Fat Loss Myths Revealed

Fat Loss

Wouldn’t it be extraordinary to have the capacity to eat as much as you need as regularly as you need and have fat loss.

And have muscle versus fat liquefy away while you rest, stare at the TV, or sit behind your work area at work?

I’d positively go for that — having the capacity to be fit with almost no exertion by any stretch of the imagination.

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Turn on the TV and what do we see? TV advertisements promising you weight reduction and wellness with no exertion.

Need to lose that additional fat around your midsection?

Simply take these pills.

Stroll into the book shop and peruse through the columns and lines of books supporting one eating regimen trend or the other.

The issue is that the majority of them offer clashing data.

Sick be direct in disclosing to you that as opposed to isolating the fat loss from your body.

The majority of these individuals are more keen on isolating your cash from your wallet.

I’ve attempted a significant number of these eating regimen and exercise prevailing fashions.

And can disclose to you that the majority of them level out don’t work.

A portion of the eating regimens will work, however will compel your body to do things that it was intended to not do.

Hence your body thinks its haunting sick and begins consuming fat loss as a vitality source.

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Losing fat is certifiably not an awful thing by any means, yet deceiving your body into consuming fat loss by reacting with a survival system is.

What are the long haul impacts of these prevailing fashion counts calories?

lose fatWho truly needs to carry on with the sort of prohibitive way of life that these weight control plans push on you?

Who truly needs to buckle down and languish over something that in a long time from now will be the fool of the wellness network?

There must be a superior way

The genuine way to fat loss misfortune is so basic, yet no eating routine book writer could ever let it be known.

The mystery is this:

Consume a larger number of calories than you eat.

That’s it in a nutshell.

There’s extremely nothing more to it than that, and you most likely definitely know this!

There is not anymore successful way, no unique natural product from the amazon, no machine that you can utilize that will give you better outcomes.

Lamentably there are a lots of individuals who might want to pull the fleece over your eyes about what to eat, how to starve yourself, what machine to use to get the ideal body.

Next time you go after the following eating regimen prevailing fashion book, leaflet on a stomach muscle exerciser.

Get the telephone to dial a number you got off an infomercial, consider this — they didn’t work before.

They won’t work again on the grounds that you’re still not consuming a greater number of calories than you’re taking in.

Subsequent to scouring the web, book shops, and attempting pretty much any eating regimen I could discover to lose that additional 30 pounds.

I’ll let you know what’s worked for me:

Keep a sustenance diary, following the greater part of the calories that you take in.

Be nitty gritty.

You’ll be amazed at how much stuff you can remove on the off chance that you simply record it.

Actually, I was disturbed at the measure of sugars and low quality nourishment I was ingesting once a day.

I didn’t dispose of them, just cut back a bit.

Discover what number of calories you copy in multi-day.

You consume the greater part of your calories just by existing.

This is called basal digestion.

Discover a graph to perceive what number of calories are copied for specific exercises for your weight class.

Exercise frequently.

It doesn’t take much, just around 20 minutes per day 3-5 days seven days.

Consistent exercise will expand your digestion and cause your body to consume much more calories even while you’re not dynamic.

fat lossBeing fit is a way of life.

It doesn’t must be seriously constraining and it doesn’t even must be excruciating.

Being fit is constantly simpler over the long haul than putting yourself through hell and back with constraining or starvation abstains from food.

My look for the ideal eating regimen and exercise program took me 8 years.

And unexpectedly the one thing that worked for me was the most straightforward and slightest costly thing out of the greater part of the others I attempted fat loss.

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Today I am going to share the 3 biggest diet mistakes that I have personally made within the past year

This is super timely because this past week I committed to starting a diet for the first time in a long time

But now that I feel mentally and physically ready to do this, I’m ready to share a little bit more of this journey

Alright – onto mistake NUMBER ONE

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1-Stopping weightlifting when I feel “too big”
I’m embarrassed to say it, but earlier this year I took some time off weights because I was uncomfortable with my size.

Size is a subjective thing. Your comfort level will be different than my comfort level and at that point in my life I was “big” for me and “big” for my relatively narrow frame.

I felt like I was losing shape and just becoming blob-ish, so instead of lifting weights I switched to all high intensity cardio.

Big mistake.

Not only was I sweating buckets and having to use excessive amounts of dry shampoo, but my shape was getting even more shapeless.

It was only when I started lifting heavy weights again that I started seeing the shape and definition I loved.

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2-Trying to do it all at once / 0-100 real quick
When I first started weightlifting again, I was in such a huge rush.

When I saw small changes in definition within the first couple weeks, I got super excited and wanted to do all the cardio / all the exercises / and all the circuits at once.

Again, bad idea. I’d spend days at a time sore and stiff, to the point that I actually ended up training less because I jumped in too quickly.

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3-“Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day”

NO.

This is one of my least favorite motivational quotes EVER.

We DO NOT – I repeat – DO NOT all have the same 24 hours in a day.

There are so many reasons why this statement is false.

What if you’re a shift worker with an irregular sleep cycle, you’re constantly tired, and you have to be “on” for your shift?

You can’t be pushing yourself to the absolute max before your shift or else you won’t be able to focus

After your shift – well – you could try that but by that point I’m gonna guess you’ll be pretty tired

I’m not saying it’s impossible – I’m just saying this is a lot different as compared to someone working a standard 9-5

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From a diet standpoint…

People working sedentary desk jobs are going to have a tougher time dieting than people working more physical jobs

When you’re sitting all day, you’re burning a lot less calories and so in order to end up at a calorie deficit you’ll have to eat less

Not to mention the oh-so-sneaky break room donuts or snack drawers

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What I’m getting at here is that you need to zero in on your unique starting point
And take steps that are practical for YOU

As exciting as it is to scroll Instagram or YouTube, watching people post about all the things they’re doing with their training and nutrition
You might not be ready to make a lot of these changes and that’s okay

What matters is that you START
And you focus on the small wins that are relevant to you

If you can stay focused on those small wins
And stay moving forward
That’s what will create the momentum to keep you going with this lifestyle

I posted about this on my Instagram, but I’d love to keep you in the loop as I continue this diet.

I’ll be keeping up with my regular videos, then just throwing one of these in per week. So if there’s something in particular you’d like me to talk about, then let me know in the comments below!!

Thank you for watching and I hope to see you in my next video!

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The Best Foods on the Planet for a Lean Body

Lean Body

I like to provide a healthy snack or meal recipe that not only is delicious, but also helps to get you closer to that lean body appearance that everyone is looking for. In this article, I’d like to give you healthy food ideas in a different way. This time, I figured I’d just give you some ideas of what I stock my kitchen with. Remember, if you don’t have junk around the house, you’re less likely to eat junk.

If all you have is healthy food around the house, you’re forced to make smart choices. Basically, it all starts with making smart choices and avoiding temptations when you make your grocery store trip. Now these are just some of my personal preferences, but perhaps they will give you some good ideas that you’ll enjoy.

Alright, so let’s start with the fridge. Each week, I try to make sure I’m loaded up with lots of varieties of fresh vegetables. During the growing season, I only get local produce, but obviously in winter, I have to resort to the produce at the grocery store. Most of the time, I make sure I have plenty of vegetables like zucchini, onions, asparagus, fresh mushrooms, spinach, broccoli, red peppers, etc. to use in my morning eggs. I also like to dice up some lean chicken or turkey sausage into the eggs, along with some swiss, jack, or goat cheeses.

Coconut milk is another staple in my fridge. I like to use it to mix in with smoothies, oatmeal, or yogurt for a rich, creamy taste. Not only does coconut milk add a rich, creamy taste to lots of dishes, but it’s also full of healthy saturated fats. Yeah, you heard me…I said healthy saturated fats! Healthy saturated fats like medium chain triglycerides, specifically an MCT called lauric acid. If the idea of healthy saturated fats is foreign to you, check out an eye-opening article at truthaboutabs called “The Truth about Saturated Fats”.

Back to the fridge, some other staples:

• Cottage cheese, ricotta cheese, and yogurt – I like to mix cottage or ricotta cheese and yogurt together with chopped nuts and berries for a great mid-morning or mid-afternoon meal.

• Chopped walnuts, pecans, almonds, macadamias, etc. – delicious and great sources of healthy fats.

• Whole flax seeds – I grind these in a mini coffee grinder and add to yogurt or salads. Always grind them fresh because the omega-3 polyunsaturated fats are highly unstable and prone to oxidation, potentially creating inflammation causing free radicals from pre-ground flax.

• Whole eggs – one of natures richest sources of nutrients and high quality protein (and remember, they increase your GOOD cholesterol).

• Nut butters – Plain old peanut butter has gotten a little old for me, so I get creative and mix together almond butter with sesame seed butter, or even cashew butter with macadamia butter…delicious and unbeatable nutrition!

• Salsa – I try to get creative and try some of the exotic varieties of salsas.

• Butter – don’t believe the naysayers; butter adds great flavor to anything and can be part of a healthy diet (just keep the quantity small because it is calorie dense…and NEVER use margarine, unless you want to assure yourself a heart attack).

• Avocados – love them…plus a great source of healthy fats, fiber, and other nutrients. Try adding them to wraps, salads, or sandwiches.

• Whole grain wraps and whole grain bread (look for wraps and bread with at least 3-4 grams of fiber per 20 grams of total carbs).

• Rice bran and wheat germ – these may sound way too healthy for some, but they actually add a nice little nutty, crunchy taste to yogurt or smoothies, or can be added when baking muffins or breads to add nutrients and fiber.

• Leaf lettuce and spinach along with shredded carrots – for salads with dinner.

• Home-made salad dressing – using balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, and Udo’s Choice oil blend. This is much better than store bought salad dressing which mostly use highly refined soybean oil (source of inflammation-causing free radicals).

Some of the staples in the freezer:

• Frozen fish – I like to try a couple different kinds of fish each week. There are so many varieties out there, you never have to get bored. Plus, frozen fish is usually frozen immediately after catching, as opposed to fresh fish, which has been in transport and sitting at markets for days, allowing it more opportunity to spoil.

• Frozen berries – during the local growing season, I only get fresh berries, but during the other 10 months of the year, I always keep a supply of frozen blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, cherries, etc. to add to high fiber cereal, oatmeal, cottage cheese, yogurt, or smoothies

• Frozen veggies – again, when the growing season is over and I can no longer get local fresh produce, frozen veggies are the best option, since they often have higher nutrient contents compared to the fresh produce that has been shipped thousands of miles, sitting around for weeks before making it to your dinner table.

• Frozen chicken breasts – very convenient to nuke up for a quick addition to wraps or chicken sandwiches for quick meals.

• Frozen buffalo, ostrich, venison, and other “exotic” lean meats – Yeah, I know…I’m weird, but I can tell you that these are some of the healthiest meats around, and if you’re serious about a lean healthy body, these types of meats are much better for you than the mass produced, hormone-pumped beef and pork that’s sold at most grocery stores.

Alright, now the staples in my cabinets:

• Oat bran and steel cut oats – higher fiber than those little packs of instant oats.

• Cans of coconut milk – to be transferred to a container in the fridge after opening.

• Various antioxidant rich teas – green, oolong, white, rooibos are some of the best. Surprisingly, even chammomile tea has been shown to provide important trace nutrients and antioxidants.

• Stevia – a natural non-caloric sweetener, which is an excellent alternative to the nasty chemical-laden artificial sweeteners like aspartame, saccharine, and sucralose.

• Organic maple syrup – none of that high fructose corn syrup Aunt Jemima crap…only real maple syrup can be considered real food. The only time I really use this (because of the high sugar load) is added to my post-workout smoothies to sweeten things up and also elicit an insulin surge to push nutrients into your muscles.

• Raw honey – better than processed honey…higher quantities of beneficial nutrients and enzymes. Honey has even been proven in studies to improve glucose metabolism (how you process carbs). I use a teaspoon or so every morning in my teas.

• Whole wheat or whole grain spelt pasta – much higher fiber than normal pastas

• Brown rice and other higher fiber rice – NEVER white rice

• Cans of black or kidney beans – I like to add a couple scoops to my Mexican wraps for the fiber and high nutrition content. Also, beans are surprisingly one of the best sources of youth promoting antioxidants!

• Tomato sauces – delicious, and as I’m sure you’ve heard a million times, they are a great source of lycopene. Just watch out for the brands that are loaded with nasty high fructose corn syrup.

• Dark chocolate (as dark as possible) – This is one of my treats that satisfies my sweet tooth, plus provides loads of antioxidants at the same time. It’s still calorie dense, so I keep it to just a couple squares; but that is enough to do the trick, so I don’t feel like I need to go out and get cake and ice cream to satisfy my dessert urges. Choose dark chocolate that lists it’s cocoa content at 70% or greater. Milk chocolate is usually only about 30% cocoa, and even most cheap dark chocolates are only around 50% cocoa. Cocoa content is key for the antioxidant benefit…the rest is just sugar and other additives.

• Organic unsweetened cocoa powder – I like to mix this into my smoothies for an extra jolt of antioxidants or make my own low-sugar hot cocoa by mixing cocoa powder into hot milk with stevia and a couple melted dark chocolate chunks.

Of course, you also can never go wrong with any types of fresh fruits. Even though fruit contains natural sugars, the fiber within most fruits usually slows down the carbohydrate absorption and glycemic response. Also, you get the benefit of high antioxidant content and nutrient density in most fruits. Some of my favorites are kiwi, pomegranate, mango, papaya, grapes, oranges, fresh pineapple, bananas, apples, pears, peaches, and all types of berries.

Well, I hope you enjoyed this special look into my favorite lean body meals and how I stock my kitchen. Your tastes are probably quite different than mine, but hopefully this gave you some good ideas you can use next time you’re at the grocery store looking to stock up a healthy and delicious pile of groceries.

The Best Foods on the Planet for a Lean Body

Simple Steps to Help Weight Loss

Hi.

This is Helen with Real World Weight Loss.

Today we are going to talk about how you can be successful with weight loss without a huge amount of effort on your part.

I know that sounds weird, right? But how you do it isyou start one change at a time.

Now I know January 1st comes around and everybody stops eating carbs, get up at 4 o’clock to work out,.

Or work out 12 times a day, and they don’t eat anything that people say they shouldn’t eat, and they do all these things.

Within 5 or 7 days(for me it was like 24 hours) it’s all gone.

Because they started too much, toosoon.

Some people need black and white, but the rest of us need to make one little changeat a time.

So you want to start with maybe fitting in more exercise throughout the day.

And then you want to start eating more fruits and vegetables.

Then add a few extra things,going step-by-step, until suddenly you have a whole bunch of new habits that are created.

And that’s what I wrote about in my book, “21 Days to Change Your Body (and Your Life).

“It’s not about changing your body in 21 days; it’s about adding new habits day-by-day-by-dayuntil at the end of 21 days you have a whole bunchof new habits.

It’s not as hard as it seems.

Baby steps.

Read the sign: This way to weight loss success.

This is Helen with Real World Weight Loss.