Anyone who’s ever attempted to stick to an extremely low-calorie diet will be able to tell you that they don’t work in the long-run and you inevitably end up putting the weight back on and more.
And now a leading British neuroscientist has revealed why this happens. Continue reading “According To Science, Why Low Calorie Diets Don’t Work In The Long Run”
One of the most common questions I get asked by people trying to put together the best diet possible for their goal (to lose weight, build muscle, etc.) is how many grams of carbs they should eat per day.
This never surprises me, because carbs are pretty much always the nutrient that people are most often scared of and confused by these days. Why? Because all of this talk about good carbs and bad carbs, simple and complex, the glycemic index and the various low carb diets and low carb foods is enough to drive a person insane. Continue reading “How Much Carbs Should YOU Eat DAILY To Lose Weight”
Whether you want to lose weight, build muscle or improve any aspect of your body or health, setting up your diet plan correctly is an absolute requirement for reaching any type of goals.
Between your daily calorie, protein, fat and carb intake and the food sources you’re getting these nutrients from, diet and nutrition tends to be the area of difficulty. Continue reading “Learn ABOUT: Diet Plan – Daily Calorie, Protein, Fat & Carb Intake”
The post workout meal (the meal you eat after a workout) is probably the most important meal of the day for anyone who cares about nutrition or wants to build muscle, lose fat or improve their body.
However, it’s also the meal that confuses people the most. Continue reading “Post Workout Meal Nutrition – What To Eat After A Workout”
Summer is knocking at the door, miracle diets reappeared, colored pills are also on the rise, workouts are more or less existing, trainers present special programs, the gyms come with all kinds of offers. Continue reading “At What Hours Should You Eat If You Want To Lose Weight?”
Diet & Nutrition General Guidelines:
Both men and women’s metabolisms are very similar, but women burn a greater ratio of fat to carbs. The only thing that will need adjusting is the total caloric intake. Women need fewer calories than men, this is due to men having more muscle mass and less fat than women. The amount of protein, carbs and fat will be balanced by the amount of calories eaten. If you are trying to gain lean muscle, you will need to eat adequate protein and essential fatty acids. Continue reading “This Workout And Diet Programe Will Help Women Gain LEAN, TONED CURVES”