Our metabolic rate naturally declines as the day progresses. Reducing carbohydrate intake later in the day has therefore proven to be a highly effective approach when trying to shed stored body fat. Not only does this approach compensate for the decreased metabolic rate in the evening, it also assists in general fat loss process.
Perform cardio after weight training
Supplement with a low carb MRP
As already mentioned, your meal plan should keep unwanted fat, cholesterol foods alone can prove challenging you can look to a well formulated low meals. The best meal replacements on the market have been scientifically formulated for those striving for fat reduction and the preservation of lean body mass (muscle tissue). This is one of the more convenient tools available to support your efforts in the gym and the kitchen.
Supplement with CLA
CLA is a unique fatty acid, clinically demonstrated to improve the ratio of lean body mass to body fat. As such it can provide benefit to overweight individuals interested in fat loss. Research indicates that CLA helps change body giving you a leaner, healthier appearance.
Boost calcium intake
Along with calcium’s research-proven track record of helping to build strong, healthy bones, recent scientific findings show that adequate calcium intake is essential for optimal fat metabolism. Calcium helps activate uncoupling proteins than storing it as body fat.
Keep a food journal
Recording the food you eat can have a profound effect on your self control, as it will force you to focus on what you’re putting into your mouth every day. Not only are you less likely to consume poor quality calories, but it will also provide you with valuable information about your nutritional habits. This small investment in time could pay huge dividends in terms of attaining the lean body you desire.
Spice your food
Consuming capsaicin, which is found in chillies, cayenne, red peppers and other spicy food can significantly boost your metabolism by stimulating the release of adrenal composition by reducing body fat and increasing or preserving lean muscle hormones. Research has shown that this increases resting metabolic rate and decreases overall food intake by decreasing hunger.