"So I bought this fat burner to use, but now what do I eat?"
We get asked the following question a lot:
"So I bought this fat burner to use, but now what do I eat?" Well, congratulations on making the first step and finding your motivation! If you have the motivation to buy the fat burner, and you have the motivation to alter your diet, then you should lose some of that extra fat you've been hanging on to. Here are a few quick guidelines to help you in your fat burning endeavors:
Break your diet up into 5-6 small, even meals through out the day. This may be difficult at first especially for those of you who are used to only 1-2 meals per day. But believe me, by eating small, frequent meals through out the day your energy will greatly improve and so will your metabolism. By eating every 3 hours or so you're supplying your body with a constant stream of essential nutrients. This will keep your energy levels high and your hunger low! Preventing cravings and mood swings is the key to reaching a desirable weight.
This may come as a big surprise to some but you need to drink water! Shocking development. The truth is most people don't drink enough water. Water helps turn your body's hunger switch off and your full switch on! It also ensure that essential fat burning nutrients make it to their final destinations.
How much should you eat? Just enough so you are not hungry... but not so much that you are full. You should feel satisfied and comfortable after eating.
Protein is the key. With EACH meal you should be sure to have a lean source of protein. Good sources are: eggs, fish, lean red meat, low fat cottage cheese, chicken or turkey, protein powders, meal replacements and soy.
Beware of too many carbohydrates. Ideally each meal should also contain carbohydrates. Some of the best sources of carbs to eat daily are: vegetables, fruit, beans, regular oatmeal, low fat milk, seeds and nuts. Did I mention vegetables and fruits? And last but not least fruits and veggies. You get the point! Breads. pastas, crackers, rice, muffins etc... should be used sparingly maybe 1-2 small servings per day. And obviously soda and fast food are on the "I don't think so" list.
"Fat-free" is getting the boot back to the 80's where it should be. WHAT?? It's true. Good fats are important in a weight loss program. Including some fat at each meal actually helps prevent extra fat from being stored in your body. It also helps you feel fuller, longer. Some good sources: olive oil, nuts and seeds, low fat cheese, natural peanut butter, egg yolks, low fat mayos (most proteins also contain some good fat).
Cheat day. Excuse me... come again. Well there is no reason not to allow yourself one day per week (my favorite is Saturday night) where you can eat outside of the realm for a meal or too. I'm not talking about gorging on 3 pizzas, but a glass of wine or a dessert, or maybe even a piece of Aunt Nancy's homemade lasagna at the party will satisfy your desire for something a little different. Being "good" 61/2 days per week deserves a reward now doesn't it?
Good luck with your new fat burner and your new fat burning diet!
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