Calorie Shifting What A Healthy Easy Diet Is All About

Hi, it’s Betty again!

As I already said, a healthy easy diet is based on calorie shifting. So, in these past few days I got some emails asking for an explanation. Don’t worry, I won’t keep you in dark any longer.

What is calorie shifting?

It is a dieting technique that has become one of the most popular ways to lose weight. It is fast, safe and doesn’t require hard work! That is why I was so amazed when I was told about it. Everything I tried earlier needed hard work, but offered nothing in return. And what I found most interesting – you can eat most of your favorite meals, although fast foods are not recommended.

Because this diet is so unusual and goes against most dieting rules and standards, people are quick to dismiss this diet as being a scam. But anyone who tries this diet quickly finds out how shocking the weight loss effect is. It’s just something you have to see to believe.

Why other diets don’t work?

And when you understand calorie shifting and the proper value of good healthy diet recipes, you’ll understand why other diets just don’t work. I mean, some of them may work in a short run, but as soon as your body realizes that you are starving, it’ll start to store fat and you’ll get the opposite effect. You could end up even fatter than when you started. Not to mention how unhealthy it can be not to eat full meals.

So, how to do it properly…

The most important part of calorie shifting is that you have to eat meals few times a day. No snacks or tiny meals are allowed in between. Every meal should again have different calorie values, but must be a full meal. Drinking lots of water during calorie shifting helps speed up the process and increase the weight loss effect because the water will flush out the food and help keep metabolism high. Because you are eating meals in different calorie values, you will cause a unique reflex in your body which will raise metabolism and fat burning and keep it high for as long as you keep doing calorie shifting so you can lose weight while you sleep! In short calorie shifting works by getting you to eat the right food at specific times of the day and then by rotating it so your metabolism never gets used to any routine.

But, if you are interested in performing a calorie shifting diet, it is very important to have a guide to help you. You can always try it on your own, but a lot of times, people end up wasting a lot of time and money with trial-and-error when trying to figure this diet out on their own. As far as I know, the only diet that uses calorie shifting is the one I was recommended and can be found online. But, more about it soon…

Dont Hate Calories Easy Healthy Diet

To understand better what it means – having your mind set to being on the right path with your easy healthy diet, here is an interesting article from the ebook “How To Boost Your Metabolism”. You can get the entire book for free (among other 5 ebooks) if you start your “Fat Loss 4 Idiots” program through my site.

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The word calorie has a bad rap. We constantly come across calorie reduced or low calorie foods. And it’s not uncommon to overhear someone gasp about the immense calorie content of certain foods, such as a rich and creamy desert, or a giant fast food burger.

All of this anti-calorie rhetoric therefore has made a lot of us pretty calorie-phobic; as soon as we see something that has lots of them, we run away.

But is this wise?

Yes and no. Yes, it’s wise in the sense that avoiding that doublelayer chocolate fudge cake for desert is probably a good idea (actually, scratch that; it is a good idea). The calories that come from the cake are really going to be the socalled empty calorie kind; which means that there’s no real nutritional value that your body can squeeze out and make use of.

But in the bigger picture, it’s unwise for your metabolism to become calorie-avoidant.

Why?

Because your body is a marvelous machine that tries, at all times, to do what it can to make your life easier. Indeed, while it may not always function at optimal levels (for a variety of reasons, including genetics), it still tries to do its very best. The body, for all of its limitations and so forth, is not a lazy thing!

With this in mind, the body is always trying to keep is alive and functioning in the manner that it deems to be healthiest.

And that’s why if you suddenly decrease the amount of calories that you need, your body won’t try to do more with less. In other words, your body won’t respond in the way that you want it to: it won’t necessarily provoke catabolism and thus reduce weight and fat cells.

Instead, your smart and wise body will try to keep you alive by slowing down its metabolism. It will simply believe that something is wrong – maybe you’re trapped somewhere without food – and it will just begin to become very stingy with energy.

So what’s the end result?

If your body needs 2000 calories a day to survive, and you suddenly give it only 1000, it won’t begin to burn off 1000 calories worth of cells that you have lying around on your love handles. Instead, your body will slow down its metabolism. It will really try and get as much energy out of those 1000 calories, because it doesn’t want to waste anything…