Losing weight is never fun and for most of us, it’s not easy – especially as we get older. The good news is after 25 years of consulting, I have a great “blue-print” for losing stubborn fat … and that’s what I’m going to share with you today.
The “Gallbladder Removal” Challenge
Losing weight is difficult as it is, but it’s an even bigger challenge when you’ve had your gallbladder removed. And the reason is due to food digestion, as well as your change in hormones.
So over the years I’ve noticed a couple of reasons why people have gained unwanted weight/fat after they’ve had their gallbladder removed.
Eating More Fatty Foods
The function of the gallbladder is to hold bile from the liver until it is needed to help metabolize fats in the intestine. When the gallbladder isn’t working correctly or is infected, it can cause pain when stimulated to secrete the bile, especially when you eat fatty foods.
So what happens is most people who have gallbladder problems, simply eat LESS food, especially fatty foods because it hurts too much.
Because of this pain, people end up eating LESS food and this causes weight loss over time…
BUT… when the gallbladder is removed, the pain of eating these fatty foods is ALSO removed and thus, people are able to finally eat a “normal” diet again without pain.
So most people gain weight because now they can enjoy eating more fatty foods because the pain is now gone!
Change In Hormones & Digestion
Another thing to consider is that after gallbladder surgery, your body metabolizes fat differently, cortisol and insulin levels are elevated and this also leads to fat gain due to a change in your hormones and lack of proper digestion.
And this is a big long-term factor.
It’s All About The Hormones
As you can see, hormones really do control everything. Throw in aging and now things get a bit more challenging.
So today I’m going to give you some great suggestions which will help improve your digestion and maximize your fat loss. But we’ll ALSO be optimizing your fat burning hormones – which means a faster metabolism, more energy and healthier fat loss – especially in those stubborn fat areas.
So, don’t worry – it’s not your fault. There is hope, I’ve got the solution and you CAN do it!
Before Getting Started
So before I reveal some "shortcuts" to stripping off that ugly fat, I'd like to get a couple things out of the way:
- NO Drugs - Even though there are specific drugs you can take that'll speed up the fat loss, unfortunately they're loaded with side-effects and later, you'll eventually gain all the weight back when you get off of the drug.
But, don't worry... I'll show you an all-natural solution that works great, with fast results.
- NO "Weight Loss" - The other thing is you want to lose FAT, not just "weight", which is usually valuable muscle loss.
Unfortunately, most weight loss programs cause the wrong type of weight loss.
Today I'll show you how to decrease the inches in those stubborn areas like your belly, arms, hips and legs for the ladies.
Okay, so let's get started with the...
3 Best Methods To Lose Fat Quickly
There are really 3 main keys to healthy, long-term fat loss and I'm going to simplify it for you.
- Diet - this is one of the most important, since you can easily consume more calories than you can burn.
- Exercise - by doing the right form of exercise you'll burn more calories, which will allow you to eat more food or not diet as hard.
- Supplements - the right kind will improve your "fat burning genes" by up-regulating key fat burning hormones, which means faster fat loss.
Step 1 - DIET
The most important aspect of fat loss is your diet because you can easily consume MORE calories than you can burn. It's just so easy and that's why we have to watch what you eat. So, here are a few "fast result" diet tips.
Let's first start with the things you should NOT do because these will quickly sabotage any weight loss goals you'll ever have.
- Do NOT Eat Carbohydrates
I started with the hardest one, but that's because most carbohydrates (grains, breads, pastas, rice, etc.) are very calorie dense and make you retain lots of water weight.
Another major problem is that they easily convert to fat due to the high blood sugar response. IF you're going to have them, do so only after an exercise session.
- Do NOT Drink Your Calories
There is no point in drinking any calories since that takes seconds to consume.
This means no soda, fruit juice, blended coffee drinks or protein shakes and smoothies. Oh yeah, no alcohol either =(
- Do NOT Eat Sauces
This is easier for most people, but don't consume any sauces, syrups, salad dressings, etc.
Too calorie dense and either loaded with sugar and/or fats. Instead, have lemon juice and vinegar on your salad.
Let's move on to the things you CAN and should do...
- DO Eat Carbohydrates
Okay, I know I just told you not to, but carbs are very good for your metabolism because they improve your thyroid production.
You just need to eat the right kinds and that's primarily from unlimited vegetables, some fruits, legumes and occasionally some sweet potatoes if you want a "treat".
- DO Drink
Unlimited water and green tea. Mix in lemon juice and sweeten with natural Stevia and you have a great tasting and healthy drink that will also curb your appetite.
- DO Eat Protein
You should have some protein, but limit it to fish, chicken and lean meats. No more than 4 oz daily and do NOT fry the meats or cook with oils.
Step 2 - EXERCISE
The second most important formula for fat loss success is exercise.
Ideally you should do BOTH aerobic AND anaerobic exercise.
This means cardiovascular - like walking, running, treadmill, etc.
And also lifting weights to increase muscle mass - using free weights, machines and cables. In fact, the weight lifting is more important for FAT loss because the extra muscle burns fat all day long and helps give shape to your body.
You may lose less "weight" on the scale because of the extra muscle size, but you'll lose more UGLY FAT in those stubborn areas, which matters most.
Anyway, just try to do something daily. For faster results, try exercising 2x daily.
For example, you can walk in the morning for 20-30 minutes and do weights in the afternoon for 20-30 minutes. This is the BEST case scenario... I wouldn't expect you to start here, unless you're super motivated or you want faster results.
But just try to do a minimum of 20-30 minutes, 3x weekly of any form of exercise to begin with.
Step 3 - SUPPLEMENTS
Taking specific herbs, vitamins and minerals that are scientifically proven to help lose "weight" is useful if you want to:
- speed up your fat loss results (especially stubborn fat areas)
- increase your metabolism (like when you were younger)
- reduce your appetite (especially for sugars and carbohydrates)
We all know of people who can eat whatever they want, not exercise and they don't really gain much weight. This has to do with genetics and hormones.
This is why when women are menstruating or they're menopausal, they gain weight - in all the wrong places - HORMONES.
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Summary & Bottom Line
You need to eat better and exercise daily - these should be your primary goals.
By utilizing Lean Optimizer with the right diet and exercise program, means healthy fat loss, for long-term results.
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