What's the point of doing extensive exercises and workouts when you don't get and maintain a proper diet and nutrition? Your Personal Trainer will not only guide you through the workouts, but also help control of your appetite, diet and nutrition plans. Since your goal is to build your body in such a way that you'll look and feel good and healthy, it is therefore important that you watch what you eat because some of it could just make the program and your efforts useless.
It's always easier for most of us to gain weight rather than to lose it. With our busy daily lives, we always find ourselves stressed upon arriving at home coming from the day's work, leaving no time for exercise routines. Added to that is the potential emotional eating that stress could bring you, which will only add to the unhealthy and unwise eating habits you could start to develop. Summing them all up, the results are saturated fats and obesity, which is very harmful and unattractive.
As the saying goes, prevention is better than the cure. Your Personal Trainer can guide you to avoid these harmful effects and instead give you nutritional facts and tips that you can apply.
Some of them could be the following:
1. Fruits and healthy juices are best snacks you can run into during periods of stress and potential emotional eating.
2. Say goodbye to cola and say hello to flavored water.
3. Even 1% saturated fat content matters, go for foods without any saturated fat content.
4. Sugar is related to calories. The sweeter it gets, the higher the possibility you'll get fat.
There are still many more which are up in your trainer's sleeve. Better avail his service now so that your personal trainer can show and teach them all to you without hesitation. After all, our goal here is help each other maintain fitness and nutrition in their lives. Effective personal trainer's advice can help people get into the best shape of their lives.
What your personal trainer will tell you about food and my favorite tips
A lot of people think that if they minimize eating, they'd probably do well with their dieting. However, it is also important to remember that food is necessary. You just have to know which ones are good for your diet and which ones are not. My life as a personal trainer recommends the following on food.
Pack your meals with protein and not fats.
Especially when you are aiming to build muscles, your meals must be high in protein and must be present in 5-6 meals per day unlike the usual 3 meals you have.
Aside from causing you kidney diseases, diabetes and other ailments, sodas can make you pack on pounds a lot faster than any other drinks because of their high sugar content. Be safe and healthy. Drink water.
Ban yogurts if you are trying to lose weight.
Many of us think that yogurts are healthy. Well, they are but not for those who want to shed extra pounds off their bodies for the simple reason that they are packed with sugar.
Pasta and bread can make you hungrier.
This is a contradiction to what we have always believed that pasta and bread can be very filling. The fact is that they can cause more hunger because of a lowered blood sugar.
Red wine and beer can make you hungrier.
You might as well skip them when you are trying to lose weight. Why? Notice how you feel hungry after drinking these beverages? This means that you'll crave for more food.
Make grapes your substitute for chips as snacks.
To stop yourself from consuming those unhealthy snacks, (e.g. chips and sodas) you can try grapes. They have natural sugar sans fats.
Egg can keep you fuller longer.
It has a high protein content which can prevent blood sugar spikes that result to food cravings.
Dieting for weight loss doesn't necessarily mean that you give up food. It simply requires the right food and discipline to get the perfect shape you want.