How does Stress affect Fat Loss?

How does Stress affect Fat Loss?

Stress can have an enormous effect on fat loss because it can lead to an increase in the stress hormone cortisol, which can cause the body to hold onto fat stores, particularly in the abdominal area.

Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal gland in response to stress. Due to its nature it's often referred to as the "stress hormone." However, cortisol plays a number of important roles in the body, including regulating blood pressure, glucose metabolism, and the immune system.

Chronic stress may also lead to poor or even lack of sleep. This can have a negative impact on fat loss efforts, as well as an increase in appetite and cravings for unhealthy foods.

Additionally, stress can greatly interfere with physical activity and healthy eating habits, which are really important for supporting fat loss. It is so important to manage stress in a healthy way and to focus on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including a balanced diet and regular physical...

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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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What's the Difference from Losing Weight and Losing Fat?

What's the Difference from Losing Weight and Losing Fat?

There is quite a large difference between fat loss and weight loss. Weight loss refers to a decrease in overall body weight, which can result in the loss of a variety of factors, including the loss of fat, muscle mass, and water weight. No one wants to lose muscle mass, and water weight can fluctuate like crazy.

Fat loss, on the other hand, refers specifically to the loss of body fat. The scary thing is, it's possible to lose weight without losing fat! if you lose muscle mass or if you are dehydrated. Conversely, it is also possible to lose fat without losing weight. For instance if you gain muscle mass at the same time that you lose fat. It is important to focus on fat loss rather than weight loss because losing fat can have a number of health benefits, such as improving body composition, insulin sensitivity, and cardiovascular health, while losing weight may not necessarily lead to these benefits.

This concept that fat loss...

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Where is the first place you Lose Fat from?

Where is the first place you lose fat from? 

Where is the first place you lose fat from? This is a question I get a lot! When the body loses fat, the order in which fat loss occurs, from specific areas, is predominantly determined by genetics. Some will to lose fat from their arms, legs, or face first, while some may notice a loss in abdominal fat before any other areas.

Generally, the human body will usually lose fat from all over the body rather than from one specific area. This means that while you may not be able to control exactly where the fat is lost from, you can still lose fat by maintaining a healthy diet and exercising regularly.

Keep in mind that losing fat is not the same as losing weight. Weight loss can be the result of losing fat, muscle, or water. To lose fat, it's important to focus on creating a calorie deficit by burning more calories than you consume through a combination of diet and exercise.

Speaking to diet - you can choose nutrient dense foods that...

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How I Stopped Binge Eating Ice Cream

 

How I Stopped Binge Eating Ice Cream

This is something that I see all the time with my clients - so I decided to share my own story. It is not about avoiding the foods we love just to lose weight. It is when food becomes addicting and consuming that there is a negative effect on our bodies and minds. 

Making sure that the environment you are surrounded by most often is as safe as possible is the first step to achieving the binging relief - at least that is what saved my life! 

I love to enjoy all foods and if this sounds like you too make sure to sign up for my email to get more tips and tricks on how to live a food freedom life and that is How I Stopped Binge Eating Ice Cream!

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