The Ultimate Guide to Losing Weight Without Feeling Hungry, Eating at the Same Restaurants You Already Love, and Keeping the Weight Off for Life
Years ago, when I was just a chubby kid in school, my friends used to make fun of me for being overweight, saying things like “Bennett gets fatter by the minute.”
Even though they were just teasing me, it hurt.
It hurt because what they were saying was true — I was fat (and getting fatter) — and I hated it.
For many years I went through the same cycle time and again.
I’d see myself in the mirror, feel disgusted, and decide to start exercising like a maniac and eating like a bird.
After just a few days I’d feel exhausted, starving, and ready to throw in the towel.
The truth is, on the path to achieving a body I love I made a lot of mistakes:
- I focused too much on calories and not enough on quality
- I thought I had to choose between eating food I enjoyed and having a body I love
- I exhausted myself doing exercise I hated instead of finding easy ways to be active everyday
Now that I’ve lost the weight and kept it off for 7 years (without feeling hungry, hating my diet, or doing endless exercise) I realize how much harder I made things than they needed to be!
This guide is the result of spending MANY thousands of dollars and an insane amount of my time and energy to learn how to be healthier, stronger, and happier — all at the same time.
I considered taking this information, turning it into a course, and charging $2,000+ per person for it.
Instead I decided to put everything out there — all 15,000+ words of it — FOR FREE!
My gift to the world : )
This information is simply too important and can help too many people for it to be restricted behind a paywall.
If you’re tired of going through the same cycle again and again, and you want to FINALLY lose weight and keep it off for life, the following is going to change your life.
How do I actually lose weight and keep it off for life? (The Take Your Body Back Now Diet)
When people say that want to “lose weight” what they actually mean is they want to “lose fat” — you wouldn’t be happy if you lost 10 pounds only to find out that all you lost was water weight and muscle.
This sounds silly but there is tons of bullsh*t out there that gets people to “lose weight” simply by manipulating water (e.g. by causing you to sweat more) or burning up your muscle (e.g. by getting you to do an insane amount of cardio without changing your diet).
So your goal should be fat loss!
Naturally, the more fat you lose, the less you’ll weigh, but never confuse the two goals — many things cause weight loss, only a few cause fat loss.
If you have a bunch of excess fat that you’d like to lose, you will have to consume fewer calories than you burn to lose it.
Before you bust through the sidewall of your house like the Kool-Aid Man and sprint down the block to reach your fat loss goal, it’s worth asking yourself a few questions:
- Why don’t I naturally consume as many calories as I burn? Every other mammal on the planet seems to maintain their weight just fine.
- Am I really overweight because of lack of exercise? People in the 1950s were lean when they were young, and they hardly did ANY exercise.
The answers to those questions are — you SHOULD naturally consume as many calories as you burn and you AREN’T overweight because of lack of exercise (even if the right type of exercise can be used to reverse your situation).
The reason you’re overweight is because you ate a bunch of junk food (like wheat/gluten, soy, corn, processed dairy, and alcohol) that hacked your brain, distorted your satiety signals (didn’t tell you to stop eating when you were full), and caused you to keep eating long past the point of weight maintenance.
It should go without saying that I’ve been there — I used to have a four Pop-Tart a day habit in junior high that I’d rather not talk about! — so I’m not judging you.
But I am saying that it’s time for you to make a change. The longer you rationalize the junk food you put in your mouth, the longer you’ll be overweight, sluggish, and unhappy with your body.
So you want to lose weight, but you probably have one big fear keeping you from going on a weight loss diet…HUNGER!
Most of the clients I work with tell me they’re afraid of being hungry when trying to lose weight.
So how do you lose fat without feeling hungry all the time?
By ensuring every meal you eat contains a healthy protein, a healthy fat, and boatload of tasty green vegetables — and eating until you feel full.
It really is that simple for 99% of people — simple, but not easy.
It’s not easy because we’re surrounded by junk food, junk food marketing, and friends, family, and coworkers who seem hell bent on eating junk food around us.
At first the challenge seems insurmountable, but after a few weeks you notice some changes.
You start to see healthy options at places you didn’t before.
You get used to people eating junk food around you and not eating it too.
You feel more energetic and happier with your body, so the temptation to eat junk foods starts to go away.
In short, things get easier!
What once felt challenging, now feels normal; what once felt normal, now feels off.
Right now it doesn’t seem possible, you can’t imagine feeling differently than the way you feel right now.
Luckily, you don’t have to imagine it, all you have to focus on is eating healthy meals, and everything else will start to fall into place.
And you don’t have to “figure it out” on your own either!
I’ve created a quick start guide that shows you how to mix and match delicious foods to create healthy, fat loss meals that satisfy your hunger that you won’t get bored of.
If you’d like to learn how get started on achieving your own goals, grab a copy of my free guide that explains how to lose weight without feeling hungry, eat at the same restaurants you already love, and keep the weight off for life.
Click here to download a copy of my free guide, and learn how to:
- Lose weight without feeling hungry
- Eat at the same restaurants you already love
- And keep the weight off for life!
Answers to the Most Common Health and Fitness Questions I Get!
I have WAY more to share with the world, below are some of the most common questions I’ve gotten when it comes to losing weight without feeling hungry, eating at the same restaurants you already love, and keeping the weight off for life!
- How should I track my progress?
- What is the easiest form of exercise I can do to lose weight? (Low-intensity cardio)
- What else can I do to lose weight faster? (Targeted cold therapy)
- How important is high-quality sleep to losing weight?
- Can stress prevent me from losing weight?
- Can I lose weight while still eating carbs?
- Can I lose weight while still eating bread?
- Can I lose weight while still drinking alcohol?
- Should I worry about counting calories when trying to lose weight? (HINT: No.)
- How do I find a healthy meal in ANY restaurant?
- How should I handle reward meals when trying to lose weight? (Weekly Guilt-Free Reward Meal)
- How should I eat once I achieve my new physique?
Originally published at www.takeyourbodybacknow.com.