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Are you stuck trying to lose the belly and build muscle but don’t know where to start?

You want to know what works but it’s all so confusing…

I get it. There’s 100 different people saying 100 different things

And you don’t know who to listen to because they’re all ‘experts’ or have a great body

I’ve been there before, unfit and making no progress, just looking for answers

I thought I was eating right and ‘I knew what to do but just needed to do it’

And I just kept gaining and losing the same weight..still stuck with the belly rolls

✅ I’ll make it simple for you and explain what you just watched

Because everyone’s saying the same thing but in different ways (not all correct)👇

⭐️ “If you eat less, you will lose weight”

✅ Yes and no. If you eat less CALORIES to put you in a DEFICIT. You WILL lose weight over time

⭐️ “If you eat less + protein & fibre, you will lose body fat”

✅ Fibre can help you feel more full, making it EASIER to stay in a caloric deficit

✅ Eating enough protein can prevent the risk of losing muscle & can help you grow muscle tissue

✅ You don’t choose if the weight you lose is body fat but…

✅ eating less CALORIES in a DEFICIT will make sure you will lose weight & fat over time

⭐️ “If you eat less + protein & fibre + strength train, you will lose body fat + gain muscle”

✅ Once again, yes and no. Being in a deficit and doing the above can help you optimise those goals

But losing fat AND gaining muscle OPTIMALLY, that’s a different topic

There’s a few categories of people who are in a good position to do so

And I’ve broken it down in a FREE video guide to make this easier for you

If you want it, comment ‘Fat muscle’

Part 2 on food choices coming up
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Is this even correct?⁣

Trying to lose the belly fat & build muscle, but not sure where to begin?⁣

Do you find it confusing to figure out what actually works?⁣

I understand, with so many different opinions & ‘experts’ ⁣

It’s difficult to know whom to trust.⁣

I've been in your shoes before⁣

Feeling out of shape & unable to make any progress⁣

Desperately searching for answers…⁣

I thought I had a good grasp on eating ‘healthy’⁣

And ‘knew what needed to be done’⁣

But for some reason, I was just fluctuating…⁣

Gaining and losing the same weight, with stubborn belly rolls still there…⁣

Let me simplify things for you…⁣

Despite everyone saying essentially the same thing in different ways (not all of which are correct), here are the key points:⁣

Claim: "If you eat less, you will lose weight."⁣

Clarification: Yes and no. In order to lose weight, you must consume fewer CALORIES, creating a caloric deficit. ⁣

Claim: "If you eat less, consume protein and fiber, you will lose body fat."⁣

Clarification: Including fiber in your diet can help you feel more satisfied, making it easier to maintain a caloric deficit. ⁣

Consuming sufficient protein not only prevents muscle loss but also aids in muscle growth⁣

You cannot specifically choose where the weight loss occurs. ⁣

However, by consuming fewer calories and creating a caloric deficit, you will eventually lose weight and fat⁣

Claim: "If you eat less, consume protein and fiber, and engage in strength training, you will lose body fat and gain muscle."⁣

Clarification: Once again, this is partially true. ⁣

Creating a caloric deficit and incorporating strength training can help you optimize your goals of losing fat and gaining muscle.⁣

However, achieving optimal results in both fat loss and muscle gain simultaneously is a different subject. ⁣

Stay tuned for Pt.2 and comment ‘Fat loss’ if you need help
#nutritiontips #weightlossforbeginners #fatlosshelp #weightlosscoach #fyp
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