Don’t diet: Change your habits by Carole St-laurent
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What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
For a little over two years, what started out as a personal journey to weight loss and better health, evolved into a quest to offer the perfect guide to simple, healthy weight loss solutions for all; but more precisely aimed for women.
Entrepreneur, author, and founder of Greatday2start.com; a flourishing weight loss, body & soul internet wellness stop, Kina Diamond observed that the market offered an abundant selection of weight loss diet books. However, many endorsed complicated possibilities voguing between keto, paleo, vegetarian, Atkins, Mediterranean, and so many more… it’s not surprising why so many in search of the perfect weight loss regime drown under the fat loss wave.
The author consequently felt impelled to offer a much simpler solution for anyone wanting to seriously lose weight but most of all, aspiring to feel better in their bodies.
With a profound interest and belief that food is the conductor of the symphony of our health. Kina explored, tested, and researched the trendiest diet plans and world-renowned nutritional studies related to the wellbeing of the body and mind.
The result is this effective, and easy to read guide to weight loss and better health.
What truly matters most in a weight loss regiment is eating less calories than what it takes to simply maintain your present weight.
In other words, being at a daily caloric deficit is the most important factor that determines if you will succeed or fail.
You might eat super healthy with plenty of greens and salads and discover that you are not losing weight. That might be because you are eating more calories than is required for you to be at a weight loss caloric level.
This is the reason why so many people struggle to lose weight and never see progress. They are not eating in a caloric deficit manner.
What is a caloric deficit?
It simply means a shortage in the amount of calories consumed compared to the number of calories required for maintenance of current body weight.
To maintain your current body weight, you might have to eat 1800 calories per day. But to lose weight, you will have to eat around 1300 calories per day.
In other words, if you’re consuming fewer calories than your body uses, your body will have no choice but to tap into its fat supplies for fuel.
This is the only way you will diminish your body’s stored fat and consequently lose weight.
Ideally, you should aim for a 500-calorie daily deficit.
You don’t need to obsess over the numbers and aim for perfection.
If you’re within the 400 to 600 range, you’ll be perfectly fine, and you will lose weight steadily.
In order to know your daily caloric intake, you can visit this site.
All you need to do is fill out the necessary fields and click on the “calculate” button.
You’ll be shown 3 different numbers:
• Maintenance means that if you consume this number of calories, your weight will neither go up nor go down.
• Fat loss denotes a caloric deficit. This is the number that you need to aim for in order to lose weight.
• Extreme Fat Loss is an indicator that you should not drop your calories below this number.
Of course, if you eat more calories than the indicated maintenance level, you will inevitably gain weight.
Most quick fix weight loss method want you to aim for the extreme fat loss caloric intake. But that is too drastic. It is too much of a shock to your body.
It will result in flabby skin. Most of all, you will be at high risk of gaining back your weight faster then you lost it and then some.
How to determine how long it will take you to be at your desired weight?
So, if you wish to lose 20 pounds and you’re losing about 2 pounds a week, which is by the way a great rate for constant weight loss, then you’ll be looking at a time frame of 10 weeks… that is about 2 and a half months.
Does that seem too long for you?
Here’s what Earl Nightingale once said – “Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something, stand in the way of you doing it. The time will pass anyway; might as well put that passing time to the best possible use.”
Even if it takes you 10-15-20 weeks, as Nikes so eloquently says it “Just do it.”
While this guide states that you will lose weight in 1 month, these 30 days are for you to see a transformation, not to reach your weight loss objective. Unless you only need to lose 8 to 12 pounds.
Realize that most women never see any results…
…But if you follow this guide, YOU will see results.
However, if you need 10 weeks to reach your goal, understand that you’re not going to achieve it in 30 days. If we follow the example mentioned above, you’ll lose 8 pounds in 1 month.
It may not seem like much, but it is definitely going to be a visible difference.
Your face will be slimmer. Your belly and thighs may seem like they have shrunk a little. You’ll be amazed at the actual change. And you should feel immensely proud of yourself!
The whole point of this book is to show you what’s possible… and from there you just keep on going.
If it takes you 10-20-30 weeks, you just keep doing what you’ve been doing these 30 days until you reach the desired goal.
One thing is certain, you must stay on track!
If you get the picture, you understand that you will have a better idea of how long it will take you to reach your set goal only once your first month is over.
Only then will you have the information you need to efficiently estimate the time it will take you to reach your anticipated weight.
Once you know how many pounds of fat you lose in a month, you will divide it by 4 and get your average weekly fat loss.
Take the amount of weight you want to lose and divide it by your weekly average.
Example: You want to lose 40 pounds. After your first month of healthy caloric deficit eating plus some physical activities, you lose 12 pounds per month, so that means 3 pounds per week.
40 divided by 3 = 13.33 weeks until you reach your goal. That is about 3 and a half months.
Isn’t that amazing?!? Only 3 ½ months to lose 40 pounds!
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