What We're Taught:
Eat Less + Exercise More = Weight Loss
In theory, there is nothing wrong with trying to lose weight this way. However, most people find it difficult to achieve long-term.
The main reason?
The deep-seated desire of your body for self-preservation and survival.
In other words, you get hungry.
Cutting calories sends the wrong signal to your brain.
It throws the fat-storage switch to the "on" position. (The key is the type of calories you consume, not the number of calories.)
The same is true of low-fat, high-carb diets.
And exercise makes the problem worse, because it stimulates appetite. (Ever heard the term "working up an appetite"?)
Your body compensates for increased exercise with increased food intake - and it takes very little food to replace whatever calories were burned from exercising.
"You'd have to walk 35 miles to burn 3,500 calories. That's a lot of walking. But if you look at eating, a Snickers bar might have, say, 500 calories. It's going to be a lot easier to cut the Snickers bar than to do 5 miles of walking every day." - Philip Stanforth, professor of exercise science at the University of Texas
To lose weight, a few folks manage to overcome their hunger and exercise more.
But not many. And not for long.
So what are you supposed to do instead?
Introducing "How To Lose Weight and Keep It Off Forever - Without Pills, Shakes or Gimmicks - Using Real Food"
- a real food eating approach for people who…
- Have tried every diet and can't keep it off
- Think they're eating right but can't lose weight
- Know they don't eat right and want to eat healthy
- Can't fit exercise into their day
- Feel clogged, achy or tired.
It's based on research which shows calorie counting and exercising doesn't help most people lose weight.
What Do You Get To Eat?
No rabbit food required. No exercise required.
So what do you have to do?
- Eat healthy fats and proteins
- Lay off artificial sweeteners
- Forget the packaged "low-carb" or "low-fat" foods
Here Are The Four Basics
1. Real food is good. No fake, toxic, food-like substances.
2. Fat is your friend, including saturated fat - especially if it is from happy animals. Or from coconuts.
3. Refined carbs are bad: sugar, sweets, alcohol, and grains (whole wheat, white bread, pasta, rice, etc.). BAD.
4. Starving is not good. It destroys metabolism and creates fat.
Still Not Sure If This Way of Eating is For You?
If you don't change anything, what will you look like a year from now?
How will you feel?
Will you be spending more on medical bills?
Don't live a life of regret. It's time to do something for yourself. It's time to lose weight and keep it off forever.
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