Saturday, January 27, 2018

Can You Really Lose 30 Pounds In 30 Days?

1st N Weight Loss: Couch Potato Challenge: Day 20
99% of all "MiracleWeight Loss" claims are bogus.  Worse yet, they involve ingesting dangerous drugs, chemicals or stimulants.  But there IS one way to safely lose as much as 30 pounds in 30 days, by following a few common sense steps.

Spend five minutes doing the research and you will quickly see that conventional weight loss thinking says the only safe way to lose weight is at the rate of 2 pounds a week.

If faster weight loss is accomplished using drugs, or chemicals, or harsh stimulants such as ephedra, ma huang and caffeine, then conventional thinking is correct.  What good is losing 15 pounds or more in a month if you damage or completely lose the use of your liver or kidneys?

These miracle weight loss methods only result in a miracle if you don't damage your bodily functions, or die in the process.

Having said that, there is at least ONE sensible way you might be able to lose weight, while at the same time improving your overall health, but understand that different results may vary between individuals due to a number of things such as,  genetic makeup, sticking to a healthy diet, and physical activity to name a few.

It involves a combination of a protein-rich meal plan, multivitamins, a common sense approach to regular meals, and the use of a Cleanse to remove the buildup of toxins in our bodies.

These toxins are ingested by all of us in a variety of ways: bad air, chemically enhanced public water, pesticide coated foods, etc.  These foreign invaders are isolated by our bodies in fat cells, where they do the least damage to our system.

These fat cells are then surrounded by water (kind of like the way an old castle used moats to protect against invaders, only in reverse, the invaders are trapped in the Fat Castle, and surrounded by water to keep them there.)

Once the toxins are flushed from our bodies, the fat cells are then burned up as a source of energy, and the excess water is also absorbed and flushed in the same process.  This can result in rapid weight loss (I lost 8 pounds in my first 10 days, on the way towards 25 pounds lost in the first 30 days, and 35 pounds lost in 90 days), and during this time, the only physical activity I did was walk in place.

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The other two factors that play into rapid weight loss is to make sure your body gets enough protein during a 24 hour period.  The easiest way to accomplish this is by using a protein supplement (normally in powdered form) which you mix into a drink (or a shake or a soup).

Figure about one gram of protein per pound of body weight.

At the same time, you want to limit your intake of bad carbohydrates (like Potato Chips, Popcorn, etc.) and fat.  This will cause your body to begin to burn the excess fat you have stored up.

You also want to eliminate all your sources of refined sugars.  Sodas are the biggest offenders here, but coffee with any form of sweetener will slow down your weight loss as well. In place of caffeine, or sugars for energy I used AdvoCare Spark.

For your normal meals, try and limit your caloric intake to about 600 calories.  If you have two protein drinks during the day (breakfast and dinner) with a 600 calorie lunch and little to no snacking (apples and unsalted almonds are okay in small amounts) you will be on a 1,200-1,400 calorie diet, and your body will overnight become a fat burning machine.

Toss in a little walking as I stated above (a mile or so to begin if you are in any reasonable shape, less if you are not) and you are only a month away from possibily dropping as much as 30 pounds, safely.

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This article is intended to be used for informational purposes only. It is not to be used in place of, or in conjunction with, professional medical advice or any doctors recommendation. Prior to beginning any weight loss program, individuals must consult a physician for proper diagnosis and/or treatment. Results may vary by each individual while working out, or utilizing any of the products mentioned in this article.