5 Fat Loss Tip's
1) Your nutrition program doesn't
have to be extreme to be successful at fat loss.
You don't need to make any extreme diet changes. But make sure the
nutrition plan you've chosen is sustainable. Such as The Diet
Solution Simple diet changes go a lot farther than you might think. Why not just eat more whole,
natural foods rather than trying to go on an impossible-to-stick-to ultra-low carb extreme fat loss
2) Get the junk food out of
If it's in your house, you'll eat it...and trust me, this goes for all the personal
trainer's you see too. When I visit a relative's house for a holiday, I always eat the treats they have
sitting around. That's why I keep the junk out of my house. So whatever your weakness is, keep it out of your
home. Fat loss success is that simple.
3) Fill in the "diet-killing"
some folks, the thing that kills the diet is the time between work and dinner. For others, it's between
dinner and bedtime, but for almost everyone, there is a point in the day when we suffer from mindless eating.
So make sure you have alternatives...as soon as you come home from work, cut up vegetables and dip them into
hummus. That will keep you full on a small amount of calories. After dinner, if you need something sweet,
stir up chocolate protein powder into a small bit of plain yogurt. That should satisfy
4) Chew your food between 5-10 times before
Most people eat so fast they only chew about 1-2 times. You'll
really notice a difference in your fat loss and you'll slow your eating so you feel fuller.
5) Have a bowl of broth-based vegetable soup before a
Barbara Roll has published a lot of studies showing that this will help you reduce the food you eat. Surprisingly,
consuming just water doesn't seem to do the same trick.
A Few More Tip's
Add in healthy goodies you really love, like deep-red cherries, juicy grapes, or crunchy snow peas. Slip those
favorite fruits into your bag lunch and breakfast cereal; add the veggie's into soups, stews, and sauces.
If the word "exercise" does not inspire you to well, then avoid it. The trick to enjoying a workout may be to
never call it exercising or working out. and once you start your not-calling-it-exercise plan, You'll discover "the
way good health feels. And how it knocks down the roadblocks that were preventing you from exercising in the first
place." So burn calories and invigorate muscles by being active, riding bikes, hiking, washing the car, playing
Frisbee, chasing the dog around the yard or anything else that you can do to get your body moving.
Avoid trans fats and high fructose corn syrup. I offer this suggestion for a few reasons. First, they’re not
good for you anyway. Second, you’ll eliminate a lot of the “bad foods” outright – no questions asked. You’ll have
to become more selective in what you eat by avoiding these two nasty ingredients – which are in more
foods than you probably care to know about you can read a great article about dietary fats and saturated fats here
Vitamins are good for you. If you’re going to take vitamins or any pill for that mater, let them be natural
supplements (like Essential Fatty Acids or multi vitamins). Be careful about overdoing it, though – especially with
herbal remedies. Too much of anything is a bad thing. You can consult a nutritionist, but always buy on your own –
and keep these supplements to a minimum. Remember, too, that specific vitamins are no good without specific