The cut diet outlined in Game Over—The Final Cut Diet You'll Ever Need—is geared toward competitive bodybuilders preparing to get on-stage for a competition.
For the average fitness enthusiast, this diet may not be practical to follow. Therefore, Scivation has outlined "The Lifestyle Diet" for those not looking to get on stage but still wanting to lose fat and maintain a lean physique.
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The Big Letdown
It seems like everyday a new diet fad pops up. The thing all of these "diets" have in common is one word, "FAD," a catchy little "strategy" guaranteed to melt that fat off of your body. There are so many new diet fads that we have lost count.
Yet while the diets don't stay around long, people do get results following them. People do lose weight. Then why do they fail? Most diets will work at least short term, but who wants to live their life depriving themselves of the foods they love? And if you don't mind deprivation, which diet is right for you? What is the final answer for healthy fat loss that you can stick with?
The Lifestyle Cut Diet is meant for everyone and will help you obtain the lean, healthy body you have always dreamed of! This diet works because it is built to fit your schedule and needs. You are allowed to eat various foods without having to count every calorie.
Dieting is very stressful as is without trying to calculate every single calorie you eat. Instead our diet counts "servings" of foods, which makes meal planning much easier.
We recommend that you measure your food the first two weeks to teach yourself what a serving really is. Soon you may not need to measure everything because you will know how much of a certain food a serving is.
The key to this diet is it MUST work with your schedule. We ask you to give us 85% effort to follow the simple, delicious meal plans and you take 15% for yourself. Meaning that when Friday night comes around and you want to go out and have dinner with your friends/family, YOU GO DO IT and not stress or worry about the meal plans.
All we ask is that the next day, take the dog or just yourself for a 15-20 minute walk and get right back on track. We never want the meal plans to interfere with your daily lifestyle.
Another example; say Sunday morning you want pancakes, eggs, bacon and hash browns. By all means, have it. Just do not think you have to starve and not eat the rest of the day to make up for the larger breakfast. This is the last thing you want to do. Your job is to get right back on track and get that second meal in as planned.
Starving is not the answer. When you starve yourself or forget to eat, your body senses this and slows down your metabolic rate because it thinks it does not have the calories it needs to survive. The body's goal is to survive. So when it senses "starvation mode," it simply slows everything down to preserve energy stores, such as fat tissue. This means that fat burning is slowed down to preserve energy.
The goal of The Lifestyle Cut Diet is to keep the body cranking and burning calories. Every time you eat, your body has no choice but to burn calories to digest the foods. That is why we promote eating small meals more frequently. It promotes the constant burning of fat.