Skip to main content
Our Ambassadors

How to Make Fat Loss Easier: 5 Top Tips

How to Make Fat Loss Easier: 5 Top Tips
Jamie Haleva
Community User9 months ago
View Jamie Haleva's profile

Everyone has a different body type, and while some are able to shed pounds easily, for others it can be a major struggle. You're probably already familiar with the experts' advice for losing fat— exercise and calorie deficit. But if weight loss is your goal and you're still having trouble dropping those last few pounds, we've got some tricks that might help. Myprotein ambassador and fitness trainer Cohnan Kotarski is sharing 5 tips for fat loss that are super simple to implement into your daily routine. Let's check them out.


1. Fill Your Plate with Protein and Veggies

Cohnan advises filling up your plate with more protein and vegetables because it will help you stay fuller for longer. This tip also prevents you from overloading on carbs, which can derail those who are trying to lose weight. Plus, portioning out more protein and veg will get you in the habit of paying attention to your serving sizes. Try mixing up your protein and vegetable selections to keep things interesting and tasty.


14 Foods Surprisingly High In Protein

The underdogs of the protein world have entered the chat...

1 year agoBy Jamie Wright


2. Stay Active

This might seem like an obvious one, but staying active throughout the day is one of the best things you can do for weight loss. As Cohnan explains, not only will it help you burn calories, but staying active helps distract you from thinking about food and overeating, or eating the wrong foods. He recommends aiming for 10,000 steps a day to get that physical activity in and keep yourself occupied.


Increase Your Lifespan With Just 1000 Steps A Day, New Study Says

The 10,000 step rule is starting to look like a bit of a myth...

2 years agoBy Monica Green


3. Drink Lots of Water

Staying hydrated is important for overall health, but it can be an especially useful tool for those trying to lose weight. Drinking lots of water will help reduce your appetite by helping you feel fuller. This will make eating at a calorie deficit a lot easier and help you consume fewer calories overall. Try having a reusable bottle or shaker near you to remind you to drink. Cohnan suggests drinking four liters of water per day.


4. Avoid Drinking Your Calories

According to Cohnan, when trying to lose weight, you should avoid drinking your calories. This means don't use up a large chunk of your calories for the day on beverages. Sugary drinks will not fill you up at all and have no nutritional value. Thus, they can really throw you off when trying to reduce your calorie intake. Instead, opt for a 0-calorie drink if you're craving something sweet and don't want to fall off track.


5. Bonus Tip: Eat Your Meals with a Smaller Spoon

Eating your meals with a smaller spoon may sound silly, but as Cohnan explains, psychologically, it can make eating take longer. This makes it seem like you're eating more than you actually are, which will help you feel fuller quicker, and consume fewer calories.


Take Home Message

There you have it, these top tips will be sure to make your weight loss journey more doable. Try incorporating Cohnan's 5 tips into your routine to simplify weight loss and achieve your goals. You got this.

Want more motivation?



20 Expert Tips to Get The Most Out of Your Workout

Use these nutrition and wellness tips to get the most out of your workouts.

10 months agoBy Amy Golby


Jamie Haleva
Community User
View Jamie Haleva's profile

A Rutgers University Honors graduate, Jamie grew up on the Jersey shore and double majored in Comparative Literature and Anthropology in college. Jamie is an experienced writer in the health and wellness, biotech, and eCommerce fields. She loves writing with a purpose and has even written for the Department of Justice.

Jamie became drawn to exercise during her time in university and began to notice the physical and mental benefits of moving your body daily. Today, Jamie enjoys Pilates, light weight training, and going on long walks in nature daily.

Jamie is also passionate about eating right and prioritizing gut health and immunity. She is always trying the next innovation in health and wellness. When she’s not writing articles, Jamie enjoys reading, playing guitar, and finding dogs to play with.