On the one hand, it's easy to adhere to a strict diet. You follow a certain menu for a while. On the other hand, such diets often end in breakdowns, it is hard to eat the same food, there is no way to diversify the diet. Such diets have strict rules and the slightest deviation from the menu leads to the fact that you have to start all over again.
In addition, such diets are quite generalized and may not suit everyone. All people are individual, so a doctor should be engaged in the selection of a diet. Try calorie counting or PP, these options are suitable for absolutely everyone, have a more varied menu and are good for your health.
It is also worth noting that strict diets have contraindications:
pregnant and lactating;
people with gastrointestinal diseases;
endocrine system pathologies;
people with hypovitaminosis.
And do not forget that any diet should be supported by physical activity, sports. Only in tandem will it be possible to achieve the best results.
A strict diet is something like being loved, drinking and others. It's really strict diets, and you can lose weight quickly enough on them, but it's not a fact that this weight will remain after.
Nutritionists should be concerned with dietary issues, not Internet users. The whole problem is that we do not know anything about you, your condition. It is easy to come up with a diet, but we cannot guarantee that it will not be harmful to your health.
But, in fact, I want to say not about this, but about the dangers of diets. First, more than 90% of diets fail. We drain the body, harm, and then we break down and the weight comes back. This is pure statistics.
Secondly, a strict diet is harmful. Really harmful. Gastric juice continues to be produced because your body is used to getting food at the same time. Deficiency of vitamins and minerals begins.
Instead, you need to understand your diet and lifestyle. You need constant physical activity, restriction of sweets, salt, flour. Eat more vegetables and normalize sleep.
If you give up the idea of losing weight quickly and effectively, but decide to change your lifestyle, then I wrote a short article on 3 hunger stimulants that make you eat more.
Nobody will make a diet for you, especially for quick weight loss, especially in absentia. This is just silly. Two main rules for losing weight:
if you want to lose weight and then stay at that weight, then the diet will have to be followed for life,
you need to lose weight slowly, because this is a great stress for the body, you need to give it time to get used to a new diet, change metabolism, etc.
There are many more different conditions, but judging by your question, you are unlikely to want to comply with them.
Try to follow the scheme - in the morning 100% carbohydrates (porridge, fruits, brown bread, for example, everything should be as simple as possible, without adding sugar and mixing foods with each other, so that you are aware of what you are eating); lunch - 50% carbohydrates + 50% proteins (you can replace coal with vegetables); dinner - pure protein (eggs, low-fat cottage cheese, a glass of kefir, meat, chicken, etc.). The result will be in a week, plus it is an absolutely balanced diet. If you really need to lose weight hard and do not want to bother with your health, then try protein (but the consequences will be checked on yourself) or sit on cucumbers and tomatoes for a week. If you completely remove fast carbohydrates and fats from the diet, leaving a minimum of slow carbs with protein, then you will begin to decrease)
Look for 1200cc per day diet options, there are plenty of them. If you have physical activity at the same time, take a high calorie content, for example, 1400 or even 1600, depending on the amount and intensity of the exercise.
"Diet" and "quick weight loss" are very dubious expressions.
Rapid weight loss will not give the full desired result, since 1. you are likely to gain much more than you threw off
2. Your body (if we are not talking about sports) will look ... cough. Like a chewed piece of candy.
ADEQUATE weight loss takes time and effort. This is sport, it is proper nutrition, it is vitamins. This is not a diet, as diet-restrictions, restrictions-psychological pressure, psycho-logical pressure-breakdowns.