What is this anabolic window exactly? And, what does the research say actually say about it? Keep reading to find out more.
The key is keeping our metabolism maintained for the long run, and in a state where we can maintain a healthy, lean body. How can you do this? By paying attention to how much you eat, and what you eat. Use the following four tips to help construct a proper nutrition plan to maintain your metabolism.
Confused by carbs? Not sure how much you need or when you should take them? Eating too many can cause you to gain weight, while eating too little can result in brain drain and low energy levels during a workout. Find out three truths about carbs that can help you with your diet plan.
Manipulating your carb intakes can determine how much energy you have, and how much fat you carry! By taking control over your carbs you can ultimately burn off more fat, become more metabolic and get better control over your outcome
Women don’t have it easy when it comes to burning fat and building muscle—our bodies are not exactly designed for the cause. Instead, we tend to hold on to fat and are limited in our muscle building abilities due to our hormonal make up. However, this doesn’t mean we can’t overcome our disadvantage and still have a lean and trim body!
Many women wish to look and feel strong, there are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to women building muscle. In this post, I’ll share some of the popular beliefs and provide strategies to help you get results.
You are probably already aware that caffeine is a stimulant that can give you an energizing boost, but there’s actually a lot more reasons to keep using this supplement or drinking America’s favorite beverage! Here are 10 reasons to consider.
Eating the right food combinations—high protein, lower sugar and healthy fats—will help ensure your body can build muscle, recover faster and keep your metabolism accelerated. Try these five food combinations for the ultimate metabolic kick-start!
When it comes to building muscle, women don’t always have it as easy as men—mainly because we don’t have as much testosterone (the key hormone involved in muscle building). However, the good news is that women have the same propensity for protein synthesis as men, which means if we provide the body the right nutrients, it will increase lean mass!
Do you feel like you are ALWAYS hungry and aren’t sure why? Hunger can be the result of a number of things, from your diet to your hormones to the amount of sleep you get. Here are 7 reasons you may not be aware of and what you can do to help quiet your hunger and lose weight!
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