#1 Fatloss Diet Tip for Quick Healthy Meals That Boost Fatloss
Putting together quick healthy meals for fatloss isn’t very complicated but that’s probably not the impression you get when you listen to those fatloss diet infomercials on t.v. or when you stop by the bookstore and take a look at the thousands of "healthy diet" books on the shelves.
According to all those guys you need to measure and count everything, and make sure you’re carb to protein to fat ratios are perfect and you better not forget to use whatever expensive supplement they're selling otherwise none of it will work.
You know this is all a bunch of baloney right? The truth is there's one fatloss diet tip that makes it super easy to put together quick healthy meals that boost fatloss. It's so easy you're probably already doing it some of the time.
#1 Fatloss Diet Tips for Quick Healthy Meals That Boost Fatloss
The #1 fatloss diet tip for quick healthy meals that boost fatloss is to eat real food 80% of the time. The amount of fat you lose is 100% dependent on what types of foods you're using to make your quick healthy meals.
Most fatloss diets out there tell you it's o.k. to use all kinds of processed ingredients for your quick healthy meals as long as your meal is low calorie, or low carb, or low fat but the reality is most processed foods have little to no nutritional value so your body is still missing nutrients that are key to burning fat.
This is the main reason why so many people who are on typical fatloss diets fail or end up gaining the fat again. If you're serious about losing the fat forever be sure to eat real food 80% of the time. You can also follow the simple guidelines below and lose fat without ever having to diet again.
3 Simple Guidelines to Healthy Meals That Boost Fatloss
Craig Ballantyne creator of the TT Simple Nutrition Manual shares 3 simple guidelines to building a better nutrition plan that gets results. Notice how his guidelines are centered around quick healthy meals as well as the #1 fatloss diet tip: eating real food.
1. Prepare a weekly menu. Outline each meal and snack for every day of the upcoming week. Take into account the possibilities that you might work late or get invited out to lunch. The more options you have and preparations you make, the better you will be able to stick to your fat loss plan.
2. From your menu plan, you’ll now know what foods and ingredients you need to make it through the week. Make your grocery list and stick to it (see mine below). Grocery shopping is your first opportunity to break some bad nutritional habits. You can’t eat chips, cookies, or cakes if you don’t have them in the house – so don’t buy them and you’ll avoid any future temptation.
3. Prepare the meals or prepare the ingredients so that making the actual meal doesn’t take a lot of time. Like shopping, it’s best to do all of these preparations at one time (such as on a Sunday or another day off).
Carbohydrates • Oat bread • Oatmeal (no sugar added) • Whole-wheat pasta
Other • Green tea • Unsalted, not roasted, Almonds
You’ll notice that most of these foods come without a food label. Most of the foods that you buy should not come in a bag or a box. Building a shopping list that contains very few bagged or boxed items is something to aim for but when you do purchase something with a label, make sure to avoid two of the unhealthiest ingredients created by man: 1. High-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and 2. Hydrogenated or partially-hydrogenated vegetable oil (the sources of trans-fatty acids).
Watch Craig's video to see how easy it is to literally throw together a quick smoothie made with real food ingredients. Need more help with quick healthy meals? Be sure to check out Craig's TT Simple Nutrition Manual for easy solutions that work for real people.