The fewer calories you consume, the more weight you'll lose. "You don't need snacks in between meals. Your body will fend for itself.
This type of workout challenges you to give full energy for short periods of time interspersed with active rest to allow you to recover.
Cutting back on sugar is step number one: "Our fast-paced, on-the-run lifestyles typically lead to consuming an abundance of processed foods that are easy to make and quick to eat.
Lundgren says while you don't have to go overboard to see results, you do have to prioritize daily fitness. She suggests 30 minutes of cardio and 30 minutes of strength training.
A two-week turnaround, she suggests drinking 64 ounces a day. "Drink eight ounces of warm water and lemon as soon as you wake up and right before you go to bed.
Lundgren stresses the necessity of sleep, explaining that when you log enough hours in bed, your body will return the favor twofold in your physique.
"Whole foods have not been stripped of their nutrients the way processed foods have been, and this gives your body and metabolism the tools it needs to run optimally.
Lobert explains if you want to burn fat, you have to become fat-adapted, meaning your body needs to switch the primary energy source it uses to fuel your activities.
This technique is a great way for the digestive system to catch up and burn calories says Patrick. He believes it can help teach the body to use its stored fat for energy
"This form of exercise keeps your heart rate moderate and will burn off a few extra calories without adding stress to the body," Patrick shares.