The problem with your diet is that much of your weight loss is not only going to come from fat; it's also going to come from lean muscle tissue and organs. In fact, on VLCDs, the body tends to want to burn ANYTHING *but* fat! It's going to damage your metabolism over time, and the long term results will be that when you return to normal eating patterns, your body will likely put the weight back ON as it tries to store up for your next period of starvation.
You need to be under a doctor's care. VLCDs are not appropriate to do on your own without close medical monitoring to ensure you're healthy and safe, because you aren't taking enough nutrition to power your body's basic functions.
And to answer your original question, no amount of exercise is appropriate, because you are already taking in fewer calories than your body needs to function. Adding exercise on top of that will burn more lean muscle tissue, and compound the long-term effects of the crash diet you're on.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 6/20/2013 (15:26)
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