Donuts, Pizza, Ice Cream & Fat Loss

There’s a simple way to be able to eat your favourite foods and still get leaner…

90% of the time eat good quality, single ingredient foods then 10% of the time you can eat whatever you want as long as 100% of the time you track your food and make sure you’re in a calorie deficit.

That’s how you can lose fat without stressing over meals out or trips to the cinema – just track what you eat and hit your targets.

All foods are just made up of a combination of protein, fats and carbohydrates – even “bad” foods.

Which means if you can fit them into your nutrition targets you can get pretty much the same results as if you ate chicken, rice and broccoli for every meal except this way you’ll have more fun and get to enjoy food a bit more.

Now of course I’m not saying you should just eat donuts, pizza and ice cream all the time – common sense would tell you that, and neither am I saying that the only way to enjoy food is to eat junk.

You should definitely make sure that good quality, whole foods dominate your daily food intake – we need the micronutrients and better quality nutrition gives us more energy, satisfies hunger better, improves health etc. but to say that the only way to lose fat is to “eat clean” or follow some fad diet is totally wrong.

It’s 100% possible to lose fat whilst having some flexibility and enjoying some of the not-so-great-foods that you love, just follow this process…

Work out roughly how many calories you need to eat to lose fat – body weight in pounds x 10-12 is a good starting point for your calorie target then get about a third of your calories from each macronutrient.

90% of the time eat good quality food.

10% of the time you can be flexible and eat what you want as long as…

You track what you eat using an app like MyFitnessPal and consistently hit your calorie deficit targets.

That’s successful fat loss nutrition in a nutshell.

Simple, non-restrictive, flexible and effective.

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Mike Waywell