How And Why To Choose The Best Diet For Flat Abs

Diets have lived and died by the weight loss and weight gain hype we’ve all hear about. Diet gurus may even tell you to lose weight to get a six pack. Well, don’t! Not only is it unhealthy to induce certain parts of your body (your abs, for example) to shrink, it is almost certain to lead you to gain weight as soon as the diet is over. What’s more, losing weight too much is unhealthy; don’t go down that rabbit hole. Just because you LH (level of leanness) is set at aitable level does not mean weight loss is a wise decision.

The key is setting your synth balance, and then going about and sticking to it.

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There are many methods to figure out your synth balance, and the one you choose is a personal choice. But the method you choose is largely a arbitrary number that represents your body composition, which you can find on the dates on the supplement you wish to purchase. There are proprietary methods to calculate it, and there are methods to determine it using formulas, but the end result is the same.

The number you determine is the number of grams of each macronutrient you desire to consume (needed, daily needed, weekly needed, monthly needed). That’s important, because it means one person who is 2500lb has a different synth balance than another who is 1550lb.

Read the first number: the number given is your body weight divided by 2 and rounded down to the nearest even number. Example: if you weighed 180lb you would multiply 180lb ÷ 2 = 350 and rounded down to 350.

Example of synth balance:

Fatrotein (g) = qty·intŒFat (cal) = fal·fals· fat (g) – fal·fals = qty·intProtein (g) = 200· intProtein (g) = 200· intFat (cal) = 20· intProtein (g) = 400· intFat (cal) = 40

Ohydrate = 200· int carbohydrate = 400· int fat = 20· int fat (cal) = 40

The next number you’ll see is the number of calories you should consume in a day (which should be your actual calorie count). Keep in mind that these are just estimates. These numbers aren’t set in stone and every person has a different rate at which they burn calories.

ex: if you’re on a 2500 calorie diet you should consume anywhere from 1600-2000 (depending on which source you’re looking at).

Now you’ll need to figure out how many grams of each macro nutrient you need. This is simply done by using the number you got from the first part and adding a percentage figure to it.

Constantly eat the same meal and get the same results? Well maybe, if you do that then you’ll lose weight no matter what. A lot of people only eat 2 or 3 meals a day. Well do you think that will actually help you lose weight? I’m going to explode that myth right now, it won’t and your results will be minimal. Pay attention to what I say and you’ll get the picture, it’s very important. You’ll see that every meal you consume should have a carb, protein, and fat in it. If you’re going to eat out you need to do it smart, by making smart choices you can still stick to your caloric range you’ve set for yourself and still lose weight, but you need to pay attention to what you’re consuming.

Myth #3 – You need two servings of carbohydrates for each meal

Actually this is true, but that doesn’t mean that you need an endless breakfast and dinner plate of carbohydrates. It’s very important to realize that the type of carbohydrates you consume is very important.

What you need is a plate that looks like this:

When you take a look at that plate, it should tell you right away that it is broken down in to the following portionions:

Those portions you see are what you need in a meal, not what is supposed to be eaten in a single meal. Make sure you spread that out throughout the day, otherwise you will never have time for your body to actually assimilate what you are eating.

I hope that these myths help you out a bit but don’t get me wrong, following a healthy diet is still all about figuring things out by trial and error. Try to make small changes and see if it works for you. You don’t have to quit cold turkey and I’m sure that dieting wasn’t meant to be that rigorous.

Sure, you might not be experiencing some of this right now, but eventually you will figure out what works for you.

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