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The Best Meal Plan To Lose Fat Faster !! less calories

The Best Meal Plan To Lose Fat Faster

if you've watched any of my past nutrition videos or even attempted to doubt of your own then you're probably aware of the notion that at the end of the day for weight loss it's all about calories in versus calories out as long as you're eating at a calorie deficit and ideally having enough protein as well then you're going to successfully

lose weight and strip off at regardless of what and when you eat now while scientifically speaking this is true and it is the basic law of thermodynamics what this simplistic model fails to account for is how the various foods you put into your body actually then go about affecting these two variables because research has shown that while yes at the end of the day calories are what matter most if you want to truly lose fat as efficiently and as quickly as possible then you need to go beyond just calories and instead pay close attention to the types of foods that make up the calories you're ingesting every day and also how you go about adjusting them because that's what makes a little difference and this video I'll go through three swaps that you'll want to make in your diet that accounts for those variables and can enable you to

lose fat faster and then I'll provide you with the sample meal plan that puts all this together for you the first walk you want to make with your diet is to stake them mostly with foods that have been minimally processed so for example foods like oats and multigrain bread as opposed to their refined counterparts such as cereal and white bread that have been stripped of most of their important nutrients and fiber now only are these less processed foods beneficial one dive in in the sense that they generally provide more nutrients and keep us fuller for longer but they also have another unique benefit that has to do

The Best Meal Plan To Lose Fat Faster

with something called the thermic effect  of food which is the amount of calories that a body burns to metabolize and actually use the foods that we ingest and one of the unique fat loss benefits about on processed foods is that in most cases our body burns significantly more calories when digesting unprocessed foods than it does when compared to their process counterparts for instance one study compared the caloric burn required to digest and metabolize two minimally processed sandwiches

consisting of whole-grain bread and real cheddar cheese versus two highly processed sandwiches and instead consisted of white bread and processed cheese although both meals consists of virtually the same amount of total calories and protein the more processed sound which had a 50% lower thermic effect and as a result the body burns significantly less calories digesting it than it did with the whole-grain

sandwiches similarly a six-week randomized controlled trial has subject stick to a diet consisting of either less processed whole-grain foods such as oats brown rice and whole grain bread versus a calorie and macronutrient equated diet consisting a more processed for frying grants instead such a cereal white rice and white bread what they found is that the group that's stuck with whole-grain foods burn on average roughly 100 more calories per day just from digesting and metabolizing their food then the processed food group did and to put this into perspective given that the average person burns roughly 100 calories to jog a mile you'd essentially be doing the equivalent of jogging an extra mile a day just by choosing to incorporate whole-grain less processed foods as opposed to more processed foods for most of your meals and if you crunch the numbers over three months this simple change would theoretically enable you to burn two point five pounds more fat just by making that switch so yes while calories are what matter most and while you definitely will still burn fat despite

eating processed foods as long as you're still in a calorie deficit you can further influence the calories outside of the equation and potentially speed up the fat loss process by simply swapping these foods for whole-grain less processed foods instead and let them do the work for you next let's dive into how you then go about distributing your meals throughout the day because while yes again your total daily calorie intake is what matters most for fat loss it turns out that the manner in which you distribute these calories throughout the day seems to be more important than we previously been led to believe

illustrating this is a recent 2020 paper and another similarly designed 2015 paper that compared the effects of using a more front-heavy distribution approach by allocating more calories to breakfast versus a back-heavy approach by allocating more to dinner instead what the researchers

found is that subjects using the front-heavy approach not only experience significantly less hunger and significantly less cravings for sweets throughout the day but they also experience greater overall energy levels meaning that they were able to adhere to the diet more easily and they likely burn more calories throughout the day from fidgeting walking and just moving more in general because of their increased energy levels and in fact this protocol was also repeated in a long eternal weight loss study which found

that subjects using a front-heavy approach to lost more weight decrease their waist circumference to a greater degree and reported greater hunger control over a period of 12 weeks when compared to a group that used a back heavy approach by simply swapping the breakfast and dinner calories indicating that there does seem to be some indirect fat loss benefits to allocating more calories to your meals early on in the

day and this is something that I personally noticed as well I used to be someone who would save a lot of my calories for my evening meals because I knew that that's when my cravings would really hit but when I instead experimented was shifting more and more calories too early on in the day and I'm out of breakfast I found that not only did my energy levels throughout the day and my gym performance considerably improve but it also just wasn't craving things as much at night because I just wasn't as hungry now obviously this does vary for the individual and may depend on when your workout takes place but regardless I would highly suggest even

if your intermittent fasting for example to at least experiment with just shifting more and more of your calories to your first meals of the day as this does seem to have some unique benefits in terms of enabling you to control your cravings to burn more calories and potentially create greater fallas results in the long run as a result as a last swap is something I've covered in my past videos and it's to not only choose mostly unprocessed foods to include in your diet but you want to also choose the ones that are highly satiating and proven to do the best job at suppressing your appetite as this will enable you to better adhere to your diet and minimize any excess snacking you may be doing throughout the day that's sabotaging your calorie deficit and based on the findings from the satiety index which examined the facts of 38 different common foods I'm hungry levels we can clearly see that on

a calorie for calorie comparison some options are just better than others when it comes to controlling your appetite for example even with calories equated for simply swapping whole-grain bread for oats instead will provide a 25% greater effect on suppressing your hunger and similarly swapping brown rice for whole-grain pasta or boiled potatoes instead will provide a 30 percent or 60 percent boost and satiation respectively so what I'd suggest is look over the index and experimentally swapping some

of these more satiating foods into your diet and just see how your body and appetite responds and to put everything together for you let's go through a sample meal plan that not only incorporates these various tips for you but also tastes great I'll use roughly 2,100 calories for this meal plan but keep in mind that you want to adjust the portion sizes based on what's needed for  you to be at a calorie deficit this is gonna vary for everyone so to start we'll be allocating most of the calories towards breakfast with protein pancakes made completely of highly satiated minimally processed foods for these first blend the oats to make an oat flour and then you want to add the rest of the ingredients into blend then simply cook them over a pan

and top them with peanut butter sugar-free syrup sauteed apples or whatever you prefer for lunch we'll be tapering down the calories slightly but still sticking with satiating unprocessed foods with baked salmon boiled potatoes and a side of sauteed asparagus then to keep it going until dinner you can have an orange I can even plant in a protein as well as depending on when your work it is and then for dinner will continue tapering down the calories slightly with baked chicken breasts and a side of veggies roasted in olive oil

then after dinner to help satisfy whatever sweet cravings may have popped up we'll make a simple high-protein Greek yogurt parfait consisting of zero percent fat plain Greek yogurt mixed in with cinnamon and stevia for sweetness and then topped with frozen mixed berries and a tablespoon of chia seeds super easy to make it extremely satisfying so hopefully that meal plan gives you a little more insight into how you can start planning your meals based on what I went through while still keeping everything tasty and satisfying and just keep in mind that although some of the swaps I mentioned here can definitely help speed up the fat loss process just know that at the end of the day adhering

to a calorie deficit is what's most important so experiment with your diet and stick to what you find works best for you and your lifestyle and for an all-in-one step by step program that not only optimizes your weekly workouts for you but also shows you how to structure and set up your diet with the right foods and in the right amounts that you can burn fat as efficiently and as easily as possible with science and simply head on over to built with science comm and take the analysis quiz to discover which program is best for you and where your body is currently at anyways guys that is it for today thank you so much for watching hope you're all doing well please don't forget to show your support by giving the video a like


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