Fatloss for those of us who need it

March 19, 2009 by  
Filed under Weight Loss

fatlossheaderYou are overweight for the most simple of reasons — because you’re eating the wrong foods, the wrong types of calories per meal, and you’re also eating meals in the wrong patterns each day.

Think closely about what we’re about to tell you, since it’s going to change the way you think about dieting…

FOOD is more powerful than any prescription weight loss pills,
because the FOOD that you eat can either make you THIN or FAT.
You don’t get fat because of a lack of exercising, that’s a myth.  You
get fat because you don’t eat the right foods at the right intervals each
day.

Also, the pattern that you choose to eat your meals each day is more
powerful than any prescription weight loss pills.   This is true because your body is like an “engine” and it only needs certain foods at certain intervals each day, and if you don’t eat the right foods at the right times then it won’t burn those calories — and you’ll wind up storing those calories as fat tissue.
(Hint:  You need to eat more than 3 times per day
to lose weight, but we’ll show you the details later).

You have gotten overweight by eating the wrong foods, that much is a fact.
And guess what? You can get SLIM by eating the RIGHT
FOODS at the RIGHT INTERVALS each day.

It’s not really any more complicated than that, and the way to start
losing weight has nothing to do with starving yourself or jogging.

The reason you cannot lose weight by starving yourself (using a low calorie
diet) is because your metabolism will detect any major drop in calories and
it will then ADJUST ITSELF by burning fewer calories each day.

For example:

If you begin eating 2,500 calories per day then your metabolism
will adjust itself so that your body begins burning 2,500 calories per
day
.

If you try to starve yourself by suddenly eating 1,000
calories per day
then your metabolism will again ADJUST ITSELF so that your
body begins to burn only 1,000 calories per day.
That’s why you have failed in your past dieting attempts, that’s why you
always seem to fail when you try and starve yourself.

Now you know the reason why you can eat 1,000 calories per day and not lose any weight while your friends can eat 2,500 calories per day and not gain any weight.

Also, virtually every person in today’s society is buying mostly “low fat”
or “non fat” food at the grocery store, everybody is conscious of the “fat
grams” inside the food they buy.  However, people are getting fatter
than ever by doing this and people are not losing weight by switching to the
“low fat lifestyle”.

Low carb diets have certainly become popular in recent years, but such diets often leave you feeling miserable each day (since they drain most of your energy and can leave you feeling quite awful ach day).

Check out these facts
below…

Did you know that several popular low carb diets are so strict that you cannot even eat a large apple during the first couple weeks?
It’s true.

Also, many low carb diets won’t even let you enjoy a ‘normal’ restaurant meal (ordered without any carb restrictions) for many months after you begin.

Therefore, low carb diets can leave you feeling MISERABLE each day, which is not the answer.




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: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution

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