Monday, September 21, 2009

To lose weight you need to burn moee calories then you take in. Sound pretty simple...doesn't?

If you're exercising and being active and still not loing weight, look at your portion. Just because you only eat a couple times a day, doesn't mean you are dieting correctly.

One of the biggest mistakes you are making is eating too much at one time. Your body will only process so many calories at on time and than store the rest...usually as fat! If u're eating more then 240-300 calories per meal chances are you will be storing body fat.

Do yousekf a favor and don't let your exercise efforts go to waste. Try eating 4-6 meals a day, consuming about 200-350 calories per meal.

Try this secret weight loss tactic and see if you don't start losing some body fat?

2 comments:

  1. That makes sense :) Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. I've tried various low-carb, low-calorie, and low-fat diets for the past couple of years. Although the Atkins diet is very popular, it made me feel somewhat unhealthy.
    The diet plan I'm on right now is the Medifast Diet. The caloric intake is roughly 800-1000 calories. However, it doesn't make my body feel weak. It is a bit of a pricey diet, but there are plenty of coupons available on the internet (i.e. http://www.swoopup.com/stores/deals/Medifast-Diet). You should never pay full price.
    My advice is just choose a diet plan which your body reacts positively to. No one knows your body better than you do!

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