How To Lose Weight Fast

When it comes to weight loss, everyone has different goals. Some simply just want to lose weight to feel and look better, where as some others, mainly guys are looking to build muscular defined bodies. There are few things you should know before attempting to lose weight.

1) It shouldn’t be fast: Seriously. As much as you want to lose quickly for whatever reason, it isn’t safe to drastically lose a lot of weight over a short period of time. The only expectation to that is the first few pounds that you lose. Those tend to drop off very easily at the start as after that, the body naturally by Mother Nature’s will, keeps as much as fat as it possibly can for survival. So what have we learned? You shouldn’t lose weight too quickly, it isn’t safe for you! I will detail the simplest, most effective way for you to lose weight as quick as possible whilst still being safe in this article.

2) It’s a lifestyle not a diet: Diets don’t work. You can stop eating burgers and fries every day for a few months and drop a lot of weight, but once you start feasting at every McDonald’s you see, super-sizing everything, you’re simply just going to put the weight back on. To maintain weight loss, it has to be a lifestyle and not just a fad diet. (This doesn’t mean you have to cut out junk altogether, please read on)

The Topic Of Weight Loss Is Always A Tough One:

Forget about all the fad diets and insane workouts you heard about for now. Forget about the acia berry, or fast weight losshowever you spell it and forget about Crossfit, P90X and all the other training programs out there. Any program that has you training 6 days a week, 45 minutes per day and eating ‘nutritional’ yet mostly disgusting foods is definitely going to work. You will lose weight. You’ll probably be miserable too. Guess what? Once you’ve lost all the weight, you’ll probably end up putting it all back on if you make drastic changes over a short period of time! Going from not exercising at all to 6 days a week is insane.

There is a lot of information out there on the internet about weight loss and different people believe different things. It’s pretty much an area of much debate. There are some who believe in a calorie in vs calorie out notion, which simply means if you eat less than your body burns, your body has to burn your fat in order for you to survive. There are others that believe that it’s completely bullshit as a calorie is not just a calorie. For example, 500 calories worth of fried chips isn’t the same as 500 calories worth of vegetables. They have different effects on your body.

My Weight Loss Philosophy:

  • Don’t drink your calories: Everything I drink is generally calorie free and has very little amounts of sugar. To be fair, I drink mainly water and occasionally tea. (In case you didn’t know, water has no calories.) The video below will explain why you shouldn’t drink your calories!

2) I believe that having caloric deficits will lead to weight loss, but I also believe that a calorie is not just a calorie and thus by simply cutting and counting calories you will not lose weight. My caloric deficit is caused by eating healthy foods that have less calories. For example, instead of having chicken wings and pizza for lunch, I simply switch this out for chicken breast and vegetables. I eat a similar amount, but the calories are much less in chicken breast and vegetables.

3) I exercise regularly: I don’t do a P90X program or anything like that simply because I don’t have time to work out 6 days a week. I will explain how I exercise further down.

4) I get decent sleep: Each person is different, but according to my doctor, we should have at least 7-8 hours of sleep each day. I aim for 9, just to make sure my body is rested and my muscles have time to repair.

5) I make gradual changes: I switch my usual coffee from Starbucks to water as a change for 1 week and then I make another change the next week. Gradual, small changes are much more likely to remain.

6) I have planned cheat meals once in a while to stop cravings: Cheat meals, not cheat days. Not cheat holidays!

So, when this is all put in perspective: I have a caloric deficit through switching out unhealthy foods for healthy foods, not drinking my calories and through the exercise that I do. This way, I found my own way to address weight loss. Nothing out there is backed by enough scientific evidence for it to be deemed the best way to lose weight. Each person is different.

How You Can Start Your Weight Loss Journey And Make Sure You Succeed:

I’ve drawn your attention to the method I used to lose weight, but I’m sure you’re probably thinking, ‘But what you just told us isn’t definitive, we don’t know what exercises to do, what we can and can’t eat and other things! You’ve merely given us a theory that we can’t act upon!’ Okay, fine, let me give you what you want – That is, how can you act on all this? How can you actually start to lose weight?

There are 2 ways you can effectively do this:

Method 1: You can do what you’ve been doing now, searching the internet and gathering as much young woman looking at Facebook website on laptop computer. Image shot 2008. Exact date unknown.information as you possibly can. The problem with this is, you can search all you want, but there’s hardly ever anything you can act on. What you tend to find is that, like I expressed earlier, everyone has different opinions and it’s pretty tough to decide who you want to believe. You can sign up to all the forums and blogs you want, but reading doesn’t make you lose weight. Action does.

Method 2: You can follow a program that has proven successful. Instead of you having to look on Google to find out what you can or can’t eat and then see hundreds off different opinions making it impossible for you to decide, you can follow a program that will literally give you a 90 day meal plan as well as a grocery list. No more trying to figure it all out yourself. Instead of you searching around trying to figure out if you should be doing long slow cardio which is good for the heart or HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) which is apparently better for weight loss, you can follow a program that has workout guides for you telling you exactly what you need to do.

Have you ever heard of the saying, ‘time is money’? Well it isn’t. Notice how only poor people say this! Money is abundant, limited only by how much our governments decide to print! Time on the other hand is limited. We all run out of time eventually. You can either spend your time rampaging through Google trying to find the relevant information or you can spend a little money and get exactly what you need.

Take This A Step Further And Begin To Lose Weight:

Now if you’ve decided you’re serious about losing weight and have had enough of not being able to find the information you need; you’re probably now thinking that you need a decent program but don’t know which one to choose? My recommendation?

The Fat Diminisher!


Simply because it’s a program proven to work for many people. It gives everything that I discussed in my theory. Meal plans, grocery list, exercise plans, how to cleanse your body to increase weight loss. Pretty much everything you’ll need. No more searching around Google! Like I said, you can either spend more time searching or spend a bit money, that you’ll probably end up spending on some terrible junk food anyway and get exactly what you need to start your weight loss journey today.

The Best Fat Burning Foods You Must Have In Your Kitchen

When it comes to weight loss, many of us struggle when it comes down to what we should and shouldn’t eat. I’ve found that the easiest way to overcome this is to stock your fridge and kitchen with the best fat burning foods out there. Whenever you have a craving for some form of junk food, you’ll have an alternative more healthy fat burning food in your kitchen! This has been my most effective way of avoiding crashing on my diets and having too many ‘cheat meals’.

Are you ready to reform your body through excellent nutrition by stocking your fridge with the best fat burning foods?

What Are Fat Burning Foods?

I was considering giving you a definition from Wikipedia but then I realized it wasn’t exactly relevant. When it comes to fat burning foods, most people start to think that if they eat these given foods the fat will just melt of their body. Either that or these foods will cause their bodies to burn more calories than other foods. To be honest, none of this is definitive and if you’ve been in the weight loss game long enough you’ll know that a lot of the ‘knowledge’ out there is just mere opinion and theory.

I like to think of fat burning foods as foods that should contain the majority of the calories I consume each day. In other words, these are the foods that I won’t feel guilty after eating, that won’t make me expand like a balloon and they contain the most nutrition. Make these foods be some of the most common things that you eat daily and you’ll already be on your way to healthier lifestyle/diet.

The Best Fat Burning Foods:

1) Whole Eggs:

Like I mentioned above, there are different opinions from different apparent experts out there when it comes to eggs. If you didn’t already know, eggs are known as the perfect protein! The debate begins when people start to discuss whether or not you should eat the yolk, or just the egg whites! Words like cholesterol and bad fats always tend to come up in these conversations. Honestly, if your cholesterol is too high, worrying about eggs isn’t going to fix that, there are much more effective things you could be doing. If you want the full benefit of the egg, then eat the yolk too. (Make sure you always have these in your kitchen as when you’re in a pinch a quick omelet will save you from taking out that packet of frozen fries in your freezer!)

2) Whole Grains:

This probably isn’t the first time you’ve heard this one. Whole grains are probably the food you should consume most. Especially when it comes to your carbohydrates intake. Whole grains contain huge amounts of fiber that fill you up for much longer, making you eat less overall. When purchasing whole grain foods, you do have to be extremely careful as some foods will say ‘Whole Grain Guaranteed’ but only contain trace amounts of whole grain.

What I like to do is: Purchasing 100% rolled oats from the supermarket and then use this to make different things. I can make oatmeal in morning with some berries, protein bars or cookies for a snack and many other things. Make sure you consume whole grains!

3) Nuts: Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans, Etc.

Nuts have a mixed reputation when it comes to whether or not it should be included a healthy diet. The nuts‘problem’ with nuts is they generally contain a huge amount of calories for very small portions. The problem becomes bigger when many people snack on them a bit too often and have too many each time. On the other hand, nuts contain very healthy fats and are also a good source of fiber and protein.

What I like to do is: Have a packet of each in the kitchen cupboard and take a small handful as a snack and then put the packet back. A small handful contains enough calories already and will act effectively as a snack to keep you full till your next meal. This way, you get the benefits of nuts whilst keeping the calories low.

4) Berries: Strawberries, Blackberries, Blueberries, Etc.

Berries have a good reputation for being a superfood and there’s good reason for that too! They are literally a powerhouse of good nutrition containing vitamins and minerals and some of the best antioxidants of any foods in existence. Like the foods above, berries also come with a decent amount of fiber.

What I like to do is: Get creative! Berries are awesome for adding on top of your desserts and taste excellent too!

5) Green Tea:

There are several studies that you can find out there that imply that green tea is very beneficial for burning fat. Whether or not this is true is debatable but the general consensus is that green tea stimulates the body to burn abdominal fat. There’s no denying that green tea increases my energy levels though! Making my workouts much more productive.

What I like to do is: Start each day with a cup of hot green tea!

6) Veggies:

Honestly, along with whole grains a majority of your diet should be vegetables. Vegetables are beneficial for veggiesvarious reasons such as being very low in a calories and containing a nutritional punch. The best ones for you are: Spinach, broccoli and other green vegetables.

What I like to do is:  Have a pack frozen in my fridge to use in a pinch when I can’t go out to pick up fresh ones. There’s a huge debate on whether or not frozen vegetables are as nutritious as fresh ones. My opinion is that they are and they’re much better than not having them at all.

7) Wild Salmon:

Salmon contains omega three fats and huge amounts of protein. This is a very powerful food to add to your list as it offers variety whilst still maintain awesome nutrition. You can make salmon salads, sushi, sandwiches and many other things.

What I like to do is: Have salmon with my veggies forming a very nutrition, healthy and fat burning meal!

8) Lean Meat:

Lean mean offers healthy fats and protein. You’re probably thinking by now that all these foods offer the same nutrition give or take and that’s pretty much the point! These are the things you need to have in your kitchen to burn fat so there’s no surprise that the nutrition they contain is very similar.

What I like to do is: Cook skinless (less fat) chicken breast with brown rice and broccoli. This is a very nutritious meal, it contains the protein you need from the chicken, the vitamins and minerals from the broccoli and carbohydrates from the brown rice!

The Foods That Are Actually Making You Gain Weight:

1) Juice drinks:

No No and No. If I had a dime for every time someone told me that drinking juice drinks will help you get your five a day I’d’d be a very rich man. You are much better off just eating the fruit itself. The problem with most fruit juices out there are that they are stocked with huge amounts of sugar that only make you crave more! Not to mention that juice drinks do contain a relatively high amount of calories too! You’re much better drinking water if you want to lose weight.

What I like to do is: Eat my fruits and drink water. Water has no calories.

2) Smoothies:

While smoothies do have many benefits if you make them yourself, many people tend to forget that they do smoothiescontain a high amount of calories too! Not to mention that they aren’t actually very filling. Smoothies shouldn’t be used as a drink to go with a meal, it’s a meal in itself.

What I like to do is: Have my smoothie after my workouts and then eat again in an hour or so.

3) Protein Bars from Shops:

Like juice drinks, they contain huge amounts of sugar and generally very low amounts of protein. You’re much better making your own with oats and not so much sugar!

What I like to do is: Make my own protein bars using this recipe: (This is a simple recipe, you can find ones that have more ingredients)

4) Potatoes:

Now don’t get me wrong, I’m big fan of potatoes for weight loss and muscle gain. But the problem is that they do contain huge amounts of calories and for those of us who are solely focusing on weight loss, this isn’t a food to be having very often. The problem isn’t the potato itself, it starts to become a problem when we start deep frying it in terrible oil and alas, we have our fries to go with the pizza!

What I like to do is: Buy fresh potatoes, slice them into the form of fries and then grill them!

5) Processed Foods:  (Even Those With A Weight Watchers Symbol On Them)

These are horrible. Completely horrible when it comes to nutrition. They generally contain huge amounts of calories while offering little to no useful nutrition!

What I like to do is: cook all my food myself, it sounds like work, but hey, it’s going to be tough if you want to lose weight!

Where Can I Go For More Information:

You can search through Google and find all the nutrition information you want easily. But then it gets harder. Knowing what to eat is just one thing, being able to consistently prepare meals using these foods becomes very tricky especially if you aren’t skill in the kitchen. Also, although nutrition is probably the single most important thing when it comes to weight loss, you do need to take into account exercise as well. What exercises should you be doing, for how long and how often? There are many other things that come into play when dealing with body weight. This is why people always say that diets don’t work and weight loss is a lifestyle!

The program we recommend here is The Fat Diminisher System as we believe it contains everything you need to lose weight effectively. This includes, meal plans, grocery lists, exercise routes and calendars, etc. There are many programs out there but this is the one that has been trial and tested by many and has delivered results.

Top 30 Weight Loss Foods to Incorporate in Your Diet Today

When talking about weight loss diet, most people would think that they should starve themselves to lose weight, which is not true. This process may put you in a real danger, so do not go for it. A weight loss diet is based on getting the necessary proteins and vitamins, without having to eat fatty, sugary foods. In this article I am about to give you the top 30 weight loss foods that you should opt for when dieting.

When you decide to stick to a weight loss diet, you should opt for fat-busting, carb-less, nutritious food. Here is a list of top 30 weight loss foods:

  1. Almonds – Almonds has been proven to be a great weight loss food. This necessary element in your
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    diet is packed full of skin-boosting vitamin E and protein. Almonds high fiber content can stop the horrible hungry feeling which can help you cut down with some bad habits; late night eating.

  2. Oats – Oats are considered one of the best super foods that can give you energy, and help you peel off pounds at the same time. Oats can be eaten in the morning as a part of a low-calorie diet, and it will provide your body the energy it needs to hold the everyday activities.
  3. Olive Oil – Olive oil is the only food element that carries fat, yet it helps you lose weight. Mad but true. Poly unsaturated fats found in olive oil feature a great capacity of stopping the feeling of hungry. In addition to this, the oleic acid is known for its efficiency in the breakdown of excess fats in the body.
  4. Beans – Beans are full of nutrients, including protein and fiber. This element can provide your body the slow-release energy it needs throughout the day. You can eat beans for dinner, and it can be an essential element in your weight loss diet.
  5. Green Tea – Green tea is another fat-busting element that should be included in your diet. A cup of green tea in the morning or after any meal can help to calm bloating around the stomach triggered by water retention. It has scientifically proven that green tea has a great ability to burn fat in the body.
  6. Cheese – Cheese is a great choice when you start a weight loss diet; this essential element contains a fatty acid that helps you burn extra fats. When you buy cheeses, go for those labeled “grass-fed”.
  7. Cranberry Juice – Juices are pretty essential elements in any diet. In addition to the high levels of antioxidizing vitamin c, cranberry carries fantastic diuretic properties. This juice can help your body get rid of unnecessary fluids through excretion.
  8. Blueberries – Blueberries are pretty much recommended in a weight loss diet. In addition to the

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    sweet taste they carry, blueberries are known for their anti-aging effects. In addition to all this, this fruit is full of fiber, which can help you get rid of extra weight.

  9. Broccoli – Broccoli is best known for its cancer-preventing powers. This cruciferous veggie can be eaten cooked or raw, and it will give your great results in a pretty short period of time.
  10. Pears – You can get 15% of your daily needed amount of fiber just by eating one pear. It has been scientifically proven that eating three pears a day can help you burn calories while getting the necessary amount of fiber.
  11. Asparagus – Asparagus is often referred to as the luxury vegetable. asparagus is full of vitamins A, B, C and E. This vegetable carries high levels  of skin-clearing zinc, as well as potassium, which is pretty known for its ability to get rid of excess fluids from the body.
  12. Tomatoes – When sticking to a weight loss diet, Tomatoes should be considered. Tomatoes are pretty delicious, yet they can help you peel off pounds. This vegetable is full of antioxidants which make them a great tool of burning calories in the body. Tomatoes can also reduce water retention in the body.
  13. Chili: – If you want to boost metabolism, then add chili to your food. It has been proven that chili can help the burning of fat in the body faster than any other food element. You can get a day’s supply of beta carotene from one single chili pepper.
  14. Bananas – Eating bananas is a great way to get rid of some fats. Most people tend to think that bananas contribute to weight gain, which is not true. Eating one banana a day can provide your body the slow release energy it needs for a day. It can also help you reduce the water retention in the body.
  15. Melon – Melon should be considered when pursuing a weight loss diet. This fruit carries high levels of antioxidants and potassium that can help removing of excess fluids in the body. It can also provide the body the needed dose of vitamin C necessary to support your immune system.
  16. Lentils – Lentils are pretty efficient in boosting metabolism and burning fat. A cup of lentils contains about 3.4 grams of resistant starch. Besides all this, lentils are full of protein and fiber.
  17. Dark chocolate – when you eat dark chocolate, you will feel full longer and you’re not gone to eat much at your next meal and this will help you lose some weight.
  18. Oranges – Oranges are pretty necessary to provide your body the fiber dose it needs every day. This fruit has a tremendous ability to stop the feeling of hunger, and when you eat less you will automatically lose some extra weight.
  19. Lemongrass – Lemongrass is widely used in south East Asian foods. This element is pretty helpful for the digestive system. It can also boost the blood circulation in the body. Lemongrass can help you burn the excessive fats in your body.
  20. Ginger – Ginger is a key element if you want to improve your digestive system since it carries anti-inflammatory properties. The Zingibain enzyme the ginger contains can help digest proteins.
  21. Artichoke – Artichoke is full of fiber that can help the digestive process, at the same time it contains
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    few calories. In case of digestive disorders, artichoke is pretty much recommended as an efficient solution.

  22. Brown Rice – Brown rice is much better that white rice because it is rich in muscle-strengthening proteins. It can also help you burn calories faster as it contains Vitamin B. brown rice can provide your body with energy it needs throughout the day.
  23. Peanuts – Peanuts have a pretty bad reputation in the diet world. However, when you eat a small quantity of peanuts between meals, they can help you avoid overeating, thus you will lose some weight. Besides, peanuts contain Omega 3 and vitamin E.
  24. Couscous – Couscous is a pretty nutritious grain commonly used in North African dishes. Couscous can provide your body the slow-release energy it needs, and it can help you burn some fat.
  25. Pistachios – two key elements in any weight loss diet; pistachios and almonds. These two elements are pretty helpful in burning fats. Pistachios contain good level of fiber and relatively few calories. You can eat pistachios after any meals and it will help you stop overeating.
  26. Natural Yoghurt – Natural yoghurt is pretty essential in the weight loss diet. It is full of proteins and vitamins. It can help to relieve bloating and discomfort in the stomach as it carries live bacteria good for the digestive system.
  27. Pineapple – like all the tropical fruits, pineapple carries digestive enzyme that can settle your stomach and relieve heartburn. It is pretty useful when talking about weight loss diet.
  28. Black Pepper – adding a bit of fresh black pepper would be a great tool to prevent bloating and discomfort while eating. It is known for its efficiency in boosting the digestive process.
  29. Lemons – Lemon is pretty good detoxifier and it can help reducing water retention in the body. Besides, lemon can help you lose extra weight.
  30. Peaches – Peaches can restore balance to a bloated stomach. Peaches carry laxative and diuretic properties that are pretty essential in any weight loss diet.

When you decide to start a diet, you should strictly stick to it. Eating these foods will definitely help losing some weight, yet this is just the first part of the weight loss program. Working out can also help you burn some fat. So, besides eating nutritious foods, playing some sports would be great to diminish fat fast.


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