I will advise you to avoid losing weight so quickly as it can lead to bad consequences on your health. The ideal aim should be to lose about half kg per week or two kg in a month. Try to lose weight in a healthy way. Start slow and gradually increase the intensity of exercises. A combination of aerobic, strength training and stretches may help. If you are not able to exercise daily join a gym. Decrease fat content of your food. Increase the consumption of fresh fruits, veggies and proteins. Physical activity is important for burning calories. Aerobic activities will have the greatest impact on calorie burning. Consider your choices based on your interests. Consult a nutritionist or dietician for the right diet for you. Keep me posted.
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