Over the last 5 weeks, I’ve dropped 6 pounds and feel great.
I look better than I have in a long time too.
The weird part is I can’t tell you how much pizza, sushi, and soda I ate in the process, yet I still got some great results.
How is this possible?
Well, now that I got my bragging out of the way, it’s time to spill the beans.
I ate the right amount of calories.
Yeah, that’s really the number 1 reason why I was able to get results.
Let me give you a bit of insight on how a day off from work goes.
I’ll wake up, fast until at least noon, and only drink water and coffee (and maybe have l-theanine).
As I start cooking my first meal, my bro mentions wanting pizza.
I love pizza.
Three large mushroom slices from Dominos sounds like a good time, especially with some diet soda.
Sounds like the epitome of a healthy meal, right?
Well, those 3 slices end up being 780 calories which contain, 27g fat, 102g carbs, and 30g protein.
Knowing this, I plan accordingly.
I have my 4 eggs, 100g oats with strawberries and flax seed, spinach, ketchup, and 28g almonds for breakfast and get excited about that pizza.
There’s only one real sacrifice I have to make on this day.
In order to fit everything in my calories, my final meal of the day will have to be 340g chicken breast with all purpose seasoning and yellow mustard.
It’s a plain meal, but honestly still pretty damn good.
So I finish up breakfast, work on my website and play videogames with my bro until the pizza arrives, and enjoy those 3 delicious slices.
A few hours later I have my chicken and mustard with some green tea and I’m stuffed.
Another successful day of dieting completed.
So the truth is that you can’t eat as much as you want, but you can fit any food you want into your diet.
But that’s another story for another time.
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