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Laura Scot

Fitness Instructor and Tennis player | Updated 24 Jul, 2018 |

What is the easiest way to lose weight?

Francisco Vera

Marketing Manager | Posted 29 Jan, 2021

I don't want to use anything for losing weight. I think that the natural way is more better rather than using any tools or something like that. If anyone can wake up early and walk for about an hour would be much helpful. This is natural way anyone can try. I hope that help!

Aditi Arora

Health Blogger | Posted 28 Jun, 2019

Running is the best way to lose weight.

Dazzling Dazzler

Student | Posted 26 Mar, 2019

Well, it all depends on you that how deterministic you are in terms of losing weight. There are many easy ways to lose weight  but you should strictly follow them continuously. Some of the practices you can follow are as follows:

  • Do regular exercise and yoga.
  • Eat more veggies and fruits and less of processed food.
  • Drink as much water as you can take
  • Take a calorie deficit diet.

misha rajpoot

blogger | Posted 26 Mar, 2019

The easiest way to lose weight is:-

1.By doing exercise daily.

2.By doing Yoga.

3.Consuming healthy diet without any fat.

lama bosha

@lama | Posted 24 Mar, 2019

one word!! "Watttter" endless benefits and you won't lose weight only. you gonna feed your skin and body for the good health on the long-run biases. That 750 ml bottle really helped me to keep drinking! 

Nicky Faris

@letsuser | Posted 25 Dec, 2017

Weight loss is pretty simple to achieve if we look at it with a more scientific and rational approach. Essentially, our body needs energy to carry out its day to day functions, and this is achieved through the energy that is provided by food. This energy is measured in terms of calories. For effective weight loss, all you need to focus on is a calorie deficit, which means that you eat fewer calories than you actually consume. This will slowly force the body to burn excess fat to achieve its energy needs. The calorie deficit is often supported with moderate exercise (cardio and weight lifting). Ideally, research suggests that a calorie deficit of 500 calories works well for good long term results. A clean diet that gives you sufficient carbohydrates, proteins, fats and that is within a calorie deficit budget is all you need! But caution must be taken because eating too few calories (less than 1200-1000) on a regular basis has proven to decrease the metabolic rate of the body there by making weight loss even more difficult and having a negative impact on overall health.

When it comes to weight loss, different things work for different individuals since all our body requirements are different. Therefore I suggest you check out the following links to read up more on this topic and then maybe consult a professional to know what works best for you.


Laura Scot

Fitness Instructor and Tennis player | Posted 20 Dec, 2017

Thanks Rukshara!