“Wow this [insert diet here] is literally stripping the fat off me”
Is it working or are they getting results for the first few weeks before they give up?
It’s hard to know if certain diets are for you and whether we should actually diet at all.
Here I’ll give you a quick run down of some of the popular diets I hear a lot about at the minute.
Will these diets work for you?
What do they actually mean and how are they supposed to work?
Is there a ‘best’ diet?
Simple answer no.
It depends on you and if you can keep eating that way for the rest of your life.
The aim is to change your diet, not ‘go on a diet’.
We want to be able to lose weight and keep it off and this can only be done if we make long-term changes to what we eat.
Who actually understands what process food is?
Well the internet says it’s all bad for us… right?
However, if I told you milk was a process food how would you react?
Yes, it should be healthy. But it’s processed.
So what does processed food mean?
Is it all bad?
And is it really the reason we are fat?
Are you eating less and still gaining weight?
Feeling hungry but the pounds keep piling on?
If you’re consuming less calories then you must lose weight.
Calories in vs calories out can’t be wrong.
Yet are you actually eating less or do you have a problem with perception?
You could be misjudging what you eat or reducing your metabolism.
There are many problems that could be causing you to still gain weight.
However, should we actually try eating less food?
Is that a sustainable way.
Instead, there could be a better way in which you can actually eat more, while still losing weight.
Interested in how you could change up your training?
Want to get off the treadmill and start toning your muscles?
This doesn't mean you need to start going to the gym.
Bodyweight exercises can be done anywhere, with no equipment and don't have to take up much time.
I want to introduce you to what I believe are the 2 essential bodyweight exercises...
Practice these to tone up, burn fat and improve your strength.
Want to know whether you should be counting calories or not?
Counting Calories can be a great way of making better food choices and helping you lose weight.
However, is it practical for everyone to use? Everyday life can be busy enough without having to stop and enter exactly what you have eaten and drunk all day.
How should you use calorie counting and if it is not for you, what should you do instead?