34 WAYS FOR YOU TO BURN STUBBORN BODY FAT

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Try these great ways to get rid of that stubborn fat!

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Eat less … lose weight?!? Here’s the other stuff you can do to get leaner.

1) Donโ€™t diet to extremes. Reducing calories by 15-20% a day will almost exclusively

burn fat while larger cuts in calories will burn a combo of muscle tissue and fat.

Muscle drives the metabolism โ€“ calorie burning. If youโ€™re currently eating 3000 calories,

reduce to 2400-2550, but do so according to smart guidelines like those laid out in

The Living Health Weight Loss Audio.

2) Graze all day. Professional athletes and models eat all day long yet keep their total

calories under control. The grazing method, 5-6 small meals, elevates the metabolism.

Each time you eat, the metabolism increases, and over a 6-10 week period, that increase

can parlay into another 2-3 pounds of fat loss.

3) Increase Protein. Carbs, protein and fat โ€“ are equal in their efficiency to be stored

as body fat, but protein exerts a greater metabolic boosting effect than carbs or dietary

fat. When calories drop, protein saves muscle which helps keep the metabolism elevated.

Aim for 1.2 grams per pound of bodyweight daily.

4) Play with Carbs. Carbs help retain metabolic boosting muscle yet they can stimulate

fat storage. Following a modified low carb diet โ€“ staggering your carbohydrate intake is

one of the most effective ways to jump start your
metabolism and to burn stubborn fat fast (as outlined in Maximize Your Metabolism and

the Living Health Audio Program.)

5) Go Backward. One reason fat loss comes to a halt; the body downgrades its metabolism

to meet its dwindling intake of calories. The solution: dramatically increase your calorie

intake once every 2-3 weeks. The one day splurge โ€œre-setsโ€ the metabolism by restoring

thyroid levels, the calorie burning hormone that declines with dieting.

6) Skip the Late Night Carbs. Carbs eaten before bedtime are more likely to be stored as

body fat so focus on lean proteins and fiber based vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower and

salad fixings. The lone exception: if you train late at night and your goal is to build muscle

mass, youโ€™ll need the carbs to replenish glycogen and support growth.

7) Go Fish. When calories are controlled, the inclusion of omega-3 fatty acids found in

salmon, trout and sardines may promote speedier fat loss. One study revealed dieters

who ate fish on a daily basis lost more weight than those who ate fish just once a

week (Am Journ Clin Nutr 70:817-825, 1999)

8) Go Spicy. Red peppers, the spicy ingredient in Mexican and Indian dishes contains

Capsaicin which can increase the metabolic rate by effecting the Sympathetic Branch

of the Nervous system. Spiking your chicken dishes with red might be a small benefit

or you can gulp 5 to 10 encapsulated grams of Capsaicin from your local health food s

tore. (Journal of Nutrition 116:1272-1278, 1986.)

9) Donโ€™t Be Cardio Crazy! Radically reducing calories slows the metabolism short

circuiting fat loss. Same is true with radical caloric expenditure. You know: 2 cardio

sessions a day. Excess cardio slows the metabolism, promotes a loss in muscle and

even can lower testosterone levels. For real results, stick to 4-6 sessions a week, 30 โ€“ 45

minutes at a clip and maintain a high level of intensity.

10) Separate Cardio From Weight Training. What happens when you do cardio first

and follow it up with weight training? You donโ€™t build as much muscle density. How

bout cardio after training? You risk overtraining and the negative hormonal milieu that

can stifle the metabolic rate. The best scenario; hit the cardio in the morning โ€“ on an

empty stomach โ€“ get in a few meals and return to the gym later in the day to build

muscle density.

11) Serotonin Control. Serotonin is a brain chemical that helps controls hunger. Guess

what? It can take a nose dive with dieting. ( R.J. Wurtman and J.J. Wurtman, โ€œBrain serotonin,

carbohydrate-craving, obesity, and depression.โ€ Advances in Experimental Medicine and

Biology 398 (1996): 35-41.) One way to prevent a drop; smaller, more frequent meals.

12) Garlic Chicken! Mother Earthโ€™s flavor enhancer stimulates adrenaline and uncoupling

proteins (UCP). Adrenaline triggers fat breakdown and UCP, located in metabolically active

โ€œbrown fatโ€, increase calorie burning. Garlic also controls cortisol levels which can supports

muscle retention while dieting. For best results use fresh raw garlic in your salads or on

your other meals, but if you can’t handle raw garlic then use fresh bulbs in you cooking

or give supplements a try. (Oi Y, et al., Allyl-containing sulfides in garlic increase

uncoupling protein content in brown adipose tissue, and noradenaline and adrenaline

secretion in rats. J Nutr 129:336-342,1999.) (Wang HX, Et al., Natural products with

hypoglycemic, hypotensive, hypocholesterolemic, antiatherosclerotic and antithrombotic a

ctivities. Life Sci 65:2663-2677,1999.)

13) Sip Green Tea. Green tea contains caffeine and polyphenols called epilgallocatechin

gallate which have been shown to increase calorie burning. These special calorie burning

compounds help burn an extra 100 or-so calories a day, about equal to a brisk walk. I

n maximizing fat loss, every calorie counts. (Dullo, A.G., et al., Efficiency of a green tea

extract rich in catechin polyphenols and caffeine in increasing 24-h energy expenditure and

fat oxidation in humans. Am J Clin Nutr, 1999. 70(6):p.1040-5.)

14) Fat? Yes Fat! To rip up, you have to eat fewer carbs, but on occasion โ€“ say once a week –

you can add a little healthy fat, 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil, some red meat, walnuts or

cashews. The reason? Dietary fat can make the body more effective in using and burning

fat โ€“ as long as calories and carbs remain under control. (Thomas CD et al. Nutrient Balance

and Energy Expenditure During the Ad Libitum Feeding of High Fat and High Carbohydrate

Diets in Humans. Am J Clin Nutr 1992;55:934)

15) Thyroid Support. Irony of Ironies. When you eat less and try to dump body fat, a lot of

times the metabolism adapts and burns quite a bit fewer calories. One way to get around

the slowdown is with phosphates. A combo of 537 mgs of calcium phosphate, 107 mgs of

potassium phosphate and 25 mgs of sodium phosphate given to strict dieters yielded a 1

2-19% more elevated metabolism than dieters who did not use phosphates.

16) Write It Down. This one seems simple, but itโ€™s one of the most overlooked tips in shedding

fat. Dieters who record what they eat, meal by meal, day by day, not only make better choices,

but cheat less and eat fewer total calories. Writing it down โ€œkeeps you honestโ€ and is a tool for

reminding you that getting lean is a day by day process.

18 Ways To Lose Weight Without Going On A Diet

To lose one pound of body weight in a week, a person must consume about 500

fewer calories than he or she burns each day. Here are 18 ways to lose weight without

going on a diet.

1. Instead of drinking orange juice at breakfast, eat a whole orange. You’ll save about

45 calories.

2. Make your breakfast omelette with four egg whites plus 1/4 cup egg substitute.

Replace regular bacon with Canadian bacon to save even more calories.

3. Switch from whole milk to nonfat or …

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To lose one pound of body weight in a week, a person must consume about 500

fewer calories than he or she burns each day. Here are 18 ways to lose weight without

going on a diet.

1. Instead of drinking orange juice at breakfast, eat a whole orange. You’ll save about

45 calories.

2. Make your breakfast omelette with four egg whites plus 1/4 cup egg substitute.

Replace regular bacon with Canadian bacon to save even more calories.

3. Switch from whole milk to nonfat or lowfat milk. Use sugar substitute instead of sugar

in your morning coffee or latte.

4. At lunch, use mustard instead of mayonnaise on your sandwich to save 100 calories

(per tablespoon) . Eliminate the cheese and save 100 more calories.

5. Instead of a Big Mac and large fries, go for a plain hamburger and a small french

fry and save a whopping 590 calories!

6. Don’t eat potato chips at snack time. Have an apple instead for less calories plus the

added benefit of more fiber.

7. Substitute diet cola or iced tea for your usual soda. You’ll save 150-200 calories per drink.

8. Eat every two to three hours with smaller portions. Don’t skip breakfast! Eating small

, frequent meals keeps blood glucose levels stable and minimizes the impulse to overeat.

9. Eat more healthy snacks like dried fruits and nuts, fresh fruits, cut up veggies or yogurt.

10. Substitute whole grain foods for white bread, rice and cereals. You will not only cut fat

and calories, but whole grains have been proven to reduce the risk of colon cancer by

increasing the fiber that your body needs.

11. Saute meat, chicken and vegetables in broth instead of butter. And speaking of butter:

replace it with nonfat sour cream on baked potatoes.

12. Instead of Caesar salad, substitute a dinner salad with nonfat salad dressing.

13. Do you love pasta? Have spaghetti with marinara sauce instead of fettuccini with Alfredo

sauce. You’ll save at least 500 calories!

14. When you’re going out with friends, watch your alcohol intake. Instead of using Coke

or Seven-Up with your drinks, choose tonic water or seltzer.

15. Restaurants are notorious for their huge serving sizes. Eat only half of your dinner and

save the rest for lunch tomorrow. Or simply share the meal with a friend.

16. Get moving. Walk to the store instead of driving. Walking is the best exercise you can

do to lose weight.

17. Get more walking time by replacing coffee breaks with exercise breaks. Also use half

of your lunch break to take a brisk walk with a co-worker.

18. Swim, swim, swim. By swimming for just an hour you can burn 500 calories. You’ll also

end up with a firmer, more toned body.

You don’t have to go on a strict diet to lose weight. Change to more sensible eating habits

and start moving your body by walking, swimming or bicycle riding. You’ll be rewarded

by good health and a fit body.

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