These days we are getting a bunch of articles that filled with nutty information.
That is why I have made this post about SCIENTIFIC FACTS, and not just rumors and hearsay.
When it comes does to weight loss there are only a few true, relatively simple but certain “tips” that actually work!
Before we start I would like to ask you this:
- Are you struggling with your diet and exercise?
- Do you see no results for all the hard work?
- Are you unmotivated because of the lack of progress?
I don’t know if you’ve ever heard of Bruce Krahn.
But if there is someone who can help you with your weight then it’s him.
He helped numerous celebrities to get fit in a short amount of time (you know how showbiz works time-time-time=$$$)
He is a professional in his field and appeared on many television shows and prime time news events, for example: Best Health, day time, Toronto Star, etc.
He has a short video presentation that will enlighten you on how you can improve your health, eat without gaining weight, wearing the clothes you want, and never thinking about weight loss again. View the video here.
So here are the conclusions that the years of research have collected and provided the world.
Too Much Dieting or Exercising?
Samuel Klein, MD at Washington University’s School of Medicine. “Decreasing food intake is much more effective than increasing physical activity to achieve weight loss. If you want to achieve a 300 kcal energy deficit you can run in the park for 3 miles or not eat 2 ounces of potato chips.”
Does this mean that exercise is obsolete?
Does it mean I can never exercise again and have a better healthier life?
Of course, both together would be the best way to go.
The thing is if we rely only on dieting or exercising, it often backfires.
We need to find the middle ground and that is where we should stop.
“Dieting” too much but never exercising or “Exercising” too much but eating as much as you want what ever you want, has its consequences.
Our bodies are designed to conduct a healthy BALANCED lifestyle.
“If the exercise made you tired so that you become more sedentary the rest of the day, you might not experience any net negative energy,” says Klein.
- Remember for every action there is a reaction.
- Never go to one extreme to another.
Can Exercise Fix Your Metabolism?
James Hill, PhD, at the University of Colorado “A lot of what we know in this area comes from NASA, of the bed-rest studies,” he says. “Within a couple of days of non-activity, the metabolism becomes inflexible. You start moving again, and it does start to change.”
This is exactly what we were discussing above.
Exercising is a crucial part in the maintenance of your metabolism.
Michael Jensen, MD at the Mayo Clinic. “Exercise is very, very important for maintaining lost weight, and people who are not physically active are more likely to gain weight. We think it’s partly because in the extra calories burned from physical activity, you have a bit more flexibility in food intake, so you’re not so much relying on ridged changes in eating habits; it makes it more tolerable.”
If you have been obese your whole life or a big part of it.
Will you ever be able to fix your “metabolism”?
Some patience have reported that they can eat more without gaining weight, some have reported that it only eat a little more than before, until the metabolism starts to give them a big fat warning.
It all depends on individual level.
But it is proven that exercise can help you recover your metabolism, improve it, and help you stay on the safe side.
Am I going to work harder than other “fit” people?
James Hill, PhD, at the University of Colorado “The sad thing, is that once you’ve been obese or not moving for some time, it takes a little more exercise to maintain. It doesn’t come back to normal.”
I know it’s hard to hear, but this is science, it has no feelings.
But there is something you can do to actually improve on your condition.
Building muscle will help you actually burn more calories and this means you will not be as susceptible to gaining weight.
The good this is now you know what you are up against.
And this means you now know which steps to take to fight fat.
Is there something else that can help improve my journey?
Sure, let’s talk about quality over quantity.
University’s David Katz, MD “the quality of calories is a major determinant of the quantity we ingest under real world conditions.” he says, “where the calories come from does matter in that they influence satiety,”
View it this way, it’s harder to overeat on veggies than on twinkies.
But a calorie still remains a calorie.
It is all about the calorie quality and concentration.
If you feel that you need a helping hand, then I know how to help you.
There are plenty of professionals around.
But which of them would I recommend as someone who actually can help you with your weight problems?
Not many to be honest.
Lots of so called “pros” are good in what they do, but that does not mean it will actually benefit you in any major way.
What you need is a program created for you, your body, your mentality, your lifestyle.
There is someone I have in mind, and that is Bruce Krahn, he has worked his whole life in the Health & Fitness industry.
A very experienced trainer that has worked with hundreds of clients which include celebrities, like Nelly Furtado and Criss Angel, he also has released several books on weight loss and body transformation, and it does not end here.
Bruce appeared on many television shows and prime time news events, for example: Best Health, day time, Toronto Star, etc.
He made an easy to digest short video on how you can improve your health, regain your body back, lose the unwanted body weight and maintain it effortlessly. You can check it out here!