Weight Loss

There are of course numerous ways to lose a lot of weight in a relatively short span of time. Nevertheless, most of these ways demand that you go hungry on a regular basis. And thus, if you lack an iron willpower, the persistent sensation of hunger causes you to quit the diet fairly rapidly.

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Here we share a 3-step weight loss plant that will:

  • Kill off your appetite.
  • Allow you to shed weight without the need to be hungry.
  • Simultaneously help to improve your health.

 

 

Step 1 – Reduce Sugars and Starches

 

Sugars and starches stimulate insulin production in the body, insulin being the body’s main fat storage hormone. When insulin levels are reduced, fats can escape more easily from fat stores and in turn, the body burns more fat than carbohydrates.

A further benefit to lower insulin is that they kidneys then shed excessive water and sodium thereby reducing body bloat and water weight. It’s easily possible to lose as much as 10 pounds and more within a single week by eating in this way, and those pounds are made up of body fat and water.

Putting this simply, by lowering insulin levels it places fat loss on ‘autopilot’. So, the bottom line is, by reducing sugars and starches (carbohydrates) from your diet, insulin levels are lowered in turn, the appetite drops, and thus weight loss occurs without feeling hungry on a regular basis.

 

 

Step 2  in Dieting– Eat More Protein, Vegetables and Fats

 

Every meal, if possible, should include a source of protein, low-carb vegetables, as well as a source of fat. Putting together meals in this fashion automatically takes your carbohydrate intake into the recommended daily range of 20 to 50 grams.

 

Sources of Protein:

-          Meats – chicken, pork, beef, etc.

-          Fish and Seafood – tuna, trout, salmon, sardines, shrimps, etc.

-          Eggs

 

Protein represents a macronutrient which contributes to a sense of fullness. Eating adequate amounts of protein can raise the metabolic rate.

 

Low-Carb Vegetables:

Cabbage

Lettuce

Broccoli

Cauliflower

Cucumber

Spinach

Kale

Brussels Sprouts

Swiss Chard

Celery

And more…

 

You can indulge in large amounts of these low-carb vegetables and still not go over the 20 to 50 net grams of carbohydrates in a day.

A diet which is based on meat and vegetables will likely contain all the vitamins, minerals, and fiber required to be healthy.

 

Sources of Fat:

Butter

Olive Oil

Coconut Oil

Lard

Tallow

 

Don’t shy away from eating fats. The option to try a low-carb together with a low-fat diet at the same time will simply make you feel fairly miserable, which will mean you abandon the plan.

There is certainly no reason to be afraid of these natural fats. A variety of recent studies have shown that saturated fat has no impact on the risk of heart disease.

 

 

Step 3 – Exercise Three to Four Times per Week

 

There’s truly no need to exercise in order to lose weight, however, it is to be recommended.

If possible, try to visit the gym three or four times weekly. Carry out a warm up, lift some weights, then stretch to cool down. If you’re not familiar with the gym, ask one of the trainers for some advice to get you going.

Through lifting weights, you not only burn calories but also prevent the metabolism from slowing. Nevertheless, if you do not appreciate the idea of lifting weights, try some easier cardio workouts such as jogging, swimming, cycling, or walking briskly.

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