Weight Loss Tip: One helpful tip for losing weight is to practice mindful eating. Give yourself time to just eat and enjoy your food, instead of watching TV and eating or eating on the run. Although that can be tough in this fast-paced world, it will slow you down and help you focus on what you are putting into your body. Focus on the taste of the food, how you feel when you're eating it and when you feel full. Stop eating just before you are full, as it will take your brain a little time to register that you have had enough to eat. Give it a try and you will feel more satisfied with your meals if you do!

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  1. u nailed this video! love the debriefing at the end, learnt so much! thanks
    steve keep up the good work.

  2. Im smaller than steve; weighing 150 at 5’7, would his cutting diet be a
    good bulking diet for me? Or does it not work that way?

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  4. Best estimate, all machines don’t work and can’t see, let say you weight
    250lbs….(ex 1) if you think your 100lbs over weight ( 250-100 =150 ideal
    weight)/ 250 = .6 100%-60% = 40% body fat …..(ex 2) if you think your
    50lbs over weight ( 250-50 = 200 ideal weight)/250 =.8 100% -80% = 20% body
    fat….(ex 3) if your 150lbs over weight (250-150 =100ideal weight)/250 =
    .4 100%-40% = 60% body fat

  5. Steve, they were from Switzerland. Mischa Janies had 5.7% and Patrick
    Reiser had 5.9% and they are vegan.

  6. On Monday I did my bioelectric impedance analysis scan and started my own 8
    week cutting journey. Also going to document it all and vlog away on a
    regular basis. Hoping to motivate and inspire others along the way! Let’s
    do this!! :D

  7. As you’re cutting, do you decrease your overall calorie intake over time or
    stay on the same amount of calories and just decrease carbs and increase
    the protein level? I am guessing it is the first version, but I just want
    to be sure.