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Wildfit

by Alisa Princy (2019-09-16)


Here's what you need to know if you Wildfit Review are going to try this: Roberts believes in the idea that our bodies and minds work together to create a set point for our weight. Part of this set point is determined by genes and part by environment. Of course the set point theory is nothing new. Roberts discovery of the environmental factors that influence set point is what's new and makes his idea so useful for those who want to experience safe, easy weight loss. Our set point can be influenced by the kinds of tastes available to us. Eating food that is flavorful and familiar raises the set point because it signals to the body that food is plentiful. Eating food that is bland or unfamiliar signals the body that food is scarce (why else would you be eating bland food if there was something better tasting to eat?). You can lower the set point for your weight by eating food that has ver little flavor or no flavor at all. Now eating bland food would be a bit hard to swallow (no pun intended) except that Roberts has come up with some creative techniques to take in calories without experiencing any taste. The main technique is to ingest unflavored oil or sugar water (our bodies don't consider sweetness a taste). The liquid must be ingested in the middle of 2-hour window to keep the calories you take in from becoming associated with the flavors of other foods. And that means you can't even brush your teeth with minty toothpaste in that 2 hour window. After a few days or weeks of ingesting anywhere from 1 to 4 tablespoons of oil a day between meals a person experiences a reduction in appetite. This reduction lasts as long as the person ingests the oil. Now you might be thinking, of course you eat less, you just took in a few extra hundred calories of oil or sugar. Well, the weight loss stories of the thousands who have tried this diet suggests otherwise. Ever heard of weight training to lose weight? Well, it's true, lifting weights does burn calories which leads to weight loss, not only that, but the more muscle you have on your body, the more calories your body will burn at rest just to maintain that muscle. Bottom line is weight training to lose weight is a great plan so long as you compliment it with a few other things: Of course you're going to have to eat properly if you want this plan to work out for you. If you keep eating the garbage foods you normally eat, you can lift weights all you want and your body is not going to change. You need to start eating healthier foods, shop on the outer edges of the grocery store, that's where all the natural and healthy foods are kept. Most importantly, stop eating processed junk food.

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