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Guaranteed Weight Loss!

November 12, 2019

Today were talking about all the different diets out there and how overwhelming and confusing it can be for anyone who is looking to lose weight and get in shape. 

Paleo, Keto, Intermittent Fasting, Zone, etc, etc...

Which one works the best and which one is right for you because they all seem so different??

Well the truth is, they are actually not all that different if you boil it down to the absolute simple truth of what makes your weight loss plan successful or not – is there a calorie deficit or not. 

The 100% guaranteed way to lose weight is to be in a consistent daily calorie deficit, i.e. burning more calories than you consume. 

That's it!

 

All weight loss nutrition plans that actually work create a calorie deficit and it doesn't have to be more complicated than that.  

Working out hard in the gym doesn't create a significant impact on your daily calorie expenditure so just increasing your training isn't the answer you think to burn more calories and lose weight. 

The most important part is choosing the type of nutrition plan you can follow CONSISTENTLY!!!

Starting a weight loss plan (the right plan for you) and following it for a week or two then deciding that it doesn't work so you just quit is ridiculous – you have to put in the time. 

That's why it's so beneficial to have a coach to help you choose the right plan and customize it so that it fits you best and to help guide you and make you accountable! 

Deciding what type of plan works best with your lifestyle, helping you get clear on the best food options, eaten at the right times of the day to help improve your health and wellbeing and to ensure that you keep getting results ongoing! 

Because even though a calorie deficit is the most important factor for weight loss, we would never recommend that you eat garbage all day as long as it fits in your calorie macros... that's just silly! 

So there you have it, it is not more complicated than that!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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