It must first and always be said that losing weight too quickly is not healthy. However 6 lbs. in one month doesn't seem excessive if you are average size and fairly healthy. Why do you want to lose weight? Is it pounds or inches you want to lose? Are you trying to fit a particular outfit or reach a weight goal??? Sorry if I seem to answer your question with questions, but these are things to consider as you plan your attack! Okay, my advice: I'm sure you know the standard stuff, drink lots of water, cut down on fat and sugar...do that stuff!!!!! Divide your day into the hours you are awake, and every single hour do something for your weight loss goal. If you can do five quick sit-ups, and you are up for 10-12 hours aday this can add up to 50-60 sit-ups a day. If you can only do it twice, that's ten. Either way you're doing them! It doesn't have to be exercise. Take ten seconds, every time you think about it, and crunch the heck out of your abs! Stand up straight, don't hold your breath, and suck in for all you are worth!!!! Do this for ten seconds. You become more aware of this critical area, and you are more likely to stay motivated if you are thinking about it. Eat frequently. Tiny amounts all day. This is a pain, but it helps suppress your appetite and gets your metabolism revved up. But you might have to plan your eating. Look at the food, if it's tiny peices, like sunflower seeds or jelly beans, eat one at a time. Some folks disagree with this, but I think you should weigh yourself frequently, you learn what your "fat" and "skinny" times are, and it keeps you aware of your efforts...Awareness is a huge factor! I don't know how long my answer can be, so I'll stop. VERY BEST OF LUCK TO YOU!!!!! That's excellent advice but I would also suggest cutting down on the refined carbohydrates that you eat - white bread, white pasta etc. And try to make 5-a-day the minimum number of portions of fruit and veg that you eat.
exercise 50x times more and eat the same way. run a mile everyday.
You cannot lose 50 pounds of body fat in one month by any natural means.
Just jump nonstop......that'll work.... You're gonna have to do more then jumping jacks to lose 50 pounds in a month. Also, you have to have surgery to lose that much in a month. If you have a realistic goal like 15 pounds then eat healthier and exercise.
It is unhealthy for any person to try to lose 30 pounds in one month. They can try to lose weight by eating healthier foods, restricting their calorie intake, drinking more water and exercising more often.
Very bad idea. That is two pounds a day is ridiculous and will land you in the hospital. A reasonable rate is more along the lines of 10 to 15 pounds a month.
Not at all! It's unhealthy to gain or lose more than 10 pounds a month.
A healthy weigh loss is one to two pounds per week. If you want to lose weight in a month, you will have to eat less, and exercise more. Take in fewer calories by staying away from high fat, sugary foods.
Not going to happen. Weight loss is not magic, it is eating fewer calories than you burn. With exercise and a sensible diet, you can lose about 2 pounds a week. That is 8 pounds in a month, not 20. If you try starvation, you will lose weigh more slowly.
How much weight are we talking about? It's not safe or practical to lose more than a few pounds a week - or a month for that matter.
hmm... 5kg is 10 pounds so it should be okay. But i would reccommened you to lose 2 pounds per week making it 8 pounds per month because that is healthy. In the end 5kg isn't too bad but don't lost more than 7kg.
Weight loss should be gradual so you don't hurt your body. Try to lose 1 - 2 lbs a week, maybe less because you're still growing. That's 4 - 8 lbs a month. If you lose more than that, you can hurt your inner organs and lose essential nutrients, stunt your growth, and hurt your brain development.
It is possible to lose 15 pounds in a month (I personally have been able to lose 20 in that time period). There is really only one weight-loss strategy, which is to eat less and exercise more. Simple in concept, difficult in practice, but it can be done.
This isn't always true you can lose 40 pounds in a month if you stick to it When I was on weight watchers I was able to lose 10 pounds in a week. But my greed didn't allow me to stick to it. If you eat right and excercise away the calories you've eaten you can lose the weight fast. I don't stick to my excercise more than two weeks that's my problem.
Not good idea. Too much, too fast. 20 pounds in a month is possible, but 10 pounds a month is a much more reasonable goal. And even that much will make a difference!you can't. that would be losing more than a pound a day. To lose 40 pounds the healthy way it could take around 4-6 months.Exercise 3-4 hours a day and eat less then 900 calories each dayDepends on your will....
You should get on the Herbalife Quickstart Program. My mom has already lost 6 pounds in one week and I have lost 7. And we have never had more energy. AND we are not hungry!
if you eat more smaller meals more often you can lose 2-4 pounds a day.
It depends on if you exersise or not and lose or gain more pounds.
No credible weight loss program would attach their name to such a dangerous program. The human body is designed to lose between 1-3 pound a month safely and while many people can lose more than 15 pounds monthly it is because they are doing things drastically and that is not good for the body in the long run.
A healthy BMI recommendation for a 5'9" 13 year old is between 105 pounds and 147.6 pounds. It is unhealthy to lose more than 2 pounds a week, but with regular exercise and a well-balanced diet, one can reach their target weight.
Twenty pounds is too much weight to lose in one month. It would be unhealthy to lose that much weight so fast. The faster you take it off, the more likely it is that you'll put it all back on, and then some. Your skin would be all flabby and you would look worse than ever. Consult your doctor or a nutritionist about healthy ways to lose weight -- and keep it off.
Trying to lose ten pounds of weight this fast would mean that you would lose mostly water and muscle. When you come off of this type of dieting, the weight and muscle come back and sometimes more than you lost. The best way to lose weight is gradually so that you target the fat and not the water or muscle.
A safe and realistic amount is 4-8 pounds a month, which equates to 1-2 pounds a week. If you have a bit of extra fat, then its fair to say that more is fine. As long as you are not driving your body into the ground by hardly eating and exercising yourself till you black out, you should be fine with what you can lose. But again, 4-8 pounds is safe and reasonable.
The best way to lose 15 pounds in a month is to manage your eating habits, so you cut out excess sweets and sugars. And also start including more exercise into your day. Maybe walk or ride your bike to work. If you have time before or after work, go roller blading or ride your bike.
Yes, it is possible to lose weight in an hour. Possibly even more. But the ways to get there can do much damage on your body. I would not recommend trying these methods. A healthy weight loss is 1-2 pounds a week. In a month you could lose 8-10 pounds healthily.
You're not supposed to lose more than a few pounds a week (like, 1 to 3 pounds a week). Which would be 4 to 12 pounds a month. Although, most people usually experience dramatic weight loss after the first week of dieting/exercising. It's not uncommon for people to lose 6, 8, even 10 pounds the first week (a lot of it is just water weight, though). After the first week, the weight loss slows down to a few pounds a week.