Can I lose 20 kg in 2 months without any adverse health effects?

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  1. cheetah786 profile image55
    cheetah786posted 6 years ago

    Can I lose 20 kg in 2 months without any adverse health effects?

    I am 92kg and height is 5'11. I want to be around 70-75 kg.. how quickly I can achieve this and what is the best excercise plan..

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    Garifaliaposted 6 years ago

    In two months or two years, it doesn't matter unless you get that psychology taken care of, you'll gain it all back. You're quite tall and all that weight probably doesn't look as bad as you think; especially if you're male. Do somehting magical for yourself (if you can afford it) and find the ideal psychologist or weight loss group that can help you overcome your use of food. Overweight people more often than not, have had a very toublesome childhood in which they've learnt to take pleasure from food since it could not have been achieved elsewhere.
    So first get that taken care of and learn to admire your beautiful self for all your wonderful you---for just being. I know what I'm telling you, I'm your senior (in age) and have had problems with weight all my life. Three years ago I lost 23 kilos and I've gained back 10, but now I'm fine and happy. All the best to you.

    Whatever you decide to do, you need to add exercise--any kind you like (walking, swimming or the gym).

    1. cheetah786 profile image55
      cheetah786posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      thanks for the answer.. you are right after losing weight people gain some weight back..

  3. leakeem profile image81
    leakeemposted 6 years ago

    That depends on how you lose weight. If you combine diet and exercise plus some supplements. I think you'll be fine. But if you starve yourself it will cause problems.

  4. fitmom profile image78
    fitmomposted 6 years ago

    Hi cheetah786. Losing weight and keeping it off is definitely the goal. I've written several hubs about losing weight and some healthy ideas of how to have treats without putting on the pounds.

    Staying away from wheat, dairy, and soy are important when trying to lose weight. They can cause inflammation in the body and can inhibit weight loss. Detoxing is really important for losing weight as well since the body stores toxins in the fat and can hold onto fat to protect the body from the toxins. Read my hub Detox: The Catalyst for Stalled Weight Loss to read more on this topic.

    I also wrote a hub about a weight loss plan that allows you to lose weight quickly and to keep it off. It is very detailed and requires that you read all about it and understand it completely before trying it. That hub is called HCG Diet Protocol: The 411.

    Best wishes ~ fitmom

  5. ratnaveera profile image64
    ratnaveeraposted 6 years ago

    You can reduce your weight by taking decreased amount of food. To get rid of side effects you can frequently drink citrus fruit juices like Lemon and Orange. Better to avoid fat rich food. Your dinner should be as simple as possible. In night times you can avoid milk products like Ghee and Curd. The reduced food in dinner will produce very nice results, but that would not affect your good sleep.

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    rhondagraymondposted 6 years ago

    You should be able to lose the weight on a low carb diet. However, I would urge you to make sure you follow a balanced and nutritious diet. Try to lose weight at a steady pace. You don’t want the weight to come right back once you go off the diet so try to find something you can maintain long-term.


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