Spring is near and summer is just around the corner. With these seasons comes the great desire to lose weight and get in the best shape possible. In the past, you may have tried various diets with mixed results. Think about it though, you know diets don’t work.
Why? They are often very restrictive and it is human nature to want more things, not less. If you plan to “never, ever, ever” eat XYZ, invariably that is what you will desire.
Stop swimming upstream. Take sold, scientific principles that work and begin to apply them now. Over time, you will find that not only are you losing fat, but your overall health and wellness begins to drastically improve too. Add a precise nutritional protocol, an exercise plan that fits your needs and a ton of passion in your life and you will discover a level of happiness few experience.
Now in terms of the “sold, scientific principles that work. . . . “ here are 3 of the very best for fat loss:
- Eat dinner at an earlier time and be “military-like.” What I mean is that the Spleen, the organ most responsible for the shape of the body (along with the prostate relating to men and the uterus with women) loves routine; that is, eating at 7am, noon and 6 every day is a GREAT plan to follow. Avoid snacking and do your best to complete the last meal no later than 7. 6 is even better. PM fat burning will happen using this method.
- Go low once a week. Carb, that is. Restrict carbohydrates once a week. This will lower insulin resistance and help the body burn more fat. (Adding 2 tsp of apple cider vinegar at night will multiply this by a factor of 4).
- Always have breakfast and make sure you include a pat of butter. Yes, organic butter (NEVER margarine) with your breakfast. Adding this will help the body burn fat and reduce sugar cravings. Also, those who eat breakfast daily lost 74% more weight versus those who skip.
Take one a day or even one a week and add these into your daily routine. It may be a bit of an adjustment at first but over time, it will become a habit – 60 days typically. (Studies have shown that to make or break a habit, 60-66 days is the standard time frame.)
You are worth it! Put forth the effort and the results will inevitably fall into place.