If you have decided to lose weight and you are determined to succeed, you've already won half the battle. Or should I say a quarter of the battle? You see, the other parts of the battle are learning more about the body's weight loss mechisms, designing a diet and exercise plan, and executing the diet and exercise plan. Losing weight is no small undertaking. As with anything else in life, it takes skill to do it successfully. The more you'll do it, the better you'll get at it.

You have to start somewhere, and I suggest you start by learning how the body burns fat. Body fat is nothing more than stored energy. Your body stores energy when you eat an excess amount of calories. If there are so many calories that your body can't use them all up anymore, they go into the fat reserves. One pound of fat stores around 3500 calories. If you want to burn one pound of fat in a week, you will have to have a caloric deficit of 500 every single day. Because 7 x 500 = 3500, you will have burnt exactly one pound of fat in 7 days!

How To Lose Weight Very Quickly

When learning how to lose weight very quickly, you must keep in mind that it's not really possible to burn off more than one pound of fat per week. If you go beyond that, your weight loss attempt is going to take its health toll from your body. Also, if you somehow manage to burn more than one pound of fat in one week, then you will likely take it slower the next week because it has exhausted you. And in the end, your weight loss will still amount to an average of one pound per week.

To some people, this may seem slow. But trust me, this amount of fatloss will give you noticeable results in one week. You'll be happy with your progress and you will feel motivated. You will want to continue with your weight loss attempt and get more results! You have to stick to a healthy fast weight loss diet that gives you an intentional caloric deficit, and a regular exercise regime. If you do, real results are within your reach! It's going to cost you time and effort and you'll have to stick with this for a few weeks.

When those few weeks are over, you'll be much slimmer. You will have lost enough weight that it can easily be seen with the naked eye. After about 6 weeks of dieting, you really need to give it a rest. The body can't burn fat perpetually. You will stop getting results after about 6 weeks. When this happens, you need to start eating a normal, 'body weight maintenance' amount of calories for a few weeks. Once your body has gotten used to getting enough calories after about a month, you can again surprise your body by suddenly doing another 6 week fat burning period! You will burn fat once again.

Mix up the length of your dieting and non dieting periods to surprise your body for better results. Keep on experimenting long enough and you will find the best way to lose weight that works great for you! Keep trying and never give up!