- 05-30-2012, 06:25 PM
can anyone help? i work out 3 times a week work mon thru fri 7-3:30 what im trying to do is take some thickness off so my muscle definition shows better. but without losing muscle i have gained. how many calories should i take in during a day i am able to eat 4 times a day....what foods are best to eat that are high in protien....and what foods should i avoid that have empty calories...should i avoid all sugars....this is one aspect of my training i have not really understood...i by all means dont eat garbage...but i have a sweet tooth....my height is 5-11,i weigh 215....what kind of foods should i eat for energy in the morning for work.....any help would be appreciated......
- 05-30-2012, 07:29 PM
Although one can give you a baseline to start with re Maintenance and fat loss calories, no one can tell you precisely how many calories you should be taking in for your best fat loss. This is something that you need to experiment with to find the right nutrition for you and your body re progress and results. You can start off with a baseline diet and go from there. No, sugar does NOT have to be avoided.
I recommend that you check out The 3 Keys to Fat Loss - it contains comprehensive advice and information re nutrition, supplementation, and training for effective and successful fat loss.
If you're not sure what to do after that, then do some more personal research and experimenting, or get yourself a professional trainer who can and will design you an individualized Nutrition Plan that is specific to you re your goals and needs.
- 05-30-2012, 08:32 PM
can you direct me where to find the 3 keys to fat loss...or where else i might find more imformation to help me?
05-30-2012, 09:04 PM
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