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Here’s How Many Calories Are Needed To Lose Fat Not Muscle

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Welcome to a 10-part series that will mirror my Youtube Strength Series. Here you will learn ALL the basics for Fat Loss and Gaining Muscle. Lesson 3 – Calories Needed To Lose Fat Not Muscle In Lesson 2 I set some guidelines for Protein, Carb, Fat and Total Calories, and set my own targets which i’ll put below: Workout Days: Protein ...
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Calculating Your Macro-Nutrient Needs

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Welcome to a 10-part series that will mirror my Youtube Strength Series. Here you will learn ALL the basics for Losing Fat and Gaining Muscle. Lesson 2 – Calculating Macro-Nutrient Needs If you’ve been an A+ student you’ll have a few days of calorie counting experience, which will make this lesson MUCH more fulfilling. I STRONGLY recommend you check Lesson ...
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Seven Rules For Counting Calories

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Welcome to a 10-part series that will mirror my Youtube Strength Series. Here you will learn ALL the basics for Losing Fat and Gaining Muscle. Lesson 1 – Calorie Counting If there is one piece of advice i’d give to someone looking to lose fat it’s to count your calories. This is not a practice reserved for slightly chubby young ...
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How Much Protein Do I Need To Gain Muscle?

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If you are getting advice from Muscle Magazines then it’s very likely they are over-estimating your protein needs. There are two reasons for this: 1) the advice is from bodybuilders who take steroids and can therefore utilise more protein, or 2) the article is trying to sell you a protein powder. At the other end of the scale are the ...
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Macros of Strength Athletes & Fitness Models

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For those interested in knowing the Macros (the number of grams of Protein, Carb and Fat) used by guys who have fantastic bodies, i’ll post what I find here! My personal understanding is that for a guy MY size (75kg) I would need roughly: 70-150 grams of Protein per day 65-100 grams of Fat per day (more on rest days) 200-300 grams of ...
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The Skinny On Obesity – 7 Part Series

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In this seven part series, lasting approximately one hour, they uncover the truth about obesity and why it’s a national crisis. The Skinny On Obesity – Synopsis What are the main factors that contribute to the obesity epidemic? How can we reverse the weight gain before it lowers the average life span of the general population? Dr. Robert Lustig, the ...
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May – Stop Drinking Soda Challenge

Welcome to our Monthly Challenges Did you know you subconsciously work harder when there’s an end date to your goals? The shorter time frame keeps you actively putting effort in, particularly when it’s the end of the month. Your Goal in May is: Stop Drinking Soda The Challenge For this challenge you will not consume any Fruit Juices, Fizzy Drinks, ...
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March – Mindful Eating Challenge

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Welcome to our Monthly Challenges Did you know you subconsciously work harder when there’s an end date to your goals? The shorter time frame keeps you actively putting effort in, particularly when it’s the end of the month. Your Goal in March is: Mindful Eating The Challenge This challenge is a little different, and is mainly about bringing more awareness ...
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Sugar: The Bitter Truth (Video)

Sugar: The Bitter Truth A great presentation by Dr Ludwig on the Dangers of Sugar. My Notes on Sugar: The Bitter Truth 0 to 10 mins The average person today weighs 25lbs more than the average person did 25 years ago. Leptin is a hormone that comes from your fat cells and signals to your brain that you are full ...
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The Basics Of Nutrition: Protein, Carbohydrate And Fat Explained

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This article is for those needing a very basic explanation of the three macro-nutrients: Protein, Carbohydrate, and Fat. Once you understand these macro-nutrients it will make healthy eating feel a lot clearer. Protein It is unashamedly taken from a children’s health web site, as for now it need not be any more complicated than that. From kidshealth.org “You probably know ...
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