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Points to remember for muscle building diet

You should not use an excessive amount of protein. This can lead to hyperexcitability of the central nervous system and endocrine glands, increased fat deposits in the liver. Excess protein foods affects the cardiovascular system, liver and kidney, amplifies putrefaction in the intestine. Excess protein is still not understood and has no impact on muscle growth. Better to leave in place for your diet of complex carbohydrates that give energy to exercise and help to engage in full force. Some points to remember for muscle building diet:- • When you exercise you need to eat 1.5 grams of protein per 1 kg own weight •  http://www.muscleseek.com/

All proteins are animal and vegetable origin • Proteins of plant origin: legumes (peas, chickpeas, lentils, beans), nuts. • Proteins of animal origin: meat, poultry, fish and seafood, dairy products (cheese, cottage cheese), eggs. • Proteins are divided into full-fledged (found in foods of animal origin) and defective (from plant foods) • You need to eat varied, not forgetting the vegetable proteins, and possibly use them along with animal protein •

Total caloric intake should not be less than 500 kcal more than your daily expenses (including training), otherwise all the incoming energy is consumed and for muscle growth will remain a construction material. In addition to consideration of whose favorite food and treats you give up, you may decide to finally start practicing. According to my own experience, I believe that although the exercises at home and more or less with deadweight are great, it takes a really strong determination in exercise and stay.

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