Fast Fact to Fat Loss – Kick Start For Beginners

Home » MOTIVATION & SELF LOVE » Fast Fact to Fat Loss – Kick Start For Beginners

Add your email for up to the minute info on KSFL diet & detox, Juicing,
Fatloss tips, Home Workouts,

   Emily Loses 5 1-2 Stone with Kick Start (1)        Business Owner, Mum of 3 & KSFL        Image 2
Here are my 10 Steps To
Eating The Kick Start Lifestyle

1. STOP eating sugar -including fruit juices and sports drinks that contain HFCS, honey, and agave – the body treats all of these “healthy” sugars AS sugar in the body. Elevating your fat storing hormones, increasing cravings & leading to weight gain.

2. Eat healthy fats including coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil, grass fed organic butter – Try Irish Kerrygold

3: Eliminate gluten. This includes bread, cereal, and pasta – Remember Gluten free food like freefoam is almost as bad as actually eating gluten.

4: Eliminate grains & grain derived oils such as corn, soy, and canola. Also remove unstable polyunsaturated oils such as walnut, flax, and peanut oil.

5. Eat locally produced meat from your local butcher or grass fed meat grass-fed meat Plus Pair lots of fish, eggs, and shellfish.

6: Remove all processed, homogenised, and pasteurised dairy.
Don’t worry about calcium you will be eating greens at every meal. That’s plenty of calcium every day.

7: Limit fruits but eat plenty of green vegetables

8: Cook your food gently using a slow cooker Incorporate water into your cooking whenever possible and use low temperatures. Bin the microwave.

9: Stop snacking – 3 good meals about 4/5 hours apart is perfect to regulate blood sugars and balance hormones.

10: It’s not about counting calories or points or calories in v calories out its all about understanding the effect different foods have on hormones. The quality of the food you eat is paramount to your fatloss success.

Reading the feedback from yesterdays post I saw a few comments about Kick Start plan looking overwhelming for a beginner & so different from what you thought you knew about eating healthy.

So much of my advice Kick Start  appears to go against “traditional”
nutritional advice that you may get from your GP
or even the NHS.

There is so much new research on fatloss, nutrition, health and exercise and the government guidelines haven’t changed since the 80’s.
The food pyramid hasn’t changed for decades and is outdated and pretty ineffectual.
Start by taking baby steps and change one thing at a time.

The first thing to get right is breakfast,  ditch cereals
unless you want to put on more weight & constantly be craving sugar?

And you really don’t want that… Do you?

I repeat

ALL CEREALS however they are marketed, even if they are marketed as healthy  & for weightloss are FULL of hidden addictive sugars and e numbers.

One of the worst being Special K.

Its the crack of breakfast cereals and will keep you
craving dish after dish.

Eat lean protein for breakfast to balance your hormones and bloods sugars.

Eggs cooked  any way – Omelet/Boiled/Poached even fried in coconut oil are perfect.

It does take a while to shift your breakfast mindset into
ditching the toast & cereals and going for meat, eggs,
or a stirfry or if you can’t stomach it go for a
healthy homemade greens juice.

Also, Beware of too much fruit as your breakfast.

As fruit contain sugars /fructose.

This will elevate your fat storing hormones & you
will crave sugar through the day.

Don’t leave eating for fatloss until after the New Year.

Finish 2014 STRONG.

Waking up on 1st Jan feeling positive.

Not feeling like you
have a fatloss mountain to climb

Try it for a week and see how eating a protein rich breakfast fills you up so much more.
You shouldn’t need to eat again for at least 4/5 hours.

Let me know if this is helpful?

Have a great Friday!

Love Rachel xx
Tweet me @RachelHolmes @KSFLUK
Instagram RachelLholmes KickStartFatLoss

Click here and get the Kick Start ONLINE 7 Day Programme
and start NOW for only £20

Click here and get the Kick Start 14 Day SHRED Programme
and start Now for only £27 
Posted on