Part 1 – Plan For Fat Reduction
Instead of just being focused on weight loss, focus on reducing the percentage of fat you are carrying on your body. The bad news is that reducing body fat means reducing your food intake. Why? Consuming fewer calories (caloric deficit of at least 500 calories per day) will cause your body to metabolize it’s own fat reserves. Your reserves will then be used for essential body functions, daily activity and exercise and you lose weight
Beware of low fat products. A large percentage of low or no fat products actually contain a lot of sugar to make them more palatable. Read the labels and avoid high sugar, highly processed, foods with lots of chemical names and numbers. You need to eat real foods, not chemicals which increase your toxin load, even if they supposed to be “safe”.
The good news is that adding natural whole foods like fresh fruits and vegetables to your diet is a natural, low fat of way reducing your overall calorie intake. Plus you also increase your fiber intake which is good for your digestive system.