What’s in your kitchen?


Eating for fat loss is easy, don’t you agree?

If you consume fewer calories than you spend in a specific time period, you lose weight. Take in more calories than you burn up and you gain
weight, correct?

Not quite!

Although it’s true that your total caloric intake against your caloric
expense is one of the most valuable aspects in whether you gain or lose weight, there are a number of factors that makes this a bit more complicated, such as:

1. Counting calories does NOT work at all!

Nobody can precisely count calories. Controlled research indicates that most people (approximately 75-90%) constantly downplay the amount of the calories that they consumed when they are required to keep track of it.

Let me illustrate to you why counting calories is unreliable and absolutely obsolete (provided that you follow one of the chief points that I’m going to tell you).

2. The type of control that you have for your appetite as well as your craving destroy how most people try to achieve a calorie goal.

If your appetite is out of control and your cravings have a mind of their own, how do you think you can possibly achieve your desired calorie range in order to lose weight? Well, most people can’t, and that is the problem!

There is, however, a trick that you can learn in order to control your appetite, as well as your cravings.

3. Hormonal discrepancies

If you’re consuming the wrong foods without even knowing it, this may be throwing your body’s hormonal balance off its mark and lead you to eat a lot, thereby decreasing your metabolic rate, and paving the way for other problems that can prevent your body from burning up fat efficiently.

If you continue to read on, you’ll see how you can undo these faulty eating habits that are likely causing your body’s hormonal disruptions, and transform your body into a fat-burning entity, just the way it was meant to be.

And don’t try to tell me about the “Food Pyramid.”

The Food Pyramid? You must be JOKING!

The truth is that the food pyramid has led a lot of individuals down the disheartening road of weight gain in the same way as the food companies with their misleading food labels.

What Then, Are These So-Called “Healthy Foods” That Are Causing Your Body to Gain More Fat?

I can’t begin to tell you how many instances I’ve walked into the kitchen of a client that has hired me for nutritional consultation, and most of the time, I’m surprised by what I see.

I look into their refrigerators and kitchen cabinets and see them LADEN with foods that they believe are “healthy” (or have been misled by clever food labels into thinking they are healthy), but in truth are fat-storing snares in disguise.

It’s not surprising to see foods such as:

  • whole grain breads
  • whole grain cereals
  • whole grain crackers
  • soymilk
  • tofu or “veggie burgers”
  • orange juice
  • apple juice
  • skim milk
  • margarine
  • pre-packaged “diet” dinners
  • gator-ade or other sport drinks
  • protein bars
  • overly processed meal replacements
  • rice cakes
  • pasta
  • diet ice cream or diet desserts
  • so-called “energy” drinks
  • low-fat foods
  • low-carb foods
  • soybean oil, corn oil, canola oil
  • etc, etc

I see this pattern again and again with almost every client I meet. Every time I initially look through their cabinets, I see that the foods they were buying consists of those that were mentioned, and were thought to be healthy.

What they don’t know is that it’s these are the ones that are
sabotaging their efforts at weight loss, enhancing their cravings, making
their hormones go awry, and more.

The Easy Solution for Having a Healthy Diet That Enhances Fat Loss

I’m going to prove to you that eating for a lifetime of fat loss doesn’t have to be difficult.

In fact, if you pick the right foods, and discern how they respond to your body, this system is a way for you to instinctively achieve the appropriate calorie level for you, without needing to count calories ever again.

It’s called the Fat Burning Kitchen – Download It Here!


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