Video | Problems with Late-Night Eating | Fasting Hours | Dinner Macros | Stoppers | ACV
More than half of us are all-day grazers, eating for 15 hours or longer every day. We also eat the majority of our calories – more than 35% of them – at night after 6 pm (1).
That late-night eating comes with a number of metabolic consequences, and a new study shows that it actually increases hunger, reduces the calories you burn throughout the day, and leads to changes in fat tissue that make weight loss harder.
If weight loss and better metabolic health are your goals, it pays to have a strategy for handling the hours before bedtime. This blog post shares what to eat, when to fast, and a few tips to make the whole thing easy to follow, more enjoyable, and effective.
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Video | Weight Loss | Appetite Control | Blood Sugar Stability | Digestion Rest | Reduced Temptation | No-Snack Challenge
The most common question I get starts with these three words, “Can I have.” Nine times out of ten, the question is about a snack, and the underlying question is can I lose weight and still eat [fill in the blank]?
We live in a world where snacks are available everywhere, so it is understandable to wonder which snacks are okay when weight loss becomes a focus. However, even the healthiest snack can undermine your weight loss progress. This blog post explains why and shares how tweaking your eating pattern so that you are eating more at mealtimes and snacking less can give you the weight loss edge you’re looking for.
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Video | Get Fat-Adapted | Avoid Low-Fat | Avoid Inconsistency | Avoid Forcing Change | Avoid Temptation
Anyone can get fat-adapted by changing their food choices and eating schedule in ways that encourage continual low insulin levels.
Fat adaptation refers to your body’s ability to convert fat to energy. When you’re fat-adapted, your body is less dependent on quick-energy foods like carbohydrates. Instead, it taps into your energy-rich body fat to power your day.
With that energy source now readily available, you experience less hunger, sustained energy, and better fat loss. This blog post shares how to get fat adapted and four things that can knock you off course.
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