Intuitive eating is a term that is getting popular in health and fitness circles promoting the “listen to your body and you’ll know what to eat” theory. But is eating healthy and treating your body with respect that simple?
Even if December this year is slower than usual due to Covid, it still might be challenging to stay in shape during the festive season. Bella Trost, world champion bikini model, shares her diet and training tips how to handle the Christmas season meanwhile enjoying all the celebrations.
This is the complete guide, the last piece of the 3-part article series, to understanding what supplements should be used for. The guide is based on the blog of Awesome Supplements, UK.
The three main macronutrients are protein, carbohydrate and fats. These all play a crucial role in a balanced diet. But what is a good balance? A high fat/low carb diet is a hit; if you want to build or maintain muscle mass you need lots of protein; if you eat carbs you’ll have lots of energy… We hear all this and it might be very confusing… what is high, what is low, what is a lot? What is the best macro split for your goals?
Supplements should always have specific roles. Last week we guided you through the benefits of food supplements, called Phase 1, covering one’s basic needs and being beneficial to almost everyone. This week’s article deals with Phase 2 – these are for a more specific audience: the gym-goers and active sports people. For those who wish to improve their general gym/sports performance.