Topic: With this diet, can I lose 20 pounds in 2 weeks?
June 16, 2019 / By Clarissa Question:
BREAKFAST - The same every day: Orange, one slice toast, coffee or tea.
MONDAY - Lunch: Lean cold cuts, coffee or tea. Dinner: Broiled fish, salad, one slice toast, orange, coffee or tea.
TUESDAY - Lunch: Fruit salad. Dinner: Plenty of steak, celery, cucumbers, coffee or tea.
WEDNESDAY - Lunch: Tuna fish or salmon salad, orange, coffee or tea. Dinner: Two lamb chops, celery, cucumbers, coffee or tea.
THURSDAY - Lunch: Cold chicken and coffee or tea. Dinner: Two eggs, cottage cheese, one piece protein toast, coffee or tea.
FRIDAY - Lunch: Assorted cheese slices, one piece protein toast, coffee or tea. Dinner: Broiled fish, salad (as many vegetables as desired), one piece protein toast, coffee or tea.
SATURDAY - Lunch: Fruit salad, coffee or tea. Dinner: Cold chicken, orange, coffee or tea.
SUNDAY - Lunch: Hot or cold chicken, carrots, cauliflower, orange, coffee or tea. Dinner: Plenty of steak, celery, cucumbers, coffee or tea.
80 jumping jacks, 60 crunches, 40 squats, and 20 push ups.
Oh and I will drink 8 glasses of water a day.
If I do this, take 2 diet pills a day, and hydroxycut once a day will I lose the weight I want to lose?
Beatrice | 3 days ago
When it comes to weight loss it is all about creating a caloric deficit, meaning the calories you burn must be greater than the calories you consume. Your exercise plan will only last about ten or fifteen minutes if done properly but will help replace fat with lean muscle. However, this will not burn a large amount of calories, you should incorporate thirty minutes of aggressive cardiovascular exercise like jogging (or speed walking if you're over-weight). By incorporating cardio you should create a caloric deficit.
Things to pay attention to; you should stay away from red meat at all costs if you're serious about weight loss, stick to fish and chicken (red meat is very high in protein and fats which is very hard to burn off). Also, you have several items that are high in dairy so you should space these out a bit more.
Short answer to your question, no you will not burn twenty pounds in two weeks with the above referenced diet. I kind of hate it when people use the term 'diet'. You should honestly just watch what you eat and eat right and work out for about an hour a day and you will lose twenty pounds in about a month and a half. The only way you can achieve that kind of loss is by committing to a crash diet but then you will gain all of your weight back because you didn't address that habit that caused the weight gain in the first place.
It obviously depends on how much you weigh now, but I sincerely doubt it. Likely any weight loss will simply be water weight which you will gain right back anyway.
If you MUST lose 20lbs in 2 weeks and don't care about gaining it back immediately, I would up the exercise considerably, reduce the food intake, and try not to swear too much as you hate your life for two weeks.
If you want to lose 20 pounds and keep it off, this is not remotely the way to do it.
Healthy weight loss is 1-2 lbs per week. You can try extreme dieting and lose all the food, waste, glycogen(stored energy) and water associated with sodium from your system and lose up to 20 lbs. Not an ounce of the lost weight is stored body fat.
Alli is the only FDA approved over the counter diet pill you can buy. It is the only diet pill that has accepted clinical trials behind it to prove it does what the manufacturer says. All the others use in house clinical "studies" to support their claims. Really bad 1994 law that allows this junk to be sold as dietary supplements, not an approved drug.
Let's pretend any of these "thermogenic" diet pills really do what they say.
The thermic effect of eating, digesting, and other food energy related functions only account for 10% of your total BMR (basal metabolic rate). So if you are fairly active a diet of 2000 calories per day is pretty reasonable for a maintenance diet. That means 200 calories go to thermic burn. Now let's say these wonderful diet pills increase your thermic burn by 50%. That is a huge change in any body function.
So we have increased our caloric burn by??.... 100 calories per day! Or less than one pound per month. For anywhere from $40 to $200 a month. You can burn 100 calories a day just drinking 100 oz of ice cold beverages!
That is why these bogus and often dangerous pills cannot get FDA approval. They simply cannot prove their outrageous claims with acceptable clinical evidence.
Read the container and you will see each and every one of them says somewhere on the label it is a "dietary supplement'. Loopholes in the current laws allow peddlers to promote their products without accepted medical evidence to prove their outrageous claims.
All this stuff is putting your liver and kidneys through a lot of unnecessary and potentially dangerous activity.
Many spices like chili powder, different peppers, garlic powder, cinnamon and others cause an increase in the thermic affect of food. But come on, you can eat pennies per day of seasonings and get the same benefit as these diet pills.
A healthy diet of whole unprocessed foods will give you much greater results.
Possible side effects
Arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat)
Jaundice (yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes)
Unexplained headaches and dizziness
Loss of appetite
Hey your diet schedule sounds very healthy. So that should do the trick. But if you want to lose that much weight you should also get some equipment to tone our muscles. Maybe a pair of dumbells?
Or my girlfriend just lost like 10 pounds in 4 days by using Total Bar by Fitryo, it's a pretty cool fat burning workout device.
Good luck! you can do it
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