220: 5 Fat Loss Mistakes Most People Make

I spend a lot of time reviewing my clients’ journals. This is where they record what they eat, how much, when, their progress, their workouts, what’s working & what’s not. The great thing about seeing the insider view of so many people’s journeys is that I can quickly spot some of the most common fat loss mistakes most people make.

In today’s episode, I’m sharing 5 of the most common fat loss mistakes I see practically every day.

The great news is that when you identify what doesn’t work, you move closer to what does work.

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5 Fat Loss Mistakes Most People Make

In today’s episode we’re talking about the most common fat loss  mistakes most people make & how to avoid them. Don’t miss the full episode for all the details on these challenges and obstacles!

  1. Eating when you aren’t hungry
  2. Overeating healthy or fat loss friendly foods
  3. Being more attached to the results than to the process
  4. Excessive frequency of “treats”
  5. Lack of consistency

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  1. Safa
    Safa says:

    Hello Elizabeth!

    I am a big fan of your blog and listen daily to your podcasts. I repeat each episode nearly twice to really let it sink in as you have motivated me yo get back to training and eating healthy

    I just have a question. I am a believer in that excess carbs, especially if not needed for a sedentary lifestyle, lead to fat gain and continuous hunger. I do realize that when I eat sugars (even fruit) this happens to me. I am not sure if it’s psychological due to having limited fruit and carbs for a long time. My question is, how are many vegans (I know at least 10) lean or at least not overweight? They depend on carbs (mainly fruit and rice/potatoe) for food. Most of he vegans I know see normal people and not athletes so they don’t necesarily use up all the sugar.

    Do you have any idea on this?

    Many thanks for your continuous generosity in providing us with so much information and motivation and allowing us to communicate our thoughts with you.

    Love,
    Safa.

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    • Elizabeth Benton
      Elizabeth Benton says:

      How many vegans are overweight? No clue. I’d imagine the % mimics the % of all people who are overweight. Ultimately, it’s about quality of food and quantity of food. But if you aren’t vegan, I wouldn’t worry about it. As I tell my clients all the time, keep your eyes on your own work and focus on YOUR body 🙂

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