Meal Timing

I am excited writing this month’s newsletter! The information
covered in our February issue will show you how you can burn up
to three times as much fat, every exercise session, without the
use of drugs, steroids, or stimulants. This is a “trick of the
trade” of the body building industry that helped me lose 65 lbs.
in 84 days, and place as a top finalist in a worldwide body
transformation contest.

WARNING!! If you are Hypoglycemic, Diabetic, or have serious
health problems, do not incorporate this into your workout
program. Always seek the advice of a Medical Doctor before
starting any diet or exercise program.

Now that our disclaimer is etched in cyber stone, let’s get

Meal timing is extremely important for rapid weight loss.
Depending upon your height/weight body ratio, (will get into
this in more detail in future issues) you should be eating
between three to five small meals a day, spread 3 to 4 hours
apart. This fuels the fire, and keeps your metabolism high. If
you have a normal sleep schedule, (ex. 11:00PM – 6:00AM) you
want your last meal to be no later than 7:00PM. When you wake
up at 6:00AM, it has been 11 hours since your last meal, and you
have an empty stomach with a minimal carbohydrate reserve.

If at all possible, exercise before you eat your first meal. If
you eat before exercising, your body will burn off your carb
reserve first, before attacking the fat pad. You can actually
burn up to three times as much fat per session by exercising on
an empty stomach. We realize everyone does not have a normal
sleep schedule, or the ability to exercise first thing in the
morning. Adjust this principle to your individual schedule. If
you can not exercise until 7:00PM, eat lunch no later than
2:00PM, do your exercise, and eat dinner after you finish.

If you suffer with Hypoglycemia, Diabetes, or any other health
condition that affects your blood sugar, do not incorporate this
into your program. Exercise lowers your blood sugar level. If
you have been diagnosed with any of these health problems, make
sure you eat before exercising and keep a piece of fruit with
you in case of an emergency.

If you start to become dizzy, feel faint, nauseous, or weak
during exercise – immediately STOP. If you feel like you are
going to faint, sit down and place your head between your knees.
Eating a piece of fruit will usually help alleviate these

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