Losing 30 pounds in 30 days can be problematic no matter if you are about to start a fitness journey or if you are looking to improve or maintain your results.
In previous articles, we talked about viral trends for weight loss, such as:
Nowadays it is very common to find people looking for ways to lose weight. However, the most important thing at the end of the day is to stay healthy in a safe way.
Dr. Larry Burchett on his YouTube channel, explains that the diets that promise rapid weight loss results that he has found online, including advice that apparently comes from people who have lost up to 30 pounds in 30 days, have been extremely suspicious, since most of the people cannot reach these goals, and even then they are not recommended.
The doctor claims that if you weigh 300 pounds or 350 pounds, you can lose a great deal of water by starving. But what is the truth?
According to the doctor, if you lost 30 pounds in 30 days you will probably have them back shortly.
Why is trying to lose 30 pounds in 30 days a problem?
The professional claims that trying to lose such a large amount of weight in such a short time can actually impair your body’s ability to organize weight loss in the future: you will lose muscle and muscle is what burns calories.
Instead, the doctor recommends that weight loss by at a slow pace and supported by a process that is part of a lifestyle change: a pound per week or half a pound per week, for a year is 26 pounds.
He also recommends that to have a caloric deficit eat smaller meals and more frequently. Also, he recommends trying not to overeat and cutting out processed foods and sugar. Instead, add a serving of protein to each meal. That will help build precious muscle, which burns calories, says the doctor, “protein makes you feel fuller.”
Now that you know a professional’s word about trying to lose 30 pounds in 30 days,
Would you try to achieve this goal even knowing his warnings?
Do you know cases of people who have lost this amount of weight in this short time?
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