Nowadays, many people want to lose weight fast and who could blame them for it as losing weight has a lot of benefits that you could get. But, the problem lies with losing weight too fast. A question such as “It is possible?” arises. It’s true that you can lose a large weight at such fast rate, but after a few weeks, you would notice that your weight losing program isn’t effective anymore. Chances are that it is slowing down due to the fact that all the weight that you lose within a short amount of time is just water. The body is composed mostly of water and taking those diet pills only allows you to lose mostly water.
If you are serious about your weight loss program then you can expect one to two pounds a week. The truth to the matter is that most trainer knows this (or they might have hid the fact from you purposely). But, they won’t say that to you since they would lose lots of money if they did.
That is the truth about weight loss program, and no one can argue about that fact. Most of the weight that you lose on the early part of the program is just water. As our science teacher might have said before, “the body is made of mostly water”.
The weight that you loss in the early part of the program are entirely due to the reduction period of the calorie intake. And most weight loss products depend on the weight that you would lose on the first few weeks. The fact of the matter is that water is heavy and the body is made mostly out of it. Cutting a large amount of the water in the body would reveal most of the muscles that we have built for a long time.
After a few weeks, you would notice that your fat burning program is not as effective as before as your weight is not dropping like it was a few weeks ago. From then on, you would see a drop of around one to two pounds every week if you are into an exercise program. This is the healthy way to lose weight; anything that is faster than that would be dangerous to your health. You should not fret over that as that only means that your weight loss program is working fine.