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    Default Diet plans, 5-9 pounds a week?

    So I was reading a magazine and it said if I followed this diet plan that I will lose 5-9 pounds a week depending on how much I exercise
    Breakfast-either yogurt (lite) or two egg whites with load of Cheyenne pepper
    Lunch-an orange, or other fruits, besides bananas
    Snacks during the day- all veggies, or one of those small baby bell cheeses
    Dinner-a salad with a slice of grilled chucked and a small side of lite zest italian dressing.
    I'd be eating this and exercising 4-5 times a week
    I'm currently 16, 5'4 and 153 lbs. Would following this diet plan really help me lose 5-6 lbs a week. If not how much would it? Thank you

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    It's not realistic. Maybe 2lbs a week. Pick up a 10lb plate and realize how heavy that is. If you are looking to lose that much in fat. It's not happening. Maybe a few lbs of a fat tops! You can lose close to that weigh in water weight. Which is much different and you can gain that back. It can help you go down MAYBE one dress size..but it's temp. Be more realistic and do a 6 week workout/diet program.

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    Yeah but It will be super hard

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    Your diet and exercise plan seems very unhealthy.

    HEALTHY WEIGHT LOSS IS A VERY SLOW PROCESS! You should only lose a maximum of 2 pounds per week! Losing more than 2 pounds a week is dangerous: You will be REDUCING your MINIMUM nutritional requirements for good health! Plus, you are more than likely gain all the weight back because very low calorie diets are hard to sustain for a long time!

    One pound equals 3500 calories. Two pounds equal 7000 calories. So if you eliminate 1000 calories a day from your diet, you should lose 7000 calories per week which is 2 pounds. If your diet is mainly unhealthy, eliminating 1000 calories a day should be easy BUT if you already eat healthy cutting that many calories a day is not recommended because your probably getting the correct calories you need each day! You can also burn calories/fat by doing aerobic exercise.

    The AVERAGE recommended daily calorie intake is 2500 calories a day for men and 2000 calories a day for women. But remember this is the AVERAGE amount! Each person is different! Your calorie intake may be lower or higher depending on your weight, muscle mass, and activity levels. To make sure you are eating the right amount, you would need to calculate your "personal recommended calorie intake".

    There is NO NEED to do a SPECIAL DIET and to completely give up junk food! When it comes to eating, learn MODERATION and PORTION CONTROL! When eating UNHEALTHY foods/drinks limit intake to ONE SERVING PER DAY! Look on the package label to see how many ounces/amounts equal one serving. Buy foods marked LOW FAT, LOW CALORIES, LOW SODIUM, REDUCED SUGAR! Do research to find out how to select LEAN MEATS for eating because they are lower in fat! Fresh Fruit is naturally sweet and healthy and can help replace sweet desserts and candy. Try raw vegetables and dip instead of chips and dip. Limit intake of greasy/fried foods and frozen meals. Only eat one meal once or twice a week at fast food restaurants. Drink approx. 64 oz water each day and limit intake of soda pop, alcohol, sugar drinks.

    Still not losing weight? It is time for a serious food analysis! Keep a food journal to see what you are eating in EXCESS. Do research and find out how much sugar, salt, sodium, unsaturated fat, saturated fat, calories is needed for your age group. Monitoring the previous things found in FOODS AND LIQUIDS will greatly help with weight loss!

    Aerobic/Cardio Exercise will get rid of FAT located ANYWHERE on the body! Burn calories/fat by doing aerobic exercise at least 30 to 45 minutes per day, 4 or 5 days per week. Each person is different! You may need MORE or LESS exercise depending on your age, body weight, and calorie/food intake. Do a Warm Up and Stretches BEFORE exercising to prevent injury! Do a Cool Down and Stretches AFTER exercising to prevent body stiffness! You must continue to SHOCK YOUR BODY to keep losing weight! If you do the SAME exercise routine for months, your body will get use to that routine and not work as hard to burn calories/fat, therefore you will not see results! Easy INDOOR aerboic exercise includes dancing to your favorite music, step aerobics using a step bench, rebound aerobics using a mini trampoline, or doing aerobic exercise videos that can be bought at Amazon website or Collage Video website.

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    You're starving yourself on that diet. An orange for lunch? Seriously? If you could actually stick to it, yes you will lose a lot of weight initially but then the weight loss with just stop and you'll be disappointed to what you did to your metabolism...

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    Default Re: Diet plans, 5-9 pounds a week?

    Get on an awesome diet, and work out daily, and the pounds will come off. No sweets, incorporate nice mix of fruits, fiber, carbs and protein.

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