Best Fat Loss Tips

The weight loss industry is full of myths.

People are often advised to do all sorts of crazy things, most of which have no evidence behind them.

However, over the years, scientists have found a number of strategies that seem to be effective.

In addition to diet and exercise, numerous other factors can influence weight and fat loss.


Burn more calories than you eat

Weight loss is simple: if you burn more calories than you consume, you’ll drop pounds. But too many guys still underestimate how much they eat and overestimate how many calories they burn. Avoid the guesswork and keep a food journal for a week. Count up exactly how many calories you’re averaging. You may be surprised. .

Do Aerobic Exercise

Doing aerobic exercise (cardio) is an excellent way to burn calories and improve your physical and mental health.

It appears to be particularly effective for losing belly fat, the unhealthy fat that tends to build up around your organs and cause metabolic disease

Sweat closer to home

Working out in your own space doesn’t just save time, it’s also easier to fit in if you find yourself with a spare five minutes. Remember – a few minutes is better than no minutes at all.

Do a bit of Tabata and up physical activity by climbing the stairs at work, or standing up in the office for 10 minutes every hour.

It all adds up – and research shows that just 15 minutes a day can add years to your life.

Eat more protein

Of all the foods you eat, the high-protein ones are the most important for losing fat. First, they keep you feeling full, which prevents overeating and needless snacking. Second, they boost your calorie burn throughout the day because protein takes more energy to digest than carbs or fat. Third, when accompanied with weight training, a high-protein diet prevents muscle loss that might otherwise happen when you suddenly cut calories.

Eat more healthy fats

One of the biggest problems with diets is that they rarely work in the long term.

If anything, people who diet tend to gain more weight over time, and studies show that dieting is a consistent predictor of future weight gain .

Instead of going on a diet, aim to become a healthier, happier and fitter person. Focus on nourishing your body instead of depriving it.

Weight loss should then follow naturally.