In practice, a year or more, allowing for some breaks and plateaus. Aim to lose 0.5-1 kg a week, this gives you the best chance to maintain your new weight when you finish. Do this by combining diet and exercise, you need to create an "energy deficit", so you burn more calories than you eat.
Aim to burn roughly 2500 calories in exercise a week above your normal daily routine, if you're a gym member cardio machines like the cross-trainer are the best way. This may require you to get fitter first - a strong and healthy body can burn more calories, and so makes it easier to lose weight. Out of shape and overweight is the most difficult place to start from, but it is possible, it just requires persistence. Getting fit may make you gain a little weight first, as muscle is heavier than fat, but it's necessary to give you the tools you need. Your results will vary with the amount of time you put in, if you don't have a full-time job you can spend more time getting fit and burning calories, and so you can lose the weight faster.
In diet, count your calories, and be honest! Eat balanced, healthy meals, and preferably consult a nutritionist. Use small amounts of intense flavors to suppres sweet cravings - very strong Dark Chocolate in 10g chunks a few times a day works well. Banish biscuits, cakes and other sugary sweet stuff from your house so you can't be tempted. Watch your carbohydrate intake carefully - potatoes, white rice, white bread are all bad and should be eaten in moderation. Avoid junk food, except on rare occasions (1-2 times a month at most). Focus on proteins, salads, fresh vegetables, and fruit. Anything cooked contains 20-30% more calories than the same food raw. Eating small amounts spread over the day is better than 2-3 big meals, it engages your body to spend more energy digesting food. Don't skip meals, a small breakfast will kick your metabolism into gear for the day and allow you to be more active. Watch your alcohol intake as well, alcohol is one of the most calorie rich substances we know after fat and sugar.
Lastly, losing this much weight is a long-term project. Don't expect it to happen overnight, and set realistic, achievable goals for yourself. Your own motivation and commitment is the most essential part to reaching that 30 kg target. Reward yourself when you reach those 5 kg thresholds, but with things other than food... fitting into trousers which haven't fit you in many years is a wonderful feeling, and clothes shopping actually becomes fun as you lose the weight ;)
About a month.
Each person varies with how long it will take to lose 30 pounds. On average, a person can lose around 2 pounds per week. It would take 3.75 weeks to lose 30 pounds with diet and exercise.
it should take at least take two mouths because you can lose 10 pounds imm a month so if you lose 30 it should take you two months people not a year JUST TO LOSE 30 POUNDS REALLY WHO TAKES THAT LONG
I need to lose 18 pounds, how long will it take
Yes, but it would take you a long time to lose a few pounds.
Alot longer than it would take you to excersise it off.
she could lose about 2 lbs a week, that would be a healthy weight loss/
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It's different for everyone, but I would hope it would take at least 6 months.
It would take several months depending on what you do, such as just diet or diet and exercise.
The recommended weight loss is 2 pounds per week. At this rate, it would take you 20 weeks, or 5 months to lose the weight.
if you lost 4 pounds each week and you wanted to lose 40 than you would have to do that for 10 weeks.
In general, it's better to lose weight slowly; most doctors will suggest 1-2 pounds a week. At one pound a week, it would take about a year and a half to lose 71 pounds.
Doing this would make you ill and may be life threatening. IF you are planning to lose 22 KG then do so under medical supervision.
it would take about 2 months and what you would have to do is watch what you eat and how much of it you eat. You would also have to exersize, like walk 2-3 miles a day and do as many crunches as you can until u are so worn out. By the crunches it would lose your stomack fat if you had that and by walking that would lose your waist size and your legs. Also eat only about 1200 calories in a day and keep it pretty healthy.
The suggested weight loss is approximately 2 pounds per week. At that rate, it would take you 20 weeks to lose 40 pounds.
You should NOT take laxatives to lose weight as it is dangerous to your health. You don't lose fat by taking them, but you do lose valuable fluids and essential nutrients.
About 25 weeks with a healthy diet and exercise.
That depends on the density of whatever you are measuring. 120 kilos of feathers would take up a lot of room; 120 kilos of lead not so much. I suppose I should mention that I'm assuming you meant kilograms when you said kilos, as many people do. Kilo-quarts or kiloliters would make it a more interesting question.
It's asking a lot of your body to lose so much weight in such a short time. You might become ill trying to lose weight so fast. Take it easy.
This depends on what you do. There is no time frame that could be given because it depends on your size, how many kilos you have to loose to fit into your IBM, your metabolism and most importantly how you go about it. You can go on a crash diet where you will loose really quickely (eg cabbage soup diet) but you will find that it will come back just as quickely as it went and don't be surprised if it is doubled.
It is recommended to lose 2-3 pounds per week. To lose 22 pounds, it may take you 10 weeks or more.
It depends on hpw dedicated you are. If you diet and exercise I would say at least 7 months possibly longer. It may not take as long if you are extremely over wieght.