Unless you're having a sizable tumour removed, then that's too fast. The loss will be mostly muscle, with some water and waste products. You will go back up once your normal diet resumes. Depends. If you are a person who weighs between, say, 50 k and 100 k, the answer is: no, absolutely not. However, if you are significantly overweight, bedridden, for example, then yes, it could be possible to do so in a "healthy way". Would losing that much weight that quickly be healthy - probably not, even if you are obscenely overweight - being that heavy creates its own unique health issues, losing that much weight in that short a period of time might send a person into shock.
It is safe to lose .90 kilos in a week. The best way to do that is to exercise and watch what you eat.
EAt healthy and exersise! The only way to keep fit!
You can't, that rate is way too steep. For 3 weeks, 6-8 lbs would be a good and healthy result.
Not in any realistic or healthy way. 2-4 lbs/week is about the recommended loss rate to remain healthy.
I can't see a way to do that in a healthy manner. Try diet and exercise, but don't be upset if that doesn't work.
U can use a healthy diet to lose 100
you eat more healthy and exersice way more trust me i know i lost 10 pounds in 2 weeks and i am 11. you eat more healthy and exersice way more trust me i know i lost 10 pounds in 2 weeks and i am 11.
Medifast and other weight loss programs including the Atkins and South Beach diets bring about weight loss in a couple of weeks. It definitely works, however a healthy diet and exercise at home is the best way to go.
yes, but not in a healthy way
Eat healthy, exercise. Exercising is vital for a healthy body, as is eating healthier. There isn't any "easy way" to lose pounds.
The best way to lose 7 pounds in 2 weeks is to diet and exercise. This should be advised by a doctor.
starving yourself for weeks