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How To Diet To Lose Fat FOR GOOD (4 Phases)

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If you’re watching this video, chances are, you’re wondering how to diet to lose fat for good. Most people have been taught to use approaches that set themselves up for failure in the long run, by physiologically messing up their bodies with diets that leave them in a position where it’s now very hard to strip off that excess fat. But, in this video, with the help of Dr. Eric Trexler, pro body-builder and PhD researcher, I’m going to show you exactly how to diet properly so you can undo the damage you may have done from your previous dieting attempts (i.e. maintenance calories are too low) and break through your weight loss plateau. I’ll also show you how to keep the weight off so that once you strip off that excess fat, it’s gone forever.

The first thing we want to do here is something called a recovery phase, which helps with 3 goals: restore the lean muscle mass that you lost, restore any hormonal imbalances (related to cutting your maintenance calories too low), and to just get you in a better mindset. To accomplish this, all you’re going to do is simply bump up your calories to whatever your maintenance calories currently are or even slightly above this, while also cutting back on your cardio. As for how long you should stay in this recovery phase for, Eric recommends at least a couple months for most people.

When you’re ready though, phase 2 is where we can give dieting another shot – but this time we need to do it right. Which means that we need to set up our fat loss phase in a way that minimizes muscle loss AND minimizes the metabolic adaptation we typically experience throughout our diet. And as outlined in Eric’s research papers, there are a few ways to do this. First, you need to avoid using a very aggressive calorie deficit. This equates to roughly only a 15-25% calorie deficit, but just keep an eye on how your bodyweight progresses and adjust accordingly. Next, we want to use an approach called intermittent dieting. And lastly, you need to ensure that you’re eating a high protein diet (1.8-2.7 g/kg bodyweight) along with high volume, low calorie, filling foods. So basically, you apply these 3 steps until you’ve successfully pushed past your weight loss plateau.

Then, it’s time to transition to phase 3. What we want to do here is simply find a way that you can maintain your weight loss in a sustainable way. One option is a reverse diet. Although the effect this has does seem to vary individually, often times what happens is even though you’re adding more and more calories back into your diet, your body counteracts this by essentially gets out of that “dieting” mindset and tends to start burning more calories through subconscious increases in daily activity, or NEAT to slowly bump up your metabolism. Imaginably, this is the crucial step when it comes to how to keep the weight off after your diet. However, keep in mind that again this does vary individually as people respond to increases in calorie intake differently.

And then, from here, it really is up to you where to go next. You could either maintain your new physique with relative ease with new your higher calorie intake, or you could choose to now focus more on muscle growth. Now although this whole ‘how to diet to lose fat for good’ process may seem very complex and you may be feeling as if there’s no hope for you, that just simply isn’t true. I’m not going to lie it will take time, but by following these 4 phases, remaining patient, and combining this with a solid training and nutrition plan, then you can and will be able to strip off that fat for good.

On that note though guys, for those who do need that extra bit of help when it comes to learning how to diet properly, my step-by-step programs have been designed to guide you through each of these phases in detail. It comes fully equipped with software that enables you to actually know exactly what your metabolism is at and how its changing week after week as you strip off fat, so that you can easily break through any plateau you encounter along the way and lean down in the most efficient way possible just like several of our Built With Science members have done with their programs. To get started today, simply take the analysis quiz below to discover which specific program is best for your body and where it’s currently at: https://builtwithscience.com

Diet Hacks Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7seSnZ1k1A&

View Dr. Eric Trexler’s Work Below:
https://www.instagram.com/trexlerfitness/?hl=en
https://jissn.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1550-2783-11-7

Filmed by: Bruno Martin Del Campo

MUSIC:
Music by Ryan Little – Body Language – https://thmatc.co/?l=A37F6F3E

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Comments

Jeremy Ethier says:

Hope you enjoy this one! Let me know what you think of this video style, I'm planning to do some more collaborations like this going forward and want to hear your thoughts/feedback 👇!
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Note: Minor calculation error at 5:54! 180lbs x 15 = 2,700 calories as maintenance if you went with that, and 180lbs x 14 = 2,520 calories if you went with that.

RED DEATH says:

What if you don't care about weight, but wanna just look good and feel good

Annie Perez says:

thats has been my problem , not going into phase 4, and maintaining a sold workout program throughout. Thanks for the information. I understand now what I need to do to keep off the weight for good.

Edward Crane says:

What do you think about carbohydrates to insulin model

Be Happy says:

I was on an extreme diet ..i was just consuming 800 calories for 2 months..i lost alot of weight but didn't feel good. It affected my mood and caused hunger cues. So I started to increase the calories gradually ,100 calories per week . And now I'm consuming like 1200 calories. Im still working out and I haven't gained weight. I guess my body has adapted to the 1200 calories. Now I want to maintain this weight. I'm planning to continue increasing my calorie intake by 100 till I get to my maintainence calorie. And then I'm planning to increase the calories above my maintainence calories by 100 or 200 n see how my body is reacting…

Thanks Jeremy for this informative content!😃😃

Shinybeard55 says:

So I went from 242lb down to 215lb (1st December- 1st March), after that I wanted to "bulk up" a bit and create some more muscle mass, before going back to removing body fat. But Corona hit, so I put that on a pause (home workouts didn't cut it for me).. Now I'm slowly gaining weight (hopping that most/all of it is muscle mass) at a rate of about 0.5lb/week, slightly more since I started to take creatin.
My current goal is to reach 232lb by the end of the year(i'm at 220 now), afterwards strip down the access fat and have visible abs at 220lbs.

Hammad Javed says:

I wish the program would adhere to halal foods sample meals

Joe Stohr says:

Can't wait for Coach Greg to make a video on this one.

Chad Jones says:

I'm about 3 weeks into a calorie deficit plan. Losing about 1.5 lbs per week right now and hitting the gym 6 days per week. I've set PRs in the gym at least once per week and I'm feeling great. This channel has been a big part of that.
One thing I've done is add a maintenance day once per week. I'll eat at my maintenance calories and also eat any "leftover" calories from previous calorie deficit days. It helps me continue to enjoy the nutrition plan I'm on. I feel like I come out of those days stronger and so far I don't add back any lost weight those days.

Hein Dattel says:

Thanks Jeremy. 💫

Shinybeard55 says:

I feel like Greg is coming after Phase 3… 😶😶

Luis Cañamar - MediaBros says:

“Liek u hav 2 do less cardio bc I saw it in a study I didn interpret right” 🙂

No, I’ll never forget.

christian lu says:

This video was really what i needed right now.Your videos have helped me so much.I’m 15 and have been obese all my life.I finally decided to loose the weight.I originally weighed 210 lbs and I got to185 lbs in three months. I’ve had some trouble with losing weight lately and have gained some weight back (I’m 190 again) . Just wanted to say your videos really motivate me to keep going,and I’ve learned so much. So thanks so much! And to anyone else who is trying to loose weight, KEEP GOING!, We can do this together💘💘💘

Gerryl Dionisio says:

Dude wtf I was just watching your 3 other fat loss vids and then this popped up lol

Chris Dee says:

greg is watching you from the shadows! and by the way try a 10/4 diet break, so 10 day deficit and 4c days slight surplus so you loose fat without any stagnation and your metabolism stays always high, no slow dowwn like any other restriction diet

Poison Kobra says:

Can you do a “ training while injuries series” and start with shoulder impingement ?

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