Fastest Way To Lose Weight

Eat MORE And LOSE Fat?! Here's How

Eat MORE And LOSE Fat?! Here's How

Eat MORE And LOSE Fat?! Here's How

Can You Eat More AND Lose Fat?

I know we’ve always heard calories in vs calories out is all that matters. And that you need to eat less and create that calorie deficit if you want to lose weight.

However, more is not better when it comes to a deficit, and trying to eat less and create a bigger deficit may backfire if we want to achieve sustainable fat loss results and our ideal lean aesthetic.

Because as much as your goal may be weight loss, you want fat loss. And fat loss can’t be rushed by eating less.

Actually forcing an extreme deficit may be why we’re even GAINING weight while under eating not to mention losing muscle instead of just focusing on fat loss.

I’m going to break down what happens when we undereat and why cycling ratios over cutting calories is key! And then I’m going to go into how to create the appropriate deficit for your needs and goals and why we may have to RE-TRAIN your body to eat more before we can focus on cutting!

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  1. amazing video ! Do you have a vegetarian version of the plates? It´s hard to keep the carbs low 

  2. So. When this video came out I decided to try this. I've gained 25 pounds. Mostly fat. I'm absolutely not blaming anyone or anything like that. Just saying this method does not always work for everyone. So…. now I have to lose 25 f-ing pounds of fat. sigh

  3. Wish you were around in 1969 when dieting and after successfully losing a stone and a half, my weight began to creep up even though still consuming the calories that had led to my initial weight loss. My doctors would not believe me as my weight was going up at an extraordinary and frightening rate and cutting calories even further did not stop the weight gain. After decades of being called a liar by the medical profession I basically lived a life on often less than 1,000 a day and just got on with it. Now at 73 I began to eat more but very minimal carbs so the crisp breads and fruit went and had cream instead of milk . I lost seven pounds on the scales. Fat, muscle, water, didn’t give a damn but I was slimmer. To cut a long story short. I will never go below 1,000 calories ever again and it seems as though science and some health professionals accept that DIETING MKEA YOU FAT. It certainly did me. Great advice from this lovely knowledgable woman. Thank you. 👍👍

  4. This concept and paradigm of a calorie deficit which is perpetuated by most experts really is wrong and leads to a lot of yo-yo dieting and weight loss.

    I have been strict carnivore for the past two years and it has kept me fairly lean and muscular. When I want to cut a little bit more and get more lean, I dial back on the fat a little bit but what I find is that I plateau fairly quickly in terms of the fat loss because of the adaptation.

    So one thing I have been experimenting with over the past couple of weeks which is work fantastic is the concept of G Flux. This is the energy balance concept of eating more and also increasing activity in conjunction with that increased intake to increase metabolic rate for fat loss.

    So I am 6 foot five in about 215 pounds. My maintenance calorie level is around 3300 cal per day based on my activity level. Are used to eat about 2500 cal a day to get into that deficit but as I mentioned, I would plateau fairly quickly. So what I do now over the past couple of months is I eat at maintenance or maybe a little bit above. Some days I eat a little bit less depending on how hungry I am. But I’ve also increased my activity level and exercise in conjunction with this increased intake. I weightlift 4 to 5 times per week. I do a high intensity regimen for about 20 to 25 minutes about three times per week. And I walk daily and try to get at least 15000 steps.

    This regimen has made a huge difference in terms of my body composition over the past two months. I haven’t really lost any significant weight in terms of the needle on the scale, but I’ve lost a significant amount of fat and gain more muscle and appear much more shredded than previous.

    So this concept of G flux really works well. It explains why athletes can sometimes eat 5, 6, 7000 cal daily but still look jacked and shredded

    Fat loss is so much more nuanced than calories in versus calories out. It’s about hormones. It’s about metabolic rate. It’s about muscle mass and insulin sensitivity.

    There are actually days where I eat over 4000 cal if I’m a little bit hungrier, and wake up the next morning and actually look leanerr than I did the day before

  5. Good advice. It’s taken me 3 year of menopausal weight gain/static to realise I need to focus on nutrients not calories to maintain or reduce weight. Finally, I’m eating more ( protein & fibre) to loose weight – calories r almost meaningless as u age. Focus on nutritious food (sadly, no cheating ! It’s only 4 the young).

  6. I have been eating one meal a day, thinking this will help. Well it’s doing nothing, I eat one meal and my stomach bloats up like I ate a basketball. I will assume this is a part of my menopausal issues, I hate it.. I don’t need to lose much, my main issue is my stomach. What can I do more? I workout at least 4 to 5 times a week, I walk a lot, ride my bike, etc….Do you eat several small meals throughout the day?

  7. I am bodybuilder. I like to cycle calories having higher calories day and lower ones. But my rule of thumb is always to eat enough and not under. Like yesterday I had 2600 calories, today maybe 3200 calories. All that said no matter what the amount, I keep it at approximate 40/40/20 ratio using my tracking app. Doing this never feels like I am dieting if lets say the end goal for the week is 20 000 calories per say.

  8. Ok but where are the numbers? How can you estimate whether you have been in metabolic adaptation? What kind of deficit is too much deficit? How do you know when you have landed back at a good steady state?

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