New Resolution: How to Cut Carbs for Weight Loss 2017

To cut carbs is equally important as cutting fat. I don’t know if you know this, but here it goes.
Excess carbs in your body turn into fat because your metabolism can’t process it. That’s the simplest explanation you can get.
Carbs are one of the most confusing nutritional aspects. Nutritionists often say that there are two versions of carbs:
  • Natural (found in fruits and veggies)
  • Unnatural (found in foods loaded with sugar)
Now, let me say something about this.

New Resolution: How to Cut Carbs for Weight Loss 2017
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The theory says that the natural ones are better because your body can burn them quickly. That’s partially right. However, carbohydrates are carbohydrates, and your body don’t have the ability to make a difference of what kind of carbs you are taking in your mouth.
Your key towards success with the carbohydrates is BALANCE. Make sure you understand your body and know how to satisfy its needs. Adjust the carb intake to your daily activities, weight, height, age, and body fat.
There are lots of diets that circle the carbs and fat, but most of them allow you to eat carbohydrates as much as you like.
I hope you know that carbs are those that give your organism energy.
What happens when you can’t “waste” the energy, but your diet is loaded with carbs?
Right, the carbs turn into fat. This goes for those who have a sitting job and “don’t have time” to visit the gym or exercise at home.
That’s why you are losing weight but still feel as fast as you were before.

There are these people who think they have cut carbs from their diet. They lost weight, but they want something new because they are tired of eating broccoli, spinach, and strawberries.
Well, my dear friends, you all of these foods contain carbs in their structure.
My clients come to me all confused about whether to eat or not to eat carbs. After a couple of calculations, I tell them exactly how much carbs they need throughout the day to function normally.
They come with tremendous results.
Before I go down with the steps how to cut carbs for weight loss in 2017, let me show you this chart.
You need to bookmark it, or print it out and put it in the fridge. It’s tremendously useful.
New Resolution: How to Cut Carbs for Weight Loss 2017
After we got that out of the way, here is what you need to do.

Step #1: Writing Down!

Write down everything you ate through the day. Don’t hesitate, to be honest. It’s about you, not about fooling the paper or me or your family.
Write down after every meal you have. If you wait until the end of the day, you’ll forget about some ingredient, and this won’t be so effective.

Step #2: Summarize!

Go through the food and search for the carbs based on the chart I showed you before. Write the number of the hierarchy next to the food.
*Example: Bananas (4), Rice (2)

Step #3: Substituting!

Are there any foods numbered with 1 or 2? – If there are, what can you do about it and what are the foods you can substitute them with?

Step #4: 2 weeks!

Make those replacements your daily routine. Give yourself a test period of two weeks. Follow the substitutes and see whether something changes in the upcoming period.

Step #5: Other Numbers!

If there aren’t foods numbered with 1 or 2, search for three and four numbered foods. Find out whether you eat these foods more than you consume those in 5 and 6. Don’t be concerned about eating less fruit. I know clients who avoided these sugary foods and get better health results than the others.
By doing this, you are going to be able to establish a balance in your system. Continue doing this for at least 21 days. That’s how it will become a habit, and your body will get used to the new way of life.


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