Diet Strategy to Maximize Results
Over the years I’ve developed a few diet strategies that have helped me to stay lean and mean all year round. This diet strategy is super simple and can be implemented by anyone literally today.
First, you need to start every meal by thinking about what protein you’re going to eat. And by meal, I mean anytime you eat, or feed.
Second, you want to think about where your fat is coming from.
Third (and final), you need to decide if you need carbs in your meal/feeding. If you need energy or to replenish muscle glycogen, the answer is, yes. But if you don’t need those things… the answer is, no.
If you DON’T need the carbs, you can still eat (and should eat) vegetables. I really wish there would be a macronutrient classification for vegetables that different than “carbs”.
This is your very simple diet strategy that will actually work, and keep you from gaining excess fat around your midsection or hips.
This diet strategy works because… you’ll have protein to support your muscles. Fat to support many tissues and bodily functions.
AND most of all… the protein and fat eaten before the carbs will actually slow down the digestion of the carbs, and make it harder for them to be stored as body fat.
This is even true at a full meal. Eat your proteins and fats before your carbs (or mixed together), and you’ll have a lower glycemic index from your carbs. Meaning less chances of adding body fat.
So, there you have it! Let me know if you have any questions, or this wasn’t clear at all.