In chapter seven, we talked about meal frequency and timing. I mentioned that although you'll be eating a meal approximately every three hours, not all these meals have to be the same size. If you want to get leaner quickly, a simple way to accelerate fat loss is to reduce the size of your late day meals. This technique is known as "calorie tapering" or "carbohydrate tapering."
Simply cut out the starches in your evening and late afternoon meals, leaving the green fibrous carbohydrates, lean proteins and essential fats. Examples of late day fibrous carbohydrate and lean protein meals include; (1) broccoli and chicken breast with a 1/2 tbsp of flaxseed oil, (2) tuna fish in a green salad with olive oil & vinegar dressing, (3) Asparagus and salmon. When you drop the starchy carbohydrates from your last two meals, your ratios will automatically shift towards less carbohydrates and higher protein. It's an incredibly simple and easy technique to use, yet it can cause massive increases in your results.
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