1. […] Remember, I am not against all carbohydrates and grains. There is just a better and more efficient way to eat them to help maximize your results. Check out this article to learn more: Click HERE […]

  2. […] must find what works best for you and stick with it. If all the carbs you are eating are causing you to gain fat, this is not good and you need to cut them down to the appropriate amount. A good rule for gaining […]

  3. […] (vegetables), and natural fats (coconut oil, avocado, nuts, seeds, etc.). I then encourage to eat good sources of carbohydrates when needed. Finally you must throw in some of your favorite junk foods a few times per […]

  4. […] healthy fats, and lots of vegetables. Then depending on your goals, you should incorporate your carbohydrates. As we have learned, the best time to have your carbs is within 30 minutes after an intense […]

  5. […] As we have learned, carbohydrates can play a huge role in draining the energy out of you very quickly. The reason for this is when we eat carbs, our blood sugar levels rise causing a short burst of energy. The problem is, although we will get some immediate energy we will also have an energy crash very soon after (caused by our blood sugar levels falling back down). Instead, start focusing on healthy proteins and fats as these foods will keep your blood sugar on an even keel all day long. You can then incorporate your carbs when needed and at the proper times. […]

  6. […] Preparation is always key when it comes to getting fit and healthy, and the same holds true for the holidays. Parties don’t happen everyday of the holiday season so you have to prepare for when the parties do come by eating healthy on the other days. This doesn’t mean cutting calories, all it simply means is focusing on good sources of protein, lots of veggies, healthy fats, and properly timing your carbohydrates. […]

  7. […] the time is most important. 2. Eating the proper carbohydrates: Much of the fitness community is deathly scared of carbohydrates when the reality is they are necessary in everyones diet. What you must understand, however, is not […]

  8. […] and wild game. Along with protein, after workouts you will need to include some good sources of complex carbohydrates including: rice, steel cut oats, potatoes, sweet potatoes, yams, and beans. After a tough workout […]

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