How to diet and lose 10 pounds in a week
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Loosing 4.54 Kilogram in one week takes a lot of willpower and determination. Even though losing so much weight that fast is not recommended, it is entirely possible. Sticking to a strict diet can help you succeed in losing the weight.
The diet will help you shed excess fat quickly without using any risky diet pills or supplements. Loosing 4.54 Kilogram in a week is equal to burning 35,000 calories in a week or 5,000 calories in a day. Therefore, it is very important to stick to your diet to achieve your ideal weight.
Drink a liquid diet. A lemonade diet, which is made up purely of liquid, will help you lose a lot of weight in a short period of time. Purchase your ingredients at any local grocery store. Gather one quart of spring water, four large lemons, a half a cup of maple syrup and half a teaspoon of cayenne pepper. Squeeze the lemon juice into the spring water and add the maple syrup and cayenne pepper and mix thoroughly. Adjust the taste of the mix according to your personal taste. Place the liquid mix in the refrigerator to cool. Drink whenever you feel hungry and carry it wherever you go, to avoid cheating on your diet.
- Loosing 4.54 Kilogram in one week takes a lot of willpower and determination.
- A lemonade diet, which is made up purely of liquid, will help you lose a lot of weight in a short period of time.
Eat fresh vegetables, lean meats, and other high protein foods. If you cannot do a liquid diet, then go on a strict vegetable diet. Eat vegetables including green beans, broccoli, mangetout, leafy greens, chicken, fish, lean beef, and opt for wheat gluten flour for baking purposes. If you feel like eating other vegetables such as corn, carrots, or even fruits, you can eat them but no more than one serving per day. Also increase fibre in your diet. Incorporate fibre gradually as too much fibre at one time may lead to bloating, cramps, and gas. Make sure to drink plenty of water as it helps your body digest the fibre more efficiently. Drink approximately 473ml of water prior to each meal. Drinking water will help you eat less but still keep you full.
- Eat fresh vegetables, lean meats, and other high protein foods.
- If you feel like eating other vegetables such as corn, carrots, or even fruits, you can eat them but no more than one serving per day.
Make some overall changes to your diet. Do not eat any sugary snacks as they will be stored as fat in your body. Foods to avoid include foods high in carbohydrates, such as sodas, noodles, breads, rice and food made from white flour. In addition to foods to avoid, make sure to avoid large meals. Eat fix to six small meals per day and make sure that each meal is no more than 400 calories. Each meal should preferably have a serving of protein, vegetable, and grain.
Based in California, Taruna Chhabra has been writing general knowledge and science-related articles for various websites since 2010. Chhabra holds a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Science in biology from the University of San Francisco.