Discover 5 Alternative ways to lose weight WITHOUT counting calories. The truth is you don’t need to track and control everything you eat to experience weight loss. You can portion control and burn fat in many ways. This video will shine a light on the question of whether calorie counting really is necessary?
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Counting calories sucks! seriously it flat out sucks… it’s time-consuming, exhausting, and simply unsustainable over the long run unless you want to live the rest of your life obsessively weighing out every last one of your meals on a scale. and if you never learn a better way to transition off of constantly having to count calories and macros you’ll be limiting your productivity, your freedom, and even the amount of fun you can have out of life. While it is true that you can learn a lot of the basics and lose some weight just by counting calories, it will typically only provide you a short term solution because very few people actually want to do the math forever, and once you stop doing the math you’ll usually regain the weight. On top of that your math is probably not so accurate most people overestimate the amount of calories they need per day, as well as the ammount they burn through exercise. So if you’re the type of person that enjoys showing up to family parties with your meal prep container in one hand and a gallon of water in the other, or you love asking waitors how many calories are in your salad, or if nothing excites you more than logging every last thing you eat into your favorite calorie tracking app then this video may not be for you, but if you never want to be a slave to a restricitve calorie counting diet again I think you’ll get a lot out of these 5 alternatives that’ll help you burn fat and lose weight without losing your mind in the process. And the first method is one of the simplest if you’re looking for a way to still control your portions without counting calories. It’s known as the plate method, and to set it up all you’ll really need is plate and your imagination. I want you to imagine drawing a line through the plate so that the plate is cut into two halves. Then on the left half draw another line to divide it once again in half. So now on the right side of your plate you should have that bigger space and your going to fill it with non starchy vegetables. this includes things like mushrooms broccoli brussel sprouts cauliflower and asparagus as well as many other options. Then on the left in one of the smaller halves you’re going to add your protein source which could be something like chicken breast, turkey, fish, or eggs. And in the other half you’ll add your carbohydrates which will include grains like brown rice or starchy vegetables like potatoes. Now this isn’t the only way to divide up your plate. If you’re on the keto diet for example you’ll want to swap out the grains and starchy vegetables for healthy sources of fat. but if your goal is to lose weight you definitely want to make sure that half of every one of your plates is filled with vegetables. By sticking to this strategy for every one of your meals that you eat throughout the day you’ll be almost guaranteed to lose weight without having to track your calories. Now with the next method you won’t need any measuring cups, measuring spoons, scales, or even a plate, all you need are your hands. You’ll use your hands to measure how much of each of the three macronutrients, protein, carbs, and fats you should be having in each meal. Your hands are so great for measuring portions sizes because the size of your hands will usually correlate with the size of your body. If you’re a 100 pound woman you’re probably going to have smaller hands than a 200 pound man. So if you’re eating an average of three meals per day you’ll want to have about 1.5 to 2 palms of protein per meal if your a man and about 1 to 1.5 palms if you’re a woman. The palm of protein shuold literally be the size of your hand in length width and thickness without including your fingers. Now don’t go crazy over the exact amount you just want to take half a second to quickly estimate and eye it out. With each meal you’ll also want to eat about 1 to 2 fists of veggies. And for carbs if you’re a man you’ll be want to have about 2 to 4 fists of carbs per day depending on how much you workout, and if you’re a woman you’ll want to shoot for 1 to 2 fists of carbs per day….
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2. ADF is an efficacious dietary method, and may be superior to VLCD for some patients because of ease of compliance, greater fat‐mass loss and relative preservation of fat‐free mass.
But what if your like im not a veggetable kinda guy im more so a meat and potatoes and pizza and fries guy.