GET YOU SLIM THE RIGHT WAY - HIGH PROTEIN MEALS UNDER 375 CALORIES, HIGH CARB CAMBOS, HIGH FATS FUN AND TREATS ARE ACCEPTED!
February 9, 2020
You've got a list of foods your "not supposed to eat" a refrigerator filled with all gross leafy green foods (no flavors or taste) , and every day you read something new about a different type of diet or pill that will make you "skinny" (says the person who has never done it). Translation: Your brain is going to explode trying to keep up with all of this nutritious nonsense.
So lets give you a quick and easy simplification, that is all bull****, and this new Macronutrients wave is a game changer. Within the next 5 minutes of you reading this you will learn exactly why and become hooked! You can eat what you want, you can exercise when and how you want,and you don't need a supplement to make this all work. Lose weight fast & easy the healthy way!
Now let talk delicious deets.
First, quick macronutrients 101 lesson. Macronutrients are the simple, basic building blocks of our diets. And by diets it does NOT mean that strict thing you cannot eat or have fun on. When stating diet, this means the fuel going into your body daily. The food being consumed, nothing more than that! So Macronutrients or as you may have heard "MACROS" are the fuel we eat in each meal broken down into 3 groups. These 3 groups are CARBS, FATS, and PROTEINS. All three of these combine make a full circle for each meal and overall make a full circle of eating for the whole day.
Think of it like a pie chart, or a pizza! All 3 of the slices combined together to make a full circle.
Each carb, protein, and fat consumed make a full circle for each meal and than overall make a full circle of eating for the whole day. With each of these building blocks our body is able to be completely fueled. Nothing is missing in the daily food routine for your body to react to. This is the reasoning MACRO's are the new found love.
No more feeling starving throughout the day, feeling low energy, feeling bloated or stuffed, or feeling just completely lost. The discovery of Macronutrients has change the diet game. We are able to completely find the right way for YOUR body!
Either a Higher carb diet, higher protein diet, and or higher fat diet, at which you choose. It is all up to you and your body.
Did you ever imagine a day you'd hear that? A diet you get to choose the food!
First, you find the correct one for your lifestyle and begin trying the different macros. Macro counting and meal plans is all you need. Then you forget about crazy starvation or 3 a days at the gym. And these macro diets will change your life. It's the key to understanding and enjoying nutrition, losing the weight in a healthy way, losing it fast, and keeping it off. It's a lifestyle.
Lets dig a little deeper right?
Protein has many roles in your body. It helps repair and build your body's tissues, allows metabolic reactions to take place and coordinates bodily functions. In addition to providing your body with a structural framework, proteins also maintain proper pH and fluid balance.
But why can't I just eat a burger from Mcdonalds? That filled with meat! Whats the point of cooking it when I can go order it through the drive through?
Stop right there. This is a huge part of nutrition that people under estimate. The things that go into cooking are more then just the main product itself. Like the burger. The burger is being cooked on a grill filled with no one knows what. The meat is made with who knows what. And the nutrition behind it is made by who knows who? So yes, enjoy a juicy delicious burger, just not Mcdonalds!
Whether it’s a savory one-pan chicken dish or sweet French toast, simple Protein recipes can all be made in the nick of time. Cooking doesn't have to be as complicated as people make it. And neither does nutrition! In 30 minutes or less you could have a healthy meal with juicy flavor containing at least 17 (and up to 42) grams of protein per serving for less than 375 calories. Leaving your taste buds happy and you macronutrients diet even happier!
Protein can be found in two main sources, Animal protein, poultry, meat, beef, pork, eggs, fish. And Plant Protein, tempeh, hemp seeds, lentils, chickpeas, quinoa, edamame.
Carbs, carbs are the big AHH of life, the big NO NO! But in all honestly, there just as important as the rest. No one can fully succeed in a diet for their whole life with no carbs. So why trick your body into doing it for a month to only binge right back. Carbs are important. Carbohydrate's are the bodies main energy source. They react to muscle recovery and gains while breaking down into glucose.
Carbohydrates can be found in two ways. Complex carbs, and Simple carbs. Complex carbs are the winners, high in fiber and nutrients, whole grain, wheats, oats, bananas, potatoes, rice ex. While Simple is more the no go's, donuts, pasta, bread, ex. But no worries with macros you can still fit them in wisely!
Fats, are the flavors! Don't let the word itself scare you. Fats are your friend. This is an extremely crucial macronutrient for you body! Fats help store all of your energy, while giving yourself a stored food source. Without fats you'd be hungry in a minute! Our body takes time, energy and calories to break down the good ones and this is the key to weight loss when done correctly.
Fats split into two as well, unsaturated fat is a fat or fatty acid in which there is one or more double bond in the fatty acid chain. ... Foods containing unsaturated fats include avocado, nuts, and soybean, canola, and olive oils. And saturated fats – which are found in butter, cheese, heavy cream and other processed foods. Decades of sound science has proven it can raise your “bad” cholesterol and put you at higher risk for heart disease. So we don't like those!
Here are a few yummy meals made in less then 30 minutes for the macros of high protein!
1) PP BREAKY BURRITO
Per serving: Calories: 371; Total Fat: 22g; Saturated Fat: 7g; Monounsaturated Fat: 4g; Cholesterol: 391mg; Sodium: 565mg; Carbohydrate: 21g; Dietary Fiber: 9g; Sugar: 3g; Protein: 27g
Serves: 4 | Serving Size: 1/4 recipe
2) Lemon Chicken and Artichoke skillet
Nutrition (per serving): Calories: 371; Total Fat: 15g; Saturated Fat: 2g; Monounsaturated Fat: 6g; Cholesterol: 124mg; Sodium: 511mg; Carbohydrate: 14g; Dietary Fiber: 4g; Sugar: 2g; Protein: 42g
Serves: 4 | Serving Size: 1 chicken breast, 1/4 of the vegetables/sauce
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