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Are Calories Your Enemy?

September 2, 2010

Are Calories Your Enemy?

 

 

 

 

Today I thought I’d kick things off by addressing the

question people who want to lose weight always

get around to asking sooner or later.

Do you really have to count calories?

Let’s look at it this way…calories are like

money.

If you spend money mindlessly, you eventually get

into trouble and get into debt or run out of

savings.

It’s the same with calories.

If you mindlessly eat food without paying any

attention at all to calories you eventually pay a steep

price.

And you know what that is…unwanted fat.

So it’s good to know how many calories are in the

foods you typically eat.

Knowledge is always a good thing.

But does this mean that you have to slavishly

count calories at each meal?

Nope.

Look at our ancestors and the way humans lived up

until 10,000 years or so ago.

Some days they feasted, when the hunting was good.

Other days they barely scraped by with whatever

scraps they could find.

Our bodies are not machines – they are versatile

and can adapt to changing situations.

This is why it’s best to keep your metabolism

on its toes and not eat the same way all the time,

like most diets require that you do.

Otherwise you hit a plateau and can’t lose

weight even on a low calorie diet.

If you’ve been there and are tired of it, I have

good news for you, compliments of fitness model

Belinda Benn:

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Belinda’s Get Lean program is designed with the

understanding that every body is different.

The number of calories that are just right for

your body aren’t the same for someone else’s

body, even if you are the same size.

But we do know that you need calories from

protein, carbs and fat.

A diet that is all about low carbs or high

protein or low fat shortchanges you.

So here is today’s fat loss tip:

Your body needs the right *types* of calories.

It needs them every day.

This is more important than the number of

calories.

The Get Lean program gives you recipes and daily

meal plans that you will work WITH your body,

rather than a one-size fits all diet.

You don’t have to starve yourself.

You don’t have to whip out a calculator.

Calories are no longer your enemy.

Isn’t it time for healthy, lasting weight loss?

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P. S. Would you like to see a change in your body

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