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Anjuli Mack from New Zealand has been transformed by a balanced diet and is now helping others to effectively lose weight.

New Zealand fitness trainer Anjuli Mack, who has completely changed her body, shared tips for fighting excess weight and dispelled popular myths about weight loss.  

So, 26-year-old Mack noted that there are many misconceptions about how to lead a healthy lifestyle are published on the network. 

There are so many weight loss myths out there but at the end of the day, it comes down to a few key things when you want that end result

Anjuli said.

The number one thing for fat loss is going to be nutrition, you really cant outwork your diet.

Learn more about it, understand the calories you require to achieve the results you require.

Getting more sleep is important too, as is managing your stress levels, drinking enough water and pushing yourself during your workouts.

And for everything to really work, you need to be patient and consistent, if you fall off track, pick yourself back up and get back on track.

“If you know you need to eat 1,700 calories a day to lose weight, whether you eat those calories before 6pm or after, it’s still 1,700 calories,” emphasized Anjuli. 

In addition, the coach claims that breakfast is not the most important meal of the day. According to her, it is not the time that is more important, but the quality and quantity of food consumed. 

“‘If you don’t like eating breakfast then you don’t have to but if you do, then have it,” she urged. 

Also, Mack pointed out that hours of training without rest will do the body more harm than good. 

In addition, there must be rest days between classes, which can be devoted to walking or yoga. 

For beginners, the expert-recommended, as cited by DailyMail, choosing a program that they can perform consistently over a long period of time. 

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