How to Lose 10 Pounds Fast

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  • Pay attention to nutrition labels. Keep a food calorie of your typical daily intake, include beverages and snacks. Add it up so you know what you are currently eating.
  • Aim to cut 500 calories or 25 percent of your daily caloric intake from your diet for the next 10 days to 2 weeks.
  • Eat at least 300 calories at breakfast. Try to plan your meals so they are equally large to keep from hunger pangs and sluggishness. Add in several 100 to 200 snacks during the day.
  • Cut out liquid calories. Do not drink alcohol, juice, milk, sodas. Drink water, tea and small amounts of coffee.
  • Try not to eat more as you work out. You may have heard phrases like “Abs are made in the kitchen,” because the largest part of weight loss is a healthy, restricted diet. Experts often say that weight loss is 90 percent diet and 10 percent exercise, since people tend to eat more food as they work out. Exercise will improve your general health and help you maintain your weight, but diet should be the main focus of this 10-day period.
  • Fill at least half of your plate with vegetables at every meal. Fruits and vegetables should be the main thing you consume, with nutrient-rich, leafy greens included as often as possible.
  • Split the remainder of your plate between lean protein and whole grains. Reduce portions of whole grains considerably, but not completely. Trainers have noted that ketogenic, low-carb diets, usually result in weight gain after a weight loss period.[/su_box]
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1 thought on “How to Lose 10 Pounds Fast”

  1. This advice is wrong wrong wrong. Read the Obesity Code Dr Fung. Calorie restriction is NOT THE ANSWER. Try fasting followed by a ketogenic diet. Much better results long term.

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