How to Burn Fat While You Sleep
Are you sick and tired of trying all those miracle diets that are bombarding the air waves and internet? A number of people today just don’t seem to get it when comes to weight loss. For every bottle of secret weight loss tonic marketed today that people try, they quickly become dissatisfied and move on to another. Today’s “Wonder Diets” simply vanish only to make room for another to be sold. It’s just a matter of time when the same formula will re-appear with a different name
Doctor Simone French a professor of epidemiology says the premise of losing weight is simple: “Energy in equal’s energy out.” As you can see this concept is easy to understand. If you take in more energy than you expend, you gain weight. If you take in less energy than you expend then you lose weight. In other words your calorie intake must be less than the number of calories you burn.
What you eat is just as important as how much you eat.
The first step to weight loss is to watch your fat intake. One gram of fat contains nine calories while one gram of protein contains only 4 calories. For example a raw carrot contains only 31 calories while a similar serving size of your favorite carrot cake contains 314 calories.
Fat has a tendency to hang around compared to crabs and protein. That is why watching your fat intake is paramount. In the process of storing fat your body burns only 3% of fat calories while in contrast it burns 23% carbohydrates calories prior to storage Health experts maintain that you should limit your fat intake to be no more than 25% of calories. If your goal is to lose weight then limit your fat intake to 20%. The sure fire way to effectively shed pounds is to simply seek out food you like with less fat.