In order to lose inches at any rate, you need to be conscious of what you're putting into your mouth and you need to burn off the extra calories. Painful, expensive surgeries are not needed to lose inches and so called "diet pills" aren't required either.

The best way for us to lose inches is by doing it naturally because it's guaranteed to not harm our bodies, including our body's organs. Some of the diet pills available can be pretty hard on the body's organs and can produce nasty side effects.

What to do to lose inches fast:

Eat Healthy Foods

This is the easiest thing you can do. You already eat, right? What you eat largely effects what your body looks like, both on the inside and the outside. Nutritious foods that you should be eating include fresh fruits and vegetables, good fats, whole grains, protein and lots of water. Some suggest to drink 8 glass of water per day and you can work with that, you can also just try sipping on water throughout the day. If you wait until you're thirsty, your body is already feeling dehydrated.

Keep Calories in Check

You can find a free calorie counter online where you can input your weight loss goals (say it's to lose 2 pounds per week) and the calculator will tell you exactly how many calories to eat each day to achieve that goal. If you eat more calories than your body requires and you don't burn them off, they're going to be stored and add inches. This isn't what we're after. We want to lose inches!

Exercise Regularly

Try to workout at least 3 days per week. You should include cardiovascular activity and strength training in your exercise program for the best results. Cardio exercises will help the body burn calories which will result in a loss of inches and strength training will help to build up the muscle mass in your body, which will help your body burn more calories at rest. High-intensity interval training (or HIIT) will help you lose inches fast because it continues to burn calories for hours after you've stopped training.

Stay Motivated

A great motivator is seeing results. You know what you're doing is working so you keep doing it. The best way to measure your progress is by using a measuring tape, not a scale. The easiest way to tell if you're losing inches is by taking measurements every 14 to 30 days or so. Don't do it too often or you will just get discouraged. Journal your findings each time you measure and then you'll have your very own record of progress that will help you stay motivated and focused for the long term.