With a MILLION-AND-ONE different dietary protocols to follow, how the hell are you supposed to know what will work for fat loss?
The beauty of it all is that they ALL work..just not for everyone
So I'm going to give you a very simple strategy to use that requires NO calorie counting, No weighing food and NO cutting out entire food groups.
Important: Please consult your GP or physician before making dietary changes
Below is a chart depicting 2 different scenarios
If you like to train in the morning like me, that's predominantly where we'll incorporate all the carbs that we plan on eating for the day.
Carb sources that I include are: sweet potato, rice (any type), fruits and oats.
Portion them by using a handful.
The same is also true if you prefer to train in the evening.
The importance of having carbs is before or after exercise is to support recovery & performance. They're not just for athletes. They are also vital for brain function. (Ever get brain fog on a low-carb diet?)
In a study done by the Maastricht University, it confirmed that carbs that are stored as glycogen within the body ARE NOT sufficient enough to fuel your High intensity, fat burning workouts.
Therefore eating some carbs before or after your training session will allow you to perform at a high intensity for longer as well as decrease any irritability that some people get from following a "low-carb diet."
Using this simple method will naturally place you in a calorie deficit, which will help you lose weight in the form of body fat. This assumes there are no other factors contributing to weight gain eg. hormonal imbalance etc
Take your weight & measurements, try this for a minimum of 14 days, then remeasure to gauge your progress!
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