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If you go for the 2 week fast, it will still help to get in lots of veggies and fruit and that will give you a chance to start a healthy eating/waste-not-want-not style of eating. Some people find it easy to do (my daughter can go without anything in a day) but others find it much harder. Just be sure to do a few days of normal meals (not “diet” food) in between the fast days, to give your body time to “adjust” to the fasting.
You’re right, it’s all a mental thing, once we put our minds to it, we can stick to it.
Great idea, thanks, just like with anything if you keep at it, it will do you good. I think our minds are so conditioned to the old way of eating that we need to do it a few times before we will begin to enjoy it. I have always had a healthy appetite but now it is ravenous so I will be trying it out and seeing if I can do it.
I am trying this for 4 days, the first day was not good, I gained a few lbs, ate more on the first day than I have in the last 2 weeks, then I went to bed hungry, which made me feel bad and angry, I did not get to the last 2 days. I am starting again today to see if I can at least go 4 days. It was a good experiment.
The first two days are the toughest, then they get easier, it is all about your eating style. For me, I don’t think I will be able to stick to it for 7 days, it’s just not my style. Do what works for you, you can still try it. It may help you to read what other people have written and see if they have done well with it.
I know you’re not supposed to count calories but on day 6 (of 7) I saw a news story about how you can do an exercise video and it helps lose weight by the number of calories you consume. Maybe you can get some free videos from the fitness company?
I did the plan last year and saw how much weight I lost in the end (12.2 lbs) and I loved it, I hope this year I will get the same results. Keep us posted on your progress.
If you really want to keep it simple, then use an online weight loss calculator such as this one, www.weightcalculator.com/calories-weight-loss.aspx to find the number of calories you should be consuming per day. This will allow you to maintain your metabolism and get the best results.
As you say, the first few days can be tough but you have to have confidence to make this work. I think you’ll find that it’s a bit easier to lose weight than you think.
This is a great site. I started the plan at the beginning of this year and although my husband and I work very different schedules, I started the diet at 6am Saturday and plan to work my way through to the end. It’s a challenge but not as much as you might think.
i was very surprised to see a 7 day weight loss calculator on the internet. it must have been a long time since you used a calculator.
this weight loss website is also very helpful.
Have a great day!
Michele (January 5, 2016 at 10:41 am)
I agree with the comment about losing weight. I use an online weight loss calculator from a professional site (www.weightcalculator.com). It tells me how many calories I need per day. You should check this out and if you’re struggling with this, you can also use the diet suggestions from the other site (http://diet-exercise.org/diet-nutrition-plan/).
As far as the online calculator, I think you might want to look at their other website as well. It’s at diet weight loss calculator (www.dietweightlosscalculator.org). They have a few different ones, but they all have a great dieting plan in them.
I am working hard with other weight loss tips and with other online calculators to see if I can finally succeed.
Carolyn (January 7, 2016 at 7:22 pm)
I’m hoping that this will be a great weight loss tool for me because it makes a lot of sense. I agree with all the points made. I’ve never used a weight loss calculator. I just do my own math and then write it down on my journal.
You mentioned that the BMI index is more relevant for men and women because weight changes with age. What do you think about using the BMI index for children as well? For children as young as 4-8 years old? Would that be a more meaningful tool for them?
Michele (January 7, 2016 at 9:27 pm)
The BMI index is a good one for both children and adults. They often don’t know what they’re eating, and they don’t weigh themselves, so the BMI index is a good way for them to know if their BMI is okay. It’s also helpful for children who may be more at risk for obesity, because a BMI index of greater than 2 means you are at risk for obesity. I know that I was at risk, and I didn’t even know it!
Thank you for this article. I am overweight and I know that I need to lose a significant amount of weight. I have seen a nutritionist, and I am considering the NutriSystem weight loss program. I don’t know if you have any other recommendations.
Gert (January 12, 2016 at 2:30 am)
I use this system with my 7 year old son. The only thing we change is his portion sizes. He has lost weight.
I think this is a really good article! It seems like a lot of people are not educated on what the BMI actually means.
I also think the food caluclator in this article is very helpful. I love food caluclator websites, it’s so easy to use. I never even knew there were websites like that!
Karen (January 16, 2016 at 6:12 am)
I absolutely agree that the BMI is a pretty easy way to gauge weight…it’s great for kids as it doesn’t require them to understand the calorie content of food. The fact that your BMI is a good estimate of your obesity doesn’t surprise me one bit.
I think they should have had more information to help people like me who knew that I was overweight and I had a heart disease, but I hadn’t been tested and diagnosed as hypertensive (I didn’t know that until I took a class on this last year. I would not have been surprised to learn that I had had high blood pressure for quite a while.) Now, I know that I need to change my lifestyle…but I still don’t know exactly what I need to do. I am not willing to spend a lot of time and money eating right and exercising…I’m just not sure where to start.
I will read this article again, to see if I can find any info