3 POINT PLAN The easiest weight loss method ever?

3 POINT PLAN The easiest weight loss method ever?


There are several ways to lose weight, but the majority need a lot of attention. It's a lot easier with Nutrition Coach Carter Good's 3-Punkte-Plan!

Step 1: Keep an eye on your calorie deficit.
It cannot be overstated: To lose weight, you must sustain a calorie deficit, whether you're following a low-carb, Slim in Sleep, or the Mediterranean diet. This means you consume fewer calories over the day than you burn.

To do so, we must first determine our basal metabolic rate, which tells us how much energy we require on a daily basis for at least the most basic operations of the body. There's also the so-called performance metabolism, which affects how much extra energy we require for certain activities, such as sports.
The overall metabolic rate is made up of the two. We should eat more than the basal metabolic rate but less than the total metabolic rate every day to lose weight in a healthy way. For example, certain free apps can assist you in calculating your energy metabolism.

Step 2: Harness the full potential of protein.
Protein offers a lot of advantages: It aids in the development of muscle, which, in turn, aids in the burning of energy even when you're at rest. Furthermore, protein keeps you full for a long time and helps you avoid cravings. It's no surprise that many athletes drink a protein shake just after a workout! Carter Goods' insider knowledge:

Try to consume about one gram of protein per half a kilo of body weight every day - but not based on your current body weight, but on your target weight!
An example: Your desired weight is 68 kilos. Then you should consume between 120 and 150 grams of protein per day. Low-fat dairy products such as cheese and quark are suitable for this, but lean meats such as chicken or fish are also healthy and should be on the menu often.


Step 3: Focus on the right foods...
...but don't just be hard on yourself. Of course, even an expert like Carter Goods has a favorite unhealthy snack or two. That's why his third piece of advice is to make sure you eat healthy 80 percent of the time - then you're allowed to sin 20 percent of the time. Healthy foods include Goods vegetables, proteins, healthy fats, and complex carbohydrates, such as those found in whole grains. The 20 percent then includes the little treats that make life really good. This is definitely our favorite tip - because who can stick to a diet where they really have to give up everything?


 

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