Losing 20 kgs in a month sets an unattainable target that often leads to disappointment.

Unrealistic Expectations:

Rapid weight loss can result in nutrient deficiencies, gallstones, and muscle loss.

Health Risks:

Quick weight loss can cause dehydration due to fluid loss.


Drastic calorie restriction can slow down your metabolism, making it harder to maintain weight loss.

Metabolic Impact: 

Rapid weight loss can leave you feeling fatigued and lacking energy.

Energy Levels:

Focusing on short-term goals may lead to rebound weight gain once normal eating resumes.

Long-Term Sustainability:

Extreme diets can strain vital organs, affecting their function over time.

Organ Strain:

Rapid weight loss can impact mental health and body image negatively.

Emotional Well-being:

Rapid loss often includes muscle, which is essential for metabolism and overall strength.

Muscle Mass: