Losing 20 kgs in a month sets an unattainable target that often leads to disappointment.
Rapid weight loss can result in nutrient deficiencies, gallstones, and muscle loss.
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.
Rapid weight loss can leave you feeling fatigued and lacking energy.
Focusing on short-term goals may lead to rebound weight gain once normal eating resumes.
Extreme diets can strain vital organs, affecting their function over time.
Rapid weight loss can impact mental health and body image negatively.
Rapid loss often includes muscle, which is essential for metabolism and overall strength.