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#1 TheRaven

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Posted 09 July 2018 - 12:39 PM

Do you guys have any tips and tricks for fast weight loss? Also Im on my period now,will it be hard to lose the weight fast :( I wanna lose 5 kg until the end of the week (Im currently 57,I wanna be 52 so bad :( ). I think about doing chocolate mono diet tomorrow and then liquid fast until the end of the week,do you think this will help me to achieve my goal? Any help will be really appreciated ,xoxo <3


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Posted 09 July 2018 - 01:13 PM

Hiya, your plan sounds good to me and I think you will lose weight doing that. I would advise against weighing yourself on your period as you retain water weight....
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Posted 09 July 2018 - 01:22 PM

Hiya, your plan sounds good to me and I think you will lose weight doing that. I would advise against weighing yourself on your period as you retain water weight....

Awweee,thank you a lot C: I really hope Ill lose that weight and I hope my period wont last that long :( 


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Posted 09 July 2018 - 01:36 PM

OMG I am trying to lose a ton of weight by the end of the week too (I don't have a specific goal). I'm not sure if this is true, but at least for me, right after my period ends my weight drops much faster than normal (because of bloating during my period i guess). Your plan sounds good, but if you can, try to burn a bunch of calories as well, so your body is in fat burning mode. Also, when you are eating, only eat for a few hours in the day, so your body has time to burn it off. I try and eat for only 2 hours a day, but if you haven't done something like that before, I would try eating for a 6 hours window - its called intermittent fasting if u wanna look it up.


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#5 TheRaven

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Posted 09 July 2018 - 01:39 PM

OMG I am trying to lose a ton of weight by the end of the week too (I don't have a specific goal). I'm not sure if this is true, but at least for me, right after my period ends my weight drops much faster than normal (because of bloating during my period i guess). Your plan sounds good, but if you can, try to burn a bunch of calories as well, so your body is in fat burning mode. Also, when you are eating, only eat for a few hours in the day, so your body has time to burn it off. I try and eat for only 2 hours a day, but if you haven't done something like that before, I would try eating for a 6 hours window - its called intermittent fasting if u wanna look it up.

AWWEE GOOD LUCK,I KNOW YOU CAN DO IT <3 and yes,this is sooo trueee,goddamn periods why they gotta be so awful with all that pain and bloating x.x yes,Ill do this as well! Thank you a lot for your advices,means a lot !!!


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Current weight: 64,8 :unsure: 

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gw2:52

gw3:50

ugw:49

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Posted 15 October 2019 - 03:36 PM

Ugh I'm in the same spot! Good luck. I've found that diet soda helps me lose a lot of the water weight. But I second whoever mentioned not weighing yourself on your period!


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#7 Eddiesgirl

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Posted 15 October 2019 - 03:46 PM

I don't think a chocolate mono would be wise before fasting. Your blood sugar levels will rise and then drop further than normal when fasting. This might make you feel unwell.

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Posted 12 April 2021 - 02:02 AM

Hmmm am not-the type of intermittent fasting but i do have to fast ramadan every years , so is there anything could help me to lose weight during my fast? 


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Posted 12 April 2021 - 02:08 AM

It's like I opened my eyes and got transported back to 2005...


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I am trying hard to stay medically stable, after having caused permanent multiple organ damage, and losing everything I loved in my life to ED.

 

Did you know?:

 

*Female bodies generally require a minimum 1200cal/day; Males, 1800cal/day; just to have basic organ function (can require a lot more if tall and/or athletic).

*800 cal/day or less is considered medical starvation.

*The definition of high restriction is no more than a few hundred cals below TDEE. The definition of low restriction is generally anywhere between your BMR (likely at least 1200 cal/day), and high restriction. So for a person who when healthy has a TDEE of 2000 cal/day, high restriction is about 1600-1950, and low restriction is about 1200-1600. With patience, it is very possible to increase your TDEE so you can eat a lot more without gain.

*Eating less harms metabolism and shuts down systems. Eating more than the bare minimum can make metabolism work faster, and also help you feel way better. Low restriction is not necessary, is counterproductive, often leads to binges, and is super dangerous. It also causes the body to eat muscle and bone faster, which frequently leads to heart failure, osteoporosis, and seizures, among other things.

*The brain requires at least 130g of carbs at minimum, per day, just to function. And that is assuming you're not doing a ton of exercise, or very tall or muscular, or in other ways burning through the stores more quickly. Eating less than that, risks not only your intelligence, but causes more anxiety, BDD, depression, makes it very hard to think clearly and make reasonable decisions (including regarding the ED), and risks your organs failing because the brain is responsible for telling each of them what to do. It can also lead to dizziness, coordination, and speech and language problems. 

*You train your brain how to think, and your body how to act, with repetitive behaviors. Repeating healthy thoughts and behaviors every day makes being healthy get a lot easier. Repeating unhealthy thoughts and behaviors every day, makes getting better a lot harder.

*Malnutrition biologically causes depression, anxiety, and OCD behaviors like ED to get way worse. The brain needs carbs, healthy fats, B vitamins, Vit. D, calcium, and magnesium, among other things, to be able to think straight and feel happy. Getting enough of each, can make ED symptoms lessen in whole lot in time.

*Drinking around 96 oz. water/day, getting in daily balanced electrolytes and a multivitamin, and eating just a little bit of a wide range of foods and types of nutrients, can reduce likelihood for organ failure and seizures.

*The longer you stay in ED, the more severe your behaviors need to be to get the same results. It gets way harder over time, not easier, to hit goals.

*ED damage is cumulative, and each relapse gets increasingly more dangerous.

*Pro-ana content makes people sadder.

*ED makes everything in life worse, and does not solve problems. Building a wide range of stress management skills is a much better option, that also has longer-lasting results.

*Recovery might feel rough for a year, or a year and a half, but will feel awesome then for the rest of your life. Harm reduction is way better than nothing! Each day we get to live, is a new day to start over and try again.

*A majority of people with ED recover fully eventually. You can get there! The sooner you try, and commit fully to it though, the easier it is and the more likely it is to be permanent. It is easier if you don't have brain/organ damage yet. Keep trying! You deserve to be happy and healthy. <3


#10 Tinkerbell_love_123

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Posted 12 April 2021 - 02:08 AM

Is this supposed to be one of the sarcastic questions? Because 5 kg in a week is not going to be possible. Atleast not real weight. 1kg of fat is 7700 kcal. So if your tdee is 1500, you would have to fast for over 5 days just to lose 1 kg. Even with exercises, 5 kg in a week is impossible. If you do lose it, it will mostly just be water weight.
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