1.Eat less to lose weight: this is a huge debated area when it comes to weight loss. A lot of nutrition advice tell you to eat less. Your body adapts and learns to function on whatever you give it. Often reducing your intake of calories will leave you undernourished and fatigued. Counting calories isn’t the most effective way of weight loss, since macronutrients have different impacts on the body.
Many people eat less that their metabolic requirements and lac calories to fuel their bodies. This may cause nutritional deficiencies such as fatigue, poor exercise performance and disrupted sleep, which interrupt with weight loss. A good rule of thumb, eat good quality food which fulfills your requirements. It’s very hard to get fat and obese from eating good quality veggies and protein. You shouldn’t think “move more, eat less”, think of your fuelling performance, and weight loss with be a by-product.