9 Tips For Fat Loss ( Part 1)

Fat loss is one of the most popular phrases searched on the internet according to a study I just made up.

The average person would like to achieve easier weight loss or like to look differently than they currently do.

Regardless of what Dr. Oz says (please don’t sue me Dr. Oz) there is no magic bullet or pill to fat loss. There are however certain tips and tactics that I have used with clients that produce great results.

 Many people struggle with fat loss not because they lack the will power but because they have the wrong information.

I compare fat loss and health goals to a math equation. If you know what your answer is (your goal) but have the wrong parts to the equation ( nutrition, exercise and lifestyle) your fat loss equation will never add up properly creating frustration and an eventual twinkie and ice cream bender.

It is not always about working harder when it comes to fat loss, but working smarter. Here are a few tips to help you work smarter on your fat loss goals:

       1.) Avoid Processed Carbohydrates

  • Processed carbohydrates include bread,pasta, crackers, muffins, gluten free products, chips, sugar, fruit juices, oats with sugar, breakfast cereals, “health bars,  pastries and  grains.

  • Processed carbs raise our blood sugar rapidly, causing the release of our main fat storage hormone insulin

  • When we keep blood sugar and insulin low by avoiding processed carbohydrates and sugars our body is able to burn excess body fat as fuel instead of needing carbs and sugars constantly

  • Blood sugar helps to drive appetite, and by balancing our blood sugar  with a reduction of processed managing appetite will become easier

        2.) Eat More Protein

  • Protein is one of the highest satiety foods, meaning it will leave you feeling satisfied and fuller for a longer period of time reducing cravings for snacks.

  • The thermic effect of food is the increased energy expended by the body to process that food. Protein rich foods have the greatest thermic effect increasing energy expenditure to process them.

  • Muscles helps us to burn fat, and protein is needed to build muscle.

       3.) Sleep At Least 8 Hours A Night

  • Sleep is when the body is the most anabolic and when we build muscle. Adequate sleep is also pivotal is recovery from exercise.

  • Not getting enough sleep leads to an increase in appetite and  increases cravings for  carbohydrates and sugar

  • Sleep deprivation also causes elevated blood sugar without the introduction of foods which decreases our tolerance to carbohydrates making it harder for us to burn stored body fat as fuel.

If you’re tired of working hard, and not getting the results you want, I can help you adopt the simple habits necessary to reach your health or fat loss goals.

These habits are based on getting you to your goal in a sustainable fashion that can be maintained. I’ll be there every step of the way to support and keep you accountable.  

Get on a Strategy Call with me to Discover how to achieve your health or fat loss goals, and make them yours to keep this time around.

Whether you decide to work with me or not I can guarantee you will leave this call with more knowledge on how to achieve your goals.

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