Less is NOT More

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So talking with a new PT client yesterday
brought this to the front…..
When looking to lose weight,
LESS is NOT always more.
By this I mean, it’s not about “reducing”
what you eat.
For sure, if you’re eating cakes, biscuits,
crisps, daily,
alcohol is in at weekends and a few times
during the week,
bread is a staple,
then YES – you need to eat less of these
for better health and weightloss.
But once your daily diet is mostly
from natural, benefitical foods (Meats, Eggs, Fish, Veg, Fruits etc)
you shoudn’t bee looking to reduce
your intake further to lose weight.
My preference was for this client to include
MORE protein and GOOD FATS (like avocado, olive oil, few nuts, nut butters, coconut oil etc)
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Both these food groups have zero effect
on insulin levels (CRUCIAL for energy and fat loss)
but WILL keep you feeling fuller for longer
due to their digestion speeds.
–> Looking to cut back food further
to “please” the scales is like turning
down the flame on your bodies fat burning potential.
 
–> You’ll also slow down your thyroid which is
also repsonsible for this.
 
–> You’ll probably find you’re knackered 
a lot of the time with energy dips
 
–> You may well find your sleep pattern isn’t great.
When you drink less water your body holds on
to more of it – it thinks it’s being restricted.
The same with food – you cut back on food
too much it resleases enzymes to store more fat ——-
—— it thinks it’s being starved.
So DON’T rely on scales as your results marker.
Don’t look for short cuts to health and weight loss.
and
Don’t think that eating LESS is your way to “favourable”
numbers – you’ll just end up depressed and burnt out.

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