Nutrition and Diets – Losing weight can be a daunting challenge for a lot of people, if, you don’t know what you’re doing and you’re the head is filled with all the wrong knowledge from false and manipulative advertising. Before we dive into this definitive guide to Weight loss, let’s get a couple things straight.
For starters, you should know that there is no shortcut to weight loss, which includes fad diets, magic pills, “specially” designed workout plans and whatever else the health industry will have you believe works. For some, this may come as a huge shocker, but it’s simply the truth of the matter. While we’re hitting you with truth, let’s also talk about this idea of instant gratification and the fast route to success. Today, money can buy you a lot. People ask, I can get a Big mac at the drop of a hat, I can take a pill to feel better, I can hop on a plane and travel to anywhere in the world, so why can’t I just lose weight instantly. Well, it just doesn’t work that way.
And, just in case you still think it’s possible, because you heard a friend get on a special diet that made him drop 20 lbs in 2 weeks, you should know that the human body wasn’t designed to lose weight fast. In fact, most people who cut a lot of weight in a short span of time are asking for trouble in terms of health. In trying to beat the survival mechanism built into their system, their body actually starts to store body fat and burn muscle instead because it senses that you’re trying to starve it.
A huge body of evidence (insert link) also suggests that people who try and lose too much weight in a hurry are also the most likely to put it back on in a hurry. So, think again.
How Weight Loss Happens:
1. The Truth about Weight Loss
2.Why Hurrying Weight loss doesn’t work
3. What makes weight Loss Happen?
4. The only 3 Ways to Lose Weight
5. Figuring Your Daily Caloric Maintenance Level
6. Factoring in the recommended Weight Loss Rate
Nutrition: The Basics & Beyond
1. Simply Weight Loss vs. Choosing Health
2. Knowing the Macros:
3. Choose Healthy Whole Foods
4. What to Avoid
5. Putting your Meal Plan together
6. Counting Calories?
7.Understanding the Importance of forming Good eating Habits
- Why Exercise?
- Aerobic vs. Anaerobic
- Choosing your Exercise
- How much and how often should you Exercise
- Making Progress
Mindset and Motivation
- Know your ‘Why’
- Developing Consistency
- The power of Momentum
- Cheat Meals
- The Middle Way
- Tracking Weight Loss Progress
- Maintaining Weight Loss
Staving Off Media Hyperbole and Lies
- Fad Diets
- False advertising
- Weight loss supplements & pills