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Why Fat Burners?
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Fatburner supplements help you lose fat faster, by any of several mechanisms. One is to simply speed up your metabolism. That's why you'll find stimulants in most fatburner formulations.
Another mechanism is a shifting of your body's fuel preference. While this sounds great, keep in mind that your body burns fuel efficiently. So even if you switched to 100% fat fuel sourcing, it would take considerable time to use up the 3500 calories that constitute a pound of fat. What does this really mean, for you? Is a fatburner supplement worthwhile? Yes, if you combine it with a sensible fat loss strategy. See the fat loss facts and fat loss tips tabs.
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Fatburners, when used correctly as part of an overall fat reduction program, will help you achieve your body fat target.Being lean has many benefits. Some are health benefits, some aren't.
For example, did you know that brown belly fat is essentially a cancer factory? This is why men are at an order of magnitude more risk of prostate cancer for every ten pounds of this brown belly fat. If you're a guy waddling around with 12% body fat, you can cut your prostate cancer risk 90% simply by getting into a lean condition.
Appearance, of course, is a major factor. Many of us don't want to look fat, so we lean down to look more athletic and appealing. Then there's performance. Carrying around that fat hurts your performance as an athlete (and as a lover). Get rid of the dead weight, and you automatically have more speed, power, and endurance.
Fat Loss Facts
The actual foods will not make a huge difference for a woman until she is under 25% body fat.
For a woman at 5'8" this means about 140lbs of total body weight.
For a man at 6'0" this means about 170lbs of total body weight.
Note that we are still talking about too fat, here. Many 6' men think they look great at 170lbs, but they are fooling themselves. With an average build (at that height), 170lbs is too fat. Way too fat. You would need to be very, very muscular (and have very large bones) to be lean at that weight.
Now, at 25% bodyfat, people will have a tough time "right sizing" based on portion control alone. A person eating nothing but junk to this point has less muscularity, a lower metabolism, and a lower level of overall health.
Many skinny people seem to live on chips and Coke. They have low fat levels because of low total calories. But they also have sallow complexions and low muscularity because of a poor diet. However, they are proof that you can eat whatever you want and not be fat--provided you don't eat much.
Food selection is helpful, but not critical, to fat loss when your caloric intake is way above where it should be. And you correct that caloric intake via portion control.Most of us have no clue how much we actually eat, so we think we aren't eating much. The truth is very different, and that's why people are fat. Not because they are getting too many carbs, not enough protein, or too much fat. They are simply eating too much.
10 Fat Loss Tips
Don't try to "lose weight." This is a false metric. What you want to lose is fat. This isn't mere semantics. Until you understand this, youwill have completely the wrong mindset and your efforts will result only in frustration.
Fats don't make you fat. In fact, you need fat to burn fat. You need the fats you find in eggs, nuts, and cooking oils. Eat free-range eggs (very high in Omega 3 fats, which are quite good for you), fresh nuts (as opposed to the stale or processed ones in the typical supermarket), and quality oils (as opposed to the cheap hot-processed or improperly packaged or stored ones in the typical grocery store).
Carbs don't make you fat. In fact, you need carbs to burn carbs. And to burn fat. There are people who live on nothing but chips and soda--very high in carbs. Yet, they are skinny. They aren't healthy or lean--they are just skinny and undermuscled with unhealthy organs. The point here is you can be thin as a rail, even if you eat mostly carbs.
You got too fat one bite at a time. You lose that fat the same way. You cannot exercise off the results of overeating, despite the hype from gyms that sign people up to exercise incorrectly. What you can do is not overeat in the first place.
Right-size your body by right-sizing your meals. You can become obese, even if all you eat is bean sprouts. Quantity matters. What you eat determines how healthy you are. How much you eat determines how fat you are. Of course, if you eat more calorie-dense foods, you get fatter faster.
Regimens that involve food combinations, food timing, and other gyrations don't--in themselves--cause you to right-size your body. The fussing over following these regimens makes you more aware of your food, and thus more likely to reduce portion size.
A gastric bypass is a dumb idea. You did not get fat because your body has normal plumbing. You got fat because you ate too much. So the fix isn't to mutilate your body. The fix is to eat less.
You do not have to starve to eat right. But eating right may mean being a bit hungry at times. Deal with it. You're not going to starve, just because you're hungry. Learn the difference.
Don't listen to people brag about the great results they had with Diet X. People have a way of exaggerating their successes. Diets don't work, and we all know that. Why do so many people persist in this form of self-delusional desperation?
Use a good fatburner as part of a solid fat loss strategy, and you'll have your beautiful lean body sooner.
Some people will stack their fat loss supplements with other supplements. This is not a good idea. Pick one fatburner, and use it. Don't use a second one until you stop using the first one. Some experts recommend cycling on and off of fatburner supplements. We certainly do. You don't want your body to adapt to the supplementation, and you don't want to use fatburner supplements as a crutch.
Easy vs. good vs. normal
Sometimes, people talk about "easy food" vs. "good food" or "normal food" vs. "health food." Let's put these ideas to rest right now.
"Easy food" vs. "good food" all starts with what you put into your shopping cart. If you make a simple rule to buy mostly in the produce section, buy beans (if dry, any beans are fine; if canned, plain beans only--and not kidney beans) regularly, and don't by any "prepared meals, sauces, mixes, etc., you have solved 80% of the food selection problem. After that, you can improve your buying--but most people would see miraculous results at this 80% point.
It's no harder to put quality food in your mouth your plate than it is to put junkfood there. In fact, in my home it's impossible to eat junkfood because there isn't any. Remember, it all starts at the grocery store.
What is "normal food?"
Somewhere along the line, many people have gotten the idea that it's abnormal not to poison your mind and body with highly processed, nutrient-devoid, toxin-laden crap not fit for human consumption. And statistically, that is correct--normal, by definition, means it's what most people do. Therefore, it's not normal to eat with any degree of intelligence. But the negative connotation that comes with thinking of intelligent eating behavior as abnormal isn't appropriate.
Think of "normal" as what's normal for you. Forget about "what everyone else does." In fact, there are large numbers of people who eat intelligently and have the body to prove it. Think of "normal food" as food that is in an untoxified state. For example, most people eat far more hydrogenated oil that unhydrogenated. That doesn't mean oil that has been made toxic is better because it's "normal."
The bottom line in fat loss and right-sizing your body is this: take in fewer calories than you burn. Eat less of everything. Smaller serving sizes, smaller plates, and so on. Shift what you eat to more foods of lower calorie density. Think "more greens, fewer grains."
How can you make sure you succeed? Some experts advise keeping a food diary, in which you write down what you eat. But an even better approach is to write down an eating plan. Then, eat only what you planned to eat. This way, you can't possibly over eat. Just plan six small meals a day, prepare them ahead of time, and eat them at the pre-decided time. If you get hungry, just realize you won't starve--tough it out. Your next meal isn't far off.
Whom to believe
This information isn't some hack's opinion, and it's not the product of some nutrition-ignorant doctor with an ugly body. It's drawn from sources that are walking proof. These include professional body builders, nutritional researchers, elite trainers, and many other experts.
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