Continue To “Say No!” To Diets That Burn Fat- Part 2 | UNLEASHED THE FAT BURNING WORKOUT FURY 

Friday, November 5, 2010

Continue To “Say No!” To Diets That Burn Fat- Part 2

In part one of this article, I discussed how avoiding a fad diet is one of the best things you can do for your long term health and fitness success, especially if you want to burn fat.  In this part, you will see how you can start to transition from your current lifestyle to one that translates into creating a lean, strong body and long lasting health.

A healthy balance of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in your diet is essential to keep your metabolism firing on all cylinders and constantly burning fat.  Complex Carbs (whole grains, breads, cereals, etc.) are vital to maintaining your energy level throughout the day and do a host of other things within your body including keeping you feeling full.  Fruits because of their high fiber content and slow absorption into the blood stream keep our insulin level in check.  This is important for less fat storage and an increased chance of burning stored fat.

Simple carbs or sugars (candy, soda pop, white processed baked goods, etc) are to be avoided like the plague and kept to a minimum.  These foods provide little nutritional value.  In fact, insulin which regulates the blood sugar level will take the excess sugar and store it as fat.  The best way to avoid this is by eating sensible amounts of complex carbohydrates instead.

Proteins (lean meats, fish, poultry, soy, beans and legumes, etc.) are the building blocks of the body.  They are essential for building lean muscles important to maintaining the cellular structures and vital if you want to burn fat fast .                                  
When choosing your protein source include a balance of animal and plant based protein. Plant based proteins contain more fiber essential in your ability to burn fat.  Include properly performed resistance exercises from the Fat Burning Furnace to burn fat and to foster lean muscle growth.   

Fats (found in many proteins, nuts, oils, etc.) are essential to maintain certain bodily processes like hair, nail, and skin regeneration.  If you focus on lean protein choices in your meals, including small amounts of healthy oils, nuts, and seeds in your diet, you will get your required intake of fat..

Eating smaller more frequent meals throughout the day is the fastest way to fat loss.  It fires up your metabolism.  Every time you eat the metabolism kicks it up a notch.  Try and eat 5-6 smaller meals per day about 3 hours apart.   Include as many green veggies as you can eat.  They are super low in calories and provide vitamins, minerals, enzymes and more fiber to aid in digestion.  Remember, focus on nutrient rich foods and you’ll find that burning fat and getting healthy will seem like a natural.

Eating to have a lean, strong, and healthy body isn’t so difficult.  You do not have to eliminate essential foods like complex carbohydrates from your diet. Focus on foods your body craves naturally instead. The rest of the details will be easy to implement into your lifestyle.  Soon you will start to burn fat faster and be well on the road to a have that healthier, sexier and slimmer bikini body.

If you have enjoyed reading this post and still have questions about fat burning diets, or want to start a fat burning workout routine that works the Fat Burning Furnace is a good resource.  You can check can Check It Out Here!


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