Why customizing macro-nutrients is an individualization game It may come as a surprise to some, but my psychic abilities gravitate on the low side of the spectrum. And as much as I would like to answer your questions about your specific macro-nutrients ratios, the reality is that it is simply not possible. In all fairness,
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Every single day, I get requests to train people for physique shows I turn people down every time Why? I prefer to recommend someone who does it full time. Even though I often do consults for the physique preparation coach, I rarely do them for the physique contestant.  Sometimes,  I do write programs to put
I get this question literally hundreds times a day: how does one solve the equation for proper ratio of carbs, fats and protein, in relation to proper caloric prescription? John Meadows has been working on that problem for a few decades. He actually, in collaboration with Frank Mingst, came up with this gem: Adjusting Meal
Nutrition by Paul Carter I am happy to announce that many of my top colleague will know contribute to my new guest blog “Two Things I Know for Sure”. Experts will give you information pearls of wisdom. Today’s first guest is Paul Carter on nutrition   1. It’s better to make a lifestyle change, than “diet”
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Dealing With Loss of Appetite

Appetite drives both fat loss and muscle gains. But sometimes, changing your lifestyle and habits can impair your feeling of hunger. If loss of appetite is a problem for you, I would suggest you alternate between solid meals and liquid meals. Do not rely solely on liquid meals though. From experience, the more you favor
Shakes or solid food? Solid food is always better, but modern life does always allow us to have access to prepared food or even a blender, like when commuting. If you are relying on shakes for more than one feeding a day (usually post-workout), you will have a hard time reaching your bodybuilding and/or strength
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Fats used to be evil, now they have been justly rehabilitated. In the U.S., polarization is the norm. Carbs are no exception. Some people claim that the quality does not matter as long as you watch your calories. In other words, a blender drink of Coca Cola, leftover pizza and a few Cadbury’s Turkish Delight