6 weight loss myths

When i started my weight loss journey i held a lot of things from different places,most of these weight loss myths are false and misinformation or outdated.The following are the 6 most common weight loss myths.

Eating at night makes you fat.

Weight loss is about how much calories you take and how much calories you burn,it does not really matter the timing of it.Just stick to your recommended calories intake and you will be fine.

You need protein supplements to get ripped.

The key to increasing your muscle mass and getting the “ripped” appearance you desire is the right nutrition and careful programming of your workouts. Protein supplements can help fill in the gaps if you are not able to get a sufficient amount of protein and carbohydrates in your diet from actual food. However, you should always aim to get nutrients from food first, then use supplements as needed.

Crunches are the key to flat abs.

Including some cardio and strength training exercises into your workout routine is a great way to help shed inches from your midsection. Filling your diet with diverse sources of lean protein and complex carbohydrates is more effective in decreasing belly fat than doing crunches or other abdominal work.

More time in the gym leads to more results.

Excessive amounts of exercise can often be more harmful than beneficial to your body because it can increase your risk of injury. You must first ask yourself what fitness goals you are trying to achieve with your workouts. Then select and properly structure the exercises that are going to help you achieve that goal.

Consuming fats makes you fat.

Eating fat is actually an essential part of a balanced diet, however when high amounts of sodium or sugar accompany fat, this combination becomes detrimental and can lead to weight gain. Include healthier fats such as poly and mono unsaturated fats (found in avocados, nuts, seeds, and some fish) into your diet instead of the less healthy saturated and trans fats. Unsaturated fats are shown to lower cholesterol and reduce your risk for developing heart disease.

You can target your weight loss.

Just as it is physiologically impossible to gain weight exclusively in the places you want it to go, it is also physiologically impossible for you to lose weight only in desired spots. Weight loss obtained through healthy eating and exercising typically occurs all over the body. While some areas may show a larger initial decrease than others, the most important thing to focus on is increasing your overall health.

These are 6 weight loss myths,don’t believe everything you read or you hear some are just mythy by the way if you want to learn about an extremely powerful, little known technique to help you stay motivated to losing the pounds you want to get rid of click here to download it.