Fat Loss Diet Plan For Women

Did you know that you can achieve fat loss without having to go through a low fat diet? If you didn’t know already, it’s time you find out that good fats actually don’t make you fat. What are good fats? These are monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which are supposedly good for your overall physical health, improving everything from your cholesterol levels and heart to your nerve activity and immune system. Incidentally, there was breaking news on saturated fats some time ago. Apparently, what we once believed was wrong; these also fall under good fats.

Considering that good fats are not to be avoided, paleo makes an easy and effective fat loss diet plan for women. For paleo dieters, consumption of good fats makes them feel happy and appreciate their meals better. These also happen to be a major source of energy for them.

What is involved in a paleo diet? Following the feeding habits of the early man, it includes such selections as meat, fish, seafood, vegetables, fruits, and nuts. Human beings during the Paleolithic era are mainly hunters and gatherers, so they did not have access to grains, dairy, and processed food. They definitely were not vegetarians or vegans. In order to survive, they needed something more substantial to subsist on.

If you’re interested in paleo, but would like to put emphasis on fat loss as a health goal, you should try meals that follow this formula:

  • 4-8 ounces of lean protein (e.g. chicken, turkey, lean beef, pork loin, and seafood)
  • Several servings of a rainbow of vegetables (preferably raw, but steaming and light cooking would also do)
  • Cap the meal off with servings of good fats (e.g. avocado, and unsalted nuts)

Note: Limit fruit intake to just a serving or two of fruits each day, preferably berries or melons, until you’ve achieved the level of leanness you were after.

Feeding on 3-4 meals of such a combination daily will have you easily and quickly losing unwanted body fat without putting yourself through the usual hunger pangs and cravings characteristic of most fat loss diets.

For cooking, veteran paleo dieters recommend using coconut oil. It is saturated fat and is stable under heat, which makes it perfect for cooking paleo meals. Avocado oil may also be used, but not at high temperatures. Olive oil, on the other hand, is best simply drizzled on salads or already cooked food. Those who want to make exception to butter and ghee, despite their being dairy, may use them for cooking as well.

You can lose body fat while consuming good fats. You can do it through the paleo way.

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