Stop Counting Calories To Lose Weight (Do THIS Instead)…
Do You NEED To Count Calories To Lose Weight?
Hey everyone! It’s Katherine here again.
Today, I have a fascinating topic: counting calories.
I know a lot of people swear by counting calories to help them lose weight…
While other people HATE it.
And there are even some—doctors and scientists included—who think it’s useless!
So, what’s the truth?
Do you actually need to pull out a calculator to add each up food… each meal… and each day?TRENDING: Science Reveals Easy, No-Workout Ways to Lose Weight… While You Snooze!
You know, writing down or putting into an app that you ate an apple (95 calories)… an egg (78 calories)… and a salad you made yourself (which you have to calculate by adding up your spinach, tomato, cucumber, maybe olives, a little sprinkle of cheese, and a handful of sunflower seeds… not even to mention the dressing!).
Or are you better off focusing on something else in order to reach your weight loss goals?
That’s what I’m here to talk about today.
Let’s get started…
Catch The Full Transcript Below…
Hi guys! I’m Katherine, your weight loss guru here at Fit Trim Happy.
Today’s segment is a special “Ask Katherine” video, where I’ll answer one of your most popular questions.
If you have a question you’d like me to answer, be sure to submit it below in the comments… and you might find your question featured in our next video.
So, let’s get started. Today’s question is, “Do I need to count calories to lose weight?”
Now, this is a question I get asked a lot. And unfortunately, there’s a lot of conflicting answers out there.TRENDING: This Massive “Mistake” Melted 48lbs Off Her Body (Click Here to See How)…
The truth is no, you don’t need to count calories to lose weight. But if you’re not seeing results, then you may want to.
Here’s why: our bodies lose weight by burning more calories than we take it. There are two ways to make sure you burn more calories than you take in: 1) eat less or 2) exercise more.
In order to burn calories and lose weight by exercising, you’ll want to incorporate 3-5 days of cardio or HIIT and weightlifting into your routine. If you’re already doing this and not seeing results, you may want to start counting calories.
Counting calories can be tricky at first but becomes easier with time… especially if you eat the same types of food over and over again.
Even healthy foods can have a high calorie count… so it’s important to start paying attention to how many calories you’re taking in per day. You can use a free app like MyFitnessPal… which I personally use every day… to track your food, figure out how many calories you need to eat to meet your goal, and plan meals in advance.
So, while you don’t need to count calories, it can help you lose weight and see where you currently stand on your calorie intake, especially if you’re just starting out on your weight loss journey.BRAND-NEW: Research Shows These 3 Sugar Substitutes Are Best For Burning Fat (Plus 2 You Should NEVER Eat)
Now, another thing you’ll want to reduce or even eliminate from your diet is sugar… which is just empty calories.
Now, does that sound impossible? Don’t worry!
I’ve got a free gift to help you get started. It’s a guide to the 3 best sugar substitutes that are not only healthy but they taste SO good, you won’t even miss processed sugar.
Get your gift by going to fittrimhappy.com/sugar.
I hope you enjoy your gift, and until next time, I’m Katherine from Fit Trim Happy—lose the weight fast and keep it off.
Have a great day!
Instead Of Counting Calories To Lose Weight… Do THIS!
After a few days of counting calories… you’ll know exactly where you stand with your baseline diet.
Then, instead of breaking out the expensive (and heavy) scale with every meal…
…or entering everything you eat into an app like you’re a freaking prisoner to your phone…
And it’s been scientifically proven to help you flatten your tummy… be less gassy and bloated… and have more energy too .
It’s a collection of 4 probiotic “living nutrients” isolated by Dr. Steven Masley that cause your body to burn food as energy… instead of storing it as fat.
And now, for the first time ever, in a short, free video, Dr. Masley will show you:
- Which probiotic strains are scientifically proven to burn off fat (and which ones actually can cause you to gain weight)
- How much of these probiotic strains to take… and
- The only place to get all 4 at once in one spot
Simply click the link below and watch until the end—Dr. Masley has a special surprise if you do(!):