weight loss


Question by  Lucas (27)

How can I lose 50 pounds in 2 months?


Answer by  Brett (7986)

That is way too much weight to lose in the alloted time, but doing it PROPERLY. On average, a healthy weight lose (by doing it the right way - exercise, eating properly, etc. ), you should expect to lose approximately 10-15 pounds in a month. 25 pounds in a month is far too much.


Answer by  eyeguy (3760)

Elimate all sugar and preplan each meal and snack. Write out the calorie ingested and research how long a chosen exercis will take to burn them off.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Loosing that much weight in that short period of time can be dangerous. Just start a healthy diet and be sure to exercise several days a week to loose weight. Don't push your self to loose that much weight. It can be very dangerous.


Answer by  diane23 (1167)

Unless you are extremely overweight and are under a doctor's supervision for weight loss, it's not safe to try and lose that much weight in such a short amount of time. Some people will lose more weight when first starting a weight loss program, but a safe guideline is 1-2 pounds a week.


Answer by  Vllad45 (1886)

It's not healthy to lose that fast, but try a low-calorie diet and lots and lots of calorie-burning aerobic-type exercise. Kick-boxing is good, as is simply running. Also, if you're serious, keep a food journal and join a gym; it also helps to have a weight-loss partner to keep you on track.


Answer by  Kurt (4579)

Losing 50 pounds in two months is probably unrealistic. That would be endangering your health and would probably not be sustainable. You would be better off to have a goal of losing perhaps two pounds per week ( 16 pounds ) by eating less and exercising more.


Answer by  Anonymous

I lost 100 pounds in maybe 6 months, but I was huge so it was way easier for me to lose weight but I all but starved and still have health issues and it didn't all stay off either I gained some back. So good luck! Sara

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