The Only 100 Words You Need To Read To Lose Fat

July 23, 2015 | 9 Comments

Hey [name of person who reads my blog],

I just got back from vacation, so I don’t have time to write up a long post. So I thought it would be fun to write 100 words on how to lose fat. If you read and follow the advice, then I guarantee you will lose fat.

If you don’t lose fat, then that means you can’t read. It’s really that simple, so here it goes:

Eat less. Nothing is going to happen if you don’t cut back on your calories. Don’t worry about the types of food you eat. Just eat your favorite foods, but eat smaller amounts. Aim for a min of 0.6 grams of protein per lb of bodyweight and take a multivitamin and Omega 3 supplement everyday.

When you exercise, don’t do cardio. Do the bare minimum. Just lift heavy weights 2-3 times per week. Get in, hit your major muscle groups, and get out.

And please don’t stress! Don’t worry about “clean” and “dirty” foods. Remember that food is only energy, nothing more. 

There you have it. Boom!

Seriously, everything you need to know about fat loss is written in those 100 words. If this is the only article you read on my blog, then fine. I’m cool with that. At least I told you everything you need to know.

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  1. Hmm, that was short. LoL. Although I totally agree that this info is enough to lose weight I might want to add, that – in order to not only lose weight but maybe get a liiiittle bit more healthy – it would be good to add some veggies here and there. Just one ore two! 😉


    PS: Hope you enjoyed your vacation!!

    1. Hey Jen,
      Thanks. Vacation was very relaxing. And yeah, adding a couple fruits and vegetables every day definitely won’t hurt. I try to eat a bit every day myself.

    1. Doug,
      This is was meant to act as a bare minimum on what you need to know to lose fat. You could do cardio, but I don’t always recommend it since the calorie burn isn’t going to make a huge difference and doing lots of cardio doesn’t always mix well with low calorie diets.


  2. Just a teeny tiny question regarding protein intake

    I have tend to have alot of trouble meeting the bare minimum of 0,6 per lb, since meat and whey supplements are expensive here.

    What happens if I don’t meet the requirement on most days? I still happen to excercise at least x3 per week, will I still lose mass?

    1. Yes you might lose a bit of muscle mass, impossible to say how much but it won’t be dramatic as long as you’re training hard.

      1. I disagree, protein intake is so overrated. As if our bodies skip over the fat ( Stored energy) and immediately burn up lean muscle if your not eating protein like a mad dog, that’s not scientific at all!

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