Who Wants To Burn Body Fat And Turbo-Charge Their Metabolism?

Tens of thousands of men and women in more than 141 countries are now enjoying the lean and muscular bodies they never believed they could have. The best part is, they did it without drugs, supplements or starvation diets, and without messing up their metabolisms… How did they do it? They used a scientifically-proven and real-world tested program that’s been sweeping the Internet called, Burn The Fat, Feed The Muscle (“Burn The Fat” For short What Makes This Fat Burning Breakthrough So Exciting is That it Gives You The Power To… Lose fat permanently. It’s a fact – 95% of the people who go on conventional diets gain all the weight back and sometimes they end up fatter than when they started. Burn The Fat teaches you how to be in the successful 5% group that keeps fat off forever. Lose body fat without wrecking your metabolism. If you’ve ever started a diet, then smashed into the dreaded “fat loss plateau,” it’s probably because you cannibalized your own muscle and slowed down your metabolism. The Burn The Fat system teaches you the only way to prevent your metabolism from crashing when you diet and what to do if you think you’ve already damaged your metabolism Lose fat without drugs. Steroids or fat burning drugs can work, but the results are temporary and the side effects are nasty. The tiny handful of natural bodybuilders who have learned how to use training and nutrition science to alter body composition without drugs are the only people in the world who keep their fat loss and muscle gains permanently. You will learn these...

The Pros & Cons Of A Raw Food Weight Loss Diet

The movement toward raw food for weight loss has been growing steadily over the last several decades.  Grounded in the idea that cooking actually robs foods of nutrients, as well as “acidifying” the body, raw food diets attempt to correct this deficiency.  But does the science stand up to scrutiny? Raw Food Weight Loss Diets There are two basic principles behind raw food weight loss plans.  These are: The process of cooking degrades the nutritional value of foods. Typical Western diets have an “acidifying” effect on the body, which can be reversed by eating raw foods, which are alkaline in nature. A natural extension of the movement to buy organic, it seems intuitive that eating raw foods should be healthier than cooked foods.  The logic goes that if eating organic foods is healthy, then those found in their natural (i.e. raw) state should be more stable, and cooking or further processing disturbs that delicate balance.  Furthermore, it’s well known that many popular nutrients are destroyed by cooking, which further bolsters the argument in favor of raw food diets for weight loss.  Its a well-known fact that vitamin C isn’t very stable to cooking, and the same goes for vitamin A.  Similarly, water-soluble vitamins are frequently leached from foods during water soaks or boiling, which only strengthens the case against eating cooked foods.  Unfortunately, as is so often the case with such arguments, the case is much more complicated that it originally appears. A recent paper on calorie content of raw foods vs cooked foods explores the question of how cooking impacts the calorie content of food.  The question of...

8 Natural Metabolism Boosters For Weight Loss

In our look at how to boost metabolism, we examined the link between daily behavioral patterns and metabolism.  This shows how the application of straightforward biochemical processes can be harnessed as a metabolism booster to help you achieve your fitness and weight loss goals.  But, as we’ve shown before, simply attempting to achieve weight loss by physical activity isn’t enough.  It’s also imperative to the proper fuel metabolism boosters, to achieve those goals.  Adding natural, healthy metabolism boosters to your diet can play a significant part in achieving those goals. 10 Natural Metabolism Boosters For Weight Loss 1.  Coffee – Coffee antioxidants, in addition to its stimulant properties, make it one of nature’s best metabolism boosters.  Studies have repeatedly shown enhancements in athletic performance for elite runners who consume coffee, but there exists some debate about the exact mechanism of action.  Certainly caffeine is considered to play a role, but contrary to the alertness theory, the more favored explanation for why coffee boosts metabolism so effectively is its ability to increase free fatty acid circulation in the bloodstream.  The increased availability of free fatty acids for metabolism avoids the fatigue that occurs during exercise when glycogen stores are exhausted.  Expect a boost in metabolism from coffee consumption lasts approximately 4 hours for healthy adults. 2.  Lean Protein — Lean protein is more difficult for the body to digest, and provides the essential building blocks to increase muscle mass, which is one of the greatest metabolism boosters you’re going to find.  The purpose behind strength training is to tear muscle fibers, which will then be built up larger than before.  To...

How To Boost Metabolism

Metabolism, or the rate at which your body burns calories during normal daily activity, is one of the keys to developing a sustainable weight loss plan, and can be a key step in the battle to lose belly fat.  By learning how to boost metabolism, it’s possible to prime your body to shed pounds with less effort.  So use these tips to effectively speed up metabolism and propel your way to healthy, long term weight loss. – A Daily Guide DO – Get Enough Sleep The subject of sleep engenders much debate, but sleep experts all agree that from kids to adults, Americans don’t get enough of it.  Reasons range from the availability of evening light sources to general over-commitments in life, none of which are going to change.  But sleep is the lynch-pin if you want to boost your metabolism.  In one study on chronic sleep deprivation, participants experienced metabolic changes akin to advanced aging, with symptoms such as reduced glucose tolerance, an increase in blood cortisol, and alterations in thyroid hormone levels.  Some tips for getting enough sleep include: Turning off all electronics 30 minutes before bed Avoid consuming alcohol before bed Dedicate your bedroom to sleep; no television or games Eliminate light sources from the bedroom, especially blue light DON’T Skip Breakfast Although it seems counter-intuitive, research has shown time and again that eating breakfast leads to greater success with weight loss.  During sleep, the body’s metabolism slows down as your recuperate from the rigors of daily life.  Breaking your nightly fast with a healthy breakfast, ramps up your metabolism and primes the body for the...

How To Eat Fast Food And Lose Weight

If you’re out and about and you want a meal fast, sometimes the only option is fast food. Other times, you just feel lazy and you don’t want to cook. Either way, fast food seems like a good option. Thing is, eating out too much can really help you screw the pooch when it comes to your diet … there are healthy alternatives mixed in among all the fattening choices. Your best bet is to learn some common sense guidelines about what makes each item unhealthy and choose one of the healthy items. It’ll also help if you study the menus of some of your favorite fast food restaurants. You’ll most likely be able to look up their nutrition facts online. Do that and you’ll know for sure how many calories are in your favorite fast food meals. Now here’s your quick guide to eating healthy and keeping the pounds off while eating fast food … Some Quick Guidelines: 1. Grilled Meats. Grilled meats are a much healthier way of cooking rather than deep fried, breaded meats. If the fast food place you’re visiting has the option of choosing crispy or fried chicken versus a grilled patty, choose the grilled one. If the place is like KFC, and the grilled meat isn’t really grilled, then just eat the deep fried, breaded meats and avoid the side carbs (biscuits, etc). 2. Skip the Fries. (Almost) Always. This one was SO HARD for me to get over because I love the way fries taste. I imagine kicking the heroin habit is easier than this. But I’ve probably had about a handful...

Weight Loss

It seems the majority of the population are concerned about their weight. More specifically, they are concerned they have too much of it. And they want to lose some. The actual weight they want to lose is the excess fat they carry. A thin layer of subcutaneous fat is a good thing. It plumps up the skin attractively, provides protection from the cold and helps provide us a little cushioning. It’s when that layer of subcutaneous fat swells beyond a centimeter or two in width that we start to grab and pinch at it accusingly, and purse our lips as our clothes stop fitting so well. The weightloss equation is a simple one: Use more energy than you absorb through food and drink, and your body will need to burn its resources to keep you going. Eat less? Exercise more? Reduce it down to basics and yes, that’s all you need to do to lose that fat. Of course food (and drink) is one of life’s major pleasures. And these days it is for many the easiest and most accessible pleasure. To cut yourself off from that sensory reward is more of a challenge than you’d like to think. Particularly when the pleasure of being the shape you want to be is so distant, and the taste of your favourite food so close… Adding exercise to use more energy is the other side of that coin, and it will certainly improve your day-to-day lifestyle (chemical balance, ease of motion, stamina) if you can make exercise a part of that lifestyle. But many shy away from the immediate pain of...