LOSING WEIGHT IN A SUSTAINABLE WAY IS FAR FROM BEING JUST A CALORIE STORY!

LOSING WEIGHT IN A SUSTAINABLE WAY IS FAR FROM BEING JUST A CALORIE STORY!

Make a “diet” and lose a kilo of weight, you must have noticed, you resume at an incredible speed …

It is important to know that, in general, the loss of one kilogram after a “diet” corresponds600 grams of fat, and unfortunately 400 grams of muscle. It is important to understand that the daily needs of your body are primarily carbohydrates (slow and fast sugars). Carbohydrates allow you to produce the energy necessary for the proper functioning of your body. During a “diet”, your carbohydrate intake usually falls below your needs. Your body must absolutely find these carbohydrates, it will then make them from your stored fat but also from your muscles. The more you eat a calorie and carbohydrate diet and the less you exercise, the more important your muscle loss will be. And the more it will be consistent, the more you will have risk of gaining weight or more weight after stopping the “diet”.

80% OF PEOPLE REGAIN WEIGHT OR EVEN MORE WEIGHT 1 YEAR AFTER HAVING FOLLOWED A “DIET” AND 95% AT 5 YEARS.

I ADVISE YOU TO FOCUS ON YOUR MUSCLE MASS TO MAINTAIN RATHER THAN FOCUS ON YOUR BODY FAT TO LOSE.

You give yourself more chance of losing your weight permanently. Know also that a kilogram of fat is much larger than a kilogram of muscle. If you exercise properly and have a diet that fits your goals, you may even experience weight stagnation as you see your figure change. Do not focus on the scale either!

It’s a real challenge to lose weight but gaining muscle is another story. In addition, we are genetically programmed to progressive muscle wasting at the age of 25 with acceleration from menopause. Regular physical activity is all the more essential to maintain the best muscles and weight.

AVOID AT ALL COSTS DIETS TOO RESTRICTIVE WITHOUT SPORTS ACTIVITY. 

Preserve your muscle mass by incorporating a regular physical activity in your life.

The more intense this muscular activity is, the more you will maintain your muscles. A high intensity exercise (HIE) does not need to last. One of the most effective and feasible EHI when you’re not a big sportswoman is sheathing.

I RECOMMEND YOU SHEATH AT LEAST 30 SECONDS 3 TIMES A WEEK.

To maintain its muscle mass, the combination of sports activity and normal protein intake (I do not speak of high-protein diet!) Is unavoidable. This intake must be spread over the day for better use and not to “tire your body”.

YOUR DIET IS USUALLY TOO RICH IN SUGARS AND FATS TO THE DETRIMENT OF PROTEIN CONTRARY TO WHAT YOU THINK.

I suggest you start your shopping by choosing foods containing proteins. Do you really know which foods contain the most protein? Do you eat enough protein at every meal including breakfast? Is not your breakfast rather sweet, maybe only sugars, without you really knowing? Do not your snacks consist mainly of sugars? Start to identify which foods are your daily protein!

TO GIVE YOU EVERY CHANCE TO SUCCEED IN YOUR CHALLENGE, LEARN AND INTEGRATE SIMPLE BASICS IN NUTRITION!

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From the bottom of the heart

Sophie Monneret

Doctor, coach, speaker and creator of the Feel SO’light program

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