Friday, December 26, 2014

Weight Loss Secrets of Thin People

Ever wonder what weight loss secrets those seemingly naturally thin people know? Is there something special about them that makes it so easy for them to maintain their weight while you struggle to even lose a pound?

If so, you're not alone. Many people wonder what the big weight loss secret is to getting lasting results that doesn't take years and hours of exercise to achieve.

Must you really dedicate your whole life to the gym just to see the scale drop a couple of pounds? And is it possible to actually eat like a semi-normal person while losing weight?

You bet.

If you know how to do it correctly.

If you don't, well, then you're likely out of luck.

Weight loss is a science and if you don't have that science working for you, it's unlikely you're going to see good fat loss results.

Here are some of the biggest weight loss secrets that thin people know, which you may not.

They Eat More Non-Meat Source of Protein

Non-meat source of protein? If that confused you, it's okay. It sounds confusing, but you just need to think carefully here.

By non-meat sources of protein, I'm referring to egg whites, fish (since they technically are not game meat), fat free cottage cheese, and whey protein powder.

These sources of protein are all excellent for the body and are incredibly low in both fat and calories.

In order to have the most success with fat loss, you want to be sure you're eating enough protein, and this will help keep the calories down.

They Move More Throughout The Day

Think those naturally thin people spend hours in the gym? Most of them don't.

Instead, they try and space out their activity throughout the day, moving more on a regular basis.

They might have active jobs - or if they don't, they're getting up more, moving around, shifting positions in their desk, and so on.

All of these will help increase their total calorie burn, making it easier for them to see weight loss quickly.

They Don't Starve Themselves

Starving yourself is just bad news all around.

First, it slows the metabolism. If a slow metabolism isn't the quickest way to not get results, I'm not sure what is.

Second, it causes a loss of muscle mass tissue. What does muscle mass tissue do? Burn calories. Lose that muscle and you lose out on calorie burning benefits. Not good.

Finally, starving yourself sets you up to obsess about food, which makes dieting very hard. If you're so fixated on what you're not eating, chances are, you're just going to give in and eat it - or else eat everything else in sight to try and overcompensate for not eating it.

Starving spells trouble for weight loss.

You should never do this - you shouldn't have to.

A proper diet won't make you feel like you're starving yourself because you'll be eating foods that stroke the metabolism as well as satisfy your cravings.

When you can combine both of these factors, that's when you'll see good weight loss results.