Are you sure you eat 5 times a day?  

One of the best-known principles of nutrition is eating 5 meals a day at regular intervals. This principle, however, is treated neglectfully, we explain the lack of time and distraction. The illusory saving of time in fact results in a deficit of energy for action, which means that the activities take us a lot more time, which we lose on attempts to focus attention.  However,…

Low carb on mass – facts not myths

For people who react very badly with large amounts of carbohydrates or increases in muscle mass, are also burdened with large increases in body fat, I have some solution, maybe not new, but as the experience from the gym shows very good. How does this diet look like in practice?  __ Here you can find low carb products – CLICK __ Basic assumptions  – For…

I do not have time for diet – the most common excuse

The day lasts 24 hours, and you claim that you do not have time to prepare meals. If by the diet you understand spending half a day in the kitchen, you’re wrong. Check how to deal with the so-called “lack of time”. Lack of time in 90% is just an excuse that the lazy ones repeat. Exemplary training lasts an average of 70 minutes, and…

The 2 most important meals during the day

As everyone knows, the diet plays a very important role in the bodybuilder’s life. Each dish is properly prepared in terms of the amount of calories and basic macronutrients. Undoubtedly, the 2 most important meals are the peri-training, ie pre-workout and post-workout meal. But what should you eat so that the effects of hard training are the best? Find out what should be the 2…

How many meals during the day?

Contrary to widespread beliefs, eating more small meals during the day does not accelerate metabolism, and skipping meals does not fatten. Similarly with the problem of exercising with an empty stomach – training “for a hungry” will not ruin the effects of the effort you put into the exercise. It can be quite the opposite, because periodic fasting brings beneficial changes in the body. Short-term…