How To Create A Perfect Fat Burning Meal
This One Simple Change Can Turn ON Your ‘Lean Switch’
Over the last decade, nutrition researchers have found that there is a specific way to build meals that turn on your “lean switch” almost immediately.
And when you learn how to assemble these Perfect Meals (which I’ll show you in a moment), your body naturally becomes leaner and stronger, and weight loss becomes effortless.
By assembling meals with the right amount of healthy fats, good carbs, and muscle building protein…you can work with your body’s biochemistry to create that natural lean look you want.
Now a perfect meal is broken down into 3 core building blocks. These building blocks are healthy fats, lean protein, and good carbs. Fats, Protein and Carbs are often referred to as Macronutrients.
You can combine these 3 macronutrients into an endless combination of gastronomic possibilities. However there is only one Perfect Meal, and here is what it looks like.
A Perfect Meal looks like this:
a. 65% healthy fats
b. 25% lean protein
c. 10% good carbs
Now you might be asking why 65%, 25% and 10%? What makes that he perfect ratio? Its a fair question. The answer has two parts. The first part is that doing math on 5% increments is a lot easier than 63%, 24% and 13%.
The second part has to do with biochemisty and they way your body works. Inside your body is a hormone called insulin. It is THE master fat burning and fat storage hormone in your body. When insulin is high you store fat, when its low, you burn fat.
Which is why you want a diet that keeps you full, nourished and satisfied, AND keeps your insulin levels low.
To achieve that you need the majority of your diet to be based around foods that make you feel full, give you long lasting energy and eliminate brain fog. And good fats are the best choice for that.
They also, when combined with minimal carbs, teach your body to use fat for fuel. This is EXACTLY what you want. Once your body burns through the fat you eat, it starts melting the fat from your belly, hips, thighs and other flab catching locations.
65% gives you enough fat to keep you full and enough room to allow for protein and carbs.
Next comes protein.
Now most people don’t get enough lean protein to protect and maintain their muscles. So you need enough to allow your body to function at optimal levels, but not too much. When you eat more protein than your body needs it turns the extra into glucose, which is basic sugar. Sugar causes your insulin levels to increase which, as you now know, causes you to store fat.
25% is just the right amount to give your body what it needs without giving it too much.
Finally, healthy carbs, like veggies, nuts and some fruit, give you the vitamins and nutrients you’ve missed by eating processed carbs.
Keeping the total carbs low forces your body to use fat for fuel and keeps your insulin levels in a healthy range all day long.
10% is the magic number.
When you eat like this consistently, your body will adapt and [some amazing things] will naturally begin to happen:
- You’ll feel fuller, longer- which will help you curb cravings
- You’ll wake up fully rested and experience long lasting energy throughout the day
- You’ll eliminate many digestive issues such as bloating and gas
- You’ll boost your vitamin and mineral intake without relying on expensive supplements
- You’ll reduce inflammation in your joints
- You’ll keep your blood sugar low and constant
- You’ll turn on your “lean switch” which will lead to a steady loss of unneeded and unattractive fat
- You’ll create a killer body WITHOUT going to the gym or spending hours and hours each day exercising.
I even made a short training video about building a perfect meal a while back…here it is if you missed it the first time.
I’ll admit, this isn’t as easy as it sounds. If you set out to do this on your own, you’ll constantly be adjusting the recipes found in most cookbooks to remove toxic ingredients, cut out unnecessary carbs and replace them with good fats and protein.
If you want to do it yourself, here’s what you have to do:
Find a recipe database. Then look up the grams of all the fats, proteins, and carbs in each food item, then manually adjust the amount of each food item so that the percentages are correct. This could easily take you 20 – 30 minutes per meal to figure out.
As you can see, building your own perfect meals every week can be done…but it is very time consuming and laborious. Just imagine going through this process for three meals a day, seven days a week. That’s 21 meals!
And don’t forget that once you make the meal plan, you still have to shop for it. That means breaking down each meal into the composite ingredients and figuring out how much of each type of food you have to buy.
Let me tell you it is a LOT of work.
Wouldn’t you rather spend that time doing something you really enjoy? Like hanging out with your family or friends, working on a hobby, enjoying a sunset, or just doing nothing?
And wouldn’t it be better if you didn’t have to do all the work, but you still got all the benefits of having 7 days of Perfect Meals planned out for you?
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To Your Health,