Stop Wasting Your Time and Lose Weight the Easy Way

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Maybe you are one of those people that want to lose weight but have a hard time achieving it. Maybe you have tried some of the very modern and popular diets like LCHF, the Atkins diet, the 5:2 diet or the Montignac diet. While many of the popular diets today might work, some of them have major flaws. It can be hard to follow them correctly and honestly they don’t always produce the expected results.

You want a foolproof diet that will make you lose 2 pounds a week guaranteed? Looking for a method that let’s you control your weight exactly in a total scientific way? Ok I’m going to give it to you for free. Here it comes:

Start to count your calories and eat fewer calories than your body consumes. That’s it. It’s a physical law of nature. Calories are energy. If you give your body more energy than it consumes it’s going to make some of the excess energy into energy reserve, also known as fat. But if you give your body less energy it will have to take some of its reserve energy and use it. This makes this diet superior to others that say, “Eat how much you want only if you eat this kind of food/in this kind of way!” Because the energy principle is a law that must be followed.

As I see it 2 questions might arise in you, and they will be answered shortly.

How do I know how much calories I need? Just google it, there is plenty of calorie counters that show you about how much you need each day. Then subtract 500-1000 calories from that amount each day and you will lose about 1-2 pound a week. If we simplify things, a pound fat is about 3500 calories.

How do I know how much calories my food contains? Easy, buy yourself a small kitchen scale and weigh all your food. The amount of calories is listed on each food packaging. Soon you will learn it all by heart.

If you follow these simple steps you will lose whatever weight you wish to, period, end of story.

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