Fastest Way to Lose Weight with your Diet Exercise and Supplements

Yes, you heard of a million different people, work out systems, diets, and supplements all tell you that their method is the full proof way to lose weight. Maybe they are great diets and techniques made to accomplish such a hard task. Well there some reasons why you haven’t seen those quick results that you wish to achieve. Those issues could be thyroid issues, a leaky gut, adrenal fatigue, cellular toxicity, candida, or an overall lack of motivation and time. Here is a lifestyle change that will not only support the earlier listed alignments but is the fastest way to lose weight.

Beware of Metabolism Stoppers

The biggest and most consumed metabolism stopper is processed sugar, which is also known as corn syrup, dextrose, fructose, juice concentrate, maltodextrin, raw sugar and brown sugar. Sugar is the first thing to make you gain weight. Replace processed sugar with natural sweeteners like organic stevia or raw honey. Another stopper is whole grain. Yes I know you think picking the whole grain wheat bread is better for you, that’s a common mistake. Grains contain three things gluten, starch and phytic acid. Gluten produces inflammation, starch converts to sugar quickly, and phytic acid binds to minerals. The best replacement for whole grain is with fruits and vegetables or sprouted grain bread. If your going to use flour then swap over to coconut flour, which is perfect for weight loss. The last metabolism stopper is canola and vegetable oil. These oils cause your body to store unwanted fat and inflammation throughout your body. They create cellular toxicity and are high in calories. Instead of canola or vegetable oil switch over to coconut oil or olive oil.

Eat Fat Burning Foods Daily

Now that you have cleaned up your diet with all those metabolism stoppers now its to eat nutritious foods that boost your metabolism and help burn fat. The first thing to turn up the muscle building and fat burning process is high quality protein. Grass fed beef, organic chicken, free-range eggs, wild caught salmon, grass fed lamb and grass fed venison are some of the best meats that are high in protein. Other than high protein meats; coconut is a great ingredient to add to your meals. Coconut contain MCFA which is medium chain fatty acids which is a type of fat your body burns extremely quick. Adding sprouted seeds like flax seeds, chia seeds and hemp seeds are high in protein and omega-3 fats which help with boost your metabolism. Lastly, nutrient dense vegetables are maybe the most important incorporate. Not only do they support weight lose by being so low in calories but are a large source of vitamins and minerals which support metabolic function and organ function. Best choice of nutrient dense vegetables are leafy greens and cruciferous vegetables like kale, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, asparagus, and carrots.

Burst Training

The traditional cardio and working out is always a good way to lose weight but many people hit plateaus or do see results as quick as they would like to. Try burst training which is intense training for a very short amount of time. For example, your whole workout will only be 15 to 20 minutes long, including several different exercises done for extremely short periods of time, then rest, then a different exercise and rest again. This type of exercise causes a fat burning effect that last up to 36 hours.

Supplements for Fat Loss

Now that you have your diet and exercise down it’s now time to boost your fat loss. That is by adding high quality supplements into your diet. First of all the best supplement to take before or after a workout is grass fed protein powder. Protein is essential for building lean muscle and taking a gram and a half for each pound you weigh is the recommended amount of protein to build lean muscle. Secondly, green superfood powder which contains many nutrients that boost your energy and metabolism. Lastly, fish oil with vitamin D is great to incorporate in your diet because it is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids which reduce inflammation and support your muscles.

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