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Lose 10 inches in 10 days

Have a wonderful dress or a nice pair of trousers that you can't fit in anymore? Here is good news for you. You can lose as much as 10 inches in just 10 days without compromising health.

Weight Management By Meenakshi Chaudhary / Jan 14, 2014

Quick Weight Loss

Have a wonderful dress or a nice pair of trousers that you can't fit in anymore? Here is good news for you. You can lose as much as 10 inches in just 10 days without compromising health. Following tips can help you slim in a healthy way.

Reduce Calorie Intake

First thing you need to do is to decrease your daily caloric intake to form a caloric deficit. You can consult an online basal metabolic rate calculator. The free calculator will give you an approximate figure for the number of calories required without any exercise to sustain your current body mass. Now reduce your daily intake to about 500 to 1000 fewer calories than your basal metabolic rate.

Get Active

All the extra calories you burn by doing simple physical activities add lots of calories burned. Adding a little activity to your daily routine will help you start losing weight quicker than you can imagine. Just be creative and start thinking about how you can gradually add some extra physical activity your daily routine.

Chew your Food Longer

To reduce the calories you get from your food and to assist in the digestion you should chew your food at least 8-12 times. Eat slowly and chew it more. Your body doesn't realize that you've had enough to eat until several minutes after you've had it. While eating quickly you may end up eating more than you needed.

Early Morning Workout

Workout for at least 30min to an hour as soon as you wake up in the morning. Several studies have found that working out in the morning helps you burn up to 3 times as more fat as opposed to working out at any other time during the day.

Try Some Kicks

To burn more calories you can start your day with  some simple yet effective exercise. You can try single leg kicks. Start on all fours and pull abs in and lift your right leg and extend it out diagonally from body. Perform around 30 to 40 reps with both legs.


Drinking more water lowers the amount of fat stored in the body. If you don't drink ample water then as a result, your kidneys may pass most of its unfinished work to your liver. One of your liver's functions is to help your body burn stored fat for energy and it can't perform that job fully if it has to do the kidney's job also. So it is always recommended to drink lots of water when you are hoping to lose weight quickly.

Drink Green Tea

Studies show you can burn 35-to-43% more fat during the day when you drink 3-to-5 cups of green tea. If you do not have time to make your own green tea then you can simply take a green tea diet pill supplement.

Walk More

Walk more to lose more. If you don't have time to go on an exercise program , buy a pedometer, and try to get in 10,000 steps a day to burn an extra 100 calories or more everyday which adds up to you losing over 10 pounds a year with minimal effort on your part.

Lift Weights

You burn more calories when you lift heavier weights. You'll get a much greater after burn effect from lifting heavier weights because of the high intensity and your body's metabolism will burn more fat to help your body recover from your heavy weight training workout.


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