Many times I hear people saying – “I work out so I can eat and drink anything I want” – I wish this was true. The problem is that most people eat and drink more than the calories they burn.
Improving your diet doesn’t require significant resources to invest in a nutritionist or personal trainer. Whether you need a complete diet overhaul or minor adjustments, you can positively affect your health with just a few simple changes to your diet… Continue Reading
To burn the most at every workout you must prepare your body with good nutrients. Carbohydrates are preferred by the body as the main source of energy. There are two types of carbs, simple and complex. Simple (bad): this type… Continue Reading
When trying to lose weight, it is highly recommended that you minimize the alcohol consumption. The reason is based in the fact that alcohol has a high concentration of unhealthy sugars and empty calories, as well as the knowledge that… Continue Reading
Processed products, junk food, and the large variety of sugary items that exist in the market might increase your waistline. To avoid weight gain, it is recommended that you stay away from foods with excess saturated fats, sugar, or sodium.… Continue Reading