Lisa Buldo

8 Keys to Weight Loss Made Simple

Weight Loss Made Easy for You

Weight Loss Made Simple
Today I’m going to give you 8 keys to weight loss made simple. It was never meant to be about a diet. Many rely on weight loss pills or even weight loss surgery, but it’s not about that. The best weight loss pills in the world will not make you healthy or help you lose weight permanently.

It’s about a lifestyle. Maybe you’ve tried so many different diets out there. Maybe you’ve had some success, but diets are not meant to work in the long run because they’re not sustainable. We want to focus on a healthy lifestyle. I’m going to give you some simple keys today, and you’re going to see how simple this really and truly is. I don’t care what you’ve done in the past, you might want to grab a notepad and just jot down a couple things I’m going to tell you today because I’m going to make it so simple you can literally start today.

What I like to do is I like to focus on the dos and not the don’ts. If someone says, “Don’t have this,” what do you want? You want that. We’re going to focus on the dos so you can keep your attention on weight loss made simple. Then when you start paying attention to the way you feel, the weight is just going to start coming off as you focus on these simple steps that I’m going to give you today. Let’s just dive right in. By the way, it’s never about deprivation. I’ll show you that as we go.

Watch this video where I go over all 8 Steps to Weight Loss Made Simple

Here are your 8 Tips to Weight Loss Made Simple

Step 1: Make sure you’re drinking a lot of water. You want to stay hydrated. It’s the only true way to detoxify your body on a daily basis. Drink a lot of water. I would say half your body weight in ounces daily. That’s what you want to aim for. The second thing is you really want to eat clean. Just think of a diamond. On the top you’ve got protein, then on the left side you’ve got good fat, then on the right side you’ve got green vegetables, or chlorophyll, and fruits on the bottom. You’ve got a diamond, and all you need to do is stick to that. Believe it or not, you can lose weight quickly and easily when you are flushing unwanted stuff from your system.

Let me break that down for you and make it really simple for you. Protein. When you think of protein, proteins are your meats, your beans, your fish, and your eggs. If you’re going to have meats, make sure you’re eating grass-fed meats. Look for free-range chicken. Look for wild-caught fish like salmon. It’s loaded with omega-3. It’s so good for you. Not just for weight loss, but it’s great for your skin, your hair, your nails, everything. Beans  and eggs. Look for free range eggs. If you just stick to that in the protein category, it’s going to be simple.

Step 2: Be sure you’re eating plenty of good fats. Good fats are great for you. Just think olive oil, avocados, nuts and seeds, coconut milk. You really need your fats at each meal. Good fats will help you burn fat. You want to eat them in moderation, but you do want to eat them. They’re good for brain health. They’re good to keep your joints flowing smoothly. You absolutely need good fats.

Step 3: Eat your green vegetables. Green vegetables are crucial for good health, yet it’s the number one thing that I see missing in most consultations that I do with people. You want to make sure that you’re eating green, because the greens go in and clean everything. Protein jumpstarts your metabolism. Good fats help to balance blood sugar. Green vegetables give you oxygen and energy, and they clean and deodorize the body.

Step 4:  Consume fresh fruits. God gave us fruits to eat, nature’s candy. It’s God’s sweetness for us. Fruits are packed with fiber and antioxidants.

 Step 5:  Minimize grains for weight loss. Really, I’d say avoid altogether or at least minimize considerably starchy grains. The reason for that is because they convert to sugar in the body and they get stored as fat, and not only fat, but saturated fat.

What do I mean by the starchy grains? I’m talking about your cereals, your rice, your pasta. I know I love pasta too. Your potatoes. Sweet potatoes are fine. White potatoes are higher in sugar. We really want to stick to the diamond I talked about earlier. For the most part, avoid the grains until you get to where you want to be, and then you can introduce them again. That’s important.

Step 6: Eat supper early and keep it small. Make breakfast and lunch the largest meals of the day because you have time to run around. Make supper small. I would say maybe 6-6:30. You want to give yourself time for your food to digest at least three to four hours before you go to lay down at night. That will cure a lot of acid reflux. I’m telling you, in my opinion that’s the way to go. My clients tell me all the time. You’ve got to give yourself three to four hours to let your food digest before you go to bed. You will see such a difference, especially for people that have acid reflux. The other thing is you will wake up feeling small. You definitely want to make sure you’re doing that.

 Step 7:  Exercise. Exercise and nutrition are fitness twins. You’ve got to exercise. I’ll just say this. You can absolutely lose weight just with nutrition, but just think about what’s going to happen over time if you don’t exercise. We’ve got to exercise because you want to be fit, you want to be toned. You don’t want to lose muscle mass. Anything that you can do aerobically on an empty stomach when you wake up, you will burn double the fat. Definitely exercise is crucial. Try that morning thing. Let me know how you make out.

 Step 8: Get good sleep. It is so underestimated and undervalued in our country. You’ve got to get good sleep, eight to nine hours, or at least seven to nine hours. I know people laugh. I personally require nine hours. I can get by with eight. Seven, you’re pushing it. Stress is a very big factor in this country, and I promise if you get to bed earlier, keep supper small and early and go to bed early, you will wake up feeling small. You’ll wake up with energy. You’ll just have so much energy and you’ll just feel like a million bucks, whereas if you go to bed late, I’m telling you right now you’re going to reach for that snack late night. Don’t do that. Close the kitchen after you eat supper. Supper, supplemental: it was meant to be the supplemental meal of the day. Close the kitchen. Allow three to four hours for your food to digest, and go to bed early. You will feel fantastic.

It really is simple. Remember the diamond. Get exercise, go to sleep early, and eat supper early. Protein, good fat, lots of green vegetables, and fruit, fiber. Minimize those grains. That’s all you need to do. It really, really is simple. It’s so simple. Those are your keys to weight loss made simple.

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