Previously, we discussed consumables for financial products such as shoes and weights. This article focuses on nutrition and food. In the usual way, I simply keep things and keep in mind the principle that weight loss should remain easy or remain unaddressed. For the first time, I'll talk about the basic cut that needs to be found in the kitchen and discuss the accessories.
The fully-equipped kitchen may be dangerous to allow you to groom and run, but an empty kitchen may be even worse by pulling the door to a quick-food. The most important thing is to have enough things in our hands without getting over it. Consider the lean protein such as chicken, turkey, egg white, etc. I like to have a couple of days of grilled meat and keep fast, easy food in the fridge. This trick will save you again and again. I love eggs and cooked eggs, eggplants are light, fast and clean, while cooked eggs only reach.
Keep the next fruits and vegetables, fruits, plenty, refrigerators, and miss something. Cut some fast food and keep it visible. Anything that's going to be a bit too mature makes a great beer or beer. Smooth is a great way to reduce waste, add something to your diet that feels like something delicious and extra fruit and vegetables. Try adding vegetables to some delicacy for some interesting flavor combinations.
As far as snacks are concerned, keep nuts and other healthy alternatives. Yogurt is always good and cheese can be a great protein rich treatment, which is almost anything.
I like to avoid juice juice, potato chips, most grains, bread, granola bars. I believe that if I take the majority of the above, there really is not much desire to lose it.
Supplements are primarily of the category Snake Oil. There are some exceptions. The protein powder is low in calories, filled and can greatly assist in protein intake to achieve muscle building. Creatine is a proven proven and proven supplement that helps increase muscle and strength, increase energy, and work capacity, or if it is in a severe dietary phase, reduces muscle loss. Fish oil helps in healing and gets a good amount of healthy fat. Multi vitamins can be good, some swear by them, others do not have much to answer. If you feed a low carbohydrate diet, it's a good idea and green products give you good doses of nutrients. Everything else in the market, including fat burners, is a waste of money. Do not sparkle in the brilliant added campaign that bodybuilders have gained 3% body fat due to lack of diet, exercise, and common sense. I'm not saying that many additions do not work I say that the return on investment is essentially zero. Save your money or get better food.