The Best Natural Way To Lose Belly Fat

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Fitness | Posted on 12-10-2012-05-2008

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Most people in the world have belly fat, and many try to figure out a way of getting rid of that belly fat.  They try fad diets, and some kind of juice that will keep you in the bathroom all day. However, the best natural way to lose belly fat is…. Drum Roll Please……….   

Its EXERCISE !! I can hear most people right now either groaning or let out a sigh, the reason is because most people don’t want to put in the work. Hey I’m not throwing off on anybody, because I use to be one of those that would rather sit in front of a T.V. then get up and do some type of exercising.      

However, there isn’t but one way of doing it, and that is getting up and doing it.  You have to get your mind right people, you need to get in that state of mind that nobody is going to stand in your way, and you welcome all challenges.  

Once you have your mind right and you know you are going to be dedicated, then the next thing you need to do is find a team.  What I mean by that is find some people that are willing to go that extra mile or give you a kick start when you just don’t feel like going. 

No one has ever accomplished their goals by themselves, I don’t care what anyone tells you, somebody helped them along the way in some shape or form.  It’s like that in all walks of life and this is no different than any other situation.

OK, now that you have your team in place, it’s time to pick out the type of exercise program that is going to work for you.  It’s very important that you pick the right program for you because you want it to keep you going not burn you out.

Now let’s look at a few exercises that could help you lose that belly fat.  Swimming, this is often overlooked because most people think of it as just a casual thing to do.  You would be surprised at how fast you could get that belly in shape by swimming.  You use every muscle in your body which makes you work harder and it burns that fat.      

Jogging, start out light, let’s say 10-15 minutes a day  then just keep moving your time on up.  Here is one that everyone knows, and it is the most used way to get rid of belly fat….. Crunches.    

That’s right, get you a mat and get started with those crunches.  The good thing about crunches is that there are different techniques one could use to work on every angle of your abdominal area.     

If you were to implement just two of those exercises into your daily routine then you will shed that belly fat quicker than you can blink.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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Low Carb Diet Menu In A Nutshell

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet | Posted on 09-10-2012-05-2008

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How does a bacon and egg omelette sound for breakfast?  For dinner, 8oz T-bone steak with a yummy Greek salad.  I will show you how to lose weight using a low carb menu.

First, I will begin with the basics of how a low carb diet works.  Any food substance you put in your body is used for fuel.  Either fuel for now or fuel that is saved for later.  The “fuel” that is saved for later, is stored as fat.

Your body is going to use the easiest fuel first.  If you eat a diet high in carbs your body will choose to burn the carbs first.  Eat a diet that is low in carbs, the body has no other choice but to use what is left.  And that my friend is the fat stored in those good ole love handles, thunder thighs and of course, let’s not forget that bubble butt.

You may ask, “How do I make a low carb menu”.  A little bit of advice before you go grocery shopping, get rid of those high carb snacks!  They will be nothing but temptation once you start a low carb diet.

Your grocery list may include:  Fish, shellfish, poultry, pork, red meat, etc.  Stay away from anything breaded.  That’s right no more breaded chicken tenders or fish fillets. 

You can eat up to 3-4 ounces of cheese a day. Such as:  cheddar, mozzarella, goat cheese.  Be sure to buy salad vegetables.  Most of the green vegetables are lower in carbs.

Don’t forget the eggs.  Lots of dishes you can make with eggs.  Most spices and herbs are no carb to low carb.  Stay away from sugar; try some of the artificial sweeteners that are available in the stores.

Here are some easy low carb diet menus made from the above list.  Breakfast- sausage and egg omelette with sharp cheddar cheese.  Coffee with teaspoon of real cream.  Lunch:  tuna salad made with real mayonnaise, teaspoon of diced pickles placed on top of fresh green salad.

Dinner- Grilled pork chops, cooked greens seasoned with bacon and a cup of mixed vegetables.   Anyone can make meals that are lower in carbs.  It just takes some time looking at the nutritional labels.     

So, there is the low carb diet menu in a nutshell.  All it takes is a little willpower and a little research.  Give your body the advantage it needs, eat low carb.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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Weight Loss The Way YOU Want Before The End Of The Year – Santa Comes Early

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet, Fitness | Posted on 08-10-2012-05-2008

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Okay, don’t shout at me, I know it’s not Christmas yet, but the other day I saw a funny t-shirt.

It said, “The four stages of Santa.

Stage 1: You believe in Santa.
Stage 2: You don’t believe in Santa.
Stage 3: You are Santa.
Stage 4: You look like Santa.”

Although not a direct parallel, it reminded me of the stages of weight loss…

Stage 1: You are excited about losing weight and believe you can achieve your goals.
Stage 2: You no longer believe you can achieve your weight loss goals.
Stage 3: You are working hard in your battle to lose weight and feel stuck in a rut. You understand that you are meant to achieve more, but just can’t quite figure out how to get there.
Stage 4: You’ve pushed through and reached your goals.

The challenge is to get to stage four–not only believing in your goals, but achieving them by following a proven weight loss plan.

So many people can see it, but just can’t…quite…reach…it.

Now while getting to stage four is not something Santa is going to put under the tree for you, it is highly achievable, if you have the right blueprint.

When you have that in place, you can push through so that you can start living the healthy life you’ve envisioned for yourself.

In fact, you can make it so that everything will be the way you want it to be. You’ll be fit and healthy enough to able to do what you want, when you want and with who you want. Better yet, you’ll no longer be dreaming because your goals will be your reality.

Isn’t that something you’d like to experience–right away?

I’m giving you the step-by-step blueprint that helps fulfill the weight loss dreams of everyone–to lose the weight you want to before the end of the year.

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Discover the tools, knowledge and resources that I used to lose weight and help others worldwide to achieve their weight loss goals.

Once you use and implement these factors, you’ll see an immediate improvement in the control you have over weight loss.

Instead of feeling like your dream goal is slipping away, you’ll be able to plan your weight loss on your terms and finally bust through to achieve the weight loss you want.

Are you ready to eliminate the thinking that holds you back from the body, health, fitness and confidence that you long for?

Open the floodgates to Weight Loss The Way YOU Want Before The End Of The Year – Santa Comes Early and bust through the barriers that are keeping you in the stage where you are working hard, but can’t quite reach your dream life today.

Dedicated to Your Weight Loss,

–Nigel

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How To Lose Weight on the Thighs

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet, Fitness | Posted on 07-10-2012-05-2008

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If you’ve got excess fat on your thighs then you probably also have excess fat throughout the rest of your body. Despite what you may have heard on various infomercials and programs there really is no such thing as “spot reducing” only one area of the body. The only way to learn how to lose weight on the thighs is to lose it all over and that takes motivation and determination. Motivation to exercise at least 30 minutes three times a week, watch what you eat and incorporate some weight training into your workouts and the determination to stick to it.

Here is something you may not know, you don’t have to kill yourself on the treadmill, the elliptical trainer, stair climber or stationary bike any more. Out with the old and in with the new. New studies have proven better and faster weight loss can be achieved by working each muscle group to fatigue during your workout by doing only one set at your maximum weight setting.  What this means is you can greatly reduce the amount of cardio training you do on the treadmill, stairclimber, elliptical trainer or stationary bike or eliminate it all together especially if you really hate it, and be honest, who doesn’t hate cardio?

Next and probably most important is your diet. Eliminate all “white” foods such as white flour, white bread, white rice and, white sugar. All of these contain carbs that convert into simple sugars in your body and get stored immediately as fat. Instead stick with a diet rich in complex carbs found in whole grains and brown rice, lean protein like boneless, skinless chicken breasts or fish, eat several servings a day of fresh fruits and vegetables and drink plenty of water to flush out toxins and stay hydrated.

The general rule of thumb for taking in enough water every day is to drink half of your body weight in ounces of water each day. So, if you weigh 200 lbs you need to drink 100 ounces of water each day. Now that may seem like a lot but when you figure the average person is awake for 16 hours a day that means you would only need to drink about 6 ounces every hour. Stay away from carbonated beverages especially the diet variety. The stuff they use to make diet pop is poison and will actually trick your body into staying fat.

Remember, when you learn how to lose weight on the thighs you are learning how to improve the rest of your body as well. If you are scale averse then don’t use one. Feel the weight loss in the fit of your clothes, see the changes in your body in the mirror. Losing weight and then maintaining to keep it off should be a lifelong endeavour. Making some simple daily lifestyle changes especially in diet and exercise can go a long way in helping you reach your weight loss goals. So start today and watch the new you emerge.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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Lose Weight And Gain Muscle – Its A 2-Step Process

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Fitness | Posted on 06-10-2012-05-2008

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“Lose Weight – Gain Muscle!” You’ve probably seen or heard this headline all over the place, from today’s top weight-loss, fitness, and muscle-building magazines to radio and TV ads. What you may not have seen or heard is that it’s best (and possibly easier, too!) to do the weight loss first, and muscle building after. You see, before you can build up your muscles, you have to ditch the excess body fat. So while you may see both processes touted together by your favorite exercise or body-building celebrities, losing weight and gaining muscle really is more of a two-step process.

We’ll start with losing weight (or rather, body fat), and why you should concentrate your efforts on this step first. By losing the extra body fat first (which is the “true goal” for weight loss), through healthy eating and moderate exercise, your muscles begin to build tone so that once you are ready to start the muscle-building phase your muscles are in a lot better shape for it. I read somewhere that losing weight is about creating a “calorie deficit” and I believe that’s a good way to put it. In plain English, however, what it means is to lose fat, you need to burn off more calories than you take in each day.

How do you create a “calorie deficit?” You do it by manipulating and maintaining a low calorie diet and light to moderate exercise plan. Don’t even think about trying those “fad/fast weight loss diets” either, because most of those are unhealthy and potentially harmful. Not to mention most people who use them and lose some pounds usually gain back what they lost and more. You want to create a long-term healthy eating and exercise plan so when the fat is gone, it doesn’t come back! So now you know how to take care of step one of your plan to lose weight and gain muscle: create a “calorie deficit” to burn off the fat.

Step two is all about building muscle. How does one build muscle? You do it through strength and endurance training that focuses on working specific muscle groups in each training session.

Strength training generally involves the use of weights, but you will also want to do things like sit-ups, push-ups, pull-ups… and these training exercises can be done anywhere because the weight you’ll be using is your own body weight! Still, free weights are going to come in handy for those other muscle-building reps you’ll be doing, like squats, bench presses, and curls. For maximum effect and minimum possible damage, schedule your muscle-building workouts for 30 to 45 minutes a day, three days a week.

The main thing to remember when you start on your quest to lose weight and gain muscle is until excess body fat is gone, you’ll just be gaining tone. After you’ve burned off the fat, then you’ll be ready to build muscle mass, and your body will be in better condition for doing so if you concentrate on burning the fat first.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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Abdominoplasty Procedure – Mini Tummy Tuck

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Health | Posted on 05-10-2012-05-2008

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A friend of ours wants to have an abdominoplasty procedure done. When she first told us about this, all we could do was look at each other. Afterwards, when we were by ourselves and were able to discuss it more, I made the comment that I thought she was nuts to want to have anything done.

Why? Because she weighs about 100 lbs soaking wet and works out like a fiend every single day. How could she possibly need to have a tummy tuck? Well, I was wrong to jump to any conclusion like that. She explained at a later date that even though she works out like a fiend, she is still getting older and the skin around her middle is starting to get saggy. It is because she works out so diligently that she wants to continue to look her best.

Can’t blame a woman for that now can you?

The procedure she will have is called a mini-tuck where an incision is made, minimal liposuction performed if any is needed, and the skin tightened, then stitched closed. The belly button does not require relocation with a mini-tuck. A drain tube is inserted into the incision to drain excess fluid. The lower abdomen is then wrapped with a compression dressing. Pain control using a prescribed narcotic or, if the pain is minimal, then over the counter pain relievers may be used. Recovery time is 2-3 weeks with a mini-tuck.

So, I learned my lesson. I learned that even someone who is in great shape and has incredible muscle tone can still be in need of firmer skin in certain areas of her body.

I have another friend who had an abdominoplasty procedure after having two pregnancies which resulted in two very big babies, 10 lbs and 11 lbs, respectively. She lost all the baby weight but since both the babies had to be taken Cesarean and were so big to begin with she ended up with a lot of excess skin in that area and she was told the muscles of her abdomen would never recover.

Obviously, the procedure she had done was a full tummy tuck which involved “baseball stitching” the damaged muscles, removing any fat remaining with liposuction, stretching the skin taut, trimming off the excess, relocating the belly button and closing the incision. Drain tubes were inserted to help keep fluid from accumulating and aid recovery. The area is then wrapped tightly with a compression dressing to help support the muscles. A narcotic analgesic will be prescribed to control the pain and discomfort associated with the procedure. Recovery time is approximately six weeks with a full tummy tuck.

So, if you are looking for a toned, flat belly, check out board-certified plastic surgeons in your area and call for a consult. Ask what your options are and if they think you are a good candidate for surgery. You may find that you are making one of the smartest decisions you have ever made in your life. Just think, no more battle of the bulge!

Although not recommended as a substitute for a weight loss or diet regimen, an abdominoplasty procedure can help correct the problem areas left behind when all is said and done.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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Permanent Weight Loss – How To Lose Weight Fast

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Fitness | Posted on 04-10-2012-05-2008

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When asking the question: how to lose weight fast, what you should really be asking yourself is if you want to lose a few pounds before the weekend, or do you want, and need a permanent weight loss?  It’s fairly easy to lose 5 or so pound of water weight.  That can be enough to help you avoid the bloated look when you have that hot date.  But if you’re talking about losing 20 or more pounds of fat, there really isn’t a ‘fast way’, though there are some methods that tend to be more effective than others.

First of all, go talk to your doctor.  Get your thyroid level checked to make sure everything is running properly.  If you’re body isn’t running the way it should be it will be much harder to lose all the weight you want to lose. One note here, it’s very uncommon for someone to have such a severe issue with their body that that is the reason for their weight gain.  While it can contribute to weight gain, it’s unlikely that some medical issue is the sole reason, so don’t expect your doctor to just write you a prescription and tell you that it will take care of your weight issue.

Once that’s out of the way, it’s time to get serious.  There are two main things you need to do if you want to lose weight, and if you do them properly you can optimize your weight loss efforts and help move things along a little more quickly.

One is to eat properly. Now is not the time to exist on salads and water, that will only help you pack on the pounds.  Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last several years, you’ve no doubt heard that recent research has found that your body will automatically protect itself at all costs.  That means if you don’t provide your body with all the nutrients that it needs, it will think that it is starving and it will slow down your metabolism.  By not eating enough you are actually encouraging your body to hold on to all the fat that it can.  Eating is a vital part of weight loss.

Of course, that doesn’t mean you can eat as much or whatever you want.  You want to have an eating plan that is balanced with just the right amount of proteins, carbs and fats.   Make sure you keep it all in proportion for optimum results.

You also need to workout.  Again, there are methods you can use that will help you get great results with less time.  It’s all about working smarter not harder.  Find a workout plan that isn’t stuck in the rut of thinking you have to spend endless hours on the treadmill to lose weight.  By learning the proper technique you can cut your workout routines in half, or more, and still get amazing results.

This article has provided you with the basics of how to lose weight fast.  It’s up to you to put this information into action. The sooner you do, the sooner you’ll have the body you’ve always wanted.  Good luck!

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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Why Did I Stop Losing Weight – Change Lifestyle Habits

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet, Fitness | Posted on 03-10-2012-05-2008

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Nothing is worse than getting off to a fast start with your weight loss and losing weight almost effortlessly only to find that after a short time you just aren’t losing as much weight as you were. When that happens you may start wondering: why did I stop losing weight? Despite what you might hear every time you turn on the TV, in order to lose weight you will need to be willing to change some habits in your life.  It’s these habits that have made it easy for you to gain the weight in the first place and until you make permanent changes to your lifestyle your weight loss won’t stay on track. 

It’s not uncommon to lose a lot of weight very early in your weight loss and then to reach a plateau when it just seems like you can’t lose another pound to save your life.  This often happens because the weight you lose in the very beginning is just water weight and after a time that weight loss will start to slack off.  The good news is that you may still be losing unwanted fat, but this won’t come off as quickly so it may take longer to notice it, the nice thing about this is that losing fat is the only real way to get your body in the shape you want it to be in.  Losing water weight is only temporary but losing fat can be permanent.

If you’ve been trying to rely solely on a supplement for your weight loss up until now, you may need to re-evaluate your weight loss strategy.  For example, it’s imperative that you focus on eating properly and getting enough exercise.  Don’t make the mistake of thinking that you shouldn’t be eating hardly anything if you want to lose weight.  If you don’t eat enough food to keep your body healthy and functioning properly your body will think it’s starving and will actually slow down your metabolism… which is the last thing that you want to happen when you’re trying to lose weight.

Also don’t get distracted with some extreme dieting method such as a restricted carb or extremely low fat diet plan.  You need to provide your body with all the nutrients it needs and that includes carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

When it comes to your workout plan don’t spend all your time on a treadmill thinking that cardio will get you where you want to be.  Ideally you’ll want to keep your body ‘guessing’ when it comes to your workouts.  Your body will get used to whatever activity level you maintain over a period of time. To get the maximum benefit from your workouts, make sure that you change your workouts frequently so your body doesn’t settle into a set routine.

To keep your weight loss moving along nicely, make sure that you concentrate more on what you eat and how much activity you get and don’t expect to maintain such a vigorous weight loss during the whole process.  Using these methods you can avoid having to ask this question ever again!

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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You Can’t Starve Yourself And Lose Stomach Fat

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Fitness | Posted on 30-09-2012-05-2008

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Trying to lose stomach fat? Here’s a tip: You can’t do it by “starving” yourself. Why? Because eating less, while it may work for a little while…will actually put your efforts to lose fat in reverse after a time. This happens because your body adjusts to the amount of food you are eating and when it thinks you’re in “starvation” mode, it actually stores your calorie intake as fat! Not good, right? So, what is the solution? How can you take off the unsightly tummy roll and not starve yourself to do it? First off, you’ve still got to eat. The trick is to eat smarter.

Here’s how: eat smaller meals throughout the day while you’re more active and really pay attention to how many calories you’re putting in. It’s widely known if you continue to eat the same number or more calories than your body gets rid of (burns off) in a day, you’re not going to lose weight. You can still eat the “kinds” of food you like, you will simply have to closely monitor your calorie intake. Try to eat your meals earlier in the day, as well. Your body burns calories faster while you’re awake and active than it does during times of rest.

To lose stomach fat, don’t eat a heavy, high-calorie meal or snack right before bedtime. Your body is likely to turn those calories into fat because your body just don’t burn off that many calories by sleeping. According to the Calories Burned Chart at Spirita.net, a person weighing 150 pounds will burn approximately 12 calories during 10 minutes of sleep. If this same person slept for eight hours, they’d burn an average of 72 calories per hour, or only 576 calories in a full night of sleep. That doesn’t leave much room for snacking at bedtime, does it?

Some people feel they simply must eat a snack before bed to keep from feeling like they’re going to starve before breakfast. If this is you, before you grab that snack bar or something to munch, consider this: If you’re serious about taking off the stomach fat, you will need to have already burned your daily calorie intake away through regular activity or exercise, and then choose something with only one-half or less the amount of calories you’ll burn off by sleeping in order to still burn off a bit of the excess fat you want to get rid of.

You can lose stomach fat and you don’t have to eat special foods or no food to do it. You don’t have to (and in fact shouldn’t try to) starve yourself either. Since starving yourself tends to have the opposite effect than the one intended, you can obviously see it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to engage in this sort of “reverse effect” attempt to burn fat. Instead, concentrate on eating fewer calories than you know you can easily and reasonably burn off in a day and the fat will begin to disappear.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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How Can I Lose Weight And Body Fat In 2 Weeks

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet, Fitness | Posted on 28-09-2012-05-2008

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It’s getting to be that time of year again, weddings, graduations, class reunions, etc.  So many people have some event coming up in a few weeks that one of the most common questions being asked around this time of year is: How can I lose weight in 2 weeks?

Humans share some common traits and procrastination is one of them.  We all knew that we had this big event coming up, we’ve probably known for weeks or months, yet here we are waiting until the last minute to get ourselves in shape for the big day.  Why we do this no one knows but most of us are guilty of it at some point or another.

Before I can answer the question of how you can lose weight before your big event, it’s important for you to understand that most of the weight you’ll lose in just a few weeks will only be water weight and you will gain it all back once you start eating and drinking more normally.

If you want to permanently lose weight you’ll need to lose body fat, not just water, and to do that you’ll need to incorporate decent eating habits with some steady form of physical activity.  There are some supplements that may be able to help out a little but ultimately it’s about diet and exercise if you want a permanent weight loss.

Another thing to keep in mind is that if you want to lose weight you absolutely don’t want to starve yourself.  If you don’t provide your body with the nutrients it needs it will simply ‘shut down’ and not run as efficiently to conserve resources.  Your body will think that it is starving so it will make sure to hold on to all the fat stores it can in order to keep itself alive.

The best thing you can do for a real weight loss is to keep your body fuelled all day, every day.  If you feel hungry then your metabolism has already slowed down to the point where it isn’t working efficiently enough.  You should eat at least 5 or 6 times every day to keep your metabolism firing hot so you can lose weight and keep it off.  Now, that doesn’t mean you gorge yourself on huge meals all during the day but rather you eat healthy, balanced meals throughout the day.  When you keep your body fuelled it has no reason to conserve energy so it will keep running hot the whole time.

OK, I promised you I’d give you some hints to lose weight before that big event. The first thing you have to realize is that you will only be able to lose around 5 or 10 pounds using this method and the weight loss is really only going to be water weight so it won’t be permanent.  It’s also important to remember that you can actually become dehydrated so you really shouldn’t plan on doing this for very long.

For those of you who want to know how can I lose weight in 2 weeks, two of the quickest methods to lose weight is to detox and do a lot of cardio. Remember, these aren’t permanent solutions but if you do a lot of cardio and you sweat a lot you can lose weight.  Also, by detoxing your body you can make sure that your digestive tract is working properly which will assure you that you aren’t all ‘bound up’ and that can lead to a weight loss as well as take away the bloated look. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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