The Truth about Rapid Weight Loss

When it comes to weight loss, there is certainly no shortage of advice. One expert tells you that you need at least one hour of moderate cardio exercise a day to lose weight; another says that long cardio sessions are counterproductive, and you should limit it to 30 intense minutes. A nutritionist recommends limiting dairy products or switching to low-cal versions, while another says that you should stick to full fat versions and limit your intake. What are you to believe? You hear some experts saying that rapid weight loss is not safe, and it is not sustainable in the long term. Is this true?

In fact, there is nothing wrong with losing weight quickly. There is, however, something wrong with losing weight quickly and unsafely. Radical fad diets and certain products are designed to help you lose weight very quickly – so what could be wrong? Often, the weight is just water weight. Often, it is the result of a severely restricted diet. And too often, these are both unsustainable. Even if you can stick to a strictly limited diet, it is not effective for weight loss or for your health. Ultimately, severe calorie restriction can cause you to keep weight on because your body thinks it is starving. It stores the same fat that you've tried so hard to lose.

So, how can you lose weight fast and keep it off safely and healthily? The first step is to define what "quickly" means to us. Despite knowing better, we often expect to lose substantial amounts of weight after a hard workout or after a day of restricted calories. In terms of weight loss, we need to think in terms of weeks, not days. By cutting calories and exercising, you can lose one to two pounds a week, and this is considered to be safe and sustainable. At the end of three weeks, you've lost three to six pounds. Not a bad start at all. But if you need to lose weight for an event, or if you just need to see results to keep your motivation, you may want to lose more.

This is possible, and it is safe. If you choose the right techniques. If you walk down an aisle in any vitamin and supplement store, you will find hundreds of products that claim to facilitate quick weight loss. What should you be looking for? Instead of those that say they work as if by magic, look for products that back up any claims with evidence. For instance, acai berry has been proven to have high levels of essential fatty acids and antioxidants. It has been studied and scientifically proven to increase energy, lower cholesterol levels, and provide dietary fiber – each of which helps with weight loss.

Losing weight rapidly is dependent on keeping nutrition and the growth of lean muscle on the front burner. Without proper food, we can't lose weight. It's that simple. Now, getting proper food can be difficult! We eat when we're bored, when we're sad, when we're angry, when we're happy, and sometimes we even eat when we're truly hungry.

Appetite suppression pills can help you curb the extraneous consumption so you are getting the healthy vitamins and minerals you need without the fat, simple carbohydrates, starches, and sugars. Thyroid boosters and supplements like acai, which improve energy, can help you make exercise much more effective - and possibly even decrease the amount of time you spend in the gym. Fat blockers, like Lipo-D-Tropinne can help inhibit the absorption of fat so our bodies do not process it and turn it into extra pounds.

Each of these weight loss supplements targets healthy ways to lose weight. They are not adding stimulants to make you feel jittery, and which eventually make you lethargic. They are not asking you to starve yourself or live at the gym, and they are not an unhealthy or unsustainable part of a weight loss plan.

You can lose weight fast – you just have to be choosy about the products and methods you choose to get you there.


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