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counter the effect of eating chocolate by eating more oil later? whoa! and you believe that? does he sell snake oil too? sorry but that assertion just blowed my mind in the wrong way 🙂 just after one thing like that I’d discard the guys credibility completely. anybody who needs to loose weight has to go off comfort foods (chocolate is healthy once you reach your target weight and not before – this is of course oversimplified and not completely true but easy to remember), has to eat only when hungry, stop when it tastes best (eat about 60% of what he thinks he would eat to be satisfied, drink a glass of water before every meal and chew very slowly and deliberately (give time for brain to send the satiety signal. those who wolf food down tend to overeat). Why the 60% rule? Because an expanded stomach needs to contract and it won’t if filled to full volume all the time. It will if it isn’t. And a smaller stomach is easier to fill. That is why gastric bypass is so efficient. But it is also very painful, very dangerous and very expensive. The 60% rule is what I would choose (as a matter of fact I did).

Each person loses weight at a different rate. The best thing you can do is set reasonable goals. If your goal is too lofty, it not be reached leaving you disappointed and ready to give up. Often people contact me, disappointed that they lose between 2-3 pounds per week, then I remind them that a weekly average of 2.5 is 120 pounds lost in a year. Try not to look at the short game, look at the long game, it will keep you motivated.

I have a bananas and or a apple once a day. I get by having dark chocolate at night (for my sugar crave and feel I’m being naughty). Try potatoes par boiled in water, then fried in pan with olive oil with cumin seeds and tumeric to go along with a steak. Mix it up a little. I find Paleo hard as I am always craving bread, pasta and dairy. But I am shrink far more than I have ever with any other diet. I have lost 12kgs over a year period, with absolutely no excerise. I am now at the point where I probably need to excerise to tone up. I have a further 25kgs to go. Those that are gaining weight you are eating something your body doesn’t like. Try changing what your eating and see.

I would drop the herbal life. Maltodextrin (sugar in disguise) is one of the key ingredients. This will inhibit your attempt at weight loss. They are sneaky and don’t tell you that. Find a good whey protein shake. It will help to build lean muscle mass wheyyy (hahaha) better than soy protein will anyhow.

Compositionally speaking, the Paleo diet is geared toward weight loss: It’s higher in protein, fiber, and fat, which keep hunger at bay and blood sugar levels in check. The extra protein offers muscle-sparing benefits when the body is burning anything and everything it can for energy, which helps blunt the reduction in metabolism that commonly accompanies weight loss.

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Now the other downside to dieting is food boredom.  A week of FBS, water and cranberry juice will sap the resolve of most overweight people, so what this diet does is allow you to add different items on a daily basis.  Here are the suggestions.

You know exercising with a friend makes you more accountable (nobody wants to leave a pal stranded on a street corner at 6 AM). But your workouts don’t always have to be done face to face. One study found women who had some form of social support, either through in person counseling or an on-line chat group, lost more than 15 pounds over a 9-month period, dropping about 300 calories from their daily diet and walking about a mile more each day than from their starting point.

This trick requires nothing more than a stroll over to the thermostat. Turn the heater down a few degrees and you’ll activate a type of body fat that actually burns calories. While adults have mostly white fat, as infants we had primarily brown fat. In recent years, researchers have come to realize that brown fat actually burns calories to help generate heat. A recent trial published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism reports that when we’re exposed to cooler temperatures, some of our inert stores of white fat convert to a darker, beige color and begin burning calories. You don’t have to live in a freezer, either: A British study from 2012 suggests that lowering the thermostat by just two to four degrees—aim for the mid to high 60s—can trigger the fat conversion.

The degree to which exercise aids weight loss is open to debate, but the benefits go way beyond burning calories. Exercise can increase your metabolism and improve your outlook—and it’s something you can benefit from right now. Go for a walk, stretch, move around and you’ll have more energy and motivation to tackle the other steps in your weight-loss program.

I’m with Missus. I’m thinking it’s the “3 day diet.” I used it to kick start things when I started Phen. I lost the promised 10 lb in 3 days. I have always been a BIG water drinker, so I know it wasn’t all water loss. Pretty boring though….don’t think I could do it long term. Good for quick loss though!

Maintenance of a healthy body weight is important for maintaining both physical and emotional well-being and disease prevention. Excess weight, body fat, and obesity have been associated with an increased risk for numerous health conditions, including

I truly believe in the KEEPING IT SIMPLE tip – No need to add excess anything to a dish because healthy foods are delicious on their own. It baffles me when people add brown sugar or syrups to salmon! ALONE that fish is by far the tastiest thing on the planet!

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