Getting Fit Is 30% Working Out & 70% Diet
You can lift weights and perform cardio until you’re blue in the face, but without a proper nutrition plan to match, you’re going to get nowhere, and very fast.
This page will be a collection of articles teaching you about macronutrients, ratios, calories and meal prep.
Don’t live to eat – eat to live.
The Latest Nutrition Articles
The question, how many calories should I eat to gain muscle is a lot more important than you may know.answer wrong and you may not see the results you want. this article will explain exactly want you need to know to start to create a proper bulking meal plan.
People think of intermittent fasting as a way to lose weight, but if you eat the correct amount of macros each day it is still possible to build muscle.
Changing your eating habits can be hard, but if you follow these top 10 tips for a healthy diet it will allow you to make small changes over a longer period of time allowing you to reach your goals.
What is a calorie
Calories are a measurement of the amount of energy the food you eat and the tissues in your body has. For example protein has 4 calories per gram. Carbs also have 4 calories per gram. Fats have 9 calories per gram. A pound of fat has 3500 calories.
Calories are important
Your overall daily calorie intake is the most important factor in your entire nutrition plan. Whether you’re trying to build muscle or burn fat, if you don’t implement a sufficient nutrition plan with the correct amount of calories each day your results will be limited.
What’s your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate)?
The major factors determining how many calories you burn are your BMR (natural processes such as breathing, digestion, circulation even laughing.) and your activity levels. The calories you consume vs. burn each day is the foundation of your entire nutrition plan.
How your goals affect your calories
Once you find out what your daily caloric needs are you will then either add or subtract calories depending on what your goal is. If you want to build muscle you will add 350 calories to your daily allotment, if you want to lose weight you will subtract 500 calories.
I don’t eat for taste. I eat for function.Jay Cutler
Set your goals and meet them.