healthy, and survive. . If I ate cheese sandwiches for one week I would gain weight . Most people would. Eating cheese sandwiches is not the way to lose weight. You would be eating fat too many refined (processed) carbohydrates. Refined (processed) carbohydrates are a major cause of weight gain and obesity.
It's more about calories in vs. calories out. If you are eatinglight soups and the total calorie count is less than the amount ofcalories that you burn, then you will lose wei…ght.
you could lose about 5 to 7 pounds just by not eating chocolate
You can lose a fair amount of weight, however I would not recommendthis. Forcing yourself not to eat can cause bad health problems andyou won't feel like exercising.
You might gain the weight of a coffin. Dieting through starvation is dangerous, harmful, often counterproductive, and definitely not recommended. Rather, you should diet gra…dually, not skipping meals altogether; and allow a week for every 1-2 pounds you want to lose. Here's a program for the period in which you want to lose weight: Plenty of moderate aerobic exercise, no sweetened liquids at all, and no junk food at all. Preferably no sugar, and as little added salt and processed foods as possible. Eat 3 not-large-portioned meals/day; do not skip breakfast; and avoid sweet snacks. Limit your calories (better to consult a doctor or nutritionist concerning the amount), and weigh yourself 2-3 times/week. Ignore the sensation of hunger. If you see your weight diminishing at a safe , reasonable rate (1-2 pounds/week), keep it up. Once you've reached your target weight, increase your calorie intake somewhat. And you can then have small amounts of sweetened foods or junk food on occasion (if at all), along with your regular foods (not instead of them). But keep checking your weight 2-3 times/week. Avoid crash diets, diet pills etc. Avoid fatty cuts of meat. Walk as much as possible. Bicycling and swimming are good too. More guidelines: Don't concentrate on specific foods so much as on a balanced, healthy diet plus exercise. Plenty of moderate exercise rather than intense exercise, which can damage your joints. Good nutrition means eating what your body needs, while ingesting as few harmful things as possible. It has also been described as getting enough of each of the major food categories (grains, fruits, vegetables, protein, dairy, etc.; plus plenty of water). This will vary somewhat from one person to another; and I don't believe that there's any universal diet that can be prescribed for everyone. Avoid best-sellers with their perennial fad diets. And think twice before using any dietary supplements or weight-loss pills. In general, one's starting point can be a menu of whole grains, whole-wheat bread, a good amount of vegetables, some fruits and nuts, fish, lean meats (in not-large amounts), and some dairy. However, this must be tweaked according to one's health, weight and other factors at the outset; and also adjusted over time, as one sees what works for him/her in particular. Also...whenever you feel queasy, nauseous, constipated or otherwise not completely well, try to remember what you've eaten over the last several hours or the last day. This is one method of adjusting one's food habits.