On your fatloss journey, don't forget to stop off for a curry.
Can you lose fat and still enjoy the food you eat? Of course you bloody can!
This weekend, in all honesty, I've had a few too many calories
It's fine though, I take responsibility for that and I don't expect to lose much fat this week.
I'm not overweight, I was but I took care of that.
Now I can happily let my weight fluctuate up and down by a couple of pounds and it's fine.
So...back to the point...
When a person decides they want to lost fat, it's normally followed by a desperate attempt to remove all unwanted fat in a week or two.
Unfortunately, if you want to get 'toned', that won't happen. It doesn't go on quickly in the first place, it's normally weeks, months or years of consuming more calories than the person is expending, then the sudden realisation of being overweight.
It's important to enjoy what you eat, that's what your taste buds are for and no one food makes you fat, the amount of calories consumed Vs the amount of calories burned, essential dictates your fat storage.
I hate fad diets! Any eating plan that isn't sustainable is a fad. Keto, Paleo, the juice diet, you name it, there are loads and people buy into them like it's magic.
Absolutely EVERY diet plan that you lose fat on, HAS to have you in a calorie deficit, it's biologically impossible to consume more calories than you expend and lose fat!
Start by looking at your favourite foods and work out the calories they contain, then for fatloss, eat within a set amount of calories and reduce if you see no results after two weeks.
I could write more but most people won't even read this far!
All the best