Eat Less, Lower Your Calories & Lose Weight Myth

Eat Less, Lower Your Calories & Lose Weight Myth

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hey guys dr. Berg here in this video I want to shed some light on this myth called to eat less and lose weight myth all right first of all it’s been totally proven that this does not work ok what happens when you reduce your calories your body will automatically compensate by slowing the metabolism down ok it may work the first time you do it but the more you do it over and over and over and over it works less and less less to the point where it won’t work at all okay so you’ll shut down your what’s called a set point so let’s say you’re about 185 and you’re just plateaued you will not be able to get lower than that if you try to go lower than that your body is going to crave like crazy and be really hungry and then it will slow down the metallicy even more ok so dieting in general slows your metabolism secondly we’re gonna talk about weight loss versus fat loss sometimes you read these books that say you can lose 15 pounds of actual fat in two weeks that is a lie you can’t lose it’s it’s impossible to lose more than two pounds of fat per week if anyone says you can lose more than that they’re lying to you ok you can’t it’s two pounds but if you’re interested in water weight you can lose 10 pounds in a week of water weight but not more than two ok of actual fat it’s real easy to lose water weight ok just cut out the carbs and you need high potassium foods okay that’s vegetables boom you’ll lose water weight but if you’re interested in fat loss that’s a whole different thing ok so the maximum of two pounds of fat per week is that’s what a healthy metabolism if you have an unhealthy metabolism and you’re losing one pound of fat per week that’s not bad okay it’s not bad so if you understand that at least maybe you won’t be as frustrated going into this because sometimes your expectation is a little bit more than what’s real ok I want I don’t want to set you up for a loss if you can lose 1 pound of actual fat per week I think you should be happy with that if it’s consistent and you can stay at that over a period of time now there is no such thing oh yeah there are things that you read on internet like one person was saying there’s no such thing as bad food it’s just calories too many calories you know there is such thing as bad food probably the people that are telling you that are the people that are making sodas and doughnuts and they’re saying there’s no such thing as bad junk food just eat it in moderation that is another myth there are bad foods now if we want to lose fat we want to study the fat cell itself and understand this little fat cell if you cut calories you do not have a dramatic effect on the fat cell if you cut sugar you’ll cut insulin that you will have an effect on the fat cell so the fat cell is regulated by insulin if you lower insulin by cutting sugar out you will lose weight okay so we want to starve your body not of calories but of the sugar to drop the insulin which forces your body to burn fat and there’s other a lot of other data on too on fat metabolism in some of my other videos but the point is that if you eat less it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re going to lose weight any any long term type thing okay so just to summarize you need to lower insulin by lowering sugar to be able to really tap into the fat and there’s a lot more information on the fat cell and what to do and how to lose more fat in some of the other videos I hope this helped and I will see in the next video

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