Whats the lowest i can have in one day? i have 7lb to lose in 3 weeks can that be done? i weigh 9st 7lb at the mo i used ww to get from 11st but i can't seem to shift anymore my weight just keeps going from 9st 6 to 9st 9....
i lost 7lbs in about 4 weeks, i wasnt eating a tiny amount of calories tho, i just dont eat bread or pasta very much and what i do eat i dont eat too much how many calories did it say is the leat u should have a day? hope u manage ur goal! xxx
I know you're not "meant" to go under 1200 but I find at that level I loose like 1 lb ish every two weeks. While I was away I went down to 1100 and when I came back I'd lost 4lbs! I've gone back up to 1200 and since I've come back I've lost nada zip Ippity so I guess some of that is adjustment but you have to find what works for you. Whether it's calorie levels or leas carbas or fat
I was told 1100 to lose 1-2lb a week? im having between 800-900 at the mo if im hungry i will step it up a little but so far its ok. Im eating just lean meat fish salad and veggies no main carbs like pasta bread potatoes... etc
I've also just bought the 7 disc zumba so i shall start that next week and up it to 1000cals a day.
Hey hun! Im tall and fat too do you find that people will say 'oh you're tall you don't look that fat!' yeah thanks! I was on atkins which has taken the hassle our of carb/ sugar cravings and in now thinking of either doing a mini fast and going on a LCD or going straight to a 500 kcals LCD as I've got a *ton* of weight to shift!!
I know 500 might seem low but isn't the Cambridge diet around the same number, only a DIY one won't be as expensive!
Also I can't exercise much apart from sone light walking as I have an awful chest/ asthma at the moment. I will get back to runnin when I can as used to regularly do 4 -6 miles but even when I dis that , ate half those cals back I still sts, which would be fine if i toned up but didn't even look more toned
think its less than 1000, depending on your normal allowance.
500 calorie diets are absolutely not safe. The only reason you get away with 600 on a vlcd is because they are filled with all of your vitamins.
The FDA recommends no less than 600 calories to prevent muscle wastage and any dangerous effects.
Really even shake diets aren't great for you long term, because it sets your body into only expecting 600 calories, so your metabolism adjusts to only need 600 calories. Then you go back to eating normal food and your weight comes all back on if you aren't extremely careful.