How to quickly loss weight

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How to quickly loss weight

by Caroline Wayua

​The quick weight loss diet will help you attain your ideal weight quickly. Ideal weight should be for maximum health, wellbeing and long life. If someone has been considerably overweight for years it is guaranteed that through the intake of the right diet their will attain the ideal weight.


You don’t need to be scientific about what you eat jus sensible….and forget about fads. Eat a variety of foods but not too many calories, that is the way to good nutrition. Not a very complicated idea but a sound one.

All that is true as far as it goes, which is far short of the reducers goal, balanced eating is a very sensible system. But for most overweight’s it just does not work. And if it does not work for you then the concept of balanced dieting is useless for you.

A specific instructions and recommendations the pounds come off safely, swiftly and far more safely. Weight loss diet will accommodate your personal needs.

This time you can have confidence that you can achieve wonderful reducing results and the slim figure you want.


Weight loss is not mostly water loss, you dump a lot of water the first few days and there the weight comes back. You will lose weight quickly because of restricted types of food and other elements which result in your consuming fewer calories and burning up more calories than with varied eating. Every single day that you are reducing through dieting you should not be guessing but focused on regaining ideal weight.


In the process of satisfying hunger you are better off eating smaller meals 6 times a day than 3 bigger meals as is a general custom.

Limit yourself to this extensive selection of high protein foods.

  1. LEAN MEAT– With all possible fat trimmed off this includes; beef, lamb, veal. Eat it boiled, baked or smoked. No butter, margarine, oil or other fats or greases are to be used either in the cooking or in the eating
  2. CHICKEN AND TURKEY– With all skin removed, boiled or roasted with no butter, margarine, oil or other fats or greases permitted in preparation or in serving. You may have cocktail sauce, kenchup in moderation.
  3. EGGS– Hard boiled preferably. Also soft and medium boiled eggs made in non- fat,  non-
  4. COTTAGE CHEESE, FARMER CHEESE, POT CHEESE and other cheese made with skim milk and no whole milk.
  5. AT LEAST 8 GLASSES OF WATER DAILY absolutely essential as much as you want. You may also include coffee and tea without cream, milk or sugar. You may sweeten with non-calorie sugar substitutes to taste. Enjoy all the club soda and non calorie carbonated beverages as often as desired.

The eight glasses of water is daily are in addition to whatever coffee, tea or non calorie carbonated beverages you drink. This is an integral part of the specific internal process put in to motion to lose weight.

In the process of losing weight much more of body fat is burned up. This leaves in its wake the waste products or ashes of burnt fat. They must be washed out in you system by water which also serves to relieve any unpleasant dryness and taste in the mouth.

Any time you feel a great desire for sweets, pour a glassful of non calorie carbonated beverage, this is a treat you may enjoy just about as many times a day as you wish.

You may use common seasonings such as salt, pepper, garlic, cloves and other herbs and spices. Do not use any creamy or oily dressings.


  • All fruits and fruit juices– canned, fresh or frozen
  • Daily products– skim milk, cultured butter milk, cottage cheese
  • 1 egg 3 times a week
  • Breads and cereals– bread rice, macaroni products; noodles, spaghetti, all cooked and dry cereals.
  • Desserts and miscellaneous– cornstarch, corn syrup, honey, jams, jellies, gelatin, kenchup, spices, coffee, tea (no cream or whole milk).


  • More activity, less sleep– you have a better chance to become slim and stay at ideal weight if you limit your sleeping to a maximum of 8 hours out of every 24. Activity, alertness, keeping on the go all make reducing weight easier as you use more energy and calories, you are less likely to eat unnecessary because of listlessness and boredom. When you are sleeping, you don’t assist your body as much in burning up the food you have eaten.
  • Eat slowly – you will be satisfied with if you eat slowly and cut food in small portions, then take small mouthfuls and chew slowly and thoroughly before swallowing.
  • Don’t eat or reach for food unless you are hungry– before you reach for any food ask yourself if you are really hungry, if not don’t eat it. Remember how many times you have been disgusted with yourself when you have eaten something you didn’t have to, didn’t really want to.
  • Less food in your plate– when you put less food in your plate you are less tempted to eat more than is necessary to soothe your hunger. The reverse is also true.
  • Omit salt or use it sparingly– salted food tends to retain more water in the body and increase weight. Unsalted foods are less tempting and you eat less.
  • Don’t use sugar in beverages– every teaspoonful adds 18 calories. Non calorie sugar substitutes now are just as sweetening. You get plenty of carbohydrates and energy from other foods you usually eat during the day.
  • Don’t use butter, margarines, oil and creamy fats and rich dressings- avoid these for they will automatically lead to weigh gain.
  • Taste the forbidden food but don’t eat it- a taste will only have fraction of calories, don’t deny yourself a taste of something you find particularly delicious but don’t eat.
  • Stop eating when you hunger stops- put aside whatever you haven’t eaten for a snack later or for the day.
  • Speak up “I am dieting”- don’t hesitate to tell your family and friends.
  • Weigh yourself daily- check your progress though knowing your weight.
  • Don’t stop at ideal weight- maintain through keeping the diet rules.


  • Have a healthy breakfast preferably before 9 a.m.
  • Avoid having lunch after 1.30 p.m.
  • If possible have dinner before 8 p.m. eating after eight could lead to weight gain. If you choose to have dinner later than eight opt for a light meal
  • Women 40 years and above should avoid dense complex carbohydrates such as bread, potatoes and pasta after 5 p.m. as these are energy providers and are better consumed early in the day.
  • Drink plenty of water during the day, often when we think we are hungry we are thirsty. The recommended eight glasses a day is a good way to go.

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Emerging from the athletic heartland of Rift Valley, Eka Kaoo was destined to have a relationship with sports. However, instead of lacing up running shoes, Eka picked up a pen, weaving narratives around the athletes who brought pride to Kenya.

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