Learn How to get the Body Into Fat Burning Mode Naturally.

Content by: 180 Nutrition

By Guy Lawrence

This is a MUST watch if you are following a low fat diet.

When it comes to understanding fat, best-selling author of ‘The Fat Revolution’ Christine Cronau knows her stuff! Watching this video may well change the way you think about fat forever!

You can watch the full Christine Cronau interview: The Fat Revolution here.


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If you are confused about what to eat, we highly recommend Christine’s recipe book: Great Health Is a Piece of Cake: Recipes for Fast Healthy Food

Do you agree with Christine? Do you a natural high fat diet? Love to hear your thoughts below… Guy
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5 Replies to “Learn How to get the Body Into Fat Burning Mode Naturally.”
Emily Devine says:

Hi guys! Iv been off all sugar for a few months and I have eaten a low carbohydrate diet for the past year. My main diet consists of vegetables, dairy, meat, nuts and eggs with the occasional piece of low fructose fruit such as kiwifruit or berries. I initially lost around 13 kg in the first few months but iv recently gained 2 kg back and I am having some trouble I’m losing it again. I use myfitnesspal to track my carb level, my question is how low should my carb level be in order for my body to be in fat burning mode. (I’m 21 yr old female, 156cm and 55kg. I don’t really excersize). Do I need to fast for 24 hours as preparation in order to burn the glycogen storage in my liver first?
I look forward to hearing back from you

Guy Lawrence says:

Hi Emily… As I’m sure you know, not one size fits all… A good example is Stu eats twice as much as me but yet struggles to put on weight, and myself, I put weight on easily if I’m not super diligent. If it were me, I’d introduce fish oil, cut back on the diary and look to do some form of weight training 20-30 minutes a session 2-3 times a week. This will increase your muscle mass, which will help absorb excess carbs, then regulate your blood sugar levels more. I’m a big fan of this and it’s great precursor to help with ones health. And don’t worry about weight gain on this, as kg of fat takes up 4-5 times as much room as a kg of muscle. Good trade if you ask me 😉 Hope that helps, Guy

Logan Quinn says:

From what I’ve read, our bodies goes into ketosis every night, which is why we wake up with bad breath. I had to cut out cheese and reduce the nuts to finally get myself to lose weight (guess I’m really sensitive to carbs). Also check to make sure your not over doing it on proteins (especially if you don’t exercise, you only need about 1g per kg of weight, 2g if you take up weight training as Gary suggested) and getting enough fat in the diet. I discovered the perfect high-fat meat, Beef Brisket, bought a 5 kg slab and slow roasted it for 10 hours wrapped in foil in the oven. I cut off a cold chunk of it and ate it like a piece of cheese, it actual tasted like beef flavored cheese. Delicious, better than bacon in my book.

Guy Lawrence says:

Are you doing any weight/resistant training Logan? The muscle mass will help regulate blood sugar levels well 🙂 Guy

Logan Quinn says:

oops Guy, not Gary. doh!

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