Healthy Recipes When consuming energy in a state of calorie deficit for fat loss, one can definitely increase the vo


When consuming energy in a state of calorie deficit for fat loss, one can definitely increase the volume of food consumed😍


There may be confusion over the popular dieting adage of,
“I’m losing weight, but I’m eating more than ever before”
regarding the false belief that consuming more calories will somehow elicit fat loss.


..This notion is of course scientifically impossible🙅🏼‍♀️


👨🏻‍🔬In scientific terms, an individual must be in a state of caloric deficit for weight loss to occur. But, by ‘eating more than they ever have before’ they have simply increased the volume of lower calorie foods across their overall dietary intake. Thus, they are eating more food, but fewer calories, resulting in adherence to a caloric deficit.


As a caloric deficit is the only way fat loss can occur, reducing caloric intake may be difficult. Not least because there is a change in dietary habit and habitual satiety after feeding episodes. Therefore, it makes perfect sense to consume a relatively high volume of food in order to remain satiated and reduce risk of excessive calorie consumption.


This can be delivered to an individual via consumption of lower calorie foods which can be eaten in relatively high volume. Most fruits 🍑 + vegetables🍆 exists as prime candidates to champion such strategic execution of a sustainable calorie deficit. Increase in movement should also be considered.


Calorie dense foods should be included as part of a moderated calorie deficit, if enjoyed. But there should be realisation that excessive consumption will likely counter-attack the overall balance of energy over time.


There is no magical 🔮 metabolic inferno which enables an individual to consume a greater volume of calories than before and lose fat. Instead, a greater volume of food may well be consumed, but such food will contain fewer overall calories than previously
Hope you’re having a great week
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When consuming energy in a state of calorie deficit for fat loss, one can definitely increase the volume of food consumed😍


There may be confusion over the popular dieting adage of,
“I’m losing weight, but I’m eating more than ever before”
regarding the false belief that consuming more calories will somehow elicit fat loss.


..This notion is of course scientifically impossible🙅🏼‍♀️


👨🏻‍🔬In scientific terms, an individual must be in a state of caloric deficit for weight loss to occur. But, by ‘eating more than they ever have before’ they have simply increased the volume of lower calorie foods across their overall dietary intake. Thus, they are eating more food, but fewer calories, resulting in adherence to a caloric deficit.


As a caloric deficit is the only way fat loss can occur, reducing caloric intake may be difficult. Not least because there is a change in dietary habit and habitual satiety after feeding episodes. Therefore, it makes perfect sense to consume a relatively high volume of food in order to remain satiated and reduce risk of excessive calorie consumption.


This can be delivered to an individual via consumption of lower calorie foods which can be eaten in relatively high volume. Most fruits 🍑 + vegetables🍆 exists as prime candidates to champion such strategic execution of a sustainable calorie deficit. Increase in movement should also be considered.


Calorie dense foods should be included as part of a moderated calorie deficit, if enjoyed. But there should be realisation that excessive consumption will likely counter-attack the overall balance of energy over time.


There is no magical 🔮 metabolic inferno which enables an individual to consume a greater volume of calories than before and lose fat. Instead, a greater volume of food may well be consumed, but such food will contain fewer overall calories than previously
Hope you’re having a great week
@thefitnesschef credit for this post #calories #strawberries #weightloss #veganrecipes #recipe #fruits #fruit #chocolate #peanutbutter #dieting #healthyliving #nutrition #vegetarian #veganfood #diet #vegan #macros

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