Is it possible? Yes, if you have the right information.
Most people think I need to exercise more and eat less calories because one pound of fat is 3500 calories. If I just take the total calories it takes to run my body for example the average 1,900 calories. I eat less than that and I burn off extra calories. The problem solved I lose the weight.
People have been advised to do the following:
- Do not skip breakfast
- Eat regular meals
- Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables.
- Walk more and get more steps.
- Drink more water.
- Consume higher fiber foods.
- Use a smaller plate
- Don’t ban any specific food
- Eat everything in moderation
Here’s the big problem:
You have two types of stored fuel: stored sugar as glycogen and stored fat.
The amount of stored sugar an average person has is about 1,700 calories, not a lot.
The person who’s not overweight is carrying about 100,000 calories of fat on their body.
So the real question is how to burn more fat calories. The goal is not to burn off your sugar reserves and then get really, really hungry for carbohydrates and not tapping into the fat.
Eating everything in moderation will only cause you to burn off your sugar but it will not cause you to tap into your fat reserves. If we want to focus on tapping into the fat, we must not treat all the types of calories the same.
Certain calories we can have more, certain ones we can do less and some we can do moderation. Please see the KETO Food Pyramid below.
Eat protein in moderation.
How Much Protein Do You Need In Nutritional Ketosis? To find out please read my Blog https://2healthyhabits.wordpress.com/2018/11/09/how-much-protein-do-you-need-in-nutritional-ketosis/
For the carbs we need to reduce that because if you want to maximize your fat burning and tap into only fat the way to do that is simply to bring your carbs as close to zero as possible. In the range of 0 to 20 carbs per day is where you going to start seeing some good results.
When you eat more carbs, you reduce your body’s ability to tap into your fat fuel. As you feed your body less and less carbs your metabolism actually speeds up because you actually heal a condition called insulin resistance, which is behind a slow metabolism.
Weight loss from exercise is only about 15%, but 85% is diet.
How do you lose weight without reducing your calories?
For example, you’re consuming 1,950 calories per day, which is 3 meals, so each meal would be about 650 calories, minus snacks.
Start by reducing the frequency of meals. Skip your breakfast but we take those calories and we put them into a lunch and a dinner. With only two meals you will start to lose more weight. Why?Because every time you eat you trigger insulin and that’s what converts into fat so the longer the fast, the less insulin and more weight loss. So you go from 3 meals a day down to 2 meals keep your total calories at 1950.
Then take it to the next level because if you’re doing two meals a day with no snacks and you’re fasting your hunger is going to go way down.
The rule of thumb is you don’t eat unless you are hungry, which means that you’re going to be able to have one meal a day and not have to eat breakfast or lunch giving you a total of about 23 hours of fasting and this is without cutting your calories down. If you kept the same amount of calories as three meals you would lose a lot more weight.
Once you have achieved your natural weight you can go back to two meals a day.
You are actually burning your own fat reserve when you’re fasting. You’re not starvingyou you’re eating or burning your own fat so for you to sit down and have a meal that is 1950 calories, it is difficult to consume that but you could. What most people end up doing is eating less calories not because they’re trying to lose weight just because they’re having a hard time digesting it.
When you’re eating less the need for nutrients goes down because your body is in a recycle mode so you’re recycling more than nutrients.
This is how you burn more fat calories without eating less and without exercising. You reduce the frequency of eating keep your calories the same but just make sure you’re reducing certain calories but not others go ahead and try this and see for yourself.
This post has been condensed from Dr. Berg’s post, How to Burn More Calories Without Exercise or Eating Less https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9nqxSn4qrk&list=PLjEkV6FuJCnZSv1Zj7r5PgVtV9j6VpdPz&index=9&t=0s
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