For most people, losing 50 pounds in two months while remaining healthy is not a realistic goal. By consuming fewer calories than are burned per day, it is healthy to lose up to two pounds per week for the average person... More »

While there are plans that can help individuals safely and quickly lose weight, a weight loss of 50 pounds in a month is unrealistic and unsafe. No individual should follow any diet plan that promises a weight loss of mo... More »

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Depending on the dieter's level of commitment, nutrition plan and exercise program, losing 50 pounds takes anywhere from two months to one year. A longer weight loss time indicates a commitment to a healthier lifestyle, ... More »

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Twenty pounds in two months averages out to about 2 1/2 pounds per week, which is an achievable goal, depending on your starting body weight. A reasonable goal for many people is to lose 10 percent of their current body ... More »

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Depending on the dieter's level of commitment, nutrition plan and exercise program, losing 50 pounds takes anywhere from two months to one year. A longer weight loss time indicates a commitment to a healthier lifestyle, ... More »

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To lose 20 pounds in two months, eat several, well rounded mini meals each day, and perform daily cardio and strength workouts. Engage in flexibility exercises to prevent muscle injury. More »

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A person can lose anywhere between 16 to 20 pounds in two months by shedding 500 to 1,000 calories a day or more, according to Adrianne Weeks for JillianMichaels.com. Losing a consistent 1 to 2 pounds a week is a steady ... More »