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Fast Slimming Methods; Quick Weight Loss Tips

Abstract: Advice from a medical expert on eating disorders on how to lose weight fast.

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Fast Slimming Methods; Quick Weight Loss Tips

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Written by: Gunborg Palme, certified psychologist and certified psychotherapist, teacher and tutor in psychotherapy.
First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 13 Aug 2008.

How can I reduce my weight by 5 kilos (11 pounds) in a week? I have found a job as a model and have to reduce my weight by five kilos in one week, what should I do? Give me fast weight loss tips and recommend fast slimming methods.

Answer:

Do not accept the new job. Demands to reduce your weight so much and so fast are very dangerous and can cause eating disorders. It is also not possible to reduce your weight so much in such a short time.

No fast weight loss plans work. They usually cause increased, not reduced weight. If you permanently want to reduce your weight by five kilos, then you must be prepared to change your eating habits for the rest of your life.

The weight of the body is a direct result of your daily intake of food. No quick weight loss cure will have any effect except for a very short time, and will not change your weight permanently.

Before you decide to lose weight, you have to decide if the target is reasonable. A target weight which is less than what is normal for your body is difficult to achieve and can cause serious illnesses.

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