Here in the Burn The Fat Inner Circle Fat Loss department, you will find real world information focused on 'burning the fat and feeding the muscle!' Whether your goal is to lose 100 pounds or the last 10 pounds you will find cutting edge tips, tactics, and strategies to help you lose fat.
Member's Only Bonus: Burn the Fat, Feed The Muscle Cheat Sheet
The ULTIMATE "Burn the Fat For Beginners" CHEAT SHEET: A summary and overview of the Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle principles, boiled down to 10 simple, easy action steps: Discover how to set goals, calculate calories, pinpoint the perfect protein, carb and fat amounts, choose the right foods, create meals and recipes, set up daily meal plans, and much more... Plus, every quick start secret and shortcut revealed in one place..
Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle NEW (2014) Hardcover Edition Free Preview
FREE Download! Get a preview of the new, revised and fully updated 2014 hardcover edition of Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle - known as "The Bible of Fat Loss." Learn the Secrets of the leanest people in the world - bodybuilders and fitness models - to help you achieve your own personal goals - from losing 100 pounds or more to shedding the final 10 pounds of stubborn fat... from building muscle to just getting more "toned." Download now (PDF)
Fat Loss Plateaus That Defy The Laws of Thermodynamics: How to Explain Them. How to Break Them.
It seems like you're doing everything right. You're lifting several days a week and doing cardio almost every day! As best as you can tell, you're at least 90% compliant to your nutrition plan. With the deficit you believe you have, you should be cutting about a pound and a half of fat every week - at least a pound! Yet, the body fat is not budging. You're at your wits end and about to go crazy... it seems like you are defying the laws of physics! What should you do?
How To Pick a Fat Loss Plan
As members of the Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle Inner Circle, most of us have already come to the same conclusion: BFFM is a great fat loss plan! But think back to the time before you found BFFM. There are thousands of weight loss, and diet plans in existence. Some work great, some work for awhile, some only seem to work, and some don't work at all. By asking just 3 simple questions, I think we can begin to single out the good plans from the bad ones...
Do Anti-Depressants And Other Prescription Drugs Cause Weight Gain or Obesity?
Question: "Recently I've been helping my friend start a new diet following Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle (BFFM) principles - However, she lost her job and has been rather stressed, and recently went to see a counselor who prescribed her with anti-depressants. Is there any risk of it affecting her diet or causing her weight gain? She's actually very worried about it because she says she heard that these types of prescription medications can cause obesity."... Click here for the answer:
Clean Diet vs Junk Food Diet In A Deficit: If You Can Lose Weight Either Way, Why Eat Clean?
You've heard the stories: One guy eats at McDonalds for 30 days and gets sick and fat... another guy does the same and loses 8 pounds, revealing 6-pack abs... A nutrition professor goes on a Twinkie diet and loses his gut... and a guy named Jared loses a ton of weight on fast food subs. So is "clean eating" really that important after all, or is it purely about calories in versus calories out? Click here for the answer and find out why many people - even the smartest, most well-intentioned natural food advocates - still don't get it...
The Lipophilia Hypothesis of Weight Gain: Is Insulin, Not Calories, the Cause of Obesity?
Diet wars have been waged for decades and while many weight loss fads have come and gone, certain debates continue to rage on. The big one: Low carb versus high carb. In the low carb world, diet gurus and their followers continue to argue that obesity is not caused by excess calories, but by carbs, which stimulate insulin. The "carbohydrate - insulin" hypothesis of obesity, alternately known as the lipophilia hypothesis, has gained enough traction lately that diet battles are breaking out once again and dieters are getting confused once again. So what is that makes you fat? Carbs and insulin - or is still about the calories after all?
How To Predict Your Fat Loss Future: Research Reveals The Keys To Weight Loss and Weight Loss Maintenance Success
A group of obesity researchers from the UK have done something remarkable... they have have found a way to predict your fat loss future... after reviewing 152 studies on prediction of weight loss and weight loss maintenance, they compiled a list of "psychological and behavior change elements" which correlate with weight loss success or failure... although they admit that there are problems in predicting your success, all you have to do is run down this 18 point punch list and you'll have a darn good idea what your fat loss future holds
Why Frequent TV Watching Can Make You Fat
"Watch less TV" is advice you hear all the time from nagging friends, family and self-help gurus to avoid obesity and increase personal success. The two obvious reasons are increased food intake and decreased activity. But researchers have recently taken a closer look because they wanted to know why specifically, food intake goes up and activity goes down. As a result of research like this, health and fitness organizations have added an entirely new piece of advice to their health and fitness recommendations...
Liquid Calories Vs. Solid Calories And Fat Loss
You may have read articles that said "liquid calories can make you fat!" But protein shakes, meal replacements and sports drinks are liquid calories and they're consumed en masse by weight conscious people including athletes. Why then, do so many people say that whole food is better? And why do so many people say they get leaner when they cut back on liquid calories? Some people theorize that it's the thermic effect of whole food versus liquids that makes the biggest difference. Is it that simple or are there other factors involved? Read on and find out what research has revealed about liquid and solid calories and how it impacts your fat loss results
Overcoming Fear of Increased Calories and Carbs
So... You've been dieting on low calories for several weeks or even for months or years... your results have stalled. Your search for answers has led you to the Burn the Fat ebook and the vast knowledgebase that is the Burn the Fat inner circle. You use the calorie calculator and it says you should be able to eat 1400 to 1600 calories a day and still lose weight... but you've been eating 1000-1200 or less. You'd like to believe that you can eat more, but you're terrified of increasing calories... you're worried that you've wrecked your metabolism so you just can't eat as much as others. You cry Help! What do you do?
How to Lose Back Fat
Back fat. You don't hear about it quite as often as lower abdominal fat, the "beer belly", the "love handles" or hip and thigh fat, yet it's still a frustrating problem area for many people. Men often have their largest skinfolds in the upper back (subscapular) area and the lower back is a major fat storage site. Women often complain about the back fat that literally spills over and around their bra straps. How do you get rid of it? Are there any special back exercises you can do? Read our latest column from the Inner Circle "fat loss" department to find out...
How To Set Your Calorie Deficit If You're Overweight or Obese
A caloric deficit is a required condition for weight loss, but health and fitness experts have warned us for years that we shouldn't starve ourselves to lose weight... instead we are advised to reduce calories sensibly and to be conservative with the calorie deficit, reducing perhaps only 15% to 20% below our maintenance level... but does this advice apply to overweight and obese people? Is it time to re-examine the calorie deficit guidelines and customize them based on how much fat you have?
Is it True There's No Such Thing as an Essential Carbohydrate?
"There's no such thing as an essential carbohydrate!" You may have heard this line from a low carb advocate at some point in your dieting career and you may not have believed it. Technically speaking, it's actually true. However, this does not mean that you should cut out all your carbs and eat nothing but protein and fat. Bad stuff can happen to you if you eliminate carbs... read on to find out why - even if you use low carb diets - you should never cut out all your carbs - there's a certain amount you need to gain the benefits and avoid the "bad stuff"...
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