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5 Golden Rules Of Dieting And Weight Loss, According To The ‘Figure Magician’

Many fitness experts claim to know the secret to being slim, but for “figure magician” Louise Parker, there is no magic to losing weight. Her approach to weight loss goes against traditional approaches, and this is how she rose to prominence. Here are some of her rules when it comes to realistically losing weight.

“Most people underestimate how easy it is to succeed and smash their goals, once they find a program that works. So aim high. You get one life, and we want you to live it in your best body ever.” — Louise Parker 

 No Secret to Weight Loss

While most dietitians and figure magicians would try to sell you their secret to getting your dream figure, Parker goes the other way around. She says that her approach to weight loss means that you do not have to count every calorie you consume. In short, there is no secret. All it takes is eating healthy and adopting a diet that allows you to treat yourself once in a while.

Dubbed by her clients and followers as “The Figure Magician,” Parker says that she is on a mission to put a stop to fad diets, cleanses, and eating patterns. She emphasizes that there is actually no one rule to permanent weight loss.

 Think Successfully

The Louise Parker method consists of four pillars. The first one involves something from within. In this pillar, clients are pushed to adopt a positive mindset. This is something that can be hard to do because losing weight means a lifestyle change. Second is that you should assume nothing but success. That is your end goal; so keep your eyes focused on the prize.

The third part of this principle is that you should visualize your goal, and it needs to be clear so that you can literally feel it. This is a common problem among a lot of people who want to lose weight because—they expect to be really ripped the moment they start working out. Finally, you should keep positive and be with an inspiring company throughout this journey.

 How to Build Meals for Weight Loss

Parker’s method involves making all of your meals have a low glycemic index. A core principle is for you to let your body adapt to these kinds of food, which means that your blood sugar and insulin levels will be more stable. This is only possible if your body gets accustomed to foods that have low glycemic indices.

She says that your body has to be regularly fed with all the main nutrients that it needs. You can get some low glycemic index carbs for slow energy release, some protein to manage appetite and repair muscles, fats for health, and fiber for better digestion. The end goal of this eating pattern is to avoid spikes in blood sugar levels so that you will remain in what she calls the “fat burning zone.”

 Never Skip Breakfast

You have heard it somewhere else before that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. For the figure magician, this is true. Parker agrees that you should never skip breakfast. In her approach, you are not only shedding body fat but incorporating eating strategies to your lifestyle in a simple manner that will also give you that significant metabolic uplift. One of her favorite recipes is vanilla overnight oats, which can last you three days when you prepare it once.

What is great about her recipes is that they take less than eight minutes to prepare. However, you have to spend some time planning on a Sunday. This means that you will save a lot of waste and will be more mindful and committed about what you eat.

 Don’t Just Wing It

Parker advises planning your meals ahead. Just spending as little as 10 minutes every Sunday means that you can commit to your eating goals better. This makes goals easier to fulfill. Of course, there will be times when you will have no other choice other than dining at a fast food restaurant, but this can be eventually managed as well.

Parker says that lunch and dinner can be interchanged. They do not always have to be salads. Just make sure that you get a good dose of protein in every meal, and you have a lot of options from soups to bacon. You should also learn how to eat on the go and in restaurants. You can follow her method from wherever you ar,e and you do not have to be a slave to the kitchen.

Louise Parker shows us that transformation does not start with what you eat. Rather, it starts from within – how you think. What is your reaction to her approach to weight loss? Share with us your thoughts in the comments below.

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