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Do This to Finally Lose Fat in 2024: The Power Of Protein

Do This to Finally Lose Fat in 2024: The Power of Protein

For years, everyone's 'typical' diet has been dominated by processed foods, carbohydrates, and fats. Everyone is under eating protein ...whilst continuing to complain that they can't lose body fat. Well, let's change that in 2024. I spent years under eating protein. It is an expensive nutrient which means processed and packaged foods contain as little as possible.

However, a revolutionary approach is changing the game – increasing protein intake. This article delves into why protein is essential in your diet and how it can help you lose about 1kg per week, a goal previously elusive to many.

These are the results that most people (male and female) experience with our Body Reset Transformation Programmes. They lose on average 1kg/week until they hit a comfortable maintenance phase - note maintenance - not plateau. From here, they continue eating a good amount of protein, whilst playing with other nutrients (carbohydrates and fats) in a way that they enjoy.

Sustainable fat loss... it is doable and here's one trick to how it works... So, Do This to Finally Lose Fat in 2024: The Power Of Protein.

Understanding the Science Behind Protein and Weight Loss

The Satiating Effect of Protein

Protein plays a critical role in managing hunger and fullness. It influences hormones like ghrelin and leptin, which control hunger and satiety. This means when you consume more protein, you feel fuller for longer, reducing the likelihood of overeating. Scientific studies have shown that a higher protein intake can lead to reduced calorie consumption throughout the day.

Thermic Effect of Protein

Interestingly, about 30% of the calories from protein are expended during the digestion process itself. This phenomenon, known as the "thermic effect of food," is higher for protein than for carbs or fat. Essentially, your body uses more energy to metabolise protein, which boosts calorie burning and aids in weight loss.

Protein Leverage Hypothesis

According to the protein leverage hypothesis, the body has a set demand for protein. If this need is not met, we tend to overeat other macronutrients like fats and carbs. By meeting your body's protein requirements, you naturally reduce the intake of less beneficial foods, aiding in weight management.

5 Key Ways to Incorporate More Protein into Your Diet

1. Power-Packed Breakfast

Start your day with a high-protein breakfast. Instead of just two eggs, aim for at least four, or combine two eggs with another protein source like salmon or bacon. This sets a protein-rich tone for the day. Frittatas are my favourite. Cook once, eat all week!

2. Protein-Rich Snacks

For snacks, choose options like ham and cheese or Greek yoghurt. These not only satisfy hunger but also provide essential nutrients. This example below is (cheap as chips) tinned salmon (or tuna works too!) with Greek Yoghurt (or Cream cheese) and a squeeze of lemon juice. Eat it by itself or add it to cucumber slices or seed crackers.

3. Protein-Loaded Salads

Don't just have a salad; make sure it's loaded with protein. Add substantial amounts of meat, fish, or cheese to ensure you're getting at least 20-40g of protein. This can be found in around 100-150g of meat or fish (the minimum portion sizes recommended in our programme).

4. Protein-Centric Main Meals

Make protein the star of your main meals. Choose your protein first and view other components as complements to this primary ingredient. This strategy helps in maintaining a balanced diet while focusing on protein. Stuck for ideas? Our recipe books are loaded! But it doesn't have to be complicated.

5. Dessert with Benefits

Even desserts can be protein-rich. Opt for Greek yogurt or try our special cottage cheese ice cream. These desserts are not only delicious but also prevent the post-meal hunger pangs.


In conclusion, protein is not just a nutrient; it's a game-changer in the journey towards sustainable weight loss. By focusing on protein, you naturally crowd out less beneficial foods and pave the way for a healthier, more satisfying diet.

So, in 2024, let protein be your ally in achieving your weight loss goals. Remember, it's not just about losing weight; it's about gaining health.

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