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How To Lose Weight FAST
Health & Fitness
We know, we know – Rome wasn’t built in a day. It took us time to gain weight, and it takes time to lose it. That said, there’s some great ways to kick start our weight loss and see noticeable results in as little as a week, and we’re all for it. We talked with experts to find out exactly how to lose weight in a week – or at least, how to get a good start on seeing a difference in our bodies. Read on below!
No sugar, low carbs:
Your body needs carbs for energy; but you can lean out with reduced amounts from good sources like veggies, says Wes Ferguson, a celebrity fitness trainer. Cutting
sugar will reduce calories, lower your insulin levels and stimulate fat loss.
Up your fiber:
Without overdoing it, ensure you’re getting plenty of fiber; this helps effectively eliminating waste so it’s not sticking around in your gut, says Ferguson.
Try warm lemon water:
Drink warm lemon water every morning to prime your metabolism for the day. It will also support detoxification which is good especially if you’ve cut out all the processed foods, says Jessica Wyman, a certified nutrition coach and yoga instructor.
Eat lots of fresh veggies:
Vegetables have virtually no calories so you can eat loads of them without worrying about weight gain, says Wyman. Just think about it in terms of volume. If you ate a 100 calorie pack of cookies you would still be hungry. Try eating 100 calories of broccoli and it’s a much bigger portion size.
Avoid processed foods:
You’ll avoid unnecessary calories, but also the sodium that makes you all bloated and retain excess water. Lose the puffy face in days and feel even better,
Take an anti-gas supplement:
TMI? Maybe. But if you’re bloated, that’s embarrassing too. Many people are embarrassed by a bloated tummy, and this will break up the gas bubbles, says Ferguson.
Double up at the gym:
Your workouts don’t have to be long, you could do 20 minutes of cardio in the morning and some dumbbell exercises on lunch break or after dinner – but it must be done daily, says Ferguson. The more quick workouts you can fit in, from 4-minute Tabata exercises to a 30 minute abdominal class, the better.
Sweat it out:
And yes, that means enjoying a bit of luxury “me time” in the hot tub or steam room. Ferguson says it will help to rid your body of toxins and water weight, plus it’s good for your skin!
Drink only water:
You can have some coffee or tea before a workout for some extra energy. But no sports drinks, “juices” or the – they all have sugar, which was the first thing we cut!