This is the most stupid and unhealthy way to go about losing weight. You need to combine healthy eating (which also means eating healthy portions, not measily, insufficiant portions) and excercise. Drinking apple juice all day? Can't be too good for the teeth, haha. Try water. If you want to lose the belly then work on that particular part of the body through tailored excercises. Don't be too optimistic about time scale. Most people assume they'll see results in weeks - you won't. If it has something to do with your frame/build, then you'll always be like that, so attempting unhealthy methods to lose this is futile. To add to that, apple juice isn't the kind of calorie intake you want either. It's great as an ad hoc to your diet, especially in the morning or when you're low in energy but it's almost completely sugar. In a 250mL serving of apple juice, you could expect about 114 calories. 98 of those would be sugar and the rest just other carbs that are still pretty high on the GI scale anyway. Instead snack on real apples. They're bulky and tend to fill you up with half the calories. The added bonus is fibre. Also... eating habits like that can influence the formation of stomach ulcers. You're better off eating MORE meals throughout the day and making them smaller. When you sleep, your metabolism basically shuts down and it starts back up again when you eat breakfast. The secret to having a high metabolism is to not let it shut down again which usually happens when you gor for more than 3 hours without eating. Try something like this (play with the times a little but in general you want 5-7 smaller meals a day): 7:00AM - whole wheat bagel and orange juice (whole wheat bagel = protein & slow acting carbs for sustained energy through the day, OJ = quick shot of energy & vitamins) 9:30AM - trail mix bar (ALWAYS a good snack) 12:00PM - tuna on salad (tuna = protein & omega 3, salad is ALWAYS good) 2:30PM - baby carrots (vitamins & low in calories) 5:00PM - banana (another quick hit of energy before the drive home... and potassium!) 7:30PM - baked salmon and asparagus (salmon is a different mix of protein than tuna, you'll even get a little bit of creatine. asparagus is ALWAYS good too) That might seem like a lot but if you keep the portions small you'll be set. You body will also become a calorie incinerator because you're metabolism is going all day without stopping. Some excersises like pushups and squats will make up for the lost boob/butt fat with some muscular support. Having muscluar definition does NOT make a woman look masculine. Throw a nice brisk morning jog to that and you're set. You guys misunderstood! I wrote that I never felt hungry, not that I wasnt eating to loose weight. Thanks for the tips anyway!