Fat Loss Tips
The following fat loss tips are small adjustments that anyone can make to their
eating habits and life style that can have a tremendous effect on their ability to lose
- Drink more water!!! It will help you control your appetite and will flush out
- Avoid high fructose corn syrup. This can be found in may products such as
chips, beverages, bread, candy bars, etc
- Limit the amount of sugar intake. This means sugar from sodas, candy, etc
- Always have balanced meals that consist of protein, carbs and fats.
- Eat more whole gains. This will help you keep your insulin levels in balance
which in turn will allow you to burn more fat for energy.
- Switch you milk to non-fat.
- Eat more protein.
- Use flaxseed oil.
- Cut out juices only eat whole fruits
- Always eat breakfast!
- Eat at least 5 meals per day.
- Limit the amount of alcohol you consume. It will slow or even stop you weight
- Try to eat most of your carbs before 6pm.
- Try to get at least 8 hours of sleep per day.
- Take a multi-vitamin/mineral supplement. This will help provide all the
necessary nutrients that your diet lacks.
- Try to do your cardio first thing in the morning on an empty stomach.
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