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How To Lose Weight in 2 Weeks

Written by Hannah.T, PhD | Reviewed by Jamie, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

If you are searching for the best diet to lose weight quickly, look no further. Our diet plan and healthy tips will show you how to lose weight fast in 2 weeks.

Lose Weight Quickly With The Bikini Diet Plan

Slimming down quickly without going hungry is no longer an impossible dream but a rock-solid reality experienced by many on the Almased smoothie diet. 

Almased’s 2-week Bikini Diet Plan is the perfect way to kickstart your weight loss journey. Whether you need to get ready for your upcoming beach vacation or just want to work off that lingering holiday weight, this plan will help you shed the pounds fast!

Week 1

During the first week, you’ll replace all 3 meals a day with Almased meal replacement shakes. This strategy is called liquid fasting. In between your shakes, drinking plenty of clear fluids — 64 fl oz to be exact — will keep you hydrated and feeling your best. 

The variety of flavors and recipes to go with your shake will make your taste buds happy. Your metabolism will be working all day long, from the first shake of the morning through your overnight sleep, helping you lose weight fast.

Week 2

For week 2, you’ll replace 2 meals a day with Almased shakes. Have a shake at breakfast to kickstart your metabolism and another a few hours before bedtime to nourish your body while you sleep. 

During lunch, try to eat a low-carb, healthy meal with lean proteins. Cut out those processed foods and focus on nutrient-dense foods, like whole grains and vegetables, for a well balanced diet.

How Almased’s Weight Loss Plan Helps You Lose Weight in 2 Weeks

Almased is a high-protein, low-glycemic meal replacement shake. Almased helps the body select fat as fuel shortly after consumption of a shake.1 Your metabolism is kickstarted, and abdominal fat burns off.1 

While you’re losing weight, Almased contains quality nutrients that help protect essential muscles and keep you feeling full.1 On top of all that, the bioactive peptides may help lower blood pressure and cholesterol.1

One of the reasons Almased works so well is that it overcomes leptin resistance. Leptin is a hormone that tells your brain that you’re full. Many people with obesity have too much leptin and become resistant, so they can’t tell when they’re hungry or full.2 This makes keeping weight off incredibly difficult. High-protein Almased lowers leptin levels2, which is critical to helping you lose weight.3

That all adds up to good news for you: you won’t feel hungry or sluggish while you fast! Don’t take just our word for it — here are testimonials from happy customers who only needed 2 weeks to lose weight.

Almased Success Stories

If you’d like to know how to lose weight in two weeks, read what happened to Harriet C.:
“During 14 days on the Fasting Phase, I lost a total of 12 pounds! For me, weight loss has been a real accomplishment. One of the things that I experienced with Almased is that I didn’t get cravings or the urge to eat something all the time, like during many other diets out there. I give the credit to Almased for helping me on this journey. I finally feel comfortable in my clothes.” 

Olenka F. fasted for 7 days on the Almased diet plan. Even though she hadn’t had luck with other diets, and often had migraines when trying to lose weight, her experience with Almased was completely different: “After 2 weeks, I had lost almost 10 pounds. I feel great! I sleep amazingly; I have a lot of energy, and I am not hungry at all. I love this product, and I can see the results."

Stay Slim for Life

Yes, losing that weight and gaining your slim body is a life-changing experience. But once you accomplish that feat, how do you keep it? If you go back to unhealthy habits, the old way of doing things will make you gain weight again. 

So, keep the Almased Shake as part of your good-health maintenance plan. Both Olenka and Harriet continued with Almased after the first 2 weeks of weight loss. Harriet “didn’t stop there. I continued to the next phase of two shakes and [eating] one meal daily.” Olenka says: “I replace one meal a day and I am still having results.” 

It’s not impossible to keep that weight off after a successful diet!

7 Healthy Tips to Lose Weight in 2 Weeks

These tips for healthy eating habits and lifestyle changes will help you achieve rapid weight loss. 

1. Lower Your Daily Caloric Intake and Make Sure They’re ‘Good’ Calories

The age-old weight loss wisdom is that you need to burn more calories than you eat every day to lose weight. To lose a pound of weight in 1 week, you need to lower your daily calorie intake by about 500 calories per day.4

However, recent research using Almased diet replacements has shown that not all calories are the same.5 People who used Almased supplements saw more fat burned and energy used than people who ate a control diet, even though they didn't consume fewer calories.5 The low-sugar, protein-rich calories from Almased are better for healthy weight loss than ‘empty’ high-carb calories.

2. Eat Fewer Carbohydrates to Prevent Weight Gain

The standard American diet includes over 250 grams (g) of carbohydrates per day.6 To cut body fat fast, you should consume around 130 g of carbs daily.6 Be sure to say no to fried foods, processed foods, or sugary foods and those no-calorie sugar substitutes, too. Reducing your carbohydrate intake allows your body to tap into your fat storage for energy. 

Just one of the reasons the Almased diet is so easy is that they have counted the carbs and calories, so you don’t have to. Almased is low-carb and high-protein, so you’ll be on the right track when you start the Almased diet plan.

3. Drink at Least 64 Ounces of Water Daily

A 2010 study presented at the American Chemical Society meeting showed that people who consumed 2 cups of water before eating a meal ate between 75 to 90 fewer calories.7 People who drink more water throughout the day are more hydrated and have more energy.7

The Almased Bikini Diet Plan recommends drinking 64 ounces of clear liquids daily, including 16–32 ounces of low-sodium vegetable broth. Check out this delicious recipe

4. Put More Protein Into Your Diet

Protein is appetite-reducing and helps to control bad food cravings and overeating in a healthy and sustainable way.8 Think lean protein like turkey or chicken breasts, fish, steak, low-fat milk, cottage cheese, eggs, and beans. The Almased shake contains 27 grams of high-quality protein per serving to further protect your muscle mass.

5. Incorporate Physical Activity and Moderate Exercise Into Your Routine

In addition to a healthy diet, exercise is always necessary for fitness and overall health. Physical activity is a must for boosting your metabolism. Not only does working out burn calories, thereby allowing you to eat a little more, but it also builds lean muscle mass. 

Cardio exercises are great, even just walking or cycling a few days a week helps with burning calories. If you’re feeling ambitious, try high-intensity interval training (HIIT) for your cardio workout. HIIT leads to weight loss and takes less time than other types of training.9 On the other days, a couple of strength-training exercises will help prevent muscle loss. 

6. Get Plenty of Sleep

Insufficient sleep affects appetite hormones and fat cells.10 According to Eve Van Cauter, director of the Sleep, Metabolism and Health Center at the University of Chicago, “There is no doubt that insufficient sleep promotes hunger and appetite, which can cause excessive food intake resulting in weight gain.”10 Get plenty of sleep to help you meet your weight loss goals and improve your overall health.

Almased can actually help you lose weight while you sleep. Researchers found that the high-protein diet replacement makes you burn more energy during sleeping hours compared to a control diet.5

7. Try These Superfoods for Weight Loss11

Mushrooms — have been used for centuries in Chinese medicine and may assist in helping to keep you slim.11 

A new study, published in Nature Communications, suggests that the Ganoderma lucidum, also known as reishi [mushroom] in Japan, or lingzhi in China, slowed weight gain in animal studies by altering the bacteria in the gut.12 Your gut microbes live in your digestive tract and manage your hormones, battle bad bugs, and help you draw nutrients from your food.

Researchers suggested the mushroom could eventually be used in the treatment of obesity.12

Black Sapote — is known as the "chocolate pudding fruit." It’s deceptively rich and creamy. A 100-gram serving has 130 calories and 191 milligrams (mg) of vitamin C, which is twice that of an orange.11 A study published in Food Research International found black sapote to be a good source of carotenoids and catechins, which spur the release of fat from fat cells and help the liver convert fat into energy.13

Teff — is an ancient grain, sometimes called "the new quinoa." According to Lisa Moskovitz, RD, "It's a more complete amino acid-packed protein than quinoa itself. So that is helpful for anyone who wants to keep calories low and protein high."11 Teff is also a good source of fiber and iron.11 All that adds up to one key element of your slim-down efforts: appetite control.

You can cook teff as a simple side dish with parmesan, onions, fresh garlic, and tomatoes. Also, try to use it as a base for breakfast porridge, adding a bit of honey and fruit, especially low-glycemic berries.

Chia seeds — a not-so-secret superfood for weight loss. Chia seeds contain fiber, protein, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids that are all beneficial to your diet, as they produce the top-notch energy you need.11 According to Carolyn Brown, MS, RD at Foodtrainers, "Chia seeds give you stable energy because of their great ratio of protein, fats, and fiber combined with the fact that they’re low-carb. These super-seeds won't cause blood sugar levels to spike up too high or drop too low, which prevents cravings and overeating later.”11

Chia seeds can easily be added to your Almased smoothie to increase fiber and make you even more full. Check out this step-by-step guide to mixing an Almased smoothie with lots of added benefits, including chia seeds.

Honey — Honey is a natural alternative to artificial sweeteners and sugar. A study at the University of Wyoming showed that honey can curb hormones that make you feel hungry.14 Using honey instead of regular sugar may help you lose weight. The researchers even suggest that eating honey is “obesity protective.”14

Honey is one of the three highly regarded ingredients that make up Almased. In its raw form, honey is added to the final product. Honey gives Almased a slightly sweet taste without the need for added sugars or artificial sweeteners. Enjoy the delicious flavor while honey helps you lose weight.

Combine These Tips With an Almased Diet Plan

While these healthy lifestyle changes can help you lose weight, adding in Almased shakes will accelerate your weight loss. Scientists found that Almased combined with lifestyle changes led to more weight loss than lifestyle changes alone in people who were overweight or obese.15

The all-natural Almased formula contains NO artificial fillers, flavors, sugars, preservatives, or stimulants. The proprietary formula of non-GMO soy, yogurt, and enzyme-rich honey, combined in a unique fermentation process, provides the body with essential nutrients and high-quality protein. Almased shakes nourish your body while helping you achieve quick and sustainable weight loss.


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