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Discover the 8 Best Meal Plan Hacks for faster fat loss and weight loss. By following these diet planning tips you'll be able to burn fat, lose inches of belly fat, and stay lean. Learn everything you need to know about how to meal prep in a way that speeds up fat loss. This strategy will teach you how to find the ideal fat burning foods and how to incorporate them into your diet in a way in which you get faster results.
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Everyone wants to burn fat faster. That's why billions of dollars have been generated promoting fat burning supplements like metabolic boosters, carb blockers, and raspberry ketones as well as all kinds of magical creams, potions, and powders, that have claimed to enhance fat loss. However, the truth is that without changing your diet and your daily habits none of these products will work. Instead, there are some very simple changes that you can make starting today that can significantly help you speed up the fat loss process without wasting money on useless and many times unhealthy fat burning supplements. So today I want to give you guys 8 simple meal planning tips that'll help you lose fat faster. And the first tip is to start carb cycling. Now carb cycling is a powerful dieting method that is still used by many bodybuilders and fitness models to get really lean and defined, but even though it works great for some people and can even help certain individuals burn fat faster you should make sure that it's something that'll fit well with you and your preferences. It involves planned spikes and drops in your daily carbohydrate intake. Even though there are many ways to cycle your carbs for the most part most plans will include a higher carb day, a lower carb day, and maybe even a no-carb day. Typically on your high carb days, you would have anywhere from 2 to 2.5 grams of carbs for every pound you weigh. Then on your low carb days, you would have around 1 gram of carbs for every pound you weigh. And finally, on your no carb day, you would do your best to have as close to zero carbs as possible or you could take a little more of a forgiving approach where you would simply ensure that you're not exceeding 50 grams of carbs for the day. Each of these days would provide certain benefits, for example, your high carb days would help replenish your glycogen stores allowing you to lift heavier and perform better at your workouts which could ultimately help you preserve more muscle mass as you get leaner. to take full advantage of your higher carb days you would want to position them on your heavy high-intensity workout days because that'll allow you to maximize protein synthesis when you need it most. high carb days will also positively affect many of the metabolic boosting and muscle building hormones like testosterone for example. meanwhile, on the lower carb days and the no-carb days, you'll be burning more fat since less glycogen will be available for energy. Now as you diet for longer you would slowly add on more low and no carb days to continue burning fat as you lose weight and your metabolism adapts. so originally you might just start by switching from high to low every other day. then you'll add in a no-carb day, so it'll be high, low, no, and repeat. then 2 weeks later you might bump it up to high, low, low, no. and 2 weeks after that to high, no, low, no. continuously adding in more low and no carb days will help you burn fat faster, but keep in mind if you don't balance your calories properly throughout the week…so if for example, you eat an insane amount of carbs on your high carb days you can wind up slowing fat loss instead of speeding it up, so remember that. and that's why the second tip is to constantly re-evaluate your calorie deficit. all too often people will start a diet plan and see the first 5 pounds fly off the scale and they'll feel great, only to discover that a few weeks in, they're not losing any more weight at all. This is because yes you do typically lose more weight in the beginning, but it's also because the diet plan that you created 3 weeks ago may no longer even put you into a calorie deficit a few weeks later, especially if you lose a lot of weight in the beginning. you have to understand that if you use a macro calculator like the one on my website and you plugin 200 pounds versus 190 pounds it'll give you two completely different diet recommendations for how many calories, carbs, fat,s and proteins you should be eating per day to burn fat. That's because losing even 5 or 10 pounds will wind up costing your body significantly fewer calories as you go about your day. imagine how much extra calories you would burn if you carried a 10-pound dumbbell everywhere you went.