Eating the right foods at right intervals and following an appropriate diet, are the key factors to gain weight. Working out alone is not going to do the trick. You need to exercise your muscles to encourage them to grow, but you also need to provide them with the right nutrition and diet.
Unless you've been living under a stone for the past month or so, you must have heard about the horse meat scandal across Europe and the UK. It turns out that horse meat has been a regular ingredient of beef processed food products for some time.
Remember the saying that “muscles are made in the kitchen”? It actually refers to six pack abs but it’s true for other muscle groups too. If you want to build a fitness model’s body, following a good muscle gain diet is just as important as working out.
Breakfast is arguably the most important meal of the day. It fuels your body with the energy and the nutrients it needs for the day ahead. Considering that there is a slightly longer gap between dinner (or your pre-bed snack) and breakfast, it’s not a surprise that you wake up hungry. Here’s a list of six breakfast ideas for six pack abs.
My version of scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and avocado on rye bread. It takes 5 minutes to cook and is packed full of nutrients and 33g of protein.
Anyone who is looking to gain weight, build muscles or just adopt a healthier lifestyle, would have come across the subject of protein rich foods. That is because protein is one of the major factors for muscle repair and growth. A diet consisting of protein rich foods, therefore, is the foundation of building a better healthier body.
It’s been a year since the introduction of 20% VAT on Sports Supplements in the UK which means paying 20% more for our favourite protein powders. Bulk Powders and other leading sports supplement companies have set up a campaign against this tax and need your help to raise awareness of this issue.
Eating right is just as important as exercising for muscle growth. Ideally you should have 5-6 small meals a day to provide you with the right level of nutrition. The easiest way to get some of these nutrients is from a protein supplement in the form of a shake. Here’s my review of Whey Protein 80 (concentrate) by The Protein Works.