Melting Fat Fast by Balancing Your Hormones

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mrspackrat

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Posted: 04 Feb 2013, 11:33
I'm not always a fan of Dr. Oz but this particular segment in his show seems to concur with other things I'm reading/seeing.

This show was on balancing hormones to melt fat. I've been doing most of what this woman talks about and am seeing some nice results. Something for you all to consider if you were like me and just couldn't make the fat go away despite exercise/diet.

http://www.doctoroz.com/episode/melt-fat-fast-how-reset-your-secret-fat-loss-hormones?video=15580
eKatherine

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Posted: 04 Feb 2013, 13:02
And what sorts of things are you doing that are working for you? I can't watch that video now.
mrspackrat

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Posted: 04 Feb 2013, 13:54
Here's some of the things I've started:

Protein at each meal (ones with good fats)
Getting lots of sleep
Reduced Stress
Eliminating sugar/no artificial sweeteners (most of the time)
Eliminating refined carbs (most of the time) but get healthy carbs that work for me
Eat within an hour of rising
Spreading meals out 3-4 hours (no snacking)
Eat about the same time every day
No eating 3-4 hours before bed

While I’m not a believer of calories in/calories out, I do believe I was consuming way too many calories before (justifying it because I worked out so much). Also, most of my calories came from breads/cereals/rice/pasta where now it comes from protein/healthy fats. I also try and make my food as nutrient-rich as possible (lots of veggies-greens and bright colors) and practice the above stuff I mentioned about 80-90% of the time.



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