tHE SCIENCE OF PROPER NUTRITION

I DO NOT BELIEVE IN DIET THEY DON’T LAST I BELIEVE IN EATING WELL AND UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GOOD AND BAD FOODS.

 

Most diets are fads. Ketogenic diet, vegetarian diets, the zone diet, vegan diet and every other diet on the planet. They do work but temporarily. WHY?

Because people do them for a short period of time.

Therefore the results are not long lasting. They are temporary unless you adopt that diet has a lifestyle.

But we all know that is physically impossible unless you are world class body builder or a Olympic athlete.

They go back to their old habits and they gain back what they lost.

Let me simply this complicated concept of nutrition for you.

There are 3 categories and each have their role in building muscle tissue and reducing body fat.

-Protein

-Carbohydrate

-Fats

The main function of protein is repairing muscle tissue and feeding your muscle growth. They are the most important component in order to maintain and grow muscle mass.

1 g of protein contains 4 calories

You can find protein in meat, eggs, nuts,

protein powder and seafood.

Then comes the CARBOHYDRATE.

They are the main energy fuel for the body. Your body needs to use carbohydrate to produce energy and transport protein to repair muscle tissue.

Put it this way Protein need carbohydrates to work. Without Carbs they cannot accomplish their main purpose.

Diet with low carbs or no carbs are complete bullshit.

How can you make gains if you cut off your only source of energy?

I know some of you will say well FAT contains more calories then carbs so I will get my energy by eating good fats.

However the calories from fat take a lot longer to convert then calories from carbohydrate.

In order to grow muscle and burn fat you need em all.

Each have their role to help you get to your goal.

The main point is you need to understand your body type what nutritional structure it needs to achieve the goal your want. This is exactly what I’m going to help you identify in my coaching session.

 
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