losing weight appropriately does not involve the descriptive words "easy" or "quickly". i'm sure there are gimmicks out there you can ingest that will rid you of several pounds quickly, but the weight you lose will be water weight, not fat. furthermore, the backlash you will suffer as a result will probably make you gain fat afterwards.
the body only loses fat at a certain rate. if you diet too strenuously and eat too little, your body/metabolism slows down because its defending against starvation. your fat will burn more slowly. there is no fast, easy way to lose fat weight. if you want to lose water weight, thats fast, easy, and extremely unhealthy.
I lost 40 pounds in 2 months. I went from 6 foot 1 220 to 180. Basicallly....I tried to not eat at all during that time in that I only had salads and water...or diet soda. Before that, I ate out 6 nights a week. I also wasnt exercising. When I lost my weight, I bicycled on an exercise bike 17 miles a day 6 days a week...with heavy clothing on....I havent done any of that and have been eating out nightly again...havent gained any weight back in 6 months. Still 180.....so 10 pounds should not be hard to lose over a 2 week period if you really are determined like I was.....disciplined too
Adding on to the other people's advice, they are correct, there is no safe AND easy way to lose bodyfat rapidly. Safe weight loss, as in little or no muscle loss is about 2 lbs./week. So for losing 10 lbs. of bodyfat, you need at least 5 weeks and that's if you are really working hard! A pound of fat carries 3500 calories so you need a deficit of 7000 calories/ week to lose those 10 lbs. in 5 weeks. This can be safely accomplished through a REASONABLE reduction in calories consumed in conjuction with regular cardiovascular (for burning calories) and stregth training (for preserving muscle) exercise. Do yourself a favor and do this the RIGHT way rather than the EASY way. Good luck!