Nutrition and Eating Basics - Part 1

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  1. Awesome!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by giidus View Post
    Awesome!
    Thanks, man. I'll be getting up another article here shortly
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  3. hi

    its very important to eat healthy food. they are included lots of vitamin and minrals

  4. Great post OP thanks for writing

  5. Quote Originally Posted by bighulksmash View Post
    I have a question, not sure iam in the right place . Ok so , today was a rest day but i ate my normal amounts of foods . I heard somewhere that what i ate today will effect how well my lifts go tomorrow. Fact or fiction and why?
    Fiction unless of course you ate at Red Lobster and got food poisoning. Then you bet your ripe buns your lifts will be effected the next day because the only lifting you'll be doing is your ass from the toilet
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  6. Can anyone help me with something? I'm a vegan and I also started weightlifting. Can I stay vegan and be a bodybuilder? Is it possible to bulk up on a vegan diet? I'm even considering going back to vegetarianism. Any thoughts?

  7. How do I track how many calories I burn when Iím working out and how could I know for example how many calories are in a steak, which come in different sizes? So much margin for error I donít see how people can create an accurate deficit

  8. Get a scale.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    Get a scale.
    This ◊2

    Weigh/measure portions.
    Use app like MFP, LoseIt, Fitbit etc to track

    For me going out to eat is hardest. I'm in sales, and our sales VP takes us out to lunch 4-5 times per week. I have to get creative with ordering and use my fitness pal to find closest match. He doesn't like chains, mostly local spots that offer no nutritional info.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by cubsfan815 View Post
    This ◊2

    Weigh/measure portions.
    Use app like MFP, LoseIt, Fitbit etc to track

    For me going out to eat is hardest. I'm in sales, and our sales VP takes us out to lunch 4-5 times per week. I have to get creative with ordering and use my fitness pal to find closest match. He doesn't like chains, mostly local spots that offer no nutritional info.
    How does that work, are you typing in all the options before ordering?

  11. Quote Originally Posted by kisaj View Post
    How does that work, are you typing in all the options before ordering?
    When I get back to office I'll start entering..

    There are so many entries, you can typically find a close match. It's not 100% accurate, however with more and more use you can figure it out. Anything with barcode you can easily track. If you feel like you might be over based on guessing, you can add in little cardio to offset the overage.
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  12. Oh, I would never get to the point of counting calories or macros like that, I was just curious how you do it because it sounds like a pain. I guess that's why I follow IF, because I am all about convenience.

  13. Low carbs, high fat/protein + green drink in the morning is all I need
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