Healthy Eating Plan: One Big Secret for Weight Loss Success
By Daniel Munday
Hands up everyone who is sick of the same old, run of the mill healthy eating plan information that comes from health professionals trotting out the same old tips time and time again. Yeah, I thought so. Me too.
This big secret is something that will send your fat loss results over the edge and can be the plateau breaker if you have been following a relatively healthy eating plan and training routine for a while now but are still looking for that little slimmer midsection.
Your biggest enemy on your quest for fat loss results is wheat.
Surprising as it may seem, most people whether they know it or not, actually have intolerance to wheat and the side effects of consuming anything with wheat in it are not pretty.
Have you ever had way too much gas that it becomes embarrassing, especially after eating something that you thought was healthy? Or that bloated belly that won't go away despite the amount of interval training and other weight loss workouts that you do? Yeah, me too.
That's the two big warning signs that your body doesn't respond well to wheat and no matter how hard you try, you are just not going to shift that last little bit of stubborn belly fat.
What foods actually contain wheat?
Unfortunately most processed foods contain wheat so that rules out all of the so called "healthy" cereals and nut bars, protein bars, and breakfast bars that are pushed by athletes, celebrities and dieticians who really should know better.
Bread also contains wheat and is far from being part of anybody's healthy eating plan. Even the grain bread that is supposed to be good for us is full of processed ingredients that are making our population fatter and fatter.
I have lost count of the amount of people that I have trained, myself included, who have experienced phenomenal fat loss results from taking this evil food out of their diets.
For those of you who are used to having your cereal and toast in the morning, the perfect alternative is some eggs or if you cannot stomach a hot breakfast, why not try some Greek yoghurt with fruit and add in some nuts for extra protein.
A perfect lunch time alternative to your sandwich is a salad filled with plenty of vegetables and a protein source like chicken breast, or you can even throw in a tin of salmon, tuna or even mixed means on top to give you some protein.
If you love a good pasta for dinner why not try the gluten free pasta. It tastes exactly the same as normal wheat pasta and you can still have your Italian fix without sabotaging your weight loss results.
Even though your wheat habit may be tough to break, I promise you that you do break the wheat cycle you will be shedding the body fat faster than ever before and giving up that slice of bread each meal will be more than worth it when you can look down and see the new, streamlined version of yourself. Trust me on this one!
Thanks Daniel. Again, goes against what the "politically correct" dieticians will tell you, but we ain't about being "PC" here!
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