For those who have no clue on nutrition, learn the basics on the protein macronutrient.
New year, new you, etc. You're trying. You're trying to do better, so that means you're trying to make an effort to read up on all this fitness stuff. But it's hard. For one thing, it seems like everything contradicts itself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ua-WVg1SsA That's kind of the problem with research itself. Results can always be skewed … Continue reading Learning Fitness Hurts My Brain
I don't have a sweet tooth. I just love candy. Some of you think I'm in denial, but that's just how it is. And with November 1st nearly here, it's going to be a great time to stock up on discounted post-holiday candy once again. The rest of you are probably taking a more regulated … Continue reading 3 Tips to Conquering Halloween Candy
Whether you eat 3 times a day or 6 times a day, that's not going to help you get bigger/smaller if you're not aware of the overall calories and macros. For people who struggle eating, smaller portions more often can help putting down those calories. But it's the result of putting down more calories that make … Continue reading Managing Your Macros 7: Timing, Frequency, Donuts
Whoops: a typical can of Coke is 12oz not 32oz. I was thinking of those uber beer cans. Remember how to drink more water: increase your water intake is to put down more earlier in the day. The best resource for comprehensive Intermittent Fasting information is through Andy Morgan and his website RippedBody. But for a very simple and streamlined … Continue reading Managing Your Macros 4: Intermittent Fasting, Hearty Breakfast
Episode three of the Managing Your Macros podcast, y’all: Here’s a quick write-up for those who prefer to eat up info with their eyeballs instead of their earballs. Don't Look for "Perfect" Foods Even if you don't pay too much to nutrition, there's some sense of what's "right" and "wrong". Vegetables are good for you. Too … Continue reading Managing Your Macros 3: Superfoods, Fruits, and Juice
Let's cover the macronutrient values of rice and noodles. How can they fit into your regular eating routine? (Quite easily, actually...)