Dieting for Fat Loss

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You're training hard every single day and not seeing results.


While weights, cardio and HIIT are critical to your success, it's just not enough for you to lose excess fat.

Another newsflash!

Taking all the supplements in the world won't give you the results you want either.

I'm a big beliver that supplements are meant to FILL IN THE GAPS and not replace anything in your diet. ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS start fixing your nutrition before you add in hundreds of dollars in fat burners. After looking at your nutrition, seek a professional to help you decide what supplements are best fit for you, specifically.

To reach the resutls you are working for and wanting, you need to focus on your diet.


Even if you work hard for an hour out of each day, that still leaves 23 more hours for you to wreck all of your hard work at the gym or from home.

The food you eat (or don't eat) is a huge part of the fat loss and performance equation.

Your diet should include as much clean and unprocessed foods as possible. Here are a few tips to keep in mind:

1. Eat at least 1g of protein per lb of bodyweight, daily. If your protein intake is too low when you're on a restricted calorie diet, you'll lose a lot of muscle in the process. A higher protein diet will help you preserve lean mass during your dieting phase. Choose lean, high quality proteins like egg whites, chicken, turkey breast, lean red meats, fish and protein supplements,

2. Keep your carbs low to moderate. Carbs are important for performance, energy, recovery and normal bodily functions. So I never recommend cutting them out completely. BUT it's best to keep carbs as fiber packed whole grains, fresh fruits and veggies.

3. Drink 1/2 your bodyweight in ounces, of water each day. Water should be your primary beverage. Aim to cut out all other liquid calories when you are dialing in your diet.

Brittany's Favorite Dieting Foods

EGG WHITES - Low fat and HIGH protein! Plus they're super easy to prepare!

OATMEAL: Low in sugar, high in fiber and provides sustained energy! However, stay away from instant packaged oatmeal.

GREEN VEGGEIS: Great source of fiber, vitamins and minerals! They also contain many plytochemicals and antioxidants for better health.

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TUF Nutrition Specialist - Brittany Schrempp

"Those who think they have no time for eating, will sooner have time for illness"

I believe that meal planning and eating a clean diet should be simple, fun and family friendly. It's far too often we turn away from things we think will be difficult, when in reality, eating clean is more simple than we think. I look to help my clients design a realistic and simple meal routine while teaching them how to plan and prep their meals.


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