Lose Fat After Eating What You Want:Fat Loss And Macronutrients




 9 Diet Plan Recommendations

#1 – Drink Water. First and foremost, drink as much water as possible. I know you all have heard of the 8 glasses a day recommendation, which is a start, but it is not nearly enough to support your weight loss goals and/or muscle building goals. There is no set amount that is optimal, but usually more is better. Also, drink water as cold as possible, for every one ounce of ice cold water you consume, you burn one calorie.

#2 – Monitor Saturated Fat. Keep saturated fats at less than 10% of total energy (kcal) consumption.

#3 – Eat Enough Fat. Consistently consuming less than 20% of your total energy in fat can lead to an undesirable affect, by lowering your high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol levels. For men consistent insufficient fat intake will lower testosterone.

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#4 – Carbs: Don’t Go Too Low. Carbohydrates are the primary fuel for energy and are essential to maintain/maximize muscle growth and strength. Going on an extremely low carbohydrate diet will provide excellent fat loss, but will take a toll in the muscle department as well. (My experience on a low carb diet; I lost fat at an extremely fast rate, but my workout intensity declined, my muscle fullness/pump disappeared, my strength went down, and much more. This all lead to a low metabolic rate, less calories burned per workout and feeling lethargic throughout the day.)

#5 – Macronutient Balance. Keep a good balance of macronutrients. Cut kcalories at the same rate for each nutrient to reduce kcalorie consumption. Consistently consuming less of only one nutrient will always lead to a deficiency and a declined outcome.

#6 – Frequent Feeding. Although not necessary, consume smaller and more frequent meals. This will increase your metabolic rate slightly.

#7 – Carb Timing. To maximally reduce fat, consume most of your carbs in the morning and day. Your body will be able to better utilize consumed carbs throughout the day for daily functions opposed to while you are sleeping.

#8 – Vary Your Food Choices. Mix up your nutrient intake from different sources. (ex: Carbs – beans, vegetables, fruits, grains etc. Protein – pork, beef, chicken, fish, dairy, etc.)

#9 – Consume Nutrient Dense Food. Even though you can “eat whatever you want,” consume nutrient dense food. (ex: Eating two slices of wheat toast with one cup fresh strawberries provides you with 26g carbs, 1.5g fat, 7g protein, 7g fiber (118kcal) will benefit you more than a Nutri-Grain bar containing (27g carbs, 3g fat, 2g protein, 1g fiber (139kcal). Eating predominantly nutrient dense food will provide you with numerous benefits, not to mention you get to eat more food!

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