The Animal

Posted May 7th, 2013 by Sandra

Proteins (lean meats, fish, chicken, soy, beans and vegetables, etc.) are important to maintaining the structures cell phones in your body and give you the building blocks of the lean muscle you’re looking for, which is vital if you want to burn fat fast. However, just as with anything else, you do not exceed with the proteins. Some fitness experts argue that you should consume as at least 1 gram of protein for every pound of body weight per day. There is no real evidence of this, eat more protein than the body needs will end up going to your fat reserves… also does it well to your kidneys or your liver. I’ve discovered that consume about 0.5 grams for every half kilo of body weight per day is more than enough to feed the growth of lean muscle which are stimulated to make their resistance exercises performed in an appropriate manner. Another important aspect of proteins has to do with the origin of your protein; in other words, that they are of animal or vegetable origin.

Although the traditional American diet recommended that the majority of your protein source animal, recent data suggest that depend heavily on animal protein increases the risks of disease. In addition, animal proteins contain almost no fiber, which does not help you to feel full and negatively affects your ability to burn fat. When you choose your protein sources, make sure that a good portion of them should come from plant sources (soybeans, beans, legumes, etc.). Don’t have to be a vegetarian, but I recommend keeping at Bay the animal proteins. Fats (found in many proteins, nuts, oils, etc.) are essential to preserve certain bodily processes such as the regeneration of the hair, nails and skin. There is much confusion about fats, some recommend extremely low fat diets and others recommend diets very high in fat.

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