6 Nutritional Myths About Bodybuilding

Let’s keep things efficient, straight to the point and dispel 6 common nutritional myths that continue to circulate in the bodybuilding community. Avoiding these 6 myths will make your life a heck of a lot easier, will make your diet far easier to follow, and will still yield the same muscle building and fat burning …

Tips To Stay On Track

Whether you are just trying to lose weight, are a Bariatric/WLS patient, or just trying to stay with healthy eating, getting regular exercise, and/or making good choices for your life, these are some tips to help you stay on track. 1. Start Now And Start Small.Don't harp on what you did wrong if you feel …

Do you have to eat between 800-1200 calories to lose weight?

Personal trainers have nightmares sometimes – many of which are recurring fears. There are 2 most popular ones:1. Clients that lie in their food journals2. Clients that are scared to eat anything at allThe first category are the ones who are secret bingers or maybe just accomplished liars. They don’t want to let the trainer …

Why Carbohydrates are Needed!

What Carbohydrates Do For Your Body. Muscle mass-building requires energy, through carbohydrate intake. To gain mass, you have to ensure you're getting enough protein to rebuild muscle tissue damaged through training, but you also have to eat a lot of carbohydrates because gaining size requires you to fill your muscles with glycogen.Glycogen is the collection …

Why Keto/Low Carb Diets are Harmful

Keto/low carb diets are not what they seem. Short term use can be good for a person. Long term use that some doctors try to push on diabetes or Bariatric Patients or even kids with seizure disorders is what is harmful. I say this not only from a personal standpoint as I have damage to …

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