Creating The Proper Diet Plans

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First you have to be aware of some basic principles. If you are not aware of the basic concept of nutrition, then you have to master all these before going into depth. You also have to set a short term goal and well as the long term goal. Calculate and estimate your calories need according to the activity level and metabolism. The intake of protein is about 1-1.5 grams of protein of bodyweight. Set the intake of fat at about 20% of daily calories. The intake of carbohydrates can certainly fulfill remaining calories. It is better to take solid or liquid meals for improved performance. Eat as much as you need to eat and also eat the right food for staying healthy and fit. Drink almost one gallon of eater each day

Staying Focused:

It is better to avoid wasting energy and time and eat with the fad diet or with the use of advanced techniques that you might find anywhere else.

Becoming Aware of the Basics:

Before starting, first you have to have to become aware that why a good bodybuilding diet is vital and what important nutrition concepts you should be aware of. Here are things that you must keep in mind.

Setting a Short Term Goal:

Your long term goal is something along the lines of being stronger, bigger and leaner. However, you need to focus on the short term goal as well. It is important to include a muscle gain plan for increasing the muscle mass and minimizing the gain of fat as well. A weight loss plan for burning fat and getting shredded while it maintains the muscle mass. For achieving the results faster you will have to observe the fat loss while have to gain muscle. If you don’t know about making the right choice, then the easiest way is to look into the mirror and then decide upon the exercise.

Eating Pre and Post Workout:

The pre-workout meal and post workout meals are very important for the bodybuilding diet, however, you have to be very precise about the timings of these meals. There are various muscles building foods and supplements available that you can include in your everyday diet. The optimal protein intake is about 0.25 g/lb of the bodyweight. Fats are optional in this regard. You can certainly eat this as a solid meal or as a shake. Take this meal almost 1-2 hours before doing the workout.

Meals and Food:

You have to eat at a proper amount to meet the demand of your calories and the proper workout nutrition as well. If you want to eat 7 small meals per day, then go for it. The majority of your food must come from various healthy sources and for fulfilling the calorie and macronutrient requirements and your vitamins and minerals needs. Keep in mind to eat the healthy foods. Although various healthy foods that also taste good. However, keep in mind that any difference in results is negligible or non-existent. You are much more likely to stick with your diet plan.

Drinking Water:

Hydration is very important, however often it is not given importance. There are most people who will do very fin, if they drink almost one gallon of water each day. However, the intake of water can certainly vary and depend on several factors, especially if you are drinking water for losing weight.


The fact is that all the above mentioned steps are very important for building up the nutrition plan. However, you should be aware of the fact that which direction you want to take for the short term goal. Eat food in a way to get the required amount of proteins and calories for making progress. The rest also plays a very important part. However, it does not make the difference between failure and success. Do avoid the insane cravings and binges by making your favorite food as vital part of your diet.

 By: Amiee

Creating The Proper Diet Plans

Diet, muscle building, diet plan

via The Best Weight Loss


One thought on “Creating The Proper Diet Plans

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    December 13, 2013 at 2:07 am

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