Guaranteed Way to Lose Weight

Eat less

This might sound too simple, but it is really that easy. Eating less is the only way that you will be able to lose weight. Restrict your calorie intake. If you find it difficult to eat smaller portions, try intermittent fasting.

Intermittent Fasting

This is where you have a fast window for most of the day (for example 18 hours) and a feed window of 6 hours. That means in those 6 hours you will consume all your calories for the day. This is not a special diet, you still have to consume the right number of calories, but it will make the meals more satisfying. Instead of having a few 300 calorie meals, you can have one big 1,000 calorie meals. I’ve given two example meal plans, one eating all meals and one on intermittent fasting. They should both work for weight loss, as long as you know the number of calories per day you should be consuming.

Simple Calorie Intake Plan

Eat 1,800 Calories a day

Breakfast: Eat 400 Calories

Lunch: Eat 600 Calories

Dinner: Eat 800 Calories

That’s all there is to it. Read the labels and keep track of your intake. MyFitnessPal is a good way to do this. Stay away from sodas and sugary drinks, drink only water, this will help you with getting in a satisfying meal.

Intermittent Fasting Calorie Intake Plan

Eat 1,800 Calories a day

Breakfast: Skip

Lunch: 600 Calories

Dinner: 1,200 Calories

You will be taking the same amount of calories in as the plan before, except you will be eating a much bigger and more satisfying dinner. The results will almost be the same. The first few days might be tough to skip breakfast, but once you’re not expecting it your body will adapt.

Fancy Diets

There are so many fancy diets out there that promise to help you lose weight, but this is the basic principal that many people refuse to embrace. Eating less means you will lose weight guaranteed.

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Article by: Sarah Freeman

Sarah writes news, opinion news and articles for BodyFatLoss.com. She has a keen interest in nutrition and fasting.