How do I lose weight quickly without starving myself again?

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I used to try and starve myself and I’ve thought about vomiting much more recently and I wanna know if vomiting and starving really works or if I should just try something else…

Category: asked April 6, 2014

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Eat right and be active. Starving and vomiting are very bad for you, anorexia has the highest death rate of any psychological disorder, due to its effects on the body, including growth stunting, hormonal imbalances, heart disease, seizures, intestine complications, such a infractions, and perforations.One may wish deeply to be as skinny as possible, but sickly frail people are not attractive. There is no magic formula for health, the only way is to eat right and exercise, and they call it being "out of shape" for a reason (also applicable to the underweight, as well as overweight), because exercise shapes the body into a healthy form, and what is attractive in people is health and happiness.Also, starving yourself will lower your metabolism, making you retain more from whatever food that you do it, it is best to eat small, handful sizes portions of food, about nine times a day, and exercise for at least an hour straight for a day, and a couple minutes an hour otherwise. Sitting for over an hour can also reduce your metabolism by up to 90%, whereas not only do you burn calories during an exercise, but there is also an after burn that lasts for the rest of the day. My exercises of choice are yoga, and dancing.
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Starving and vomiting=the fat stays there, and your body eats your lean mass instead (muscle).

Just pick a diet, dukan, zone, leangains, whatever works for you, and follow it.
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Vomiting and starving yourself are never the right options, starving is NOT the best, or even fastest, way to lose weight and can make you feel very sick, the same goes for force-vomiting , what you need is a proper diet, there are many weight loss diet plans that you can find online, I recommend checking them out
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I starved myself back in the day and lost tons of weight over a year or so. BUTTTT!!! DON'T. I gained the weight back three times as fast (and now I weigh more than I ever have) because your body is starving. It needs nutrients and you can't starve yourself forever. I turned paler than I already was. i was almost hospitalized, i developed health problems. Just don't force your body to lose weight. I then tried for a year to lose weight by eating healthier and going to the gym, but when I didn't see quick results I got let down, and stopped. It took me a very long time to accept that losing weight does NOT happen overnight. What helped me? I legitimately joined Weight Watchers. I eat whatever I want, including fast food. I've lost 6lbs so far without exercise. Losing weight is hard work, this just makes it easier. Your best bet is seriously to exercise and eat healthy. There are NO miracle pills. There are NO unhealthy options that will work. Eat right and exercise. And have patience. Good luck!
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I dropped from a size 17 to a size 11 in the span of 3 1/2 weeks when I was... in a bad place in my life. The stress coupled with not having a home (which meant little to no food) had me dropping a lot of weight in a very short time. It put me in the hospital eventually and I've had a slew of health problems since then (and I wasn't even trying to lose weight...) My point is this: LOSING WEIGHT TOO QUICKLY, ESPECIALLY IN UNHEALTHY WAYS, IS HORRIBLE FOR YOU.

There is no "quick fix" to losing weight in a healthy manner. You need to stand up, take charge, and change your habits. Eat healthier; lots of small meals every day of HEALTHY foods, i.e. veggies and fruits. Use the "deck of cards" rule when choosing a piece of chicken/beef/meat: if it looks wider and thicker than a deck of cards, pass. The card deck size is all you need to feel full. Drink plenty of water before and after a meal - it helps you feel fuller. If you can't eat healthy all the time, pay close attention to the nutrition label facts. Most offer a calorie count per serving, with multiple servings per package (a 20 oz bottle of soda has 130-odd calories per serving, with 2.5 servings in a bottle for a total of about 325 empty calories for nothing.) Stick to the serving sizes, take in only the calories you need (a quick google search will yield the numbers you should try to stick to.) Try to always fit in exercise as well; diet and exercise go hand-in-hand and one does no good without the other.
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Losing weight all depends on your metabolism. I would stay eating a balanced diet, and being active helps. Like just daily walks help!