Diet usually has something to do with you not meeting your fitness goals. Many of you do not have a lot of spare time, and while the team recommends living a stress-free life that allows you to cook all of your meals and spend more time with your family, we know it isn't always going to happen.
We don't want any of you slipping up on your progress. And we definitely don't want any of you slinking to Papa John's for a cheese pizza because you didn't have time to cook. We've partnered with Balance by bistroMD, a meal delivery service that prepares amazing meals with fresh ingredients. And guess what? The meals are delivered to your home for free if sign up for the service through the links in this post.
Now, we didn't want to promote a service unless we tried it ourselves. Two of our nutritionists signed up at their own expense to test it out. Let's see what they had to say:
Building muscle and burning fat is easy once you get the hang of it, but there are things that you can do to accelerate your progress or even shed a few pounds of body fat (you know the ones we're talking about!).
There are also tons of things that you can do to maintain your weight once you've reached a good place.
We've read countless blogs and health-related websites that spout erroneous nutrition information. This is plain wrong and we don't want you to be misinformed any longer. Oftentimes, we see "nutritionists" spouting out the word carbohydtrates only when referring to bread, pastas, and grains...and then they usually say something like, "Don't Eat Carbs" or "Carbohydrates Are Bad For You," both of which are blatant lies.
To correct this problem, we want to give you the basic definitions in nutrition so you can make informed, educated decisions for your life. You can also weed out the good sites from the ones just trying to make a buck off you.
Sites We Love
The Baker Chick
The Candida Diet
Super Healthy Kids
Wake Up World
No Meat Athlete
American Nutrition Assoc.
Lean it Up
Muscle and Fitness
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