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@shannanponton nutritional advice is valuable in helping customise your macros to power your fitness β˜ΊοΈπŸ‘πŸ’ͺπŸ‘Œ

For optimum body fat and body weight loss, I recommend a system I call 2, 3, 4. 1. 1. 1. Rolls off the tongue perfectly and it's so easy to remember. This way of eating fits perfectly into our 21st century lifestyle.
In detail:
200 Calories for Breakfast
300 Calories for Lunch
400 Calories for Dinner
Plus, three 100 Calorie snacks, spaced out, to be eaten halfway between each meal.
Believe it or not 1200 Cal if done correctly keeps me satisfied for an entire day. It's imperative to opt for calorie sparse foods. A lower the fat content and being less processed generally will generally make smarter choices. There's a huge misconception that 'good fat' will assist you to lose weight. There’s eternal debate over this fact. One fact I do know is: 'good fat' has 9 Cal / Gram, 'bad fat' has.. you guessed it.. 9 Cal / Gram.
 'Good fat' is very good for your cardio vascular system, anti-inflammatory properties, hair, skin and neurological system. 'Bad fat' is inflammatory and detrimental to numerous other functions.
But for weight loss, the two are identical.
I've had amazing success with this way of eating, across all genres.
On The Biggest Loser, my contestants followed this method and the Blue Team produced the most winners. It works for everybody even 68kg boxers needing to make 59.4kg weight limits.   
It's vital to remember it's not only about counting calories, but critically, the QUALITY of those calories. 
Stick to higher protein, lower carbs (always low GI) and lower fat for every meal.
Carb timing is critical. Only eat Carbohydrates in the morning or within 30 mins either side of higher intensity exercise. The reason being carbohydrates give you physiological energy and need to be utilized and fuelled by moving your body.
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There’s no secret to weight loss - it always comes back to achieving consistent calorie deficit.

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Essential training and fitness advice from @joepitt_ around the benefits of High Intensity Interval Training  (HIIT) β˜ΊοΈπŸ‘πŸ’ͺ
1. Excess post exercise oxygen consumption - Described as an increase in the rate of oxygen uptake which is designed to erase the oxygen debt after a period of strenuous activity or exercise.
2. Increase Fat Oxidisation - Proven to have a greater increase in specific hormones that speeds up metabolism. 
3. Improve muscle glucose disposal - Your muscles will utilise more carbohydrates for up to 36hrs after high intensity intervaltraining therefore less likely to store as body fat.
4. Recruits larger muscle fibres - High Intensity Interval Training helps create new mitochondria which is responsible for using more fat as energy and helps metabolise food better.
5. Enhance Muscle Hypertrophy/Growth - Increase in muscle will increase the consumption of calories 24hrs a day.
Essential training and fitness advice from @joepitt_ around the benefits of High Intensity Interval Training  (HIIT) β˜ΊοΈπŸ‘πŸ’ͺ
1. Excess post exercise oxygen consumption - Described as an increase in the rate of oxygen uptake which is designed to erase the oxygen debt after a period of strenuous activity or exercise.
2. Increase Fat Oxidisation - Proven to have a greater increase in specific hormones that speeds up metabolism. 
3. Improve muscle glucose disposal - Your muscles will utilise more carbohydrates for up to 36hrs after high intensity intervaltraining therefore less likely to store as body fat.
4. Recruits larger muscle fibres - High Intensity Interval Training helps create new mitochondria which is responsible for using more fat as energy and helps metabolise food better.
5. Enhance Muscle Hypertrophy/Growth - Increase in muscle will increase the consumption of calories 24hrs a day.
Did you know that you can now vote on your favourite meals in the @fitnessmealsau customer portal?
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Fitnessmeals.com.au is adding an extra 50% more green veg to all 30g pure protein meals!
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