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Nutrition is everything if you want to get results from your hard
workouts. The balance of your nutrition is vitally important in order
to get your muscles repaired after the damage you have done as quickly
as possible. The reason your muscles change is because of progressive
This means that you are stressing the muscle to a point where it gets
damaged and it then repairs to a point that it will be able to
accommodate that damage the next time. Unless you are taking steroids
you need to help this process by eating correctly.
It starts and ends with planning as you need to eat between 5 to 7
times a day and these small meals or snacks need to be well balanced.
Well balanced means a protein, carbohydrate and healthy fat source
with every meal.
Firstly protein which is vital if you want the muscle to repair and
get stronger and there are many different and health choices to
choose from. Like chicken, tuna, whey or soy protein powder, eggs,
small amounts of lean red meat, turkey, cottage cheese, protein
Secondly is carbohydrates which is your primary source of energy
and being short of good quality complex carbohydrates are going to
directly affect your workouts. There is a list of basic complex
carbs which can also include some fruits to get the necessary and
complete nutritional needs.
Cauliflower, Cucumber, Celery, Salad, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Carrots,
Peppers, Mushrooms, Rice, Potatoes, Bread, Pasta, Cereal, Oatmeal,
Yams, Sweet Potatoes. It is good advice to make sure you get lower
calorie fruit choices: Apple, Pears, Nectarine, Strawberries, and
If you have a craving for breads or pastas, go with wheat breads
instead of white breads or 12 grain, in fact eating white bread is
simply too refined for a good nutrition. One should limit pop
intake, but if you must have a cola choose diet instead of regular.
You should drink a minimum 8 glasses of water a day to keep you
hydrated and it helps keep you feeling full as well. But it is OK to
allow yourself one cheat meal a week to have whatever you have been
craving. This is the problem with crash diets they fail to realize
that people have cravings and can't stick with a program if they
aren't allowed to splurge once in a while.
When you start getting used to eating correctly you will get into
the habit of switching to low calorie dressings or sauces. Also get
into the habit of eating or choosing fat-free such as fat free
cheese or ice-cream. One can even choose things like sugar free
Jell-O for dessert instead of cakes, chocolate or pie.
For more information go to Bodybuilding Nutrition Guide
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