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Today, Jordan Syatt and I discuss back to basics truths about sustainable fat loss. Jordan is a fitness and nutrition trainer who has a Bachelors of Science in Health & Behaviour Science with a focus in Strength & Conditioning. He’s also the coach for Precision Nutrition and a 5 times world record power lifter. So don't worry, between the two of us we have the qualifications to give you the frank and fearless facts on fat loss in an industry that is just soaking in BS.

We start with the best way to track fat loss and how to avoid the scale mind f#%k. We talk about the basic things people tend to get wrong when it comes to losing weight and how to manage expectations (i.e. what is realistic progress when it comes to fat loss). We move on to the problems with rapid fat loss and metabolic adaptations and touch on the importance of behaviour (i.e. how the little things can add up). We discuss intuitive eating as the holy grail of sustainable weight management but we also touch on how macro and calorie tracking works for some people (at the end of the day it really comes down to you). Finally we talk about how to deal with the mixed messages bombarding you from every corner of the fitness industry and why, like most things in life, there is no black and white answers when it comes to fat loss and overall health (despite what many social medial "health professionals" would have you believe). Please be warned, there are a few sneaky F-bombs in this podcast so if you have little ears in the car please be mindful of this. 

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave me a positive rating or review in the purple Apple Podcast app (in the rating & reviews section underneath the episode lists). This really helps my podcast get prioritised by Apple and helps me disseminate evidence based information to the people that need it the most!

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