The 5 "Golden Rules" I Use To Help My Clients Lose Weight (no matter what age)
By Kevin DiDonato MS, CES--Level 1 Certified Precision Nutrition and Certified Personal Trainer
Are you a person who struggles to lose the fat – year in and year out?
Do you have a plan in place to help you follow-through and succeed in your fat loss goals?
No? Would you like one?
Of course you would!
Well, luckily for you, we have a five-step checklist that you can print off, post wherever you need to in your house or office, and follow to send your fat loss off the charts.
Step 1: Eat Plenty of Fruits and Veggies
Here’s the deal: If you want to lose the fat, you need to eat the right type of diet.
And fruits and veggies should be a very large part of that healthy diet!
You see, fruits and veggies contain a boatload of nutrients – from vitamins and minerals, to fiber and water – these two food groups are a necessity when it comes to boosting fat loss.
They are low in calories – This makes them a great food of which to substitute your candy bars or other high-calorie foods.
Plus, the fiber and water combo may do wonders for satisfying your appetite and curbing those very intense sugar cravings.
Step 2: Eat Lean Protein Sources
Protein provides your body with the building blocks it needs to boost your lean muscle mass development.
Without adequate protein intake, you may find it harder to maintain the lean mass on your body.
And this results in a much SLOWER metabolism.
Protein provides essential and non-essential amino acids that your body needs to succeed.
Plus, protein also boosts the satisfaction hormone in your brain, which lets your body know you are full and satisfied instead of those intense hunger cravings.
Great sources of lean protein would be: Wild-caught fatty fish, free-range poultry and eggs, and lean cuts of grass-fed red meat.
Step 3: AVOID the White Stuff
Sugar is by far the nastiest, most vile substance – especially when it comes to your health and your fat loss.
Sugar may contribute to changes in your blood pressure and triglycerides, higher cholesterol, out-of-control blood sugar levels, and greater fat gain.
And don’t even get me started on diabetes, cancer, and heart disease!
Here is a sad fact: Most pre-packaged products or boxed foods contain boatloads of sugar.
And this contributes to the amount of sugar that you eat in a day – let alone a month, or even a whole year.
AVOIDING added sugar – choosing whole foods, fruits and vegetables, and fiber-rich foods – may improve your fat loss, but really, it totally could improve your overall health.
Step 4: Cut Out Diet and Regular Soda
One of the biggest sources of sugar would be regular soda. Not only does it contain a lot of sugar, it also contains a ton of calories, therefore adding to your daily caloric intake.
And diet soda, filled with artificial sweeteners – are not any better.
Of course you know that regular soda has been linked to fat gain, metabolic syndrome and diabetes.
But did you know that diet soda is the same way? It’s true!
Diet soda consumption has been linked to increased fat gain, diabetes, and intensified cravings.
This means that BOTH drinks are equally bad for your fat loss – and should be avoided at all costs.
Step 5: Have More Essential Fats
Most people shy away from fat simply because they think too much fat will, well, make them fat.
The opposite is true! Sure, if you eat too many calories from any food source, then you have a higher likelihood of getting fat.
However, fat is a much needed nutrient for those looking to boost their fat loss!
You see, almost every cell in your body is comprised of fat, so making sure that you’re providing your cells with the necessary nutrients to strengthen your cells is a key point.
But, that’s not all that fat does! Fat has also been shown to boost your satiety hormone, so it leaves you full for a much longer period of time between meals.
You should be getting plenty of monounsaturated, polyunsaturated fats, and some saturated fats in your diet.
Some great sources for fat include: nuts, avocados, coconut oil and coconut milk, olive oil, and krill oil sources.
Five-Step Checklist To Makeover Your Metabolism
If you’re looking to makeover your metabolism and burn more fat, then this checklist is for you!
The FIVE steps from above will help you overhaul your diet, enabling you to conquer the biggest obstacles in the fat loss puzzle.
If you want to fit in that dress…or look HOT in your bikini…then adopt this checklist to change your dietary patterns and enable your body to burn a LOT more fat before the New Year begins!
Look, I have got to tell you these five tips are awesome and they really work.
But get this: That’s not the only thing I use to get clients the BEST possible results. The fact is, I have let many of my clients in on a powerful new secret that helps them shed pound after pound of gross, stubborn belly fat.
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