Hunger preventing fat loss?
People w/ these 3 carb habits get very lean
Trying to get ripped and lean? Hunger can foil that, especially if you’ve been restricting carbs.
We hear terms like “low-carb” and “no-carb” used to promote foods/supplements. This makes us think carbs prevent fat loss, right? Actually, that’s not the case. And maybe that’s where your fat loss has gone astray!
Here are three best practices for leaning out without “starving.”
- Bread products, potato products, pasta … they have a role in your fat loss routine! Why? They produce a feeling of fullness in your stomach that triggers satiety hormones. They tell your hunger to cut it out! A fist-sized serving of these foods counts as 1 serving; try adding in 2-3 servings to your current routine, and see if that helps your hunger.
- Instead of cutting helpful carbs, consider tracking your daily intake of overall calories, and from there, reduce your caloric intake by 5-10%. (Keeping track of your daily food on an ongoing basis is a great way to increase your chances of success.)
- And don’t forget: you need carbs from fiber-full sources, too! (Think fruits, vegetables, oats, and other things taken directly from the earth.)
How does that sound? Write me back and let me know what questions you have.