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Sometimes, burning calories and weight loss is about more than just eating right and hitting the gym regularly — although, by all means, it helps a lot if you eat right and workout. 6 Small Tweaks to Increase Your Calorie Burn All Year. 6 Small Tweaks to Increase Your Calorie Burn All Year | Weight Loss | MyFitnessPal Six small ways to burn thousands more calories each year. Sometimes, burning calories and weight loss is about more than just eating right and hitting the gym regularly — although, by all. Multiply that by three meals per day, 365 days a year and that’s a ton of calories (96,360 calories to be exact).

READ MORE > 6 SMALL TWEAKS TO INCREASE YOUR CALORIE BURN ALL YEAR Tags creating healthy habits cutting calories losing weight. If you’re looking to burn more calories during the day, there are so many more options than fidgeting or working out at your desk. Watch this video for a few small tweaks that you can make that. As long as you are moving, your muscles are contracting and burning calories,” says Derek Mikulski, BS, CSCS, CPT, Founder of ActivMotion, “Just be sure to set aside some dedicated time each day.

Just ten minutes per day of playing with your dog at a moderate level of intensity can burn more than 15,000 calories in a year!Still, research suggests that there may be a few other ways you can increase calorie burn. Here are eight possible ways to burn more calories and fight fat: according to findings of a small. How to Increase the Amount of Calories Burned at Rest.

Metabolism is the process of breaking down food and beverages into energy, which affects the amount of calories burned per day. The total amount of calories burned daily is known as the total daily energy expenditure, TDEE. Exercise and nutrition affect your. Running burns the most calories per hour, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only exercise with a high calorie burn.

Things like swimming, HIIT workouts, and jumping rope are all good options, too. If want to lose weight, consuming fewer calories than you burn daily helps you reach your goal. Eat 500 to 1,000 fewer calories than you burn daily to lose 1 to 2 pounds per week, suggests the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

For example, if your weight-maintenance calorie requirement is 2,400 calories a day, aim for 1,400 to 1,900. How many calories you burn daily depends on your sex, age, and activity level. a 40-year-old, 180 pound, 6-foot-tall man has a BMR of 1,829.8. making small, sustainable changes instead of.

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Instead of having you count calories down to the last one, we would rather improve on the foods you are eating, increase the frequency at which you eat, and teach you how to listen to your body.

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These include helping boost metabolism so you burn more fat, helping fend off diabetes and cancer, helping you maintain normal cholesterol levels, and enhancing your immune system.

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Being calorie aware is the first step toward weight loss and keeping your healthy weight.

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This is true whether the goal is walking after dinner five times a week for 20 minutes, keeping a daily record of food intake, decreasing the number of self-critical statements, or limiting breakfast to 275 kilocalories (kcal).

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The bible of calorie gardening is Carol Deppe’s excellent book The Resilient Gardener.5

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For example, in Chapter 16, “Eat Less–Live Longer,” has been updated to include the most recent research on calorie restriction.

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All we need to add is how to cut calories while still doing the same healthy things.

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That new calorie counting app you sent me is great.

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“Alternate Day Calorie Restriction Improves Clinical Findings and Reduces Markers of Oxidative Stress and Inflammation in Overweight Adults with Moderate Asthma.”

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All of these increases should require a pronounced increase in caloric needs.

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  • im zig zagging between 500 and 700 calories and i walk 30 mins a day do some abs workout for 20 mins and cycle for 1-2 hrs a day and i think i hit a plateau the 1st week i lost around 2 kgs

  • Does the protein source impact the how hard it is for the body to burn the food? Ex: 27% of the calories use for a steak but fewer % for a pea protein powder?

  • I don’t mean to be obtuse, however you seem to be contradicting the other gentleman in the TEDx Talk. What in specific do you not agree with? In his last 10 seconds he said, 1) eat less, 2) move more, 3) keep breathing. Do you disagree with this? He specifically said that “breathing more” isn’t feasible as that leads to hyperventilation. As smart as you both are, you both did not depict the absolute fastest way to lose weight. I would argue the fastest way to lose 15 pounds is to cut your arm off.

  • i’ve been trying to figure this out for a while. I’m trying to build muscle and everything says something different. who the hell knows what’s right?!

  • This is amazing…just what I need after Christmas ��. I consumed gazillion calories past few days. I have the fitbit watch and app. I am going to use them properly. Thank you again Dr.

  • I know it’s quite simple to factor out how much to consume but I feel I went wrong somewhere I tallied up and the final product was 4,900 calories??? Is that even healthy haha

  • Yeah, I too am guilty of jumping through diet plan to others as well, I do believe that I must have tested every single fat loss program that was available, however eventually not one of them helped me to reduce and keep the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time with the Custokebon Secrets mainly because my mate who told me unbelivable things about it and so far to date I’ve successfully lost 16 lbs in 3 weeks!

  • So so so many videos out there, THIS is the best, great information, easy to apply, engaging and most of all a really genuine guy.

  • i feels like this video is only getting attention because it is trying to piggyback the Tedx talk by Ruben.
    it would benefit from heavy editing to make a clearer point.

  • Hello, I wanted to know why I actually lost a few inches and a lot of fat yet my weight has decreased very little maybe the muscles I gained are adding up to the weight and minimising my general weight loss. What do you think about that? Thank you.

  • Hello Ginger, thanks for your videos, do you have some advice to not loose muscles? I’m on my second week of keto ( i eat 60-70% of fat)! Thanks

  • what tf you actually WANT to eat more calories!?! I thought this sht was too LOOSE weight not GAIN weight!! How does eating more calories actually make you LOSE fat! Your Literally Gaining more WTF!

  • Excellent presentation Dr. Freilich! Hopefully more people will stumble on this well researched, intelligent and hope giving video.

  • Always wondered how eating more help fatloss until I tried after watching this video. THANKS MIKE.been going to gym more than a year now but my bodayfat got stuck in 12-14%. after watching this video,
    been two weeks eating 2200 cal (15-1700 b4) and my routine gym workout,body fat 10% and lost 1.7kg weight����

  • What happened to your weight when you went back to your normal eating pattern? Were you able to keep it off? (Thinking of people who do Egg Fasts, unless they transition carefully, a lot of the weight comes back quickly, even if they were keto before and after).

  • what a piece of bs lol… 2k ccals for some untrained 120kilos guy with 35% bf is deadly already, he ain’t got any muscle to burn even 2000 ccals, and you talk about increasing? ridiculous shit… how an untrained individual with 70 kilos of muscle mass and 50kg of fat is supposed to even burn that?
    you talking from the perspective of a fit individuum like yourself, even an average guy with some gym experience won’t loose any fat.. this is very basic approach ‘gaining muscle and loosing fat in the same time’, the best approach for above mentioned guys is to cut drastically calories, i.e. if their bmr is 2200 ccals, start with 1500 and go down to as low as 700-800 in duration of couple months, controlling blood work..

    you are talking about guys with just small excess wait, for those heavily overweight they need to get rid of at least some fat first, say to 15% bf, before they can start thinking about clean bulk..
    whatever, all i’m saying is that this approach works for people in 10-20% bf, those above need to get rid (and agressively) of fat first, they will not burn anything on 2000+ ccals/day (p.s. our body does not know what ‘day’ is, so tying everything to 24 hours is a bit silly).

  • If you ask me, it’s really hard to gain muscle and lose weight at the same time, but website called Next Level Diet is great for that. They also calculate your BMI and calorie intake for FREE and provide you with diet meal plan and training plan.

  • Mate you’re bloody hilarious. Love your vids and ho you tell it like it is. May be I need more friends from ‘up north’ lol. Going to be in Dubai at some stage would be cool to connect. I have some fun stuff actually you could get involved in tho looks like you’ve got your hands full…

  • I’m gonna go up to 3000 calories instantly! Try and stop me, you won’t be able too!

    There’s naught you can do to stop me. My mind is made up. I shall eat and I shall LIKE IT!

    Yes yes yes feed the machine. Like building a house, out of pizza.

  • This is probably your best video. I think people are quick to say steroids etc but they don’t realize how dedicated you are day in day out.

  • Great It’s amazing and easy to follow the rules for weight loss. In this video peoples rules the follow and weight loss easily. Thanks for sharing the information. I like it so much. Thanks

  • I am 6.1 and was 83k in late December, I decided to begin working out, getting old not a good idea to be lazy, I love it i’m at the Gym 5 am no problems 4 5 times a week 2 months later and now I am 77k I’m skinny not trying to lose any weight before anyone tells me to eat more, i take 5 meals a day. 2000 cals a day almost no carbs no bread no milk only white rice

  • I am eating 2,500cal a day, but i dont eat that much carbs(100g) should i eat more carbs if im trying to lose fat but gain muscle mass?

  • A question for you. When using Fitbit app, do I track standing activities such as cooking or folding laundry? I noticed that if I stand without making steps Fitbit registers same calories burned as sleeping.

  • I noticed when I eat more protein I lift longer and more weight. When I eat more carbs I wanna do my cardio longer. Is there a correlation between diet and activity?

  • Your content is so helpful. Been doing 600 cal HIIT sessions every day, training twice a day on 1600 calories obsessing over the numbers on the scale and very little results. Thanks for this.

  • insulin is neither the only nor single most important hormone involved in fat storage.  Rather, a little compound called acylation stimulation protein (ASP) has been described as “the most potent stimulator of fat storage in the fat cell”.  And ASP levels can go up without an increase in insulin.

  • Something to consider is there are strong arguments to believe that higher metabolism causes shorter lifespan. The one thing all men who have lived over 100 years have in common is they are skinny guys with low metabolism. Or even consider dogs. Dogs like great danes with high metabolism live about 7 years, smaller terriers that don’t have as high a metabolism are known to live 20 years.

  • What do you suggest for the man that does not eat vegetables? I have never been able to eat veggies, cannot get around to actually eat the damned things.

  • When it comes to eating healthy, you have to never fall victim to modern fad diet plans. Extreme diet plans undoubtedly are a danger for your health, especially ones that seriously limit your daily nutritionary intake. Many of these fad diet plans work for a short period of time and then the benefits decrease after a while. You should search Custokebon Secrets on google since it is not just another fad diet where you starve yourself.

  • Love this bro. Legit made so much sense and has opened my eyes to what I need to fix in terms of my training and my nutrition when I start my cut in a few days ��

  • Lose bodyfat not weight! This was a great video man! I am reverse dieting now and doing basically what you said in this video… Im gettng leaner and not really losing “too much weight”

  • Thank you thank you thank you! I am skinny fat been cutting for 16 weeks and you nailed it! Smaller version of myself and starving all the time, I’ve lost 25 lbs and have gained some muscle but no real gains just holding what I have. I’ll start a small calorie increase and see have it goes.

  • Great vid. My only problem is nutrition and counting macros/portions. Working out 5/6 times a week consistently now for the past 3 weeks, definitely seeing improvement in strength and how I can handle the intensity better than the beginning, but would love to just know exactly how much and what to eat��

  • I’ve never done weight lifting before and I think I’ve gone to the gym once in my whole life. Started watching Mike’s holiday videos because they were in my recommended section. Ever since then I watch a video a day for meal preps and lifestyle influence. Now I find myself going to the gym everyday. Wtf…

  • I truly can attest to the differences in how my body responses after the age of 40. Thanks for help decoding the puzzle of diet and food choices. Great information.

  • I’ve been training now for nearly 3 years. I’ve trained upper 3 days and legs 2 days. I’ve also tried 2 days on day off and two days on again. I’m eating to maintain weight because everything I’ve tried in order to grow and lose belly fat has never worked. Increased cardio, eaten less you name it. I’ve never missed a gym session and I’ve hit every macro every day. I can’t put on size and my belly fat is the same now as it was 3 years ago. I’ve added 3 stone to my weight and gone from a 38 jacket to a 44. But I cannot lift more to failure and I’m consuming only 2600 kcal. I’m 46 and I’m 91kg. Nothing I do works. It shows that consistency and trying to do things right for some doesn’t work. It’s genetics. It’s all BS. I push myself hard and eating more I’ve proven just puts on more belly fat. Never jumped loads of kcal only 100kcal at a time. You can’t just lift more each week it’s impossible. And eating more only results in more fat. Done everything possible to grow. Nothing works. I’ve given up. Gym and body composition suits some but for others it’s impossible to get a really good body no matter what you do. After 3 years I’m not cut and defined. I’m just bulkier but with no muscle look. It’s all crap all this bodybuilding

  • How is you hairline so good after your surgery �� every other person I’ve seen had bad hairlines even after surgery, I’m jealous of you lol

  • Thanks mike for the very clear strategies. Being a mature but fairly new lifter just 3 years in i am in a limbo of increased calories causing the extra stubborn fat despite consistent overload and increased weight. Strength is great and diet very tracked so i suppose some HIT may out way the half hour jog or bike. Thanks for the theories anyhow ��

  • I have lost 10lbs in just one month by following diet plan from *Next Level Diet*. It’s really a great tool. I recommended it to my family members and we all started to eat and live healthier. Long live #NextLevelDiet.

  • ERRATA CORRIGE: on the muscle loss conclusions I am referring to the screenshots in wrong terms. the 0.2 difference is in percentage of fat. Going back to my account the lean mass loss was 700g over the 2.8kg

  • Nope. You don’t need exercise. Your body will consume 1500 calories just not dying. Sorry, you’ve missed the point of the physicist.

    It’s still only a simple math problem. Eat less than you use and you will lose.

    I should trademark that.

  • Hey great video..i really like how informative you are in explaining calorie intake..im trying to gain muscle mass by looking more toned..now im working on getting a set nutrition so i can maintain a healthy diet

  • Bellissimo video, come sempre! L’ho rivisto dopo mesi perché stavo pensando di fare per qualche giorno un cambio di alimentazione (sono keto da 18 mesi) per lo stallo in cui mi trovo da parecchi mesi.. c’è da dire che non devo perdere ancora tanto, sono 63 kg x 1.68m (partivo da 91 circa).. ma la mia % di grasso è alta, 36%. Quindi pensavo di fare un beef and butter fast, mi pareva interessante, anche x la possibilità di mangiare uova e pesce oltre che carne. Ma pensi che mi possa causare problemi per la gluconeogenesi da troppe proteine? Dici che sarebbe meglio un egg fast o magari aumentare la % di grassi? Ho iniziato la dieta keto perché ero prediabetica e noto che, come te, sono sensibile alle proteine della carne e del pesce, che mi fanno aumentare la glicemia se le porzioni sono troppo generose.
    Ti ringrazio se vorrai darmi un tuo parere, e un saluto anche al tuo lovely assistant Robin!��

  • i already have my third glass of 70g heavy cream (36% fat, 3% carbs) with water and grained broth today. it really tastes nice.:-)
    later a salad with about 7g carbs 5g protein and 70g fat (from olive oil).
    maybe at the afternoon 4 scrambled eggs (about 28g protein) and after that the same drink and maybe a second salad. let’s see. one insulin spike per day with 28g protein is maybe a good balance to not be catabolic and still get more insulin sensitive.
    the connection between lower protein and improved insulin sensitivity is interesting.
    this study is on the carb side and maybe not completely the same on the keto side but it shows the difference very nice:
    https://www.cell.com/cell-reports/fulltext/S2211-1247(16)31286-4
    (and after heavy binge drinking one week ago i have to focus more on getting rid of the insulin resistance that is coming with it. well, the liver can not handle everything:-) )
    to boost the whole thing i also take berberine i noticed also the decrease in hunger. maybe chromium picolinate too?

  • Correct me if I’m wrong your fat mass % stays around the same at the end of the experiment, while your total mass has dropped. Doesn’t that imply there is some sort of muscle loss along with your fat loss? Like everything went down proportionally? Cause if you don’t have a muscle loss and only lose fat, the fat mass % should be lower.
    This is an interesting experiment! New sub here

  • why did you think you must be losing muscle? isnt point of autophagy that your body is recycling damaged cells, excess skin etc.? im doing a 4 day fast at the moment on day 4, measured my blood sugar this morning and it is 4.4 which is great, i normally have a morning spike in the high 5 range. any thoughts on fat fasting v actual fasting toward the end of a weight loss journey? im 78kg but need to get to 73kg to get a normal bmi. would you alternate? or focus on one type?

  • ok, i will try something between keto and a fat fast. so to keep the carbs below 10g and protein below 50g per day. that should not be too catabolic and will be interesting regarding the result:-)
    btw. can a fat fast be catabolic to the muscles? dr. steven phinney is allergic to talking about fasting because of the potetial loss of muscles but jason fung stated that there is a breakdown of protein a so called protein turnaround. but that does not automatically mean that your are losing muscle. (except if you work out too heavy and there is no nutrition there to repair the muscles)
    but if you look at some food database under ‘lardo’ you will find that this ‘pure’ delicious pork fat does still have a few % protein. i guess that nice pork fat is not so much different than our own body fat.
    so if there is a lot of autophagy going on and some fat cells are not only empty but getting destroyed i guess there is also some tissue around or maybe part of the fat cell that is protein and is getting free and therefor nutrient for other cells?
    i guess when i try something between keto and a fat fast i will use my “mr sandman’s magic cocktail from esn” supplement to prevent loss of sleep. it also contains a little bit of melatonin and for the first night that might help:-)
    biohacking is fun, isn’t it:-)

  • I spent the first 6 months of my journey eating way less than I should have, yes I’ve lost 70 pounds (220 145), but 20 pounds of that was muscle, now I’m 145 with a body fat percentage of 16%, was originally 35%. I was eating about 1400 calories a day, with going to the gym and working out everyday, when I should have been eating 2000 2200. My lean body mass went from 145 to 125, mistakes have been made, but I have educated myself properly now, and am pushing to fix those mistakes.

  • Dr. Freilich-a question for you. In your opinion are HR based models of Fitbit more accurate at tracking calories burned than non-HR?

  • I tried something this weekend, three of us ordered a dominos pizza, we each had different amounts of it and each one of us gained between 4 and 10 pounds, we were all keto before. Back on keto now but it was interesting to see the immediate changes, now back to ketosis after a fast but really made us all see just how little things can really make a huge difference. Another interesting point was how tired we all felt after a high carb meal. In one slice its all of your carb alotment for the day and considering that before I could easily get through half a whole pizza, really made me think.

  • I lost 17 lbs while adhering to the “fetching tuti space” (Google it). I can`t suggest this program enough if you are willing to invest in transforming your lifestyle with the result of healthy weight reduction. It really is gratifying for me to observe some of the fat being eliminated from my body..

  • Great video Dr.Frelich! I figured out a long time ago working as a logger (lumber jack) in the cold that most of what I ate was going to maintain the body’s temperature. In the summer, despite doing very hard work for 8 hours, we could get by on a fairly light lunch. In the winter, an hour or so before lunch we would start to get cold even working hard. (we would work in exposed areas where even the dumbest of beasts would not place themselves). A hour or so after lunch, a big one with lots of calories, it was like someone had turned on the hot water. Hands and feet would warm up and one could feel new energy surging thru the body.

  • I went to the link for my BMR, did some exploring on that site, found they recommend fluoride as a mineral we should be taking?! Eugenicide…

  • Dr Jason Fung has been saying this all along…calories in calories out in not relevant…..to loose weight. I listen to this expert in his field. Good on you for working this out for yourself. He also says Fat is natural appetite suppressant (and you don’t loose muscle)….so most people would not want to eat that much fat. If you naturally listened to your appetite you may not have needed to eat that much fat and your body would still have been running/burning it’s own fat. Have you listened to his talk about Protein? Congrats on your research.

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    I ALSO DO MY DAILY ROUTINE 6 DAYS A WEEK OF EXERCISES DAILY EVERYDAY WHICH INCLUDES BRISK WALKING, JOGGING, RUNNING, AND JUMPING JACKS AND SKIPPING VERY LITTLE BIT OF AND LITTLE BIT OF STAIRS CLIMBING JUST OF 10 MINTS MOST PROBABLY

    SO PLZ TELL ME WHILE DOING MY THIS OR THAT THESE WEIGHT FAT LOSS PROGRAM CAN I EAT THIS OR THESE TYPES OF FOOD MEALS INTAKES IN MY STOMACH OR IN MY WHOLE BODY IN THROUGHOUT MY WHOLE FULL ONE DAY OR EVERYDAY TELL ME THIS TO ME MY FRND

    OR EVEN I CAN EAT THIS OR THAT PARTICULAR FOOD ITEMS OR MEALS PORTIONS IN MY DAILY FULL DAY ROUTINE EVERYDAY THAN HOW MUCH AND HOW MANY THIS THING U PLZ TELL ME IN EACH AND EVERY QUANTITIES IN DIGITS OR IN HOW MANY GRAMS OR KG SOMETHING LIKE THAT OR IN ANY BOWL OR ANY PLATE OR ETC ETC TO ME MY FRND OK PLZ HA

    BISCUITS (HIDE N SEEK, MARIE GOLD, AND OTHER CASHEW MIXED OR BUTTER OR ANY Cardamom (Elaichi) OR VANILA OR ANY OTHER FLAVORS OF BISCUITS AND COOKIES)

    TEA (WITH MILK AND SUGAR)

    INDIAN CHAPATI

    INDAIN CURRY

    BREAD

    RICE

    LEGUMES

    MILLETS

    LENTILS

    VEGETABLES

    PARANTHA

    BUTTER

    GHEE

    OIL

    MULTIGRAIN BREADS

    WHITE BREAD AND BROWN BREAD

    SANDWICH TOAST

    BUTTER TOAST

    POTATO TOAST

    ICE CREAMS

    RUSK

    FAN

    Mathri

    SALT MERCURY (NAMAK PAAREY)

    CHOCOLATES

    WAFERS

    ALMONDS

    WALNUTS

    CASHEWS

    RAISINS

    TEA ( HOW MANY CUPS IN A DAY WITH OR WITHOUT TEA AND OR WITHOUT MILK )

    TOFFEES

    NAMKEENS (SALTY)

    ROASTED GRAM (BHUNA CHANA)

    POPCORN

    JAGGERY

  • I’ve found out that keto is a great tool for weight maintenance. Ketosis only keep your appetite under control but won’t make you lose weight. Now, you don’t need to be in ketosis to lose weight, just in a calorie deficit.

  • Anybody tested out the Custokebon Secrets (google search it)? I have heard many awesome things about this popular fat loss system.

  • Hi Mike, I want to lose weight and want to build six packs. How much calories my intake should be? I am currently 88kg, height 183cm. My current intake is 1800 calories with burning 600 with daily exercise.

  • I need help I’m eating 3 clean meals a day but when I count my calories it only comes up to 800 when I need at least 2100 to stay healthy as I am 6 ft 5 238 pounds.

  • I wanna lose weight and gain muscle.
    So if I cut 500 calories I won’t gain muscle and if I add 300 calories I’ll gain muscle is this correct?
    Anyone’s help would be appreciated thank you

  • This is an informative and useful video about best weight loss diet plan for men. I have learned a different type of diet plan from this video. Thanks for sharing this video with us.

  • true, after the age of 40 maintaining good health is really a big task in now a days. i will definitely follow your suggestions and i will pass on this information.

  • I’m definitely going to show my dad this video. He’s been trying to get rid of his beer belly. But he’s having a hard time and losing hope. I think he will find this video very helpful. Thanks for making this video.

  • We’ve been trying to get my dad on a diet for a long time, I think we finally might be able to convince him with your diet. It’s flexible, you don’t have to starve yourself like other diets, and all the food you mention sounds delicious. Thanks for your help, your videos are making my whole family healthier now.

  • I still stick by the philosophy that the best diet is one that the individual will adhere to on a consistent basis. Great information as usual!

  • This was a great video. I’ve been watching these videos and enjoying the ideas, its just so EASY to take that step to get out and get started.Thx for the tips!!!! Look forward to more!!!����

  • Wow great video! It’s packed with so much helpful information! I’ve always had carbs for breakfast, but after watching this, I’m going to change to low-carbs as Dr. Balduzzi recommends. The breakfast shake he showed looks awesome, I’m going to try making that. My dad has been trying to lose weight for a while, so I’m going to share this video and the meal plans with him. thanks for all the great info!!

  • I stay on the warrior diet (one meal a day) instead of doing a keto diet. Fasting is more effective for entering ketosis anyways and there’s no keto flu.

  • Guys, losing weight doesn’t have to be difficult (I used to think it did). I’ll give you some advice right now. Look for a diet plan called Custokebon Secrets. Seriously, that diet plan has transformed my life. I probably shouldn’t even be mentioning it because I don’t want a bunch of other folks out there running the same “game” but whatever, I am in a good mood today so I will share the wealth haha.

  • Keto flu is a response to not eating leafy greens, not eating enough nutrient dense foods. Your potassium/magnesium levels need to be maintained. Lost 100 pounds on a healthy keto version found on Dr. Berg’s and Diet Doctor’s channel. If I had done cycling as suggested here, I doubt I would have lost as much. Since I have done the cycling, I am more tired. love the bulletproof ingredients but disagree with this article.

  • Dear Simon, I am surprised by your reaction to my TEDx Talk. Could you please elaborate on which parts of my presentation which, in your reply to M Skeetskee, you implied to be 1) not true 2) not worth sharing 3) ridiculous, and 4) shrouded in colourful demonstration? I did accidentally call low-carbohydrate diets “low-protein” diets, but you seem to have other issues with my presentation. Looking forward to your response. Kind regards, Ruben

  • So for me it say my BMR is 2401.95, I have for over a month now only been taking in about 1300, so should be caloric deficit. I walk over 9miles a day at work and I am still pound for pound the same weight. Any suggestions.

  • Thank you for the clarification. I have been researching dieting information as a lay person for years. Yours was the most consolidating of all good diet research I have read or viewed to date. It is, largely behavioural. I will be sharing your video with friends.
    One further question has kept coming to mind since I watched your presentation. That is, once the weight is lost, it takes diligence to keep it off. In fact most serious researchers will point out that unless lifestyle changes have been made, the probability that the weight will return, perhaps even more, is very high. You were successful in losing a good deal of weight fairly quickly (and with a punishing calorie restriction….1500 per day). How long has it been since achieving that goal? Have you any other insights about keeping it off, or if you have regained what did you observe?

  • I was like maybe if I eat less and do more, I’d lose weight, and dude, I did a HIIIT with biking. My blood sugar dropped down lol. Almost fainted, so now I eat carbs at night before a heavy workout on the next day

  • Cyclical keto is a bad idea (results in lean muscle loss than fat loss..for study ref:dr.jacob Wilson uni of tempa)..in my personal opinion,after being keto adapted,if one still feel miserable,then “carb back loading “ is the only strategy where one can enjoy mild ketosis during day n then have carbs at night after work out..but one should try keto diet for atleast a month to see if he/she enjoys the feeling of ketosis.i think it takes 3 to 6 months to be almost fully keto adapted..depending on body type /cortisol levels /circadian rhythm sleep patterns etc

  • Stop wasting your time on calculating every single calorie. Visit Next Level Diet and check your calorie intake for FREE. You can choose any kinds of fruits, nuts, vegetables and meats and get personalized meal plan which contains only food you like.

  • whats your view of fasting maybe with a small amount of fat? i do IF and OMAD but contemplating a 5 day fast but would like to have some bullet coffees

  • While you add size you will inevitably get more defined, however you must not gain fat and stay at the same bf which most people don’t do because they jump on bulking eating too many callories

  • But what if I am only working out 3 times a week for 1 hour? Is there even a REASON to increase calories? Or should I just stay at my usual 2000c.

  • Im bored of calculating calories intake and BMI. NextLevelDiet website does it for FREE. They also provide personalized training plan and diet plan with amazing recipes.

  • I was having a pizza with my friend when he said he was on a diet and pizza is his regular cheat meal and part of diet plan he got from *Next Level Diet*. I thought he was crazy, but after a month I noticed his body has changed a lot. He looked better than ever. I should really visit that website

  • Is there a better feeling than eating a pizza without a guilt knowing that it wouldn’t mess up your fitness plans? *Next Level Diet*, thank you for everything!

  • rd some guy lost 12kg in just one month by following diet plan from *Next Level Diet*, so I tried that too. Although I didn’t lose that much, I could say this thing really works

  • Anyone tried the Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard many unbelivable things about it and my friend lost a ton of weight with Custokebon Secrets (do a search on google).

  • You’re such a champ! Good video. Surprising to hear someone in this game is actually happy with their physique but easy to see why. Legend!

  • I GOT SIX PACK IN ONE MONTH!!! I took diet plan from *Next Level Diet*. With their diet plan and tips, transformation is guaranteed, trust me. They also provide you with training plan and healthy recipes.

  • The visual representation is very effective. And here I am, very very consistent and disciplined but stucked at a 1800kcal just not to gain fat. I drove my low carb diet years too long

  • Very interesting! Thank you for this data. Fats are my goto every time my ED raises its ugly head. Fats are the only thing that gives me self-control if I have them at 85%. I get so much flack from my family just because they don’t understand. Now I’m just going to direct them to your video. As always love your delivery of information.
    Blessings ��

  • I hope everyone here appreciates what this wonderfully awesome lady has done here! Ginger, you brave girl, thank you so much! I don’t think I would have made it 5 days! This was really eye opening and informative. I hope you are recovering from this little experiment, we need you healthy! Love, love, love your videos!

  • Can someone please help me? So, if I calculate my LBΜ instead of BMR, do I now use the LBΜ term instead of the BMR for the rest of the calculations? For example, for my bulking, calories = LBM * 1.725 + 300?

  • Love this video. 10 great tips without saying exactly what foods to each. Find your favorite foods, then break it down to fit in this “system” and you will be good to go. Just remember to not overeat and see if you can make your food a few times a week. This way you won’t go crazy:)

  • My issue is, I want to loose fat on my stomach. Is that possible if I dial up my calorie intake to a level where it exceeds my calorie output, or should I focus on loosing the fat first by calorie deficit and then add muscles on when I’m done loosing fat?

  • Thanks for the video. I find the calorie deficit calculations very confusing and inaccurate. I’m a 37 year old sedentary job 5’8 male of 154 pounds. I work out with weights 5 days a week and spin bike 45 minutes a day. I think I’m supposed to eat a little under 1800 calories a day to lose weight, but I’m not sure. When I plug in my food and exercise into MyFitnessPal, it gives me another 300 calories that I can eat per day. Should I not log my exercise and just do the food?

  • I need help! I have a bad muffin top and can’t seem to loose it. My weight changes a lot and I can’t seem to get the body that I would like to have. No matter how manny videos I watch about loosing body fat I can’t seem to find one that works. Got any tips?

  • Unless this guys workout is running to the moon then bench pressing it he’s full of shit, no way he needs nearly 4000 calories, what a maniac

  • Wait a minute, so I’m about 200lbs, I’m trying to lose weight. Currently my BMR is 1,958 and I’m eating roughly around 1,500 a day while exercising frequently throughout the day. Is this bad?

  • Any higher level of carbs will cause a glucose spike and thereby an insulin spike. These constant spikes are the leading cause of self inflicted disease. Cyclical ketosis can also be called cyclical insulin spikes. Any spike isn’t good and constant spikes even if weekly, may have long term negative effects. As of now, I think Dr. Colbert’s Keto Diet is best, and I’m paraphrasing, once you hit your goal weight begin adding HEALTHY carbs slowly. Once you stay at a a constant healthy weight, keep to that carb limit.

  • Funny thing about “construction” jobs is, the more money you make, the less physical work you do. The skilled tradesmen don’t work as hard as the laborers and the apprentices.

  • According to what you just said I should eat around 2299 kcal per day to maintain the same weight but I eat like 1800 kcal per day and manage to stay the same year in and out. How’s that possible??

  • Great video.  Should I be using my lean body mass weight or acual weight in a BMR calculator?  Are there different formula’s for specific weight parameters?