So you want to loose body fat and increase muscle, tone up and get some definition…right?
You have read about how some foods are good for you and some foods bad. The only way to loose weight is to cut out the “bad foods” from your diet.
Chicken & rice= good!
Ice cream & waffle= bad.
I still believe eating clean is best for the body, but not necessarily for the brain.
Many of my clients just love their snacks and treats. When their favourite foods isn’t in the diet plan they feel like they need “cheat days”. With a flexible diet you never need to feel you miss out of any foods.[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="2000"] 4 weeks on flexible dieting[/caption]
Rathet than just calorie count, flexible dieting tracks macronutrients (xx grams of protein, xx g fat, xx g carbs/day = xxxx calories ). This influence the body composition more effectively.
When food enters your stomach your body doesn’t know if it’s good or bad food?” it is simply breaking down the food and processing the macronutrients.
You can basically eat whatever you want as long as it within your macros. Therefore it is very important to logg all food you eat during the day to keep track. There is many “calorie counting apps” for your smartphone that will help you logg the food properly.
This diet could be difficult for some people and I wouldn’t recommend it for everyone. It is really important to know your macros in order to get it right.[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Body composition scan[/caption]
When doing my body composition scan in October I had 10.8% body fat but 4 weeks later after starting my flexible dieting I had only 8.4% body fat. I have lost a total of 2kg in bodyfat in 4 weeks.
About 60% of my fat was stored in my trunk but 4 weeks later that number have dropped to about 40%.
Knowing my macros I have still fed my muscles what they need for not loosing them. I have gained 500g of muscle in 4 weeks.
It’s interesting and fun to se how the body reacts to different diets.
If you want to get help to start your flexible diet don’t hesitate to contact me… I’ll help you.