The Simplicity of How to Burn Fat 24/7

The Simplicity of How to Burn Fat 24/7

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hey I’m back and in this video I want to share with you the simplicity of why people can’t lose weight using these simple batteries right here so over here we have a very large battery okay this would be equivalent to your fat okay an average person who is not overweight is carrying around about a hundred thousand calories of potential energy a person that is overweight or obese does carrying probably double that 200,000 calories I think that’s like thirteen thousand grams of fat okay now over here we have a smaller battery or energy storage this is called glycogen this has 1,700 calories of potential energy so we’ve got a hundred thousand to 1,700 and then we got this tiny little battery which is carrying around about 15 calories okay about 4 grams of sugar in your blood it’s like one teaspoon of sugar right here for the blood sugar to be normal okay of course an average person is consuming a lot more than that but these are the three types of fuels that you’re actually running your body on now would it make sense that you’d want to tap into fat so rarely does an average person ever get a chance to tap into the fat simply because they don’t understand this one simple thing there’s a switch right here which tells the body if it’s going to burn fat or glycogen or the sugar in the blood okay and that switch is insulin if insulin goes up okay this becomes blocked and you’re only using this right here if we reduce insulin then we can tap into fat right here now the big question is what controls the insulin to things it’s amount of carbs that you consume and the frequency of how many times you can you eat in general those two things increase insulin and keep you right over here okay if you consume a lot of carbs like a lot of people do an average American consumes over 250 to grams of carbs okay every day to be able to burn fat you got to bring that down that less than 50 now when you chronically consume a lot of carbs okay you start developing damage with this switch it’s called insulin resistance now it’s going to be really hard to tap into fat even when you do things correctly now when you finally get someone on the right plan and you decrease the frequency of eating you decrease their carbs it could take some time to fix this switch okay it could take a month could take six months or longer the key is sticking to it until the switch is fixed so you can eventually tap into the fat and this explains why it takes some time with certain people to really tap into the fat simply because they have a lot of insulin resistance because they’ve done the carb thing chronically too long the best thing to do is to focus on other indicators of health because it’s good healthy to lose weight not lose weight to get healthy I’m talking about your cravings and your hunger if that’s going down if your energy is going up then that means it’s working all you have to do is give it more time now for those of you that are new I put a link down below of exactly how to combine lowering your carbs and not eating so frequently it’s called healthy ketosis and intrument if fasting so click the link down below study it learn about it apply it get the results but make sure that you focus on getting healthy first before you start losing the weight and that way you won’t set yourself up for a failure thanks for watching so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications

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Timestamps
0:09 Explaining fat burning using batteries 
1:07 The three types of fuel 
1:23 What you need to understand
1:50 What controls insulin?
2:04 How to burn fat 
2:20 Insulin resistance 
2:37 When you’re on the right path
3:09 The best thing to do 

In this video, I want to share with you the simplicity of why people can’t lose weight. 

Fat burning explained:

The large battery — is equivalent to fat (about 100,000 calories of potential energy)

The medium battery — is glycogen (about 1700 calories of potential energy)

The small better — is carrying around 15 calories (1 tsp. of sugar for the blood sugar to be normal)

The above are the three types of fuels that you run your body on. Wouldn’t it make sense to tap into fat? The average person rarely gets to tap into fat and lose weight simply because they don’t understand this one simple thing.

There is a switch that tells the body which fuel it’s going to burn. When you reduce insulin, you can tap into fat. 

What controls insulin?

1. The amount of carbs you consume
2. How many times you eat in general

These two things increase insulin and keep you from fat burning. An average American consumes over 250-300g of carbs per day. To burn fat, you need to reduce that number to less than 50g. 

When you chronically consume a lot of carbs, you start to develop damage to this switch. This is called insulin resistance. This makes it really hard to tap into fat even when you do things correctly. 

When you’re on the right eating plan, and you decrease your frequency of eating, it could take time to fix this switch. The key is sticking to it until the switch is fixed, so you can tap into the fat and lose weight.

The best thing to do is to focus on other indicators of health. It’s get healthy to lose weight, not lose weight to get healthy. For example, if your hunger and cravings are going down and your energy is going up, that means it’s working, and you just need to give it more time. 

To combine lowering your carbs and not eating too frequently, you need to try healthy ketosis and intermittent fasting.

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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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