The Best Science Based Diets For Rapid Fat Loss (Meals + Calories)

By Josiah Novak

When it comes to dieting, losing weight, and fat loss there is no “best diet for any of these. But there are The Best Science-Based Diets For Fat Loss. Today at True Transformation, we are going to walk you through the four things you need to know when it comes to the best diets for rapid fat loss. Scientifically speaking of course!

The most important thing when dieting is being able to wake up every day knowing your diet works great for you. Too many people start diets that are impossible to maintain, and they quickly lose and give up entirely. Here is a key tip for all dieters: Do NOT follow a diet plan just because someone else said it worked for them. Everybody is different both physically and mentally. What works great for one persons body might not work at all for another person. Included in this video are four key tips everyone needs to know about fat loss using scientific methods. If you follow these four tips, you will lose weight, lose fat, get healthy, and not hate your diet! Let’s get started.

Tip #1: Make sure your nutrition plan is based around foods you enjoy. This is important. If you are trying to eat spinach every day and you don’t like spinach… your diet will fail faster than you can count to ten. Make sure to find foods that are going to work for you.

Tip #2: Calories Are King. Whether you are doing the keto diet, the paleo diet, the McDonalds diet or any other diet, doesn’t matter, the key is How many calories are you taking in vs how many are you burning? To lose fat, and have rapid weight loss you need to burn more calories than you take in. Simple as that. A great starting point to identify how many calories you need to eat is to start with your ideal weight and then multiply that number by 12. If you want to weight 200 pounds, you need to aim to eat approximately 2400 calories per day. Over the course of a week, that means you can eat roughly 17,000 calories. And over the course of a full month (30 days), this means you can eat around 72,000 calories. It doesn’t need to be any more complicated than this.

Tip #3: Eat Protein. Protein is the most vital nutrient for the body as it helps your body to maintain muscle which makes you look and feel good. And the more muscle you have the better your metabolism is going to be. Which means better fat loss. In addition to those benefits, protein makes you feel full. We call that satiation in the fitness world. By feeling full, you don’t go through periods of unnecessary eating. This is important as snacking all day is the downfall of any diet. And if you aren’t getting enough protein, you won’t feel full and you will snack. One gram of protein is around four calories. Aim to eat around one gram of protein per goal body weight. If you want to weigh 200 pounds, 200 grams of protein is a good place to start. This would mean eating roughly 800 calories of protein each day.

Tip #4: Don’t stress out over meal frequency! Many diets out there will have you believe that you need to eat every few hours for it to be effective. This simply is not true. A better plan is to spread your meals out further and eat bigger meals. The most important factor when it comes to fat loss is this: total calories plus protein and getting in vital nutrients.

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