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Calories In vs. Calories Out

Or How much you eat vs. How much you burn AKA Calorie Deficit.

Losing weight comes down to maintaining a negative energy imbalance. Eating carbs doesn't make you fat. Eating fat doesn't make you fat. Eating at night doesn't make you fat. What makes you fat is consuming too many calories. All you need to do is consume fewer calories than your body burns.

Without a deficit, you won't lose fat. It's the key for weight loss.

For example:


Nutrition is king and exercise is queen.

The main thing you need to focus on is the daily calorie intake: tracking your calories. Eat enough protein, eat veggies, stay hydrated, nutritious food...

Then, focus on the calories you "burn": get enough steps per day, strength training, increase your "NEAT", stick to a program...

How do I know if I am in a Calorie Deficit?

  1. Your clothes fit much better.

  2. The scale hasn't moved almost nothing but you notice some changes.

  3. Your waist measurements are decreasing.

Nobody was perfect since day one. Stay focused on you. Your plan, your results.

And remember, if you want to finally lose the weight and keep it off with my support, click the button below! I know you can. Now it's time for you to believe it too. Tomorrow is Monday...


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