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The number 1 rule for achieving fat loss is a calorie deficit. The problem with that is that most people think that the less that you eat the better. Inadequate calories does not translate to greater fat loss results.
Aggressive calorie restriction can lead to: lean tissue loss, metabolic down regulation, low energy, increased hunger and cravings, a higher likelihood of rebound weight gain.
As a rule, we recommend a modest deficit of around 20%. This is calculated from baseline calorie target. This is often good starting point for more sustainable long-term fat loss.
So, what strategies will make the process easier? What will make it healthier? And, how do you avoid dreaded fat loss plateau? Let’s explore!
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