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Use this ONE technique to minimise weight gain!

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Use this ONE technique to minimise weight gain!

The fitness industry uses many 'secret' techniques to bamboozle it's potential customers into thinking that they need super complex solutions to their fatloss goals.

If you are struggling with your weight, approach the festive season with an anxiety or fear that you'll balloon and struggle to lose the weight in the New Year, this one technique will really help you.

First, let;'s get the following out of the way. It's Christmas so I expect you to, no I order you to enjoy yourself!

Therefore any technique I suggest has to be actionable. So what am I suggesting?

You just need to: EAT SLOWLY

What!!!!!!

Yes, EAT SLOWLY. Take an extra five/ten minutes each meal, chew your food a little longer and savour each mouthful.

Yes, I know it's too simple, and therefore won't work. It is simple, after all the best do the basics better than the rest. Unless you have a fear that a lion will steal your kill (or an older sibling will swoop in an nick your treat), chances are you can take an extra 5 to 10 minutes to eat your meals.

I have a toddler and recently I realised I've been inhaling my food.... and I've felt a little uncomfortable after meals. So I tried eating slower and it's made a big difference.

Techniques to use when eating:

  • Add 5-10 minutes to each meal
  • Sit down to eat
  • Put your utensils down between bites

Using these three approaches you don't have to miss out on fantastic food over Christmas. There's now no need to eat as if you are at a kids party, scoffing sweets before your parents turn up!

Why is this effective?

It takes 20 minutes for the signals from your stomach to tell your brain you are full. Eating fast side tracks these signals. If you want to gain weight, like a heavy weight strongman, or boxer then eating fast is a good technique.

If eating slowly is too easy for you, then refine it, remove distractions whilst you eat. Nutrition is a SKILL, it needs practice and perfect practice leads to results. Are you consistent with this technique? If not, practice consistency.

Please don't do some liquid diet in the New Year to make up for binges over Christmas. Instead, eat without guilt, moderate your intake by eating slower and more mindfully.

Once you have this skill down you can start placing more nutrition habits on top that will supercharge your progress.

Enjoy the rich, homecooked treats and quality food.

Eat slowly. It's the art of reasonableness!

Paul


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