Only if you chop yourself in half.
Doctors and dieticians recommend losing weight gradually, allowing a whole month for every 4 to 8 pounds you want to lose. Do not starve yourself, or skip meals, or try throwing up. A cycle of diminished physical fitness will happen if you diet too quickly (too drastically). As soon as you ease up on a drastic diet, your weight will balloon up once again.
The most important thing is avoiding junk foods and sweetened drinks such as soda. Try to avoid refined flour and pasta, processed foods, fried foods, and fatty cuts of meat. Cut down on added sugar and added salt. Even for people who are not trying to lose weight, it is recommended to have no more than about 6 teaspoons of sugar per day (and many processed foods contain sugar, corn syrup or the like).
Eat 3 not-large-portioned meals per day; do not skip breakfast; and avoid sugary snacks. If you want a snack, try (for example) an apple or a handful of unsalted nuts.
Limit your calories (best to consult a doctor or nutritionist concerning the amount), and weigh yourself at the same time each day, 2-3 times per week. If you see your weight diminishing at a safe, reasonable rate (1-2 pounds/week), keep it up.
Once you've reached your goal, increase your calorie intake somewhat, so that you can maintain your present weight. And you can then have small amounts of sweetened foods or junk food on occasion (if at all), along with your regular healthy foods. But keep checking your weight 2-3 times/week.
Avoid crash-diets, fad diets, diet pills, etc. These may be harmful, and need not be considered by people who have adopted an otherwise healthy diet.
Don't concentrate on specific foods so much as on a balanced, healthy diet plus exercise.
Healthy 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, in healthy forms (grains, fruits, vegetables, protein, dairy, etc.; plus plenty of water).
In general, an example of a healthy starting point could be a menu of whole-grain foods and bread, a good amount of vegetables, legumes, some fruits and nuts, fish, lean meats in not-large amounts, and some dairy. However, this may need adjusting according to one's lifestyle, age, health, weight and other factors at the outset; and also later, as one sees what works for him/her in particular.
In addition to the diet described above, try to get plenty of moderate aerobic exercise (intense exercise may damage your joints). It isn't essential to join a gym; you can do sit-ups, pushups, dumbbell-lifting, jumping-jacks, and many other basic exercises at home. Walk as much as possible. Bicycling and swimming are good too. Even for people who are not trying to lose weight, being active helps your digestion, your circulation, and other body processes, and will help improve your mood.
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 factor in adjusting one's food habits.
Disclaimer: Sensible diet plans such as the one above may be good for most people, but there are exceptions. Some people with complications such as glandular or other disorders, may find the above plan to be insufficient. If one keeps gaining weight despite eating healthily, professional advice may be needed.
No you can't. That would be an aggressive diet plan for a year.
Not if you like being alive.
You cannot lose 200 pounds in one week.
You can not lose 30 pounds in a week.
Unless you get gastric bypass you can't lose that much in one week. Even if you starve yourself.
No, you cannot lose 70 pounds of body fat in one week.
No, you cannot lose 50 pounds of body weight in one week. It is not possible.
No, it is not possible to lose 50 pounds of body fat in one week.
You cannot lose 100 pounds of body fat or body weight in one week.
You cannot lose 12 stone (which is 168 pounds) in one week.
You cannot lose 30 pounds of body fat in one week.
It is nearly impossible for a person to lose 5kg in one week. A person can lose up to 2kg in a week through rigorous diet and exercise.
It is impossible, by any natural means, to lose 94 pounds or anything like that in one week.
You cannot lose 30 pounds of body fat in one week by any natural means.
You are not supposed to lose 23 pounds in one week. It is simply not possible.
No, you cannot lose 80 pounds in one week by any natural means.
You cannot lose 26 pounds in one week by any natural means.
You cannot lose 35 pounds of body fat in one week. It is not possible by any natural means.
You cannot lose 100 pounds in one week by any natural means. It is simply not possible.
No, you cannot lose 2 stone of body fat in one week by any natural means.
I am sorry to disappoint you but there is no natural way to lose 35 pounds in one week.
How much one can expect to lose per week will vary depending on the amount of exercise and the type of diet. On average, a person could lose one to two pounds per week without damaging his or her body.
One to two pounds a week.
Have a limb amputated. No really, you didn't gain 70 pounds in one week, how can you expect to lose it in one week? It would be aggressive to try and lose 70 pounds in 6 months. That would be 3 pounds a week and that is very hard!
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