What's the best diet for fat loss? Is there one?
there's so many of them out there, all becoming trendy each day.
Only for you to try it out and realize that it doesn't work. After some time, you'll find another fad diet that will let you down
The worse part is getting all excited about your new journey, counting down the days until you start seeing results. It's exciting going to the grocery store with your list picking out your food with a smile on your face because for once you feel like your going to see change.
There's something about diets that you don't quite understand, see diets aren't long term, they are temporary. That's the number one reason why they don't work.
You can start and follow if for a few weeks or maybe months, but after a while, you'll just come off of it and go back to the way you were eating before. All the progress you made would go to waste, soon after you'll gain the weight back and stop altogether.
What you need is something sustainable and straightforward, something that doesn't feel like a diet but still helps you lose weight and make healthier choices. Another factor is to ensure you get a fair amount of the three macros nutrients which are carbs, fats, and protein.
When choosing this diet you'll also want to aim for a calorie count that's not too low or too high, and you'll need fruits and vegetables of all kinds. Lastly, After all of that, the only thing left is to consume a proper quantity of water so that you are hydrated. The body is 60%-65% of water and to function correctly, you can't neglect that.
So with all that said what diets does all of that for you? Which diet is best for fat loss and comfortable enough to keep up with. Well in this article "THE BEST DIET FOR FAT LOSS" I'm going to go over the most popular diets out, and you decide on which best suits you.
So you're probably saying Chris what's the best diet is for me and my fat loss goals? Well, it's simple, none of them. These diets all have one factor in common that make them effective; they all put you in a calorie deficit. There are many ways to create a calorie deficit with food; that's why these diets work.
You can go plant-based, lower carbs and or higher protein its all the same. So to finish answering your question the best diet is 'THE YOU DIET' eat whatever YOU want, now you definitely want to ensure you have a mixture of fruits and vegetables daily but if you don't like meat then don't eat it and if you do like meat than eat it, just be sure that it's good quality. If your goal is to keep your insulin lowered than aim for food that does that. If you like raw food than go with raw food, aim for whatever makes you happy.
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Christopher Gilbert is a Personal Trainer based in New York City and is known for his effective nutrition and workout programs along with his intense training sessions.