I'm not sure if you can lose any in the long run. A friend used http://is.gd/fatlossprogram and while it's probably not the best system on the planet, she said it worked far better for her than doing the water/other water-related diets.
There is a website that states that you can loose up to 10 pounds on the water diet. That will depend on whether you are doing any exercises in addition to that as well. The water diet has received positive feedback from many people. A proper nutrition as well maintenance in terms of exercise, can help maintain the effects of the diet.
There are different types of water diets. The one where you drink nothing but water is the very unhealthy one, however there is another which last for 5 days and you are given a specific food you can eat for each day. The good thing about the second diet is that you can eat as much of the specific food for that day as you want so you're still filling yourself up. Plus it's all fruits and veggies which are very good for you!
I once drank a glass of water every hour, ate normally but less because I wasn't as hungry, then did a good cardio workout for and hour every night, had a glass of red wine and went to bed - after 2 weeks I had lost 10 pounds and I was sleeping less and woke up more refreshed! So, you don't really need the fad diet part - just the water and the exercise!
You probably will, but the chances you will maintain it are pretty slim. What I recommend you do instead is get a reputable course like http://bit.ly/waterdietfactor and stick to the principles outlined. Weight loss is just sticking to the basics for a longer period of time.
You probably will, but the chances you will maintain it are pretty slim. What I recommend you do instead is get a reputable course like http://bit.ly/FatlossDietPlan and stick to the principles outlined. Weight loss is just sticking to the basics for a longer period of time..