How to Achieve a Caloric Deficit without Counting Calories

How to Achieve a Caloric Deficit without Counting Calories 

This is a questions I receive all the time. Counting calories is a mentally exhausting task that, in my opinion, can really cause a lot of negative stress on the. body. A caloric deficit is essential for weight loss and can be achieved in a number of ways without tracking calories. Here are three examples:

1. Eat more fiber-rich foods slowly: Foods that are high in fiber, such as vegetables, fruits, and whole grains, can help you feel fuller for longer and prevent overeating - but only if you consume them at a slower pace. The stomach will expand and the hormones will tell the brain that you are full. These foods are also generally lower in calories, making it easier to create a caloric deficit.

2. Incorporate more physical activity into your routine: By increasing your activity level, the ability to burn more calories and create a deficit goes up. This can be as simple as going for a walk after dinner or taking the...

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