Foods for fat loss and Muscle Building
For achieving the body you desire it is not necessary to spend hours in the gym or to go without eating all together. If you goal is fat loss as it is for many a well-balanced nutrient dense nutrition plan is the way to go about it.
Here we have constructed a list of great foods that can be included as part of a well balanced diet, to steer you into the right direction and well on your way to achieving your fat loss or muscle building goal.
Wild salmon contains Essential amino acids, high quality protein, omega 3, and vitamin e; a cocktail of goodness.
Eggs are Nutrient dense containing all 9 essential amino acids. And foe those worried about cholesterol.. don’t
Cholesterol from eggs doesn’t raise blood cholesterol, egg yolks contain choline substances, which actually help prevent the accumulation of cholesterol, plus it is necessary for the breakdown of fat.
Grass fed beef
Naturally leaner than corn fed beef, grass fed beef Contains CLA- a fat burning (anti inflammatory and immune boosting)
Are great they are Packed with omega 3 they too contain components unique to antioxidant protection.
Loaded with Healthy fats, antioxidants, fiber vitamins and minerals Almonds tastes great, you can also make almond butter from this, which makes for a nice little snack between meals.
Have you ever tried frozen blueberries? If you’ve yet to give this a go you’re definitely missing out, not only do they taste amazingly good these bad boys are filled with anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants. This super food actually help neurons communicate with one another more efficiently, food for the brain!
Quinoa is commonly mistaken for a grain, quinoa is actually a seed, and quinoa is a very nutritious food that also contains protein. Quinoa is relatively high on the glycemic index but consumed at the right stage/point, I suggest post workout can have numerous benefits to your muscle building or fat loss goals.
There are many different varieties of the vegetable powerhouse kale, this super food contains lot of antioxidants, high in sulfur and detoxifying enzymes (sulforaphane) kale is a must.
Avocados are indeed high in fats but those on the mono-saturated type and high in unprocessed omega 6 and jammed packed with nutrients and they taste great.
The fats in coconut oil known as MCT’s (medium chain triglycerides) are easier to metabolize. Coconut coil is a great energy booster, for those scared of saturated fats fear not as these naturally occurring fats from coconut oil will do you no harm as long as they are not binged on.
To get more information on he foods you need to be eating for the best results please get in contact with the city f London Square mile fitness Personal Training team.