- Drink skim milk or soy
- Cut sugar from your
diet. Use artificial sweeteners
- No regular soda! Diet is better for you anyway and
doesn’t contain sugar
- Pizza and hamburgers
are a big no-no. Not only are they
high in bad fat content, they are highly caloric and can cause you to
- Eat lots of fish to
increase your levels of Omega 3 fatty acids
- Chicken breasts are
good for you as well
- Allow yourself one
cheat day a week where you can indulge in something you’ve been
craving. Just don’t overdo it on
your cheat days or you can undo all you’ve accomplished.
- Limit the amount of
fruit you eat. While fruit is
healthy, it can have a detrimental effect on your workout.
- Protein and complex
carbohydrates are very important
- Instead of eating three
large meals a day, eat six smaller ones
- Don’t skip meals
- Vegetables are always a
good choice at mealtime
- When eating out, choose
- Avoid most fast food
restaurants or opt for healthy choices – remember no burgers!
Wednesday, 16 October 2013
Bodybuilding: Best Tips For Your Nutritional Needs
A good diet is essential to an effective body building program. You can workout with the intensity of a professional, but if your diet stinks, you won’t be doing yourself any good. Consider the following general tips for your nutritional needs.
The body is very adaptable to change. At first, you may have problems getting used to your new diet. But once you get used to eating right, you’ll find yourself not even craving the foods you used to eat.