3 Weeks Lost 30 lbs.

I lost 30 lbs in 3 weeks following the Thomas Diet. The Thomas Diet is a healthy low calorie diet that eliminates fast food and caliorie soda pop. Just eat your fruits and vegetables every two hours. You can eat anywhere between 800-1200 Calories a day. Try to keep each meal under 200 calories. Drink lots of water. I like to drink a 16.9 oz bottle of water almost every hour.
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  1. hey hey! Have you considered intellectus 424 diet (do a search on google)? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my cousin lost crazy amounts of weight with it

  2. 10 lbs per week that’s over a pound a day. That’s rediculous! I am eating as healthy as possible, and I am walking over 10 miles per day. I am loosing about 3/4 of a pound per day.

    I did not think loosing over a pound a day was possible. But you have inspired me to try harder.

  3. Im very skeptical but I will try this out, we weigh about the same. I had actually lost around 87 pounds, but due to me losing my job and being out of work I regained 30 pounds back :( So are you only eating veggies? Or can I incorporate poultry into it as long as its healthily prepared and withing 800-1200 calories? Let me know plz TY!

  4. Im very skeptical but I will try this out, we weigh about the same. I had actually lost around 87 pounds, but due to me losing my job and being out of work I regained 30 pounds back :( So are you only eating veggies? Or can I incorporate poultry into it as long as its healthily prepared and withing 1200-1500 calories? Let me know plz TY!

  5. 30 pounds in 3 weeks? It sounds like you were starving yourself. At least that’s how I dropped 30 pounds in a month when I went through a bad breakup and would barely eat because I was so depressed during that time. I’m not encouraging weight loss by that method though. You can cause some problems by starving your body of important and needed nutrients.

  6. Losing weight and dieting is not hard, it’s your brain that you have to battle with as it associates pleasure with food. If you can stop being a taste bud slave, i.e. stop thinking fattening junk food is the best tasting food, exercise in moderation (a home or gym cross trainer is great) and MOST importanly be happy with doing that, you will lose weight fast. I lost 3 stone in 3 months but it takes about 2 to 3 weeks to get your brain out of craving those fattening, high calorie foods.

  7. @megawolf21 I know you posted your comment a while ago but hang in there you’ll reach your goal weight with the right portion sizes exercise and plenty of water and I’d suggest you eat 1-2 pieces of candy to reward yourself only if you’ve lost weight

  8. i need to lose 30lbs in 2.5 months to get in the mariens!! I’ll take your advice, {deep beath} here goes!!!!

  9. Hi my names bob and i came up with the “1.5 Diet” its similar to the “Thomas Diet” except what i do is eat every 1.5 hours @ 150 calories for a total of 8 meals in a 12 hour period and at the end of the day thats 1200 calories consumed..I started on August 6th and today im down 24 pounds so far..I drink 18…8 oz glasses of water also..Thanx for the video and keep up the great work, oh btw im shooting for 125 lbs in a year so thats my goal..

  10. You do need to reduce your calorie intake in order to lose the weight. After you have lost the weight that you want you should gradually increase your calories to around 2,000 to maintain your weight at that level. Keep in mind that you should also be exercising.

  11. i dont like veggies or fruits really :/ i want to lose weight badly though
    i am only 13 and weigh around 330 :(
    i dont know what i should do -_-

  12. Fibermania: no offense but 1000 to 1200 calories a day is enough to keep you alive and well. its a great way to lose weight in my opinion. just make sure to eat clean. NO JUNK FOOD! once again i didnt mean any offense to you

  13. You make it sound so simple. Congratulations on all the weight loss!
    I do have one question though – what about exercise? Was that part of your program at all?
    Once again – congratulations!

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