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Instead, think of nutrition as a balancing act between what you want to eat and what you should eat. Focusing too heavily on the "should" side will set you up for failure and guilt, while focusing only on what you want will pile on the pounds and make you less healthy.
Make sure to have a light snack or meal with protein before beginning a workout. Protein is the body needs to repair damage and build new tissue each time you exercise. Protein will keep your body from feeling more worn down than it needs to, and will help protect the leaner body you're building.
Put a lot of fiber in your diet. Foods with a lot of fiber in them such as nuts and whole-grains are great. Because the fiber takes a long time to break down in the body, you feel full for longer than with other foods. This way you won't have cravings for junk food as often.
You will want to consider pesticides and their effect on your food. They are generally portrayed as detrimental. But if you talk with farmers, you may come to a more nuanced view. For instance, you may hear that some fungicides are necessary; that a healthy crop cannot be produced without them, and that none of the chemical is retained on the produce you buy.
Learn to prepare fruit or vegetable smoothies. The smoothies that are sold in restaurants or bought at grocery stores may be highly caloric and contain undesirable preservatives or additives. It is easy to make a smoothie! This will make it easier to control your diet plan, as well. Use ingredients like skim milk, Greek yogurt, bananas, frozen or fresh fruit and ice, to make a healthy, low calorie smoothie.
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