Lets see why are you not losing weight?🤔
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To be successful in losing weight and toning up is not always easy, but it also doesn’t have to be complicated 💪🏻
Here are some reasons whats stopping you from achieving your body goals:
❗️You’re Eating Clean but Aren’t Aware of the Calories
Healthy foods can be both delicious and beneficial to your diet, but too much of a good thing can also hinder your progress. Eating clean foods such as avocados, nuts, and full-fat dairy can be great for your health, but they’re also very high in calories. Many foods are marketed as “healthy”, but always be aware of their nutrition facts because if you’re eating a lot of these types of foods you can be consuming more calories than you realize.
❗️You’re Not Focusing on Macronutrients
You don’t have to cut out carbs, fats or proteins out of your diet - you actually NEED all three. You need carbs to fuel your body’s energy to do intense workouts. Cutting your fat too low can mess with your hormone levels and slow your progress down and stall your results. Eating more protein can help you build lean mass and burn more fat than the other macros. This is because protein has a higher thermochemistry effect and your body burns more calories to process protein, making it harder to gain fat.
❗️You’re Consuming Too Many Liquid Calories
Most people don’t notice, but drinking liquids such as fruit juice, wine, and other alcohols actually contain a lot of calories and are high in sugar! You may burn 200 calories running on a treadmill, but can easily drink an energy drink and gain those calories back in just seconds😱 WHICH IN INSANE! Instead opt for teas (50 calories or less) and most importantly stay hydrated with water throughout the day. Water can help suppress your appetite and keeps your body from storing the fat you consume! I aim to drink about a gallon (=3.8 liter)every day.
❗️You’re Indulging Too Often
A lot of people think “I ran two miles on the treadmill, I deserve to eat a whole 🍕 !” But in reality, people usually overestimate how many calories they burned by working out and underestimate the calories in desserts or treats.