The information provided in this book offers a blueprint for successfully choosing and implementing an intermittent fasting routine into your own life. Throughout this book, you'll learn about the intricacies of dieting and of course how intermittent fasting provides the most accessible route. Further, you'll learn what's necessary to take back control over your food and life. You're in charge, and it's time to take control. By learning and implementing the techniques provided in this book, it's likely that you'll be practicing intermittent fasting, not as a diet but rather a new lifestyle.
You'll understand that you don't need to eat continuously throughout the day for energy or even at all if you're not hungry. You'll be able to understand why intermittent fasting can work according to your schedule rather than the other way around. Truthfully, you'll begin to realize what's so wrong with traditional dieting and how intermittent fasting can improve the whole process.
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If you looked at the title above and guessed caloric deficit, then you’d be correct! A caloric deficit is simply when you burn off more calories than you consume. The opposite is a caloric surplus—consuming more calories than you burn off. And maintenance is when you are at a caloric equilibrium.
Here’s an example:
Joe burns 2,000 calories a day and eats 1,800. He’s in a caloric deficit of 200 calories and he’ll start to lose weight.
Joe burns 2,000 calories a day and eats 2,200. He’s in a caloric surplus of 200 calories and he’ll start to gain weight.
Joe burns 2,000 calories a day and eats 2,000. He’s at maintenance and will not gain or lose weight.
As I mentioned earlier, every day your body needs energy (calories) in order to continue on with all of its chemical functions such as breathing, digesting food, organ function, etc. The amount of calories you burn in any given day is your resting metabolic rate (rmr). Once you figure out your body’s rmr, you can then determine how many calories you need to eat to start burning fat.
Determining your rmr is simple—multiply your bodyweight in pounds by 13.
Let’s use myself as an example:
195 x 13= RMR of 2,535
This means that if I eat less than 2,535 calories I’ll be in a caloric deficit and I’ll start to lose weight. If I eat more than 2,535 calories I’ll be in a caloric surplus and I’ll start to gain weight. And finally, if I eat exactly 2,535 calories, I’ll be at maintenance and I’ll neither gain nor lose weight.
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