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How can you lose five pounds in one week?

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2011-07-25 14:43:04

  • If you mix ginger, honey, lemon juice, and water, and drink

    this when hungry (rather than have food) you might lose a few

    pounds in the first few days.

  • The bast way to lose weight fast is not to eat. It sounds

    stupid and unhealthy but drink a lot of water walk a lot and

    workout and don't eat. Just be careful what you eat when you start

    again or all the weight will come back.

  • Lots of cardio exercise, or cardio sports, and a change of

    eating habits. You may wish to check with your physician or medical

    adviser before significantly changing your exercise or eating

    habits.

  • To lose a certain amount of weight in a week is simple. All you

    have to do is stick to a diet, no candies, no sweet juices, no

    fatty foods. Also, you have to exercise daily for at least 30

    minutes. Some people may lose five pounds in one week. Other people

    may lose far less. It depends how much you have to lose and how

    much effort you put in.

  • Cardio exercise 2 hours per day for 5 days. If you have WiiFit,

    you can do every exercise in it and perhaps lose 5 pounds. And also

    try walking off you belly fat.

  • Exercise 2 hours a day for 5 days, and you may have lost 5

    pounds. If you have WiiFit, you can do every exercise in it and you

    may lose 5 pounds.

  • If you have a lot of weight to lose, by changing your eating

    habits and by engaging in lots of cardio exercise or cardio

    activity it is possible to lose 5 pounds in one week. If you are

    only a few pounds overweight, however, 5 pounds in one week is

    unrealistic and it is better to aim for 5 pounds in two weeks. For

    more information about how to lose 5 pounds, and the free

    lists and cardio plans to get you started or to

    take you further, see the page links, further down this page,

    listed under Related Questions.

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