The Secret To Burning Fat Around The Clock

What if you could burn fat 24/7?

While you’re asleep…

While you’re awake…

At work…

At the park…

Well, you can!

The secret to around the clock fat burning is something you’ve probably heard of many times before…

Fiber.

So is fiber itself a fat burner?

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Well, not quite…

But it will help you regulate the number of calories you ingest compared to the number of calories you burn in a day…

Which is the key to fat burning around the clock.

So let me tell you a little bit about fiber…

Soluble Fiber

Soluble fiber does your body a world of good…

This fiber, also known as viscous fiber, prevents fat absorption.

See, when you ingest soluble fiber, the fiber itself absorbs water to form a thick, Jello-like substance that regulates how your body stores fat.

Soluble fiber does this by binding itself to fats and carrying them through your digestive tract…

It’s ultimately a fat magnet.

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As a result, the fats exit your body through a stool instead of absorbing into your bloodstream.

Because soluble fiber carries these fats out of your body, you’ll feel more energized than you would had these fats remained in your body…

Why is this?

When high levels of waste and metabolic byproducts build up in your body, they can cause feelings of fatigue…

So even though soluble fiber won’t necessarily give you an energy boost, it will remove the wastes in your body that potentially prevent you from having energy…

And more energy can lead to more activity, and as a result, a greater caloric deficit to aid in your fat burning efforts.

Another benefit of soluble fiber is that it’s a good prebiotic

You’ve probably heard of a probiotic before.

But what’s a prebiotic?

When soluble fiber passes through your digestive tract, it eventually reaches healthy bacteria in your large intestine…

These healthy bacteria digest the fiber…

Which is good fuel for the healthy bacteria that will clean out your gut and regulate weight gain.

And speaking of weight loss, soluble fiber may help to reduce your appetite, which will help you to eat less while still feeling full…

Remember, calories in vs. calories out is the key to fat burning around the clock…

That simply means that you want to burn more calories than you consume.

Soluble fiber can help keep you fuller and more satisfied for longer periods of time…

Which is truly invaluable when you’re trying to burn fat around the clock.

Summary: Soluble fiber prevents fat absorption, cleans out your gut, keeps you regular, and keeps you full for long periods of time, all of which contribute to burning fat around the clock.   

Types of soluble fiber: kale, beans, flax seeds, asparagus, oats, and almonds.

Insoluble Fiber

As you probably guessed from the name, insoluble fiber doesn’t dissolve in water, and mostly remains unchanged as it moves through your digestive tract.

Insoluble fiber isn’t as diverse in its health benefits for you as soluble fiber is…

But still, it has its perks.

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Insoluble fiber is most advantageous to you in its ability to keep you regular, which prevents constipation, and can even help to get your bowels moving if you’ve found yourself having a difficult time using the restroom.

Again considering our calories in vs. calories out method for burning fat, having regular, healthy stools is important to your fat loss goals…

On top of helping you with your fat loss goals this fiber helps to relieve the discomfort of constipation.

You know the uncomfortable feeling of not being “on schedule” if you will…  

A day or two without passing a stool can cause your stomach to become uncomfortable and bloated…

A daily intake of insoluble fiber can help eliminate that feeling altogether.

And much like, soluble fiber, insoluble fiber will help you to feel fuller for longer, and thereby prevent excessive eating that can lead to weight gain.

Summary: Insoluble fiber keeps your digestive system running at its best and keeps you fuller for longer, both of which contribute to burning fat around the clock.

Types of insoluble fiber: seeds, skins of fruit, and brown rice.

Your Next Step

Now, don’t overcomplicate getting fiber into your diet…

Just get it in somehow…

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The good thing about fiber is that it’s relatively easy to add to all of your meals and even all of your snacks.

Just compliment your meals with a serving or two of the foods that I mentioned in each section at various times in your day.

Adding fiber to your diet will give you all of the benefits that I mentioned above and will make a noticeable difference in your fat burning efforts.

Remember, the key to burning fat around the clock is simple.

Remain at a caloric deficit and you’ll burn fat, no problem.  

Fiber will help you to stay at that deficit.

So prioritize getting fiber into your diet today!

It works quickly, so you’ll start to notice its effects within the next day or so!