Men are increasingly likely to start using an extreme diet to try to achieve the body they want. This can include any combination of harmful eating habits and excessive exercising. I get it. We’d all like to have the kind of body we see on fitness or men’s magazines. Women aren’t the only ones with body image issues. Men are affected, too. We’re continually seeing images of men with so many muscles that their muscles have muscles. These are guys with no more than ten percent body fat. I’m doing great with my fitness efforts at the moment, but I’m not immune. I look in the mirror or see pictures of myself, and it’s the flaws that stand out.
If you’re a bodybuilder who’s focusing on gaining as much strength every day as possible through a variety of exercise routines, then you need to really hone in on what you’re eating every day to fuel your muscles. Thankfully, with the right hacks for bodybuilders, you can save time, while also ensuring that you’re taking the appropriate steps to meet all of your nutritional needs. Start Your Day with a Chia and Protein Smoothie Don’t have time to prep a hearty and healthy breakfast in the morning? You certainly aren’t alone. One of the best breakfasts for building your muscles without too many calories is a protein and chia seed smoothie that you can prep with a blender within minutes. You can vary the ingredients as you see fit so that you can always have something fresh and tasty to look forward to, and you can walk out the door Read More
There are definitely many foods that fall into the “healthy” category, and many that are definitely considered “unhealthy.” But there are also unhealthy foods that somehow make their way into the healthy food category, misleading people and making them think that they are eating the right way when they really aren’t. What are the unhealthiest health foods that actually have no business in that category in the first place? Keep reading to learn about a few of them. “Fat Free” and “Low Fat” Foods Any processed food that has a label stating it is “low fat” or “fat free” should be avoided. While experts used to think that saturated fat was bad for you, it turns out that new research is proving that saturated fats aren’t all that bad for you after all. Plus, most of the time, there are loads of sugar and other unhealthy ingredients in “low fat” Read More
When you have veggies to spiralize, you can make nutritious vegetables the centerpiece of your meals. But which veggies are best for spiralizing? Check out the list of five below so that you can start adding more fresh, whole foods to your diet easily. Zucchini Probably the most popular vegetable to spiralize, the zucchini can be used an alternative to carb-heavy spaghetti. There are only about 20 calories in a cup of zucchini, making it the ideal choice for those who are hoping to lose weight, and it is also packed with fiber, so you will be able to fill up on less. To prepare zucchini spirals, you can sauté them with onion powder and garlic powder before topping with marinara sauce. Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes are a perfect alternative to white potatoes. They are nutritious and packed with flavor and fiber. Spiralize some sweet potatoes and then bake the Read More