What Happens When You ONLY Use Exercise for Weight Loss

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about what happens when you only use exercise for weight loss without a good eating plan. The belly is an indirect indicator of the amount of insulin there is in the body. Insulin is the fat storing hormone that is triggered by various things – It stores fat around the middle section and the liver. Exercise as a tool for weight loss will not lower insulin to any significant degree.

What to Do?
• Cut the Carbs – like brown rice, pasta, wine, fruits
• Intermittent fasting – Decrease the frequency of meals. Stop snacking before or after you workout and workout on a fasting state.

Hey, I’m back and in this video we are gonna talk about what happens when you only use exercise for weight loss and you don’t use a good eating plan. I here this all the time where people pretty much say, “I just wanna eat what I want and I am just gonna exercise off the extra calories.” But what is interesting is these people always, they might look muscular and bulky but they always have gut or a middle section. I have this guy in the gym, the gym that I go to, I see every time I am in there this guy is into some serious exercise, I mean he can do a million sit ups, he can do all sorts of things that I can’t do. But he has a pits of crust and he has a gut right here, so I know that his diet is not correct. Your belly is an indirect indicator of the amount of insulin you have in the body – it is really the insulin. Insulin is a hormone that is triggered by various things that is a fat storing hormone. It stores fat around the middle section and in the liver. And it also prevents you from tapping in or using the fat in the mid-section. If you have a middle section weight or anything that is a top or anything right here, your insulin is just too high and exercise as a tool will not lower insulin to any significant degree. You are kind of leaving 85 to 90% of results in the table when you are only using exercise as your only tool. Now you might thing you are doing the right eating plan, but the bottom line is, is it working? Is it causing your stomach to actually go flat? So if you something with a gut it is actually an eating problem, it is not a lack of exercise problem. When you do sit ups and you work out on the middle section hardcore, you end up having tighter muscles but now it is more protruded but you still have the gut. It doesn’t get rid of the fat around the organs or the liver. Now I have a lot of videos, I am gonna put the links down below on what to do in detail.

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Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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