Lose Fat While Eating Chocolate

Chocolate Protein Pudding while keeping your insulin in balance, unless you like those love handles! Here is a protein packed snack that the whole family will love. It’s important to enjoy snacks that are low in carbohydrates and sugar, and high in protein in order to shed body fat and develop healthy muscles. This recipe delivers on all fronts, without sacrificing flavor. Servings: 1 Here’s what you need… 6 oz Greek Yogurt, plain, fat free 1 scoop high quality chocolate protein powder Sprinkle of unsweetened cocoa powder In a small bowl use a whisk to combine the yogurt and protein powder. Mix until all lumps have disappeared. Garnish with a sprinkle of unsweetened cocoa powder. Nutritional Analysis: One serving equals: 220 calories, 0g fat, 445mg sodium, 11g carbohydrate, 0g fiber, and 42g protein.

Should You Eat Protein Before Or After Your Workout

All the exercise in the world won’t help you build muscle or get you lean if it is not supported with proper nutrition, which should always include high-quality protein. Should you have protein before or after your work out, in reality the best time is both! The purpose of having protein before you exercise is to prevent muscle from breaking down and to promote muscle protein synthesis. A fancy word for preserving the muscle you already have, and helping to promote the growth of new muscle tissue. In addition to consuming some quality protein before you exercise, you should also consume some after as your muscles are highly receptive to incoming nutrients after a training session. The purpose of protein after training is to simply continue the benefits of pre-training protein, it preserves the muscle you already have and helps create new muscle tissue. Hope your having a great day!

Lack of Sleep Limits Your Fat Loss

When you cut back on sleep, research is starting to show that it can affect your weight loss. Studies are also showing that you lose less fat stores then if you got a good nights sleep. Studies show when weight loss participants got a full nights sleep they lost the same amount of weight as when they didn’t get a full nights sleep. The big difference though is that when they got a good nights sleep more than half the weight they lost was fat. When their sleep was cut back then only 25% of their weight loss came from fat. Participants also felt hungrier when lacking sleep. What’s believed to have happened here was that when their sleep was reduced their body produced greater levels of gherkin, which is a hormone that triggers hunger and also slows down your metabolism or the rate at which you burn calories. Train ...(Read More)

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