You have reached a stage where you can no longer reassure yourself that whenever you want, you can adjust your weight. You have stopped being under a delusion just because you weigh that much that it is difficult to lose weight in a few days even if you tried desperately.
Most likely, once you decide to melt all the extra weight, you start looking for the best weight loss clinic or methods (and diets) to help you make it at home.
You wonder if there is a way to lose 30 kg in 60 days and whether all of these diets you are reading on the web about are real and effective?
In fact, quite often, those asking this question are overweight people who have acted on the principle trial and error instead of trusting specialists from a weight loss clinic. But the truth is that for a diet to be effective (whether it is for a week, a month, for 30, for 60 or for 90 days), there is an extremely big amount of factors.
What do you need to know before you start a diet to lose a lot of weight at home?
* Consultation with a nutritionist or a specialist at a clinic for weight loss is a mandatory
To undergo a diet to lose a lot of weight, you must be fully aware of your health. Never start a dietary regimen without consulting a specialist as there is a risk of harming yourselves much more than of losing weight.
* Be patient
You have been gaining weight for years, do not expect to lose them in a week.
Do not define deadlines and exact amount of weight that you must lose. Go step by step and do not weigh yourself every few hours.
* Normalize your sleep
After conducting studies on the impact of insomnia on weight, it turns out that lack of enough sleep leads to weight gain. Sleep cycles are controlled by a complex biological mechanism called circadian rhythm. Or simply, every cell has a biological clock. Depending on the hour, these “clocks” send a signal to our body and alert us when we need to rest, when we need to concentrate and when we need food. When the rhythm is disturbed and the sleep is less than 8 hours, it breaks the synthesis of leptin and ghrelin, which are responsible for hunger and satiety. So, if you are wondering: Does insomnia impact weight?, the answer is: yes, it definitely does! The less you sleep, the more hungry you feel and the more weight you gain!
* Monitor your calories intake
The rule is quite simple: the consumed calories from the food should be less than the ones expended. Try to maintain a negative energy balance to lose weight at a fast pace.
Our advice is, instead of worrying and counting the calories yourself, to look for a weight loss clinic where specialists will monitor both the calories you consume and the weight you lose.
How to lose 30 kg in 60 days?
Since the title of this article is How to lose 30 kg in 60 days?, we have prepared some popular diets but we’d like to stress that we are not responsible for them. We also want to make it clear that our advice is, in order to properly implement the diet, to refer to specialists at a weight loss clinic. Clinics such as Lucky Fit have very effective weight loss programs and can help you lose 30 kg in 60 days with a balanced menu, physical exercise and under constant medical supervision.
- Two-week diet
During this diet it’s strictly forbidden to consume: confectionery, beer, wine, biscuits, white bread, potatoes, pasta.
The first two days of the diet are called “Hunger Days”
During these days you drink 1-2 liters of milk, a glass of tomato juice and you are allowed to have two slices of black bread.
Third and Fourth Day – “Protein Days”
During these days you are to consume the following:
Breakfast: Coffee with milk and a slice of black bread spread with honey
Lunch: one cup of broth, 100 grams of boiled meat or fish, one slice of black bread.
Afternoon snack: a cup of milk or tea sweetened with a teaspoon of honey.
Dinner: 100 grams of boiled meat or 2 eggs and 50 grams of cheese and a glass of milk.
Fifth and Sixth Day – “Vegetable Days”
Breakfast: Two apples
Lunch: Vegetable soup (no potatoes)
Afternoon snack: Two apples
Dinner: Cabbage salad, a slice of black bread, a cup of tea sweetened with half a teaspoon of honey
You start again from Days 1 and (“hunger days”) and so on.
While adhering to the diet, it is advisable to take extra multivitamins.
- Protein diet
One of the most effective diets to lose a lot of weight, especially if you increase the physical strain.
The allowed foods are:
- Chicken breast;
- Dairy products;
The forbidden foods are:
Meat must be mainly grilled or boiled. It is allowed for salads to be seasoned a little (at most half a teaspoon of olive oil).
The protein diet does not have a strict eating scheme. It’s important to eat a little (it’s best to have between seven and eight feedings).
- Water diet
A water diet does not mean drinking only water! Its name is such because water intake is really important for quicker weight loss.
You can consume everything at breakfast but the total amount of calories you eat must not exceed 600. Lunch and dinner consist only of water (for the whole day you should drink at least 2 liters of water).
Day Two – Five
Eggs, a bit of potatoes and several slices of whole grain bread are allowed. The water should be at least 2 liters per day.
Day Six – Eight
Breakfast: One apple
Lunch: Spaghetti without butter
Dinner: an apple or an orange. And don’t forget water.
Day Nine – Twelve
Breakfast: One apple
Lunch: two cooked eggs or one or two roasted potatoes without fat. You can pamper yourself with some pieces of dark chocolate for dessert.
Dinner: An apple or an orange
Day 13 – 15
Breakfast: An apple
Lunch: vegetable salad, carrot salad, apple
Day 16 – 19
Breakfast: Noodles without butter
Lunch and dinner: Only water
Day 19 – 21
Drink only water.
Since the diet lasts 21 days, if you have not lost enough weight, you can take a break for a week and do it one more time. But only if you feel healthy to do so.
You can find many diets but what’s important is how did it come to being overweight.
How big of a problem is obesity?
As people who are part of the global society and who have access to all information, we should all be aware that obesity is becoming the plague of the 21st century. As people who care about our health (including our figure) we should also be aware of the dangers that can be caused by overweight… We should pay more attention to what we eat and especially what our children eat.
We should… But what is happening in effect…
Bulgaria is not far behind in world charts according to which 50% of young people up to 20 years old have problems with weight. Bulgaria is ranked at the worrying 5th place in Europe by number of overweight children, as data from a National Survey conducted among children aged 6 to 9 show that 20% of the children are overweight and ¼ are obese.
Since the survey conducted in 2014 by the National Center for Public Health the percentage of overweight children continues to grow and this is a very worrying fact.
According to experts, the main reasons for weight gain in children are unhealthy eating and lack of physical activity. During the survey it became clear that Bulgarian children massively consume confectionery and pastry, soft carbonated beverages and almost do not reach for fruits or vegetables.
Measures that can be taken to address the problem
The World Health Organization has in recent years developed a number of strategies related to children’s health and nutrition. For its part, the Bulgarian Ministry of Health has adopted a plan for “Food and Nutrition” for children in the educational establishments.
Whatever measures may be taken by world and national organizations, without the involvement of the family nothing will be achieved. In Bulgaria we still do not realize that the harmful foods that we allow our children to eat simply because the child is upset or does not like fruit and vegetables in just a few years will turn our children into people suffering overweight and poor health. In a few years only these same “sweet, fluffy” kids will be looking for a weight loss clinic or ways to lose 30 kg in 60 days and will become sick adults with low self-esteem.
The percentage of adults who are overweight in the country is also not very small and even worse is that it continues to increase. An analysis from the World Study on Obesity in Human Health shows that 59% of men over the age of 20 in Bulgaria are overweight and 16% are obese. The situation for ladies over 20 years is not pink either with 48% of them being overweight and 20% – obese. Or, to make it even clearer, the analysis shows that half of Bulgarian women are overweight!
The main causes of overweight and obesity in adults are again unhealthy and unbalanced eating, lack of strict hours of eating, stress, insomnia and lack of enough physical activity.