The Best Meal Plan To Lose Fat Faster (TRY THIS!) For Amazing Recipes including the chicken fajitas from my Lazy Kitchen Cookbook: 🤍rschef.com/recipes?sl=youtube To lose fat? There is no way around it. You've got to dial in your diet according to your goals! Here are 4 key tips to help you dial in your meal plan to help you reach your goals faster. And I'll even share what a typical day of eating looks like for me, both my meals and macros! My proven method on how to lose bodyfat and keep it off forever without feeling miserable: 🤍rsformula.com/optin1592270781900?sl=youtube 00:00 - Intro 00:32 - The Fake Secret 01:38 - Fat Loss Tip #1 02:37 - Fat Loss Tip #2 03:21 - Fat Loss Tip #3 04:17 - Fat Loss Tip #4 05:20 - Macros and Calories for Fat Loss 06:20 - Meal Timing 06:58 - Pre Workout 07:31 - Meal #1 - Post workout 08:05 - Meal #2- Lunch 08:43 - Meal #3 - Dinner 09:32 - Meal #4 - Dessert 10:16 - Day End Calories and Macros Sources: 🤍academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/103/3/738/4564609 🤍🤍apa.org/pubs/journals/releases/bul1273325.pdf 🤍pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28409508/ 🤍pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537195/ 🤍🤍ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30629046 🤍pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30335479/ 🤍pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7369170/ 🤍pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16076989/ 🤍🤍ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6142015/ 🤍🤍ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6642616/
Thank you for sharing. Btw I recognize that Bear Flag . Is that the one in Newport Cove?
Plain yogurt with some additions is not what most people are adding to their meals for dessert! (I didn't't call that dessert while I was losing and during these past 10 years of maintenance, but I often had something similar at lunch or dinner.) At age 67, traditional dessert as such no longer fit at all into my plan. My appetite has declined; it makes no sense to expend any calories on it, so I left them behind. I am surprised how I don't miss them. Now, I don't count the dark chocolate I have nearly daily, as I "make" it myself using 100% cacao chips and stevia, erythritol, or allulose. I limited myself to no more than 10 grams of added sugar a day at the beginning of 2020. Deprivation is not about not having stuff; it's about not perceiving a higher payoff. But I had already cut way back for a few years, similarly because it just gave less and less pleasure. Honestly, I wish I had done it earlier. Those of you who like this idea of planning in dessert , I hope you are also doing strength work because one of the ways the body keeps toxic levels of glucose down-yes, glucose at higher levels is toxic, which is why the body tries to clear it as fast as it can- is tucking it into muscles TO BE USED LATER. (You have to give the body a chance to get it out by eating less somehow.) Otherwise, like me who lost around 40 lbs. in my late 50's while still planning for sweets, you could be wearing systems down, too, without knowing it. Weight loss alone may not protect you, esp. as you age. I can no longer eat most starches, even high fiber ones, without sending glucose into prediabetic or even diabetic range, even at mid-normal BMI. Same for most fruits, even sometimes with too much vegetable, believe it or not. Very shocking and demoralizing after years of several cups a day of raw and cooked veggies. I miss the chickpeas, other legumes, and occasional 2 oz. of pasta and bread way more than sweets. And I can't help but think that planing in for low nutrient foods contributed to my present problems, even though I still lost weight (slowly) eating them. If you are over 60, I recommend investing in a glucose monitor and strips. Pricking your finger a few times a day is way less painful than amputation or other problems. Besides the changes I made to my eating in 2010, I feel using the monitor to guide my food choices and meal times is the best decision I have made. It's gotten me to exercise when other motivations did not! I'm here because I want to find out if targeting strength will help my body get back some of its glucose control when eating carbs. Nobody's book can tell me what my body is doing.
I am in perimenopause and my metabolism has slowed, would these high carbs still apply to me? Thank you.
The way she broke this down I finally get it 🏾👏🏽
this is informative but the ratios here or the calories number given here (1600-1700) does not work for every body. I started a diet with that amount of calories including the macro ratios as is given here and in a month I gained two pounds of body fat. I wanted to loose, not to gain fat. Now, I am down to 1320 calories, and I can see results. I think it all depends on several factors including your current weight , height, age, and activity level. I do strength training 4 times a week (heavy intense lifting) and when I cut down the calories planned according to the other factors then I started to see results. As a general rule this info is helpful but honestly a personalized plan is what is gonna cut it
But what if I know nothing about macros and don’t know how to find what mine should be?
Cori, Can you tell me what kind of air fryer you use?
What macro app do you recommend?
So you don’t eat before you work out? What about pre workout protein ? Where can I get the lazy kitchen cook book ?
Eating less never worked for me longterm I just regained weight - I eat all damn day but HEALTHY and I’m leaner than I’ve ever been
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Why keep doing all that trouble to lose weight just eat different things and take alot of walks not every thing works
Hi maam i m frm 🇮🇳india .i m overweight how to start running if I run for long time i get knee pain. Pls guide.
Great video; I upped my protein after always feeling hungry.
Thank you 🙏 this is very helpful!!!
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Great body, and I truly like how you act! I like what you mention about FIRST adjusting macros during a period of time BEFORE starting to cut calories. On the other hand, I´ve found that a little more extreme calorie deficit motivates me the most and stay on the diet. Another thing which works for me is having one day a week (usually Saturdays) when I "indulge" a bit while watching a night movie, also my will stays stronger that way. Finally, I´ve found that preparing all week´s meals is much more advantageous, easier and faster for me that having "variety" and wasting time cooking and looking for obscure ingredients in the supermarket. I like eating simple and straightforward and then just go out to a restaurant 1 time a week when I feel I need something different and yes, I´m going to check your book right now!
What about matcha for energy