Working in an office type environment and spending countless uninterrupted hours in front of the computer was bound to take a toll on my weight, so slowly but surely I started gaining weight (in all the wrong parts :). I knew that sooner or later I should start doing something about it because people around me kept saying getting back in shape was not going to be as easy as I thought.
Why most diets don’t work
Turns out they were wrong. Most people get their information from TV programs and commercials, and the general consensus on losing weight is that you should eat less calories. But that’s just misinformation, gaining or losing weight has nothing to do with counting calories and calorie intake. It has everything to do with the acidic residue in your body that stimulates the accumulation of fat tissue.
How To Lose Weight Fast in 3 Easy Steps
Step 1. Flush Out The Toxins
The fastest way to start losing significant weight is to undergo a detox diet to flush out the toxins that clog up your colon and poison your body. Your system is not designed to digest all those different types of fake foods advertised on TV. You need to clean and “grease up the engine” a little bit.
Step 2. Restore Your Alkaline Balance
The single major cause of disease and obesity is acidic residue, caused by our improper imbalanced diet. All this talk about calories is just nonsense. I bet you know plenty of people eating how much they want and not gain weight. How come? They have a more alkaline diet by eating more fruits and vegetables. It’s not about calories, it’s about pH.
Most high protein foods and “fake foods” (like doritos, cheerios…) have a higher acidity level than your body. So the body starts producing fat tissue to “glue” to the acidic molecules to try to get back to the normal pH level. Once you start eating a more alkalizing diet, the body’s need for fat decreases and you’ll start losing weight.
Step 3. Exercise to increase your metabolism
There’s no way around it so I’ll just be blunt with you: You can’t lose weight just sitting around. For thousands of years we’ve been nomads, hunter-gatherers. We actually had to walk to find plants to eat or run around chasing animals. But that’s changed recently and the lack of activity is having a huge impact on us. You definitely need to get some exercise.
To help you keep motivated during this process, start a daily journal and track your progress. Write down what you eat daily, what exercises you’re doing and for how long. Your mind is looking for fast satisfaction so being able to track progress is going to help you stay on course.