How To Eat Clean & Lose Weight [With A Busy Schedule]
Working 80 hours a week and maintaining a healthy body weight is tough!
Do you often find yourself going to the vending machine or eating pizza for lunch every day?
I can’t blame you.
It’s quick and it’s easy. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to lose weight, even with your busy schedule.
Unfortunately, most of the information online regarding weight loss focuses on the short term and is unhealthy.
Below you will find our most useful articles on the best methods of losing weight so that you can get back to your busy endeavors.
Part 1: Eating To Lose Weight
Weight loss always has, and always will, start with your diet.
Have you ever heard of the 80/20 rule?
When it comes to weight loss, your diet will make up at least 80% of your success, regardless of whether you exercise or not.
The truth of the matter is:
You will never be able to exercise enough to keep up with excessive caloric intake. 1 long, boring hour of cardio will only burn enough calories to cancel out that Starbuck’s pastry you had this morning.
Does that sound like a fair trade to you? I didn’t think so.
Here are the most important principles you must understand in regards to eating to lose weight.
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Part 2: Exercising To Lose Weight
Exercise is not necessary to lose weight, but it can certainly help you to a big extent.
The idea is that exercise will help you burn some extra calories, while increasing your lean muscle mass percentage.
In doing so, you will increase your basal metabolic rate, or the amount of calories you burn at rest.
Here is how to exercise for weight loss.
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Part 3: Picking a Diet
The last thing we need to discuss are diets.
There are one hundred and one diets you can choose from. Quite frankly, they all work…
to an extent.
There are some diets that are much better than others, and some that are easier to follow with a busy schedule. Below are some of the only diets worth mentioning, so that you can follow some of the principles that are applicable to you and your life.
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