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Food selection for fat loss !

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 07-02-2022
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Let us talk about the importance of food selection, and how hunger affects your fat loss goals:

Straight up, if you are struggling with weight loss, that means you are not consistently adhering to a calorie deficit. Aka. You are consuming too many calories. 

Too often, I see people eating high-calorie meals packed with fast-digesting carb sources, less than adequate amounts of protein, and minimal fiber.

All of which does not go very far in leaving you full & satiated between meals likely causing you to over-consume & take in more calories than your body needs for your goals.

Here are a few tips to help maximise your food choices and make hunger more manageable:

1. Loading up on protein and veggies at most meals is always a great starting point. Talk about a meal that will fill up our stomach & keep you full, this is a great first step.

2. Choosing slow-digesting, complex carbs like oats, grains, potatoes, etc. are usually more preferable choices than refined, fast-digesting carbs when it comes to staying satiated. Oatmeal has to be one of my top choices here.

3. Staying hydrated helps prevent the feeling of hunger that's associated with mild dehydration. Sparkling water or other zero-calorie drinks can also help.

4. Eating larger, less frequent meals seems to help many people manage their hunger. For some, more frequent, smaller meals just keep them hungry, always wanting to graze. Of course, this varies for each individual, so you will have to figure it out for yourself. If you have found that eating more often with smaller meals works for you, then by all means stick with it.
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