If you want to shed 10 pounds (4.5 kg) in one week, then you need to follow an effective plan.
I’ve tested this plan on clients who were looking to lose weight fast before an occasion like a vacation or photo shoot, and it works wonders.
In fact, some of my customers who use this look like they’ve been on a three- or four-week diet after just one week.
In spite it’s not a long-term fix, this can kick-start your weight loss journey and motivate you for more sustainable long-term changes.
This plan is not recommended if you have a history of eating disorders such as anorexia.
It Is Possible to Lose 10 Pounds in a Week
While it’s certainly possible to lose 10 lbs a single week, it won’t be pure body fat.
Due to the calorie deficiency needed to burn each pound of fat, it’s simply not possible to safely burn 10 pounds of pure body fat in just one week.
However, this isn’t to state you can’t lose that much weight and still look leaner.
While a lot of the weight loss will certainly come from body fat, you will also drop pounds by losing excess water weight.
This is partly because this plan lowers your insulin levels and makes your body to dispose of stored carbs, which bind water.
Although your body can only store around 300–500 grams of carbs in a structure known as glycogen, stored glycogen does hold about three times that weight in water.
Reduced insulin levels will also make your kidneys shed out excess sodium, leading to reduced water retention.
Alongside with diminished body fat and water weight, you may also lose some weight due to less intestinal waste and undigested food and fiber in the digestive system.
Here are the 7 steps you ought to follow in order to lose 10 pounds in a week.
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