One specific nutrition strategy that has risen in popularity in recent years is called a Diet Break. This is a fat loss/weight loss strategy that involves a strategic manipulation of calories and has been touted as an effective tool.
Fat loss is a very common goal among athletes of all levels due to the desire to be leaner. Therefore it is not surprising that more and more active individuals are looking into diet breaks as potential way to improve fat loss or for those wondering “how to break a weight loss plateau”.
What is a diet break?
Should you be eating more to lose weight?
Are diet breaks an effective way to achieve fat loss?
These are 3 questions that come about often when I am speaking with new clients about this subject.
In this short guide, you will learn about diet breaks and how they can be used to improve your fat loss results. Consider this your Diet Breaks 101 Mini Guide.
Did you know that there are differences between fat burning vs fat loss itself?
Fat loss is such a common goal in the health and fitness space yet there continues to be many confusions and misconceptions surrounding the strategy behind achieving weight loss.
Everyone seems to be looking for the “quickest way to lose belly fat”, “the best exercise to reduce belly fat”, and the “best way to burn fat”.
So it is no wonder that no matter where you look, it appears there is a list of fat loss tips or people preaching that “their way” is the “best way” to achieve successful fat loss.
However, to truly understand weight loss and fat loss…you need to understand the difference between fat burning and fat losing - because only one of them is ultimately your goal.
In this simple guide, you will learn about the truth that you need to know to better understand your fat loss plan and make better decisions to achieve your health and fitness goals.
Hi there! My name's Aleksa Gagic - i'm a Brisbane Sports Dietitian & Brisbane Sports Nutritionist. I have 7+ years experience in providing professional nutrition consulting and want to help you learn about the power of flexible nutrition.