Eating Healthy = Gain Fat

Last week I sent out an email

Asking what you were struggling with

And a common reply was that people ate fairly healthy

Yet they still struggled with their body shape

And that meant they struggled with confidence and self esteem

The problem is eating healthy doesn’t guarantee you’ll look the way you wan

I’ll say that again

Just because you eat healthy does not guarantee you’ll look the way you want

You see all these recipes for paleo cupcakes and low carb pizza

These type of diets tend to suggest you can eat all you want

As long as it’s not processed, is low carb and a caveman ate it

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Not sure they had cupcakes back in Captain Cave Man’s days though

Problem is, one of the main ingredients for a lot of these recipes

Is fat

And fat has a lot of calories. It’s not unhealthy. Just has a lot of calories

So some of these ‘healthy’ paleo or low carb foods might actually be sabotaging your efforts to lose weight 

Yeah I know, that sucks

Remember, even though the diet gurus don’t tell you,

There’s a big difference between eating healthy

And eating to guarantee you melt away the inches

And that’s why I’m putting on this seminar for you

To show you the absolute best way to get in shape so you keep it off

Ask The Experts

Wednesday 27th Jan @ 7.30pm

Registration will open next week but…

John ‘el capitan’ O’C

P.S. Looking at how many have already ‘put their hand up’

Plus the members of SF Fitness

And their friends

It’s gonna fill up very, very fast.

Might even be full before I open up registration next week

 

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About the author

John O'Connell is the Owner of SF Fitness Personal Fitness Centre in Rathfarnham. He's a 2 time international best selling author, has appeared on numerous TV programmes on RTE and TV3 and was named World Fitness Elite Trainer of the Year 2013.
John was also a member of the rehabilitation staff for the Heineken Cup winning Leinster squad of 2009. And he worked with the New Zealand All Blacks in 2004.

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