Place a pan on a heat source, add desired fat, whether butter, coconut oil etc. and allow heat to penetrate fat and change its state from a solid to a liquid, and if you want to burn fat just leave it on the heat for a longer time!
It’s amazing how many diet books, exercise videos and trainers tell you that their fabulous workout system or super diet melts body fat away, well I’m sorry to say it doesn’t, fat cells do not work like that and I think it makes it easier to think of fat cells as like a bank account, you fat spoon make deposits, like on payday and withdrawals, like when paying bills, and they are rarely static.
Fats cells are storage unit for excess energy that cannot be utilized in the body right away, so It’s saved until required so if we overeat, don’t exercise, consume sugar ladened low fibre foods or drinks, etc. we are going to promote more storage than withdrawal. Right now you’re probably thinking if I starve myself then I will remove lots and it’s a done deal, well the body is a bit smarter than that and it will sacrifice muscle tissue as an energy source instead of fat as a survival mechanism.

Slow and steady wins the race!
Eating a whole food diet in a slight caloric deficit, lifting some weights and moving more should achieve a fat loss goal of about a pound/week, which is a sensible number. Yes, it takes a while and not every week will be a successful one, but we don’t put 20 lbs of body fat on in a month, so why would it come off that fast!




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