Before I entered the fitness and nutrition world, I couldn’t work out why some of my friends never seemed to add an ounce of fat to their toned physique no matter what kind of junk they scoffed down their gob.
Biscuits, chips, burgers, the lot; it never seemed to add an inch to their waist like it did to me.
And it didn’t make any sense because I was doing everything I could to follow a “fast metabolism diet”:
- I was eating plenty of “clean foods” that wouldn’t drag my metabolism down like the junk they ate
- I made sure I had my meals at the right time of day to maximize the amount of fat I burnt
- And I ate little and often to keep my metabolic flame roaring
But it didn’t seem to make a scrap of difference.
Now I realise that what I was doing was completely wrong though.
And what I thought was helping me achieve the body I wanted was in actual fact doing the complete opposite.
It wasn’t a fast metabolism diet at all, and the reality is that I was missing the forest for the trees, focusing on boosting my metabolism in completely the wrong way.
Let me explain…
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