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The Ultimate Muscle Meal Plan

 In this article, I wanted to share with you one of my favorite muscle diet plans. Surprisingly, it's actually served in the form of a salad, but it's a killer!

The Ultimate Muscle Meal Plan

 Women will love this idea, but for everyone who thinks eating salad will reduce men, you haven't tried my ultimate "salad on Lloyd" yet. !! !!

 Remember, this salad is not low in calories. It's not low in fat. Carbohydrates are not low.

 Guess what .. that's the whole point! It's not low at all, but it's terribly high at all in the sun, which is good for your body .. almost every vitamin, mineral, antioxidant, and phytonutrient on earth! And that means your body has all the nutrients it needs to maintain optimal hormonal balance, function at its peak, satisfy your appetite for hours, and prevent unwanted cravings. To do.

 Remember the last point .. If you fill your body with all the nutrients you need every day, you will almost completely eliminate cravings! Do this because you no longer have to crave food because your body is happy and has all the nutrients it needs.

 I experienced it myself. Many years ago, I was always hungry for candy. However, I haven't been hungry for at least five years because I'm eating the same balanced diet as I do now. Seriously.

 Now, here's a special recipe for muscle meal:

Ultimate Muscle Salad

  •  Spinach Leaves Approximately 12 Cups.
  •  Mixley Freitas Approximately 12 Cups.
  •  Grated Carrots.
  •  1/2 Ripe Avocado, Dice.
  • 2 Hard Boiled Eggs Dice (preferably organic, no cage). 
  • 3 Scooped Pecan .
  • 1/4 cups of dried cranberry.
  •  Balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, top with homemade dressing made from Udo's Choice oil blend 3/4 Total liquid should come out of vinegar).

How to prepare the Salad

 Mix Put it all together to make a delicious and incredibly nutritious salad. To add more antioxidants, rinse everything with homemade green/white/oolong tea lightly sweetened with a small amount of the natural sweetener stevia or  raw honey.

 Now, let's take a look at the approximate breakdown of major nutrients:
 protein: 23 g, carbohydrates: 48 g, Fiber: 12 g, Fat: 45 g, calories: 650.

 And call me crazy about recommending such a high-fat, high-calorie diet, don't forget to reduce the size of the pieces for your own calorie goals... The above serving is the serving I use given that my maintenance calorie intake is about 3000 calories per day. If your consumption is 2000 calories/day, reduce your serving accordingly.

 Also, I don't care about the high-fat content of this diet .. the last gram of fat in this diet is very healthy .. from pecans,  olive oil, Udo oil, and fresh avocado. .. Yes, even egg fat is good for you!

 How about carbohydrates? Now, out of a total of 48 grams, we have 12 grams of fiber. That's a pretty good ratio. In addition, the healthy fats and proteins in this diet slow down the digestion of carbohydrates, resulting in a healthy glycemic response and consistently controlled glycemic levels.

 Well, you're probably wondering why you don't have more protein. After all, protein is all the rage among bodybuilders. Well,  23 grams isn't really that bad. Especially considering that 14 grams come from the highly biologically available protein contained in hard-boiled eggs. Also, keep in mind that this diet is high in healthy fats and high protein utilization.

This does not require your body to use your protein for energy but instead uses it to build or maintain all the various other functions that muscles and amino acids needed in your body. It happens because you can.

 Overall,  this diet plan is rich in healthy fats, excellent fibrous carbohydrates, high-quality protein, and various vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other micronutrients.

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