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Monday, August 1, 2016

what is the truth Behind Fat Loss ?


There’s a million reasons why people fail to lose fat, but somewhere at the top of that list is just a fundamental lack of understanding of the scientifically proven principles of how to lose fat.





To show you exactly what I mean, let’s start this off with a list of things that DON’T cause fat loss.

Things That DO NOT Cause Fat Loss:

    Eating healthy.
    Eating “clean.”
    Eating less carbs.
    Eating less fat.
    Eating less junk food.
    Eating less sugar.
    Eating 6 smaller meals per day/every 3 hours.
    Eating “good” foods instead of “bad” foods.
    Not eating after 7pm.
    Cardio.
    Weight training.
    Building muscle and/or getting stronger.
    And much more.

These are all things that can definitely HELP a person lose fat and can definitely assist in the overall fat loss process. But, in and of themselves, not a single thing on that list actually causes fat to be lost.

They never have, and they never will. In fact, not a single one of these things actually needs to be done. You can do the complete opposite of every item on that list and still lose fat just fine so long as one specific thing IS being done.

The world of fitness, nutrition, losing weight and reaching other goals is so daunting at times that it’s problematic. Countless people quit and stay fat simply because there’s too much to do and too much to think about. That’s why my reboot protocol is heavy on letting people off the hook.

“Diet and exercise” go hand in hand. If you tell someone you don’t want to be fat anymore, they’re bound to blurt it out .

Caloric Deficit

In order to lose fat you must consume less calories then your maintenance level. This is the amount of calories your body needs to burn energy to perform its daily tasks. Put simply, when our bodies are short on caloric energy they have to find another source of energy to burn so they go to your body fat!

If you are maintaining at around 2000 calories a day you want to cut 500 calories in order to potentially lose 1lb of fat a week. If you eat more than your daily calories you will end up gaining weight in the form of body fat.
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