Monday, 24 June 2013

Carbohydrate diet



Wave carbohydrate diet allows you to have enough energy in heavy training days and the next day is yet to return to the low income which enables the contrary, burn fat, slowly but burn.

Diet with moderate carbohydrate diet provides increased protein and fat. Sufficient content of unsaturated fatty acids to avoid hunger, while the high protein protects existing muscle mass.

This procedure allows you to achieve athletic and still gain strength while still not following the same diet day after day, which also keeps your interest. -More info on fat loss factor

It is however necessary to adhere to certain recommendations. Each is an individual who needs an individual plan, but the basic idea will help you achieve your goals, no matter if you are competing lifter or not.

Here is a simple diet plan:

Day high carbohydrate
First     meal
2 cups oatmeal (buckwheat porridge on the weekend when you want to change)
1 egg - the
5 egg whites
1 cup strawberries

1 cup cottage cheese with 1% fat or protein casein
If you're still hungry, add whey protein - about 100kaloriĆ­ - 24 g
If you're hungry, add apple Tale
½ cup cottage cheese with 1% fat or protein casein
If you're still hungry, add the eggs and egg whites or chicken breast

Den with low carbohydrate

1 cup cottage cheese with 1% fat or protein casein
If you're still hungry, add 5 egg whites, 1 egg and ½ cup nuts – Fat Loss Factor Review

If you lose too much strength, add one more meal. If all goes well, you can skip one and as soon as you will seem to lose the power of one meal a day, add in a low-calorie, such as another dose of protein or eggs and egg whites.

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