Today we’ll talk about a very confusing and important issue for overweight people. When we realize we need to lose some weight quickly, then we always look for the easiest and quickest way. We want to lose weight as quickly as possible. Out of desperation, we try different ways. Keeping these things in mind, some very rapid weight loss plans came out in the internet lately. They promise to give results in a very quick time, sometimes within days. But how effective are they? Do they have side effects? Let’s talk about it, shall we?
- Okay first of all, let’s make one thing clear, here we’re not talking about surgeries or laser treatment to lose weight. As they are totally different procedures, they can actually cut off all the extra weight of your body. But who wants to go on the operation table just to lose weight if it’s not that serious, right? So we’ll talk about only the diet plans and exercises here.
- Losing weight is not a very swift thing to achieve. It takes time and dedication. Normally you gain your extra weight for years, so you just can’t remove them in days, right? So it’s normal that it will take a bit of time. You shouldn’t haste so much in these things. It’s better to take things slow. To lose weight through diet and exercise, it takes minimum 1 or 2 month to give a noticeable result. But yes, if you’re willing to lose 5-7 kg’s, you can achieve that in 15 days.
- So those diets or exercises which promise to lose your weight drastically in a week or so, I have enough doubt about them. Because if you do these things too fast, you might get sick and weak which can harm your overall health badly. If you’re willing to take a diet plan which promises to lose your weight 10/15 kg’s in a week or so, then I suggest that you should consult with a qualified dietitian with that plan first. Those plans which work slowly are more reliable because losing weight is a comparatively slow process.
I’m not saying that every diet or exercise plans are fluke. There are some very effective plans out there. I’m just saying that too swift plans might harm your health and might not work as expected. So my suggestion is whichever plan you chose, make sure it’s effective, find out authentic user reviews and if possible, consult with a dietitian