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Author : revu moz


Has a diet plan consistently helped you lose weight but later on ceased to be effective? As in, after a few weeks or month into the diet plan, checking your weight just becomes a consistent source of disappointment. This occurs as a result of your body's natural ability to adapt to your daily caloric intake. Say for instance you eat more or less 2,500 calories a day. You then decide to drop it to 2,000 calories in order to lose weight. For the first few weeks, your body will respond by dropping off weight as it eats up your stored energy. That is until it learns to adjust to your new 2,000-calorie diet. So is there a way for you to get around this automatic mechanism so you can lose more weight or is it a hopeless case? The answer is yes, there is a way, and no, it is not a hopeless case as long as you remember to do the following Fat Loss 4 Idiots tips.

The technique is called calorie shifting, a method that confuses your body's ability to adapt to your eating habits or regular calorie intake. Calorie shifting can best be described through example. You vary your intake of calories everyday such as for Monday, you can have 2,300 calories; for Tuesday, 2,000 calories; for Wednesday 1,800 calories; 2,300 calories for Thursday and so on and so forth. You can have a pattern that's high-high-high-low then switch it up to a low-low-high-low or practically any pattern you feel like following. The meals within each day should be kept varied too, at least in terms of calorie content. You can't have a consistent big breakfast, medium lunch and small dinner meal plan. I tried doing this once for an entire week and was dismayed in the end because of the lack of changes in my weight.

In order to be spot on in your calorie shifting, you need to know how much calories you should lose. To do that, you must have an idea of how much calories you are taking in now to keep your weight and you can do that by computing your BMR or Basal Metabolic Rate. The formula can be easily looked up through your friendly search engine. You can then base your plan on this rate. You definitely do not need to have food restrictions. If you think you're too busy to get into the details of the program, a ready-made meal guide is set in place in this fantastic program that you can read at Product Reviews at ReviewMOZ.org, a general reviews site.

To aid you in your fat loss game plan, I've one secret to share that works for me all the time: sprinkles. There's a specific mix that you can easily make at home. Cayenne pepper and cinnamon are ingredients that are known to help you keep the fat off and lose weight. Cayenne pepper burns fat while cinnamon lowers your sugar level and curbs your appetite, among others. With both serving different functions, the most effective use of them is to combine both to come up with a special sprinkle that you can use on your food. This will significantly boost your metabolism. This is of course not a substitute for diet and exercise, the sprinkle is only meant to aid both. For other diet plan options, you may find it worthwhile to check out Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle by Tom Venuto and The Truth About Six Pack Abs by Mike Geary. Losing weight would easily be a no-brainer once you start following proven techniques.



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