Fat loss made simple
We have worked with hundreds if not in the thousands of clients that have dropped weight and managed to keep it off with these sustainable methods, losing weight is dead simple... but that doesn't mean it's easy.
Tip #1 - Caloric Deficit
Without this, you're screwed. Your body must be in a negative energy balance in order to burn body-fat. No matter how good your diet is, or how often you train it's vital you're in a calorie deficit so your body is burning more calories than you're consuming. There are a number of ways you can work out your daily calories... try this calorie calculator below to find yours.
Tip #2 - Eat High Volume Foods
The middle tips should go into a bit more detail, explain more. Keep them short and to-the-point. E.g., if you're writing a post about how to blog, you can write something like: "Decide how often you want to blog. Be realistic about it. Think you can blog twice a month? Commit to once a month and stick to it."
The concept of volume eating, also known as the Volumetrics Diet was developed by nutrition scientist -Barbara Rolls, Ph.D.
Tip #3 - Drop Liquid Calories
There are so many versions of drinks these days that offer sugar free, 0kcal alternatives. Eg. Coke Zero. These can be great for cravings and that fizzy treat without the excess calories that come within! Drinking calories can be a real pain if you're budgeting your intake for the day as you'd much rather consume calories as food, higher nutrients & better satiety which means you'll be fuller for longer and feel more energised.
Tip #4 - Moderation
Completely eliminating high calorie, sugary snacks is not always a good idea. Sure, it might stop you short term but given the chance in the future you'll be drooling over smashing a whole family size bag of chocolate buttons, if you can implement the foods you enjoy in moderation then you'll be more likely to stick to your diet and less likely to turn into a gluttonous pig the next time you're tempted by it.
Tip #5 - NEAT
Non exercise thermogenic activity, basically your body's ability to burn calories without actually exercising. This is largely overlooked and as good as 'exercise' is to build a great physique, I wouldn't put it top of the list when it comes to dropping body-fat due to the fact you don't need to exercise to do so. However, NEAT is a great tool to increase your daily expenditure by staying active, Eg. Steps. Aim to move more throughout the day, drive less, walk more! We're up around 12-16 hours of the day, how often are you sedentary or not moving at all?
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