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  • Sanitary103 December 30, 2011 at 2:06 am -

    The problem is, is that you don't maintain it b/c your body will always want a state of equilibrium. You always hear Beyonce or whoever on the lemon detox diet and all that crap. It's pure nonsense. Of course those celebrities are desperate and will lose weight on strictly liquid diets but they never work in the long haul.

    As far as what happens when you back to eating healthy, you're bound to gain some weight back. Now how much depends how long you were on this extreme diet/detox.

    Real quick info on me. I used to wrestle in high school and sucked a lot of weight to wrestle at the lowest weight class possible. It was rough to say the least. Sure I cut 7 lbs of water in 24 hours or less but it was never long term. Everytime I starved and worked out to make weight, after weigh ins, I'd gain it all back and then more. It really screwed my metabolism up.

  • kesachette

    Hmm…well i am 16, and it was really weird, i started going to cross-country practice, and i think if your body can handel running, it's really good. The first run was 3.6 miles, but even if you walk/run, you will do really well. I weigh…i think 96, so it toned really well. Quite scary actually. Hope you succeed babe, i don't have enough to keep up With a work-out regiment that vigorous. God Luck!

  • conzal

    First of all, holy crap, you're tall.

    Secondly, I'm sorry to say that losing that weight will most likely result in the need for some kind of tummy tuck / full body tuck, depending on where the weight sat on your body, regardless of how much you exercise. Skin does have some elasticity to just bounce back, but not that much. Most likely your stomach/middle section will need some kind of plastic surgery.

    Congrats on getting motivated to lose the weight and best of luck!!

  • byrett mccradilli

    Hmm…well i am 16, and it was really weird, i started going to cross-country practice, and i think if your body can handel running, it's really good. The first run was 3.6 miles, but even if you walk/run, you will do really well. I weigh…i think 96, so it toned really well. Quite scary actually. Hope you succeed babe, i don't have enough to keep up With a work-out regiment that vigorous. God Luck!

  • elson nord

    First of all, holy crap, you're tall.

    Secondly, I'm sorry to say that losing that weight will most likely result in the need for some kind of tummy tuck / full body tuck, depending on where the weight sat on your body, regardless of how much you exercise. Skin does have some elasticity to just bounce back, but not that much. Most likely your stomach/middle section will need some kind of plastic surgery.

    Congrats on getting motivated to lose the weight and best of luck!!

  • fuhr der

    First of all, holy crap, you're tall.

    Secondly, I'm sorry to say that losing that weight will most likely result in the need for some kind of tummy tuck / full body tuck, depending on where the weight sat on your body, regardless of how much you exercise. Skin does have some elasticity to just bounce back, but not that much. Most likely your stomach/middle section will need some kind of plastic surgery.

    Congrats on getting motivated to lose the weight and best of luck!!

  • kgam

    Hmm…well i am 16, and it was really weird, i started going to cross-country practice, and i think if your body can handel running, it's really good. The first run was 3.6 miles, but even if you walk/run, you will do really well. I weigh…i think 96, so it toned really well. Quite scary actually. Hope you succeed babe, i don't have enough to keep up With a work-out regiment that vigorous. God Luck!

  • jos dousson

    The heavier you are, the more weight you'll lose to start with. Your healthy eating and exercise regime seems to be working well for you, and is not excessive, so I'd say you are losing weight at a good rate. If worried, keep track of your bmi, and remember, when you get your weight down, you may only lose a few pounds each week, so don't be disappointed. Good luck with the weight loss.

  • terski

    The heavier you are, the more weight you'll lose to start with. Your healthy eating and exercise regime seems to be working well for you, and is not excessive, so I'd say you are losing weight at a good rate. If worried, keep track of your bmi, and remember, when you get your weight down, you may only lose a few pounds each week, so don't be disappointed. Good luck with the weight loss.

  • stumaron

    First of all, holy crap, you're tall.

    Secondly, I'm sorry to say that losing that weight will most likely result in the need for some kind of tummy tuck / full body tuck, depending on where the weight sat on your body, regardless of how much you exercise. Skin does have some elasticity to just bounce back, but not that much. Most likely your stomach/middle section will need some kind of plastic surgery.

    Congrats on getting motivated to lose the weight and best of luck!!

  • rpmann zurczi

    First of all, holy crap, you're tall.

    Secondly, I'm sorry to say that losing that weight will most likely result in the need for some kind of tummy tuck / full body tuck, depending on where the weight sat on your body, regardless of how much you exercise. Skin does have some elasticity to just bounce back, but not that much. Most likely your stomach/middle section will need some kind of plastic surgery.

    Congrats on getting motivated to lose the weight and best of luck!!

  • ann eppe

    Hmm…well i am 16, and it was really weird, i started going to cross-country practice, and i think if your body can handel running, it's really good. The first run was 3.6 miles, but even if you walk/run, you will do really well. I weigh…i think 96, so it toned really well. Quite scary actually. Hope you succeed babe, i don't have enough to keep up With a work-out regiment that vigorous. God Luck!

  • yue wauckler

    The heavier you are, the more weight you'll lose to start with. Your healthy eating and exercise regime seems to be working well for you, and is not excessive, so I'd say you are losing weight at a good rate. If worried, keep track of your bmi, and remember, when you get your weight down, you may only lose a few pounds each week, so don't be disappointed. Good luck with the weight loss.

  • ger

    First of all, holy crap, you're tall.

    Secondly, I'm sorry to say that losing that weight will most likely result in the need for some kind of tummy tuck / full body tuck, depending on where the weight sat on your body, regardless of how much you exercise. Skin does have some elasticity to just bounce back, but not that much. Most likely your stomach/middle section will need some kind of plastic surgery.

    Congrats on getting motivated to lose the weight and best of luck!!

  • monda roellarist

    No they don't. Ive tried Rapid Burn and Rapid Loss and found both to be a complete waste of money. I recently bought The Lemon Detox and im really happy with the results. Its amazing how good i feel, im losing weight and correcting bad habits unconsciously. A couple of my friends are going to do the Lemon Detox now and so is dad cos im stoked with this product. Its something im going to do regularly from now on. If you try it and stick to it you wont regret it. Best thing ever!

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