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    Default fat loss and food question

    hello i am planning to eat less food to get rid of fat(wich is hard to lose for me) with something simple so, imagine a dinner plate with food there are 3 plates a day how many percent of food do i need to get of the plate to lose fat(is taking half of okay?), fast but still healthy. and dont worry about vitamins and proteins i could always take supplements


    ps i'm really, REALLY bad at math that's why i came with the plate tactic, cuz if i have to count calories and keep track of it i will go insane, may lead to homicide
    i want to lose at least 18 pounds of bf btw

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    Burning the most amount of calories is NOT the goal of cutting.
    The goal of cutting is a small caloric deficit over time (being patient)
    Training in a circuit provides less benefit becaue you are expanding more glycogen where you are eseentialy not training heavy which is optimal while in a deficit to PRESERVE MUSCLE MASS. hence what you should be focusing on when trying to shed weight/fat is holding your muscle and not losing it.

    What is the purpose of training and losing muscle to lose extra fat/muscle unless you are trying to get to extreme low levels of bodyfat for photo-shoots or bodybuilding shows.

    Small Caloric deficit (keep kcals and carbs as high as possible throughout your diet)
    ALWAYS train heavy, and lower volume as diet goes on and cardio increases (due to less calories to recover)
    Monitor your energy/hunger levels as you continue to diet this will help you
    Make sure you implement refeeds or cheat meals to help spike t3, leptin, or hormone levels when they drop from prolonged dieting.








    http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/fat...ss-part-1.html
    http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/fat...ss-part-2.html

    I highly suggest you read here regarding your diet:

    http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/fat...ts-part-1.html
    http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/fat...ts-part-2.html

    And also my article regarding fatloss on the site:

    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/for...Look-Your-Best
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    thnx for the informative reply dude

 

 

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