5 Keys to Losing Weight Fast
1) Eat 5 small balanced meals a day.
A balanced meal should have one third protein, one third carbs and one third fat. Each meal should be about 300 calories and should be eaten three hours apart. This helps keep your body burning calories all day long. If you only eat three meals a day your body will conserve calories between meals.
2) Do not eat trans fats.
Trans fats are thought to disrupt normal cell functioning, which means are bad for you. They also raise your chance of a heart attach and are not good for your liver. Cooking with polyunsaturated fats can cause trans fats, so I use rice bran oil, olive oil, or coconut oil to cook. If your body is not working properly, you could have a harder time losing weight, so stay away from trans fats.
3) Cut way back on sugar and artificial sweeteners.
Eliminating all sugar is very hard, but making choices to dramatically reduce your sugar consumption is a little easier. Pop is generally a good thing to stay away from. I like flavored tea instead, especially in the summer. I like peach tea or berry teas (with no sweeteners). When I say to "avoid sugar", I am talking about table sugar, high fructose corn syrup, honey, and guava nectar. I would not switch from sugar to artificial sweeteners either. They are not good for you and have not been shown to help with weight loss and some studies have show the opposite.
4) Do sprint exercises to raise HGH.
Human growth hormone (HGH) has been shown to help people lose weight. The most natural and cost efficient way to raise your HGH is with sprints. I find sprinting on a reciprocal bike is the easiest way to sprint year round and is lower impact on your joints. I warm up for 2 minutes, then sprint for 30 sec. and then take a 90 sec. break (slow cycling). I do this "sprint and take a break" cycle five times in a row. When I sprint I put in 100% of my energy and effort into the sprints and then go real slow on the break. After I am done with all my sprints I fast for 2 hours to get the maximum HGH out of my exercise. Eating raises your blood sugar and that stops the production of HGH, so this is an important step.
5) Drink Tea
Tea has no calories and can be good for you. I love decaffeinated green tea which has lots of antioxidants to protect your cells, and L-theanine to calm you down. If you want something that has a fruit flavor, then try peach tea or a berry tea. There are many flavors and almost all have no calories. This will help you not to drink your calories.
After my initial consultation with Marshall Ollie, I firmly believe that he has the knowledge and expertise to assist me in my supplement and vitamin health needs. I look forward to our continued communication and believe that he will truly be an asset to me in my quest to live a healthy lifestyle.
~ Luke Steinecker
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