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Nutrition is vital here at VitalFit.
We offer nutritionist articles and tips on our webpage to coincide with your health and fitness routine. A healthy lifestyle doesn’t end at the workouts or doing a session of fitness in the park, but it’s also really important to consider eating fresher dishes consisting of organic vegetables or proteins, depending on your fitness goal.
We’ll guide you through the most specific of fitness goals and needs, to the most generic, such as weight gain, loss, etc.
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An athlete preparing for a cardio exercise or event will require a diet dependent on carbohydrates and fatty foods, as odd as it sounds.
The body depends on two main sources of energy, both carbohydrates and fat.
It’ll sporadically swap between the two sources, meaning that the cardiovascular athlete should always keep an adequate amount of both.
A fitness diet, however, is quite different than that of a weightlifter. The typical bodybuilder should instead be eating bountiful amounts of healthy and whole vegetables, fruits, lean proteins, and certain fats.
This weight gaining diet requires the participant to thoroughly plan their meals in advance and eat about 15% more than their usual daily intake.
This will supply the body with more energy and calories to turn into muscle.
For weight loss, on the other hand, it is often recommended that people only eat meat and fats. Sounds counterproductive, I know.
After a week or a few of only eating on this explicit diet, the body will enter a state called ketosis, where the body will eat fat and fat alone.
With nothing else to eat, it also learns to eat it’s own body’s fat, and thus losing weight.
Participants have said to gain large amounts of energy boosts after being on the diet for a few weeks, which will prove to supply for your athletic journey and it’s workouts.