Category Archives: Dieting

  • 1 Not Eating Enough First off, I have to say that women tend to fall victim to this mistake a lot more than men. The reason behind this is that women hate putting on weight and after looking so good …read more

  • Healthy eating starts where you stop. If you’re on the road and stop at a fast-food joint, your food choices will be limited to fast food. But if you stop at a grocery store that offers whole or healthy foods—fruits, …read more

  • It would seem that most people feel less than empowered when dealing with this subject and feel that they “can’t” overcome food cravings. Look for solutions instead of throw up obstacles. Don’t believe in limits and don’t bother with excuses. …read more

  • Without proper nutrition, a  ”getting bigger muscles” plan would never be complete. You can spend hours in the gym, but without the raw materials, building muscles after you’ve broken them down just isn’t gonna work. To build bigger muscles, you’ll …read more

  • 22/11/2013

    If you haven’t already added kale to your diet, now is definitely the time. Kale ranks in as one of the healthiest foods you can plate, so eat up—especially while it’s in season. In addition to being a great anti-inflammatory—with …read more

  • 22/11/2013

    Our finned friends offer a wealth of muscle-building might and body-leaning support, both from protein and other nutrients. When it comes to protein, fish skeletal muscle is molecularly similar to mammalian skeletal muscle and offers the same 6-7 g of …read more

  • 22/11/2013

    For many, the sizzle of grilling beef is the sound of celebration. For athletes and weight trainers, it’s also the sound of protein on the way. Unlike plant-based protein sources, beef is densely packed with the same types of proteins …read more

  • Adjust Activity Levels Adjust your activity level when getting ready. Don’t overdo it if you aren’t taking in enough calories to maintain muscle. Also, don’t overtrain. Most guys try to do too much. They add more sets while eating fewer calories. …read more

  • Fatty acids must be available in the body to create cholesterol, which is eventually converted to testosterone. If fat intake is too low, there won’t be enough fatty acids available for optimal testosterone production. This leads to lower testosterone levels, which lead …read more

  • Bodybuilding Champion Neale Cranwell discusses in detail his typical daily diet to supplement his training during the off season.

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