Health Humor Life Uncensored Podcast: Quickest Way To Lose Weight Fast and Keep it off - Motivation, Strategies, Real Life Stories, and Struggles. - Episode 1
Matt and Tyler then kickoff the Health Humor Life podcast by talking about losing more than 70lbs+ of FAT in less than 4 Months. Diving into personal struggles with Weight Loss & How they Maintained it. Label reading, decoded. Common misconceptions are debunked as they discuss their personal stories on how to developed healthy habits, and lose weight fast and efficiently.
"How do I lose Weight? How do I lose Weight FAST? How can I keep this weight OFF?" These are the questions we find ourselves asking when searching for advice on our weight loss journey. Matt & Tyler cover in detail their personal success and struggles with weight loss while being completely open and uncensored. Everything is discussed including their influences, motivation, healthy eating, what worked for them and what didn't work AT ALL.
We all have daily habits and routines that shape our future. What kind of routines are healthy and sustainable that will have a positive impact on your life? Matt goes into detail on how important it is to develop a sustainable workout and eating plan that you can be consistent with until it becomes second nature.
What you eat is everything. Food will ALWAYS have a positive or a negative impact on your body and your overall Health. The food that you intake will determine if you lose weight fast, a normal pace, or lose any weight at all. Matt and Tyler dive into the importance of label reading, eating proteins and fibers carbs and more CRUCIAL information that will accelerate YOUR weight loss and lead you to a better Life.
Next episode we discuss improving your finances with smart financial decisions. Oh yeah... and how we met some rad chicks at walmart. - Follow us on facebook and subscribe on itunes and stitcher!
ps. Here's Matt's before and after weight loss photo.
The net carb formula - Matts recommendation for simplicity: Stay Under 10-15 grams per SERVING. Be sure to look at the total carbohydrate, subtract fiber, and the result is the sugar/starch left over which is what affects blood sugar and fat storage.