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Most people think that "fruits and veggies" in general are all healthy. This is true to some extent. However, we're not quite eating the fruits and veggies that nature intended us to eat... if that sounds strange to you, let me explain...
13 Healthy (and Delicious) FAT-BURNING Snack Ideas for Between Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner by Mike Geary , Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer Author - The Truth About Six Pack Abs & The Top 101 Foods that FIGHT Aging I receive a lot of questions from my readers where they have been doing much better at choosing healthy breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, but they are still struggling to find good ideas for healthy and quick "mid-meals"... especially a quick small meal or snack that can be brought to the office or on road trips (so you can avoid the fast food junk!).
Pre-Workout Protein Boosts Metabolism | Intermittent fasting diet for fat loss, muscle gain and healthWe were recently on the topic of fasted training and the need for pre-workout protein intake as a slight compromise to training completely fasted. I argued that the need for pre-workout protein intake was due to this being a case where the benefits (increased protein synthesis) simply outweighted the negatives (insulin increase; low insulin being a determinant of the fasting state). It's also known that BCAAs independently affects the same myogenic pathway through which fasted training may increase protein synthesis in response to post-workout nutrition.
It's about time I compiled a comprehensive guide to my system, so here it is. Intermittent fasting and Leangains How does Leangains differentiate itself from some other intermittent fasting based diets? Here's a brief primer . The basics In-depth coverage of my approach, and the benefits of intermittent fasting, can be read about here. A much shorter summary can be found here.
How would you like it if I told you there was a way to eat pretty much anything and everything you wanted to eat and still maintain your health? Or better yet, what if I told you that you could eat pretty much anything and everything you wanted and even improve your health? Would you be interested?