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Eat Everything and Lose Weight! Eat Less and Gain Weight! Here's Why!

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How would you like to eat everything--including your favorite desserts--and still lose weight?

Too good to be true? Well, perhaps if I were selling you a weight loss product to achieve this, it's probably too good to be true.

But I'm not.

It's all natural and you don't have to buy anything--cheap health and fitness with middle income budget.

In fact, the less food you eat, the harder for you to lose weight. You may even gain more weight by lessening your food intake. Ironic but it's true. And there's a scientific explanation.

It's all about Leptin. It's a protein hormone naturally produced by the body that is the main key to regulating fat storage.

Remember the word--leptin.

Leptin is why some people can't lose weight no matter how hard they try. It's also why some people just lose weight like crazy even if they eat a lot with zero exercise (probably why Jughead can eat a lot and remain slim).

Aside from exercise, you need to have a healthy supply of leptin in your body to lose weight. And to get enough of it, you need to eat enough food. You need enough carbs. Once you lessen your food intake, leptin levels drop. Then your body is unable to lose weight.

That's why skipping meals or eating less doesn't work. As I have always said, you have to eat everything in healthy proportions.

But you can't also be eating like a glutton all day everyday and expect leptin to keep you slim. Common sense will tell you, it's got to be balanced diet.

So I recommend you eat balanced everday (skipping no meal or avoiding no food except processed food) and then have a cheat day once a week. A cheat day is when you eat all you can. That raises your leptin levels. Then go average again after that. But do increase your carbohydrates intake a little bit more each day as you approach cheat day.

I said a little bit each day, okay? Apply common sense to that.

And avoid processed food and processed meat at all cost. They trigger leptin resistance--a condition when your body doesn't respond anymore to the hormone.

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