Weight Loss Meal Plan

Fat Loss Factor You MUST Consider – Meal Plan Mixup!!

Fat Loss Factor You MUST Consider – Meal Plan Mixup!!

Fat Loss Factor You MUST Consider – Meal Plan Mixup!!

Be sure to factor this into your fat loss efforts or you won’t lose fat…period!

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There are a lot of factors that you must consider when fat loss is one of the two primary goals of your workout program (building muscle is the other). In either case, the belief that all calories are created equal is the worst diet mistake you can make, as I’ll show you in this video.

The rate and degree of fat loss that you can achieve is really determined by a lot of factors including how much body fat you have to lose, the amount of muscle you have, the speed of your metabolism, etc. One of the ones that is impacted every day however is the way you approach your meal plans and calories.

Because of the concept of “nutragenomics”, all calories are certainly not created equal or treated by your muscles as equal. In order to maximize muscle growth, you need to really review the type of fat loss efforts you’re making. How clean is your diet really? Should you even be counting calories?

You’ll see in this fat loss factor reviewing your diet and maintaining a high quality of nutrients is much more important than the amount of calories you consume!

For more information on the type of meal plans that produce the fastest simultaneous fat loss and muscle growth, be sure to head over to http://athleanx.com and read about the x factor meal plans. It’s all part of the number one rated workout and nutrition program called ATHLEAN-X.

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14 Comments

  1. That isn't what "a calorie is a calorie" means. It is wrong, and Jeff is right in what he says; but "a calorie is a calorie" is meant to dismiss the evidence that what you eat and when you eat it can affect body composition and how your body decides how to use each macrobiotic (e.g., deposit carbs as fat, burn them for energy or heat and using which pathways, or pass them through).

  2. Is it at all possible to not have to count calories and eat as much as I want as long as i'm eating super clean?

  3. Straight facts about his nutrition plan. Been at it for 2 months, have dropped 20lbs already and seeing some good results even if they're minor. Most importantly, I'm enjoying what I'm eating even if it's repetitive week in and week out, I'm not force feeding myself something just to say I'm "eating healthy" or "watching what i eat". I'm enjoying it and at the same time, keeping in mind how Jeff said in another video, 5 meals a day is 35 in a week, you do not have to go 35 for 35.

  4. When people tell me that "a calorie is a calorie," I usually remind them that you can build a house with trash, but it won't be a sturdy home.

  5. I tried to gain weight (since i was underweight) and struggled even though consuming 3k a day for almost half a year, then I switched up my plan to include healthy shit my body could use and got to my ideal weight within two fucking months

  6. Best way to explain. I watched it again n again now digested.
    One qts is there… if we are not taking our balanced diet but total calories are in place… what happens then?
    For Example.. protien p/day requirement is 160, carbs required 300 and fats required is 60
    What if i take 180 protien, 150 carbs and 50 fats… and might also be completing total calories… what will happen to me in this case where total calories may or may not as per requirement but protien, fats and carbs are quite upset… as per above example

  7. Can yo uplease do an update to this video on nutrigenomics? I think the term has changed sicne th eyear of this video.
    I think not enough information of the role of antioxidants and their role on aging andhow this can impact MSK health and training.. If you can go over this, it woud be great for men and women alike.

  8. Well of course, a calorie is a calorie is a very poor and inacurate metric for nutrition. For Jeff's sake, they are measured by literally burning the food.

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