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Drop your weight in Four Days

Updated on August 11, 2015

Do you have an outfit you're dying to wear but doesn't quite fit? Maybe you have a special occasion coming up that you'd like to slim down for.

Sometimes your normal diet isn't dropping the pounds fast enough and the only option is a quick weight loss diet when you have just a short time to get yourself into the kind of shape you wish were your full time figure.

What's the Best Way?

When you decide to try to lose weight rapidly what type of plan should you look for and how quickly can you expect to lose? It depends on the direction you follow to get where you want to be.

Look for a plan that not only explains what the benefits of their weight loss plans are but also warn you clearly and specifically about the drawbacks and risks of quickly dropping the pounds

This will not be easy, as with many things that give huge results quickly will require sacrificing.

Most of these rapid weight loss plans have a common theme of requiring you to take drastic steps if you want exceptional results.

It is imperative before beginning any weight loss plan or change in any health habit to speak to your doctor. You need to make certain your body can handle the challenges and risks of whatever diet you choose. When you severely limit the amount of calories you take in you are lowering your metabolism, and hurting your immune system.

A popular choice for fast loss are cleansing diets. When embarking on a cleansing diet you must remember it is never safe to continue cleanse beyond the recommended time. Your dietician will help you determine what is safe. You can expect to lose around two pounds daily with most cleanses.

Don't Risk Long Term Health Issues Use caution when beginning and continuing this crash diet. Forcing your body beyond its limits can result in bounce back weight gain and more difficulty losing weight in the future by slowing your metabolism but worse you risk severe damage to your vital organs.

Water Weight

Every quick fix diet works primarily to help you lose some fat but the most of the weight you will lose is from the release of water your body has been retaining. After the initial fast loss you will want to choose a healthy living plan that will help you avoid gaining that weight back. Be sure you pick a plan that allows you to eat foods you enjoy so you will stick with it. Putting on the weight you lost faster than you shed it can be depressing and make you want to give up.

Plan Ahead for Long Term Success

Have a follow up healthy living plan ready before you begin a quick loss effort to keep the weigh off and convert that water weight to fat loss. It is possible to use a fast weight loss plan to kick start a lifetime of fitness if you just follow a few easy tips.


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    • maggs224 profile image


      3 years ago from Sunny Spain

      I agree that it is important to know the pros and cons of any diet that we embark on. :D


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