Hey guys, it’s Kannan today I want to share with you, “One of the best ways to lose weight that is through your diet” But you need the right advice. So let’s jump right into the tips.
Tip 1: With your diet and this will sound a little cliche hang with me, and that is don’t give up. A lot of people give up that I have noticed atleast give up. Before they start to get results, the body takes time to adjust, and you’re going to see that initial drop-off, which is usually mostly water weight. But then once the body changes, it starts kicking into high gear. If you keep your foot on the throat and once you have it locked down, then it starts to work. But a lot of people give up right before that happens, I think, and the best analogy I could think of is kind of like you’re climbing a mountain you’re struggling to get to the top, and there’s all this fog you can’t see where the top is. And many people are like, screw it, I can’t do this anymore, but if they just would have climbed through that fog. That one layer of fog there they would have seen that they are almost there or they’re approaching they’ve gone a far way. They don’t have that much further to go whatever it is, you know again, kind of cliche stick with me. It would help if you didn’t give up because it’s the consistency that causes results. It’s not perfection, so when something goes wrong, you’re feeling down, stay consistent with it, get back on the horse, try again whatever it is, and it will start to work.
Tip 2: You have to make sure that you enjoy your diet if you are miserable, which I have seen. Many people do that, I mean, probably a fair amount of weight has been lost on people being miserable. But the thing is that you eventually gain it back right because you quit, you can’t do that forever. So really, what is a successful diet? If you lose 50 pounds and gain 60 pounds back? Was it successful? Would you have done better just sticking to what you were doing and not losing any weight at all? So you have to make sure you enjoy it. You can’t give up entire food groups. Of course, that is something that you mind doing if you don’t like carbs in the first place, then sure whatever, go for it. But don’t give up the foods that you love. Give up some things like I mean, I’m not a big cake fan I can give up cake it’s okay, So make sure you enjoy your diet, and there is room in every diet for putting something that you love, and I’m not talking about cheating and saying screw it and going for a cheat day or a cheat meal. I’m talking about if you start the day knowing that tonight. I’m going to have a doughnut tonight, and I’m going to have lasagna my family function whatever it is, you can adjust your day, you might go a little bit over. But that’s okay with your calories, which is okay because it’s only one day as long as you’re mentally prepared for it and plan it like. I’m going to have a doughnut tonight. So that takes a 190 of my calories or 400 of my calories whatever it is. So you have to make a few adjustments; you’re probably still going to go over your calories a little bit. Because you’re already 500 calories down, this is a long conversation, and a lot of my other blog posts hit on that. I will try to link something up below here to look at a little bit of what I’m talking about. I’m not sure if I’ve ever hit on that exactly. But I will try to do that in the Below and so yes, again, make sure that you’re enjoying your diet.
Tip 3: This one’s going be pretty fast; it’s pretty simple to lower your carbs. But do not eliminate them if you’re a carb person again if you’re on Atkins or something. Then whatever this doesn’t apply, but if you enjoy carbs like most of us. If you like rice, if you want bread, then don’t eliminate them. But lower them, I usually have my clients somewhere around 40% of their daily intake coming from carbs. So they can have lower carbs but still use the carbs. That’s always a fair amount of carbs that will be your most significant source of energy from carbs instead of fat or protein. Carbs are going to be a more substantial source most considerable source of energy. Use that to fuel your workouts work out hard because you’re taking in those carbs, but you don’t want it to be somewhere around 60% unless. You’re a highly active individual like a carpenter who also works out six times a week, so lower your carbs.
Tip 4: To go hand-in-hand with that is up to your protein. So if your carbs lower, you got to replace it with something you can’t just have the calories go lower. If your calories are already adjusted, so up your protein, it’ll make you feel more full that is an excellent way of speeding up weight loss through your diet. If you feel more full, you’re not going to eat more later, which helps with night eating. It helps with so many things and then a power tip here.
Bonus tip: To go right with that is include protein in your breakfast that is by far the lowest protein meal. Most of us usually have you know oatmeal, and banana carbs are massive in the morning oatmeal. Banana milk is going to give you a bunch of cards and not much protein. The only protein you’re getting is from the milk. Including some protein in the morning, eggs are an excellent protein, especially if you make sure that it’s mostly egg whites. Now you could also feel like we need to break the whole I need breakfast food barrier. I mean, you can eat fish in the morning; there’s nothing wrong with that. If you can get to the point where you can eat something like a tuna in the morning, I do all the time, and you know my meals don’t go off time. Then that’s a powerful way of allowing you to get some protein. Because we don’t have any problem getting protein at dinner if we could include that in breakfast, that will go a long way helping us all day at losing weight faster. Because you’re eating less, and your metabolism will be revved up.
Well, that is all for today’s blog post, guys. Thank you so much again. Take care of yourself. Bye