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What foods to eat to maximize fat loss

Hello, in this article, I will show you how to eat 1400 calories consciously without literally counting calories.

There are two clear methods to maximize fat loss. Either you burn more of the food you eat through exercise or you decrease the food you eat. Let’s leave the first for a later discussion and deal with the second.

What most of us mistake for calorie restriction is severe dieting. We go below the 1200 calorie limits by adopting strict diets and skipping meals. This inadvertently triggers “starvation mode”. In starvation mode, your body realizes that a crisis is imminent. The amount of food supplied to him has been reduced and is expected to continue.

So instead of burning fat stores to provide energy in the absence of food in the present moment, A CRASH DIET does the exact opposite. It clings to every fat molecule it can find in every nook and cranny of your body. It begins to burn muscle mass to provide energy.

The bottom line: not eating will get you nowhere. At most, you will lose all your water weight. You should aim for a healthy caloric reduction, 400-500 calories less than what you normally consume.

The next thing to pay attention to if you want to maximize fat loss is meal timing. It includes eating at the right time every day and eating the right number of meals, AROUND 6-7 IS THE BEST WAY. It is essential to eat at the same time every day because it puts the body in a proper cycle and facilitates the systematic processing of everything. Don’t eat out of hours.

If you think that three big meals of the day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) are enough, you are wrong. However, there is no doubt that they are absolutely necessary; you should not skip any of them.

By eating just three large meals, your body’s metabolism slows down. It is a better option to divide the total calorie intake into 6-7 meals. Doing so keeps the fat burning mechanism running constantly. However, it is 6-7 small meals, not 6-7 large meals. Each of these meals should have between 200 and 250 calories.

Now that it comes to what you should and shouldn’t eat, you should eat everything in moderation. Carbohydrates are not so bad as long as they are not the simple ones. The sugar found in cookies and candy is the simple type. The body breaks it down in minutes offering an immediate energy spike. It consumes it at the same rate. When someone pretends that you put sugar or candy in your mouth, right?

If you store sugar when your body doesn’t need it, it will build up and add to your already overabundant fat stores. You should eat complex carbohydrates as it takes longer for the body to digest them.

Avoid simple carbohydrates like white bread, white pasta, white rice, chocolates, potatoes, cocoa balls, and potato chips. Also, reduce carbohydrate intake for dinner as it is not used and stored. All carbohydrates should be consumed before 2 pm so that there is enough time to digest and use them.

Just like carbohydrates, there are good and bad fats. Unsaturated fats are the healthy variety and are found in high amounts in avocados, walnuts, olive oil, coconut oil, canola oil, and grapeseed oil.

You can also eat seafood in moderate amounts, as it contains Omega-3 fatty acids, a healthy variety of fats. You should avoid saturated fats and trans fats as they increase fat stores. They are also unhealthy as they increase bad cholesterol in the body.

A weight loss diet is incomplete without protein. In fact, you’ll need to double the amount you eat. There are several reasons for this. Proteins like fiber take a long time to digest and keep you feeling full for longer. Proteins build more muscle tissue and more muscle tissue consumes more energy. Dietary protein also builds the endurance and stamina needed to get through tough, rigorous exercise routines. It helps the body recover after a workout so you can get back to exercising the next day.

Do your best to avoid fast foods as they are poor in nutrition but high in calories. Most of them contain empty calories.

So from now on consume about 1400 calories per day, eat 6-7 small meals of 200 calories each. To help you build your daily diet plan, use this calculator as an awesome free tool! Try to combine fresh vegetables with a source of protein at each meal.

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