I LOST 10lbs in 4 Weeks Without Hunger Pains! So Can You! No Fads, Fasting or Calorie Counting

96 thoughts on “I LOST 10lbs in 4 Weeks Without Hunger Pains! So Can You! No Fads, Fasting or Calorie Counting

  1. What do ya think about IF? So many say it’s best but I’m not sold on it (although I’m actually trying). I’m always starving all morning until I finally get to eat at lunch time.

  2. Bread is not good in this country because of glycaphates. Round up. The pesticide. Cancer causing. I’m gluten free and sugar free for over a year.

  3. Check out How Not to Diet by Michel Gregor. He also wrote How Not to Die or his website nutrtionfacts.org Different advice. Nothing but the science!

  4. To lose weight the last thing you want to do is eat several times a day. Every time you eat your spiking insulin which is not good!

  5. I lost 10 lbs. in 18 days last October/November – I hiked 142 miles on the Appalachian Trail in Virginia. 😁

    It's nearly all back now. 😕

  6. If losing weight is your only goal, then eating meat is fine. I you want to improve your overall health, look at the research of Dr. Esselstyn in How to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease (also works for diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease, and all other degenerative diseases including obesity.)

  7. I’ve always struggled with weight as an adult even though I didn’t think I ate much. I got a calorie tracking app and a food scale just to count calories and found out I was averaging about 1700 a day. So I was right, I wasn’t eating much, but I was eating weird. When I started eating the same stuff but more often, weight started melting off. I was floored.

  8. I'm glad you clarified you give yourself a cheat day. I did a super restrictive diet several years ago–good results, lost 55 pounds, but it was completely unrealistic & unsustainable. Naturally I gained the weight back. Now I'm on a slower course of losing weight but 1) weight loss isn't my primary goal 2) I've retained the good parts of that once too restrictive diet–I started eating vegetables then and I've maintained that. I've added in healthy fats, reduced the amount of meat consumed. But yep, I still like my sugar (chocolate and/or Barq's rootbeer) but drink soda much less frequently and for the most part just a little chocolate each day (though I go on the occasional chocolate or Barq's bender). And while I don't eat bread often, I do NOT say "Oh, I'm NEVER going to eat that again." I just made the choice that I wasn't going to take on dietary habits that I couldn't live with for a lifetime. Each person just has to find the right dietary combination for them.

  9. Eat less, move more, but perhaps most importantly, DRINK WATER! That is how 'I' lost over 270 lbs. Consistency. I have plateaued around 444 lbs, but I continue to improve my physical abilities. Bob and Brad have been helpful and much appreciated. It has been E A S Y! do not put it off any longer!

  10. Hey Brad, congrats on the weight loss. By the way I am pretty sure I found your 10 pounds, just let me know I'll be glade to give it back. 🤣🤣

  11. Unless you repent of your sins and follow Jesus Christ you will burn in hell fire, don't let your sexual immorality and greed and pride and idol worship and love of what's evil drag you into the pit.

  12. In the early 80s I worked for Dr Nathan Pritikin at the longevity institute. 5-6 small meals a day, no fat no sugar no salt. The results on those old ppl who had serious problems was amazing. Wheelchair to walking a mile, weight loss, livelier, happier.

  13. Please watch Dr. Sten Ekberg's video, The 6 Ultimate Benefits of Exercise. To me, keto/low carb is the only way to go.

  14. Lower carb is the way to go! Good job !
    I increased my protein and fat and it has helped my cravings so much. Also eating less often and fasting 14 to 16hours daily has helped my fat loss. I’m still at 24.9% but working on it. I lost 3lbs in one week just from dropping cheese and increasing beef.

    People, You can do this and many other things with very little support as well. I know that for sure. 🙏🏼 I cheer you on!

  15. Losing weight rapidly is rarely sustainable. Tons of studies show this. In contrast, a low fat whole food plant-based diet has been shown to lead to a long term healthy weight. It can also reverse Type 2 diabetes (not just the symptoms but the underlying cause) and coronary artery disease.

  16. Good advice. And you don’t have to pay big bucks to anyone else for powders, food products, etc. Eat Whole Foods, lots of veggies, get your fat in, don’t eat after your last meal. Stop eating something like ice cream or the couple glasses of wine each evening. Incorporate exercise. No mention of water, but drink 64oz or more.

  17. I love my biscuits, cake, and pasta. Carbs are the hardest thing for me to cut out. I just stopped trying. Moderation is key for me

  18. I wish I had the money to buy one of the mattresses and pillows x my husband is bed bound with fibromyalgia and rulers danlos syndrome and it would help change his life xx

  19. Fat does not make you fat. It helps to satisfy hunger and keeps insulin low. To many and the wrong types of carbs is what gets converted to body fat and stored.

  20. Am I the only one who HAS to fast???

    I have been fasting since I was a kid.

    Now I am 25 and I honestly feel horrible if I don't fast…

    I just hate that feeling of being bloated and full all the time. I feel much better when I am on empty….

    For instance if I eat before work I feel absolutely horrible and disgusting.

    Anyone else? For me fasting feels good and is a normal way or life.

  21. Good job, guys! Congratulations on the weight loss! I force myself to eat in the morning and I eat something savory since I usually can't stomach anything sweet, particularly on an empty stomach.

  22. love you guys. I discovered you when I was recovering from a shoulder dislocation (my second on the same shoulder) and your video(s) on the topic were crucial for my recovery.

  23. Dr. Hyman IS A GENIUS. I've watched his presentations and it's great to hear you liked his book and it worked for you.

  24. First lesson of dieting. Ice cream is not food! Ice cream is not food. Ice cream is not food. Go and get a cigarette or a couple of fingers of scotch because that’s not as bad as ice cream! Ice cream is not for consumption. Nothing and I mean nothing increases your weight like ice cream!

  25. Very good, Brad. I agree with you! I am your age and follow pretty much the same beliefs. Though I am a retired athlete, I stick to it. Not easy, but ya gotta learn balance. Thanks!

  26. I have done intermittent fasting for 3 years along with a low carb way of eating. Lost weight but decreased my A1C and diabetes meds medications which is the more important thing! I found it was the easiest plan I ever tried.

  27. I bought the Ekberg How Not to Die book on your recommendation. You also mentioned other books you could recommend. That might be a great topic for a future video…

  28. You are an healthy man, muscular and with proper hormonal balance. If I am old woman with hormonal havoc, much greater obesity level, it wouldn't be so easy

  29. Stop eating so much processed foods that have all the vitamins, minerals, and fiber stripped out of them and start eating more vegetables. Your body will keep craving food if you are not feeding it the vitamins, minerals, etc. that it needs, plus the fiber makes you feel full longer. I eat whatever I want, but just increased my vegetables and have lost 36 lbs in the last 3 years instead of gaining 10 lbs. a year like I had been. It's a matter of about 100 calories a day difference, but REALLY adds up! (No, I don't count calories!)

  30. Great advice, Brad! I don't usually read books on nutrition but I listened to you. I checked out Food: What the Heck Should I Eat? from my library. It is packed with great information. This is the day my husband and I stop mindlessly eating things that are making us unhealthy. Thanks Bob and Brad for all of your videos!

  31. I gained weight when I started eating 5 meals a day. Now it's hard not to eat all day long. No piecing between meals.

  32. Alright Brad, I've order the Fast Metabolism Diet book. Hoping this works for me as well as it did for you. I've got 10 stubborn pounds that need to go, and I'm hoping this will also help with my BP, and elevated cholesterol. I've studied nutrition for years, but maybe having an actual plan to follow will be the missing ingredient for me. Congrats on your weight loss!

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