Fat Loss vs. Fat Burn

The terms “fat loss” and “fat burn” are often used in the same context; however, this is incorrect because they mean two completely different things.

Fat burn happens when your body is using fat as a fuel source. 

Fat loss happens when your body is reducing the amount of fat in your body as a result of a calorie deficit.

We can control the amount of fat that our body burns with the type of food we eat. Watch this video about the best foods for fat loss.

If you eat a diet that is high in fat, your body will burn more fat, but it will also store more fat. Conversely, if your diet is low in fat, your body will burn less fat and store less of it.

The key to losing body fat is maintaining a moderate caloric deficit over a sustained period of time. This is the formula, regardless of how much fat you consume in your diet, is to consume fewer calories than your body burns. If you are interested in more details about how weight loss works, watch this video.

If you are serious about losing fat, check out my video about the best fat loss plan.

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