Weight Loss with Non Fat Foods? – More is NOT better!

Written by Greg Ryan - High Profile Fitness Expert!

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Less is not more: Well, these cookies have zero fat in them, so that means I can eat twice as many and not get as fat? Have you every played that head game with yourself? Most of us have. We justify that if a food has less fat or no fat then we can eat more of it. NOT TRUE, it still has calories. Do not forgetrepparttar basic principle to keeping your weight down; calories in – calories out!

Tip: Just because it says, “NO FAT” does not give you a permission slip to eat twice as much. Empty calories can be harder to burn off than good fat calories.

The key to weight loss is balancing good fats with your total daily intake. Plus exercise! Inrepparttar 149036 case of food or exercise, havingrepparttar 149037 attitude of doing more or eating more can have a more devastating effect on your ability to lose weight long term than anything. Work on your unwanted behaviors first and maybe you will not look at Non fat foods like they are

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Why Do We Cheat On Our Diets?

Written by Kim Beardsmore

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The famous “Pavlov’s dogs” were conditioned to eat atrepparttar sound of a bell, and we human are muchrepparttar 149035 same when it comes to habitual cravings. If you wonder why you always feel like a chocolate when you sit down to watch a movie, or you have to have a box of popcorn….think again. You are not necessarily craving these foods because you are hungry, but rather consider force of habit. Duringrepparttar 149036 time when you have a craving, try to ask yourself whether you are really hungry or not. If you are hungry, reach for a low fat snack rather than a chocolate bar or bag of crisps.


Eating or thinking about food can be a distraction from your troubles and you may therefore be unnecessarily over-eating. Emotions and hormones can trigger certain cravings, for example, if you are feeling low, chocolate and carbohydrates assistrepparttar 149037 production of serotonin in your brain. Serotonin helps you feel happier. This is why we might crave sweet or starchy foods during times of sadness or stress.

If you identify with any ofrepparttar 149038 above factors, you could be on your way towards discovering what is triggering you to overeat.

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