Fat Burning Diet Plan – 3 Steps To SuccessBy Rob Poulos...
If you’re looking to set up a fat burning diet plan, there are some key steps that must be followed. Some people don’t take the time and effort to come up with or find their very own fat burning diet plan, and then they just don’t see the results that they desire because of it.
There’s no question that the diet you use is one of the most important elements of any fat loss program approach, so if you don’t spend some serious time considering a proper fat burning diet, you’re going to be wasting far too much time and effort.
Let’s go over the main steps that you must know if you’re going to create an effective and enjoyable fat burning diet plan.
Calorie Intake Is The Most Vital Factor
If there’s one thing that you absolutely must get right on your fat burning diet plan, your calorie intake is it.
But, should you set a certain calorie intake and then stick with it no matter what happens?
Certainly not. First, if you can cycle your calories over the course of the week rather than keeping them constant every single day, this is really going to help to shock the metabolism and prevent it from slowing down.
You really don’t want your metabolism to slow down on your fat burning diet plan as when it does, fat loss becomes impossible.
Secondly, by cycling your calorie intake this will ensure you have enough fuel to get in those hard workout sessions, so that can take your results further as well.
Set Your Protein In Stone
The second step to create an effective fat burning diet plan is to set your protein intake up. Now this is one thing that must be set in stone.
If you don’t get enough protein during the course of the day, you could put yourself at a high risk of losing muscle mass rapidly due to the very low calorie intake, and this will make it next to impossible to continue to lose fat and maintain your weight down the road.
Protein is an absolute must regardless of the diet set-up you use, so set this and forget about it. At no point should you ever reduce your protein intake in order to cut calories.
Aim for 0.6-1 grams of protein per pound of body weight per day. No less if you want to see best results.
Think About Your Personal Preferences
Third, the last step to create an effective fat burning diet plan is to think about your own personal preferences. Now that you have your calorie intake set up and your protein intake needs met, you have a certain number of calories left over to ‘spend’ on other foods you want to add into your diet.
This will include both carbohydrate rich foods as well as fat rich foods and how much you eat of each of them will come down partly to personal preference.
If you’re someone who hates low carb dieting, don’t force yourself to do it. As long as you keep your calorie intake correct, you definitely can make room to have some carbs on your plan. Choose your desired intake of both of these nutrients and then figure out your meal plan accordingly.
So there you have three steps to fat burning diet plan success. If you need more help figuring out a specific plan to follow, please be sure to check out the Fat Burning Furnace program guide. It’ll provide you with a done-for-you approach so you never have to worry about your diet again.