Hi if you want a quicker weight lost...could you etless calories then what is recommended. If you restrict the intake do you still get a weight loss...thanks
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No. The bmi checker gives you a range of calories, and it is recommended that you start near the high end. This will give you a 1-2lb loss per week on average. If you cut calories drastically, your body will hang on to everything as it thinks it's being starved. The weight didn't go on overnight, & the steadier it comes off, the more sustainable it is 😊
It's a myth to think that the less you eat, the more you'll lose, your body is far too clever for that. Read this for a more in depth explanation, Stawberry. healthunlocked.com/nhsweigh...
You can lose weight this way, by restricting your calories more but only if you want to become ill and put all the weight back on again.
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Simple arithmetic often does not work when it comes to weight loss.
Monitor your weekly weight loss and then "fine tune" your calorie intake to give you a weight loss of not more than seven pounds plus two pounds a week.
Faster weight loss tends not to be sustainable - I elected to lose one stone at two pounds a week, and then two stone at one pound a week.
If you have several stone to lose, and do not have insulin problems, you might be able to lose weight faster.
One man I spoke to lost 4½ stone in 50 days - but that did involve walking to the South Pole!
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