I’m going to share surprising ways to speed up fat burning and stay in fat-burning mode.
0:00 Introduction: Speed up fat burning
1:40 How to tell if you’re burning fat
4:40 Things that affect fat burning
7:20 How to burn fat fast
18:45 Check out my video on melatonin!
In this video, I want to give you all of the knowledge you need to lose weight, get into fat burning, and stay in fat burning.
Most people are running on stored sugar—they’re not tapping into fat. It takes between one to three months to become fully fat adapted. But, these tips can help speed up this process.
How to know if you’re fat-adapted:
1. You can go longer between meals without hunger
2. You no longer crave carbs
3. You’re energy is stable, and you have more energy
4. Your mental activity is enhanced, and your mood is elevated
5. You have increased endurance during exercise
6. You’re sleeping better
Different variables affect your ability to burn fat. But, you have the ability to affect every one of these variables.
The more you control these factors, the more you can control your ability to burn fat, your metabolism, your quality of life, and your level of health.
How to speed up fat burning:
• Do HIIT only once or twice per week with plenty of recovery.
2. Take apple cider vinegar before bed
• Mix 4-6 oz. of water with 1 tbsp. ACV and drink this about an hour before bed.
3. Improve your sleep
• Take vitamin D3 with vitamin K2 and B1 or nutritional yeast before bed, try a breathing technique (from my video), take a nap.
4. Lower your stress
• Take a long walk in nature, take nutritional yeast, expose yourself to infrared light, do physical work.
5. Stay consistent with lowering your carbs
• Don’t cheat on your diet, and check your A1C.
6. Do intermittent fasting
• In the beginning, consume more fat at the end of your meal to fast longer. Once you’re fat-adapted, reduce your fat. When you’ve hit your goal add more fat to maintain your weight. Don’t go below 75g of fat per day.
7. Consume nutrient-dense foods • Do Healthy Keto with quality nutrient-dense foods.