There are 3 very important things to keep in mind if you are trying to lose weight:
1."You can't outrun your fork":
This means that you can't exercise away an excessive, high calorie, high carbohydrate diet. Running a marathon burns about 2500 calories (~10,400 kJ), but there can be 3000 calories (~12,500 kJ) in a large cheese pizza alone! We have many dieters who arrive overweight for our program who also have a history of daily exercise!
2. Is that food actually healthy? Lots of foods have both good and bad components. For example, pasta is a high carbohydrate food, which makes your body release excess insulin (many people have heard that large amounts of pasta are not good for you). But many fruits are also high in carbohydrates, similar to pasta. Does this mean that all fruits are bad for you? No, but frequent, high carb fruits are not the best idea if you are trying to lose weight.
We can show you exactly which ones are best and when to eat them.
3. Are you losing body fat or lean muscle? Many of the fad diets out there are gimmicks which can cause you to gain weight in the long run. Lots of crash diets/fad diets cause your body to sacrifice your lean muscle mass as you lose weight. Sometimes the weight lost on a crash diet is half muscle and half body fat! So when you put that weight back on after the crash diet is over, you will be putting mostly fat back on, not muscle.
It is much better to preserve your precious lean muscle mass, and we will show you exactly how to do that.
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