There’s nothing that will sabotage a fitness program than irresponsible eating habits. There’s a diet for every finger and toe, and one for every haiir on your head. They come in fads, and they go after making somebody wealthy, but only some of them do any good. So even though they might occasionally work, I jjust don’t have much confidence in radical eating plans. There’s no way restricting carbs is going to help you if you’re eating healthy fruits on a daily basis.
See, you can eat fruits and have the benefits of weight loss too. There’s a wide variety of food out there and most of it can fit in with a good fat-reduction program.
I am going to tell you some pointers about my approach to a nutritious diet that promotes fat loss. I’m not going to tell you anything trendy or wacky: just some sound fundamentals for selecting food that is healthy for you.
You don’t have to take out meats, carbs, or healthier fat: this is a common sense approach to using your diet to help you get the body you want.
To summarize this, you’ll be focusing on naturally produced foods that are free of all the chemicals and trans fats that are your enemies. You could say that my dietary regimen is a high-floss method since the foods on the list make you have to do a lot of flossing.
I’m taking about things like nut, apple, meats, orange, and green leafy vegetable products.
So to summarize, I want you to stay active and consume wholesome foods whenever you eat: it’s a very simple plan and I’m giving it to you for free. Oh yeah: stay away from fast food.
The motto you have to keep at the forefront of your thought is that it’s impossible to use training to overcome poor eating habits.
Dr. Michael Allen
Fitness Instructor & Fat Loss Factor Founder