Before You Begin – How to lose 14 pounds in 14 days

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Does your dieting past still haunt you? Do you find it harder than ever to lose weight after years of yo-yo dieting? Well, you’re in luck: You’re about to embark on the last weight loss plan you’ll ever need.

It starts with a 14-day regimen designed to melt away pounds and even heal your diet-damaged metabolism. Even if you’ve been subsisting on very few calories (and not losing any weight), you can change your habits and get back the fast metabolism you enjoyed before. If your metabolism has never been speedy, get ready to see it come alive like never before.

Before you start any diet or exercise plan, you need to make sure your doctor is okay with it. The tips outlined in this e-book might not be appropriate for someone with diabetes, malnourishment, or a compromised immune system. Dieter discretion is advised.

Keeping that in mind, let’s walk through the steps you can take to prepare yourself for 14 days of weight loss.

Step 1: Forget the Past

Don’t let past diet failures discourage you. This is a new beginning, and you will have new results. Get ready to try as though you’ve never failed, because you will never fail again!

Step 2: Set Concrete Goals

Your first goal might be to lose 14 pounds, but which activities will you do to burn calories? What types of food will you buy? When will you make time to work out and cook healthy meals? Goal-setting isn’t just about ideas; it’s about fleshing out the logistical details, too.

Step 3: Purchase Supplies

You’re going to need plenty of fresh produce, lean protein, and pure drinking water. If you don’t already have those things on hand, you’ll need to plan a shopping trip. Try to think of other items that could prove helpful. For example, weight loss requires adequate sleep. If you have trouble sleeping at night, invest in some earplugs or a sleep mask that blocks out ambient light.

Step 4: Plan Your Schedule

If you work during the week, you might want to start the initial fasting phase on a Friday evening. That’s because fatigue is common when you’re starting out, and you want to give your body enough time to grow accustomed to the new regimen. After two days, you will feel more energetic than ever.

Step 5: Make a List of Rewards

Think up some tangible rewards you can give yourself for losing weight. Since you want to lose a large amount of weight in a short amount of time, avoid using foods as treats. Instead, buy yourself a new book, or rent a movie you’ve wanted to see. Go for a walk through a new neighborhood, or splurge on a pedicure. There are plenty of ways to celebrate your success that won’t sabotage your efforts.

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