Myth: You can outwork a bad diet
Fact: If you don't consume foods in the right portions at the right times you will not maximize your results.
And as far as I'm concerned, I workout too damn hard to eat crap!
The same should go to anyone else! Put in the work in the gym and the kitchen!
Stock your plate up with immune boosting super foods, that are nutrient dense:
Foods that have more nutritional value than calories are considered nutrient dense. These are great sources of good, lasting energy that will not be stored in the body as fat. • Typically found in raw, whole-grain foods that could prevent weight gain, promote heart health, and reduce the chances of diabetes and cancer. • They provide fewer calories and are high in Vitamins A, C, D, and E, calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, fiber, and healthy fats. They also provide protein and complex
carbohydrates the body needs to stay healthy. They have the required nutrients and are not calorie dense
Calorie dense foods: • If a food is calorie dense, that usually means it is high in energy and low in nutrients.
This means it is an EMPTY food. They are nutritionally poor food choices and contain much more calories than nutrients like vitamins and minerals. • If the body does not use all of the energy that was consumed, it gets stored in the body as fat which could lead to weight gain, poor heart health, and onset of diabetes. • These are typically highly processed foods which mean they are stripped of their
nutrients and have added fat, sugar, and salt.
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