NEAT (all the calories you burn during the day outside formal exercise sessions) is the real cause of the obesity epidemic according to research. An endocrinologist named Dr. James Levine, who is one of the main researchers in this field, said that obese individuals are far less physically active than lean individuals and on average they burn 350 calories per day.
It is no secret that weight loss and weight control are multifaceted and very complex endeavors, which span across every aspect of a person’s life. There are lots of reasons why people are not able to successfully lose the weight or keep it off and one of those is not putting yourself at the top of the priority list. Is putting yourself on the top of the priority list selfish? Find out!
We all would like to succeed and be able to make all our dreams come true. It is great to dream but the problem is that these dreams never seem to come true. Lots of people have this dream to achieve a lean and sexy body, but making this dream a reality is often impossible. Why is that? Well, there are 2 diseases that stop you and everyone else from achieving long-term and permanent results.
Lots of people understand the importance consuming a healthy and clean diet when it comes to fat loss, but what roles does calories in versus calories out play? If you allow yourself to eat ice-cream, pizza or any other type of junk food, can you still lose fat if it is in your calorie allowance? If you can lose fat while eating at McDonald’s then why fuss about clean eating when it comes to fat loss?
Low-carbohydrate diets, such as the Atkins diet, are very popular because it is well-known that low-carbohydrate diets are more effective, in terms of fat loss, than high-carbohydrate diets.
But according to new research conducted by Johnston CS, et al, American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition. 2006 May;83(5):1055-61. Department of Nutrition,: “Ketogenic low-carbohydrate diets have no metabolic advantage over nonketogenic low-carbohydrate diets.”
By Tom Venuto
I’m going to share with you the most crucial weight loss strategy that will literally make or break your success. This is the number one fat loss tip I could ever give you. If you don’t get this right, you can kiss your fat loss results goodbye. This is the one absolute requirement for weight loss, and it’s something you’ve probably heard of before. However, there’s one critical distinction about this familiar advice that you might not have considered – and this one thing makes all the difference in the world…
By Tom Venuto
At the Burn the Fat Inner Circle member forums, I get a question which comes up with alarming frequency: “Why isn’t my cardio working?” Despite not only doing regular cardio for weeks, but actually increasing the duration of her workouts, one member still saw no added fat loss and started wondering what she was doing wrong… or what was wrong with her! I gave her the surprisingly simple answer, which I’ve printed for you as well in this article and new research has added even more to the answer – it’s a NEAT explanation…
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