What is the fastest way to lose 8 kg of weight?

Consuming fats like olive oil and avocado have a positive effect on weight loss.

The fastest and most effective way to lose weight is governed by what you eat, how much of it you consume and what kind of activity you do. When I mention the word fast, I’m referring to the bypassing of misleading information, that may have given everyone mixed messages over the years. When you change your diet, you will get faster results, than thinking activity alone, whilst over-consuming, will do the trick.

I want to put this lightly for everyone – ‘You can’t out-train a bad diet’ not now, not tomorrow and not in the near future. Diet is the key driver, exercise is the secondary vehicle. Now let’s get to the really good tips that will help you, not only lose 8kg of weight, but change your body shape as well. This is truly a wonderful byproduct of weight loss with food, and exercising by lifting weights.

6 weight loss solutions that will get you results faster

  1. Change your diet. This is the key and driving factor to weight loss success. Make vegetables (cruciferous vegetables are best: Broccoli, kale, cabbage, brussels sprout, leafy greens etc) These vegetables, not only help you reduce the risk of cancers, heart disease, they also contain many vitamins and are extremely nutrient rich. They help you feel full for longer periods of time, lower inflammation and contain fibre, making it a very important factor in weight loss. Women can have 2.5 cups of veggies per day, whilst men can increase it to 3. You can split this portion up from breakfast, through to dinner. Yes, you can have veggies for breakfast. What about scrambled eggs or tofu with your veggies? You can also mix them with a variety of organic nuts, olive oil and smoked salmon. Choose and experiment with a variety of ingredients.
  2. Fast intermittently. One of my favourite and most effective lifestyle changes is to intermittently fast every single day. If this is too much for you, start off with a couple of days per week. You will still get some great results. If you want to get even better results, and at a faster rate, then try it on a daily basis. Alternate your fasting and feeding hours, so you don’t get stuck in a plateau, and neither does your body. Use the recommended hours that are 12, 16, 18, 20, 24 and 36. You can do more of one period of time than another. It all depends on your goals. If you want to lose weight quickly, then you might want to fast for 20 or more hours for 3 consecutive days, followed by a 12 hour day. Test the waters and see what works for you.
    They key to IF’s efficiency
    IF works by decreasing your insulin levels, which facilitate fat burning. This is one key hormone that many people have a problem regulating, mainly because of all the processed foods and sugars in the diet. IF sorts this out quite fast.
    HGH (human growth hormone) is increased with fasting, and it is responsible for fat loss and muscular gain. This is not the only thing HGH does, but in terms of weight loss, it’s a key factor.
    The results will astound you in more ways than one, and because of this, it will increase your ability to keep using this form of weight loss as a lifestyle technique, instead of just a regular diet. The trick is to keep on fasting for life, if you want to stick with the results, and have optimal health.
  3. Lifting weights regularly over prolonged cardio sessions. Lifting weights is a fast and effective way to lose body fat and gain muscle mass. This will change your body shape dramatically, by helping you look slender, athletic and fit, as well as lean and trim. It’s also a great way to lose visceral fat, which is located in the belly (and is the most dangerous fat we can carry on our bodies). The reason why lifting weights is so important, is that it will help us build muscle mass. Muscle mass increases our resting metabolism, meaning that we burn more calories at rest. This is a great advantage over the long term.
    Weight training is also strenuous on the body, which requires an increase of oxygen uptake. That increase pushes our bodies to burn calories whilst training, and after we’ve finished. This is the magic of the after-burn effect, and it’s is activated after lifting weights, and HIIT.
  4. Get a decent amount of sleep regularly. Sleep is essential for fat loss, and general well-being in your every day life. Sleep deprivation causes a cascade of negative health benefits, whilst putting us in a position to make poor food choices. Lack of sleep alters our hormones by increasing our appetite (especially for those dreaded refined carbs and sugars!). This puts us at risk of obesity.
    We all need different amounts of sleep, but the general consensus is roughly 7 hours per night. I know in real life this isn’t always an achievable number, but we can certainly try and aim for it by getting to bed a bit earlier, and sacrificing that senseless TV watching at night. Try unwinding for at least an hour before bed to give you some time to feel tired, and induce those sleep symptoms.
  5. Consume fats. A lot of people are scared of fats like olive oil, avocado, nuts and coconut oil. The truth is they are very good for your health, and promote fat loss by how slowly they are digested, which reduces appetite, and keeps you full for longer periods of time. Mediterranean rich healthy fat from olive oil and nuts are associated with lower risk of weight gain in comparison to low fat diets. Don’t stray from eating healthy fat on a daily basis, even though the calorie rate is high. The benefits in both health, wellbeing and reductions in body fat are too great to ignore.
  6. Get in some HIIT regularly. HIIT is fast, furious and extremely effective for fat loss. The trick is to work at a higher pace, then recover for a specific amount of time. This is continuously implemented for about 20–30 minutes. You work at a fast pace for a shorter amount of time, to get better results. This pace is obviously too high to pursue for more than 30 minutes, and it’s not recommended to go beyond this time-frame. Save the 1–2 hours sessions when you are walking at a slow pace, and more for relaxation purposes.
    There are many forms of HIIT you can do, depending on what you prefer. I like strong man circuit, and sprinting on a treadmill. It’s also a great idea to go outdoors and find some stairs, or a hill to perform your HIIT. Keep it motivating by swapping what you do continuously.

I do hope this has helped you somewhat.

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