A sports nutritionist shares her top tips for burning fat in 2022 without buying into fad diets

Via Peters

Fitness queen reveals simple ways to lose weight in 2022 without buying into fad diets

  • A sport nutritionist has shared her top tips to lose fat and keep it off in 2022
  • Meg Burke, from Sydney, said you don’t need to buy into fad diets to lose weight
  • In a post to Instagram, she recommended sticking to daily water and step goals
  • She suggests taking up weightlifting rather than cardio exercises at the gym
  • Meg said not to cut out all your favourite foods but to have them in moderation










A sports nutritionist has shared her diet and exercise tips for sustainable fat loss in 2022.

In an Instagram post Sydney personal trainer, Meg Burke, said it’s time to say goodbye to fad diets.

‘Far too often people way over complicate the route to achieving their goals. You don’t need anything drastic. Just work on nailing the basics daily,’ she wrote. 

Fitness guru, Meg Burke, from Sydney, shared her top tips and tricks for losing fat and keeping it off for 2022

Meg starts off by suggesting setting a goal for how much water to drink each day and make sure you hit it. 

‘Staying hydrated is essential for a weight loss goal, overall health, energy, performance, hunger, skin, digestion – the list is endless!’ the fitness coach said. 

She said to focus on protein and not to cut out all the foods you enjoy in order to reach you weight goals. 

‘Focus on incorporating them into your diet in moderation and fuelling your body with enough calories 80% whole foods, 20% soul foods,’ she wrote. 

Meg said sleep is often overlooked but vital for improving energy levels, performance in the gym, hunger queues, as well as your overall mood. 

She recommends weight lifting as an exercise, finding a style of training your enjoy and to commit to weekly sessions. 

She said 2022 is the year to say goodbye to fad diets in a post to Instagram.

She said 2022 is the year to say goodbye to fad diets in a post to Instagram.

‘Plan them in like you would an appointment. Focus on progressively overloading in your sessions,’ she said.

Finally, Meg said to make a ‘non-negotiable’ step target and hit it daily.

She said not to rely on the number on the scales to monitor progress but rather take pictures and measurements.  

In a post to Instagram, she recommended sticking to daily water and step goals, doing weightlifting instead of cardio at the gym and not to cut out all your favourite foods but to have them in moderation

In a post to Instagram, she recommended sticking to daily water and step goals, doing weightlifting instead of cardio at the gym and not to cut out all your favourite foods but to have them in moderation

Her caption accompanied an image with a list of short-and-sweet advice to follow for sustainable fat loss including eating more than 1200 calories a day, taking progress pictures, not cutting out carbs or sugar and doing strength training.

Her caption accompanied an image with a list of short-and-sweet advice to follow for sustainable fat loss including eating more than 1200 calories a day, taking progress pictures, not cutting out carbs or sugar and doing strength training.

‘Trust the process, slow & steady will always win,’ she finished the caption. 

Her caption accompanied an image with a list of short-and-sweet advice to follow for sustainable fat loss including eating more than 1200 calories a day, taking progress pictures, not cutting out carbs or sugar and doing strength training. 

She also said to lose fat you must be in a calorie deficit, there is no such thing as fat burning foods and that cardio exercise is overrated for fat loss.  

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