More Often? Is he
crazy? How does this help me lose weight?
OK, I'd imagine this one is pretty self explanatory.
But it's gotta be here anyways.
EAT MORE OFTEN!
But what do you mean by eating more often Phil?
Enjoy the Benefits of Breakfast EVERY DAY
Have a mid morning Snack
Have a mid afternoon Snack
Maybe even have an evening snack before bed.
Heck, throw an 8 or 12 ounce
glass of water in with each of these to cover your hydration
needs and help you feel more full.
your body to understand that there is plenty of food available.
You need to convince it that there is no chance that it will need to
have reserves in case of famine.
If your body gets so much as even a hint
that there are going to be missed meals...
It will start saving every extra calorie it can grab a hold of.
stop building muscle mass in order to store up fat.
This is not a healthy condition
for weight loss. And, It will force you to decrease your calorie intake for weight loss
even further and increase your burn as well just to see results.
Do you really want to fight your
Make it happy…
Prove to it that food will be
coming as needed.
But won't I just be increasing
the amount of calories I put in my body?
If you eat crap all day long in huge portions…
control of what you are eating.
And, of course, keep Proper
Nutrition and Decreasing
Calories in mind.
This must be taken in the
of the ENTIRE 7 habits.
If you eat more often, you will not feel hungry with smaller portions.
Obviously I'm also not talking
about having a Snickers or 3 Musketeers bar for snacks.Perhaps you should take a look at the Definition of Organic Food
If you are
going to exercise,
Pack in a few extra proteins or carbs shortly before your workout for
added energy without burning muscle tissue for it.
Combined with low glycemic index diet food, you're off to a great start.
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