Avoid crash diets and focus on healthy weight loss
Attempting a crash diet to lose 30 pounds in two weeks may result in health problems. According to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, the acceptable weight loss rate is between 1 to 2��pounds per week. This means that it would take approximately 4 months to lose 30 pounds. Depending on the starting weight, it is possible to lose 30 pounds in about 2 months. Use a mix of dieting and exercising to attain the goal.
Plan ahead and stick to the plan
Use a calorie calculator to determine how many calories need to be eliminated to lose weight. Aim to meet the target each day by eating low-calorie foods that are high in nutrients.
Cut out all junk food
Stay away from any type of processed and junk foods. Aim to cook all meals from scratch using��natural ingredients.
Start exercising and check the progress regularly
Start exercising or increase the exercising time for the week to burn more calories. Get on the scales once a week to track progress.Learn more about Diet Plans