As I will explain in this post, this is the wrong question to ask. There are many diets out there: Keto diet, Intermittent Fasting, Paleo, diet based on your blood type, vegan, vegetarian, Atkins, caveman diet, cabbage diet and all sorts of crazy diets that you didn’t even know they existed.
Alcohol is known to suppress fat burning. This is because our bodies choose to metabolize alcohol first, so fat burning is on pause. However, once that alcohol is burned off, our body will switch back to fat burning.
Like many other nutrients, sodium has been blamed for today’s many health problems of which the most well-known one is high blood pressure. While excessive intake of any nutrient is harmful, it needs to be considered in the context of overall diet and lifestyle.
One of the most common health/fitness goals is weight loss. There are 3 main ways to achieve this:
- Diet+ Exercise.
One of our clients lost 60 lbs so far! Due to living a very busy and stressful life, she had a hard time finding time to exercise and figuring out how to gain control of her eating. She has never lost more than 25 lbs and had many periods where she would lose weight and then gain everything back. Her main problems were eating out too often and using food as stress relief.