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    Default Becoming A Healthy Eater

    A healthy eater is a good problem solver. Healthy eaters have learned to take care of themselves and their eating with sound judgement and making wise decisions. Healthy eaters are always aware of what they eat, and know the effect that it will have on their bodies

    When someone is unable to take control of their eating, they are also likely to get out of control with other aspects of life as well. Healthy eaters have learned to take care of themselves and their eating with sound judgment and making wise decisions. They are always aware of what they eat, and know the effect that it will have on their bodies

    Changing How You Eat

    As you may know, not fueling up with the right nutrients can affect how well your body performs and your overall fitness benefits. Even though healthy eating is important, there are myths that hinder your performance if you listen to them
    Below, you’ll find some myth busters on healthy eating

    Working out on an empty stomach

    If you hear a rumbling noise in your stomach, the rumbling is trying to tell you something. Without listening to them, you are forcing your body to run without any fuel. Before you exercise or do any physical activity, always eat a light snack such as an apple

    Skipping breakfast

    Skipping breakfast is never a good idea, as breakfast starts the day. Your body needs fuel as soon as possible, and without it, you’ll be hungry throughout the day

    Eating what you want

    Eating healthy and exercising doesn’t give you an all access pass to eat anything you want. Everyone needs the same nutrients whether they exercise or not, as well as fruits and vegetables

    Skip soda and alcohol

    Water, milk, and juice is the best to drink for active people. You should drink often, and not require on thirst to be an indicator. By the time you get thirsty, your body is already running a bit too low

    Changing how you eat is always a great step towards healthy eating and it will affect how your body performs. The healthier you eat, you better you’ll feel. Once you give it a chance, you’ll see in no time at all just how much it can change your life – for the better

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    Default Re: Becoming A Healthy Eater

    Well the sentiment in here is good, there is a bit of misinformation in your post. First, lots of fitness people suggest doing cardio on an empty stomach when you first wake up. The theory behind this is that your body is in a fat burning state when you first wake up, but once you eat you take it out of that state. So saying to never exercise on an empty stomach isn't necessarily correct.

    Second, skip basically all drinks that aren't water. Calcium needs for grown males are minimal and you will typically get those through the foods you eat. Drinking milk can be terrible for. But if you do drink milk, it can actually be more beneficial to drink 2% over skim because skim milk loses a lot of the health benefits. My suggestion: skip milk altogether. As for juices, 95% of juice sold on the market is as bad as soda. Most juices are just sugar and empty calories. Some vegetable juices are reasonable, but be careful of consuming too much sodium if you're drinking vegetable juices. My suggestion: Skip juices. Overall suggestion: Drink water!

    Otherwise, you're 100% correct, eating healthy is the single most important thing you can do for your body. It's more important than exercise by far. If you need to lose weight, focus on getting your diet in order.
    "It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything."

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    Default Re: Becoming A Healthy Eater

    Thanks for advice .

    Water it`s important but can`t avoid other things like juice and milk. You can make your juice in home and you can just eat it, Something like banana got a lot of calcium.

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    Default Re: Becoming A Healthy Eater

    You should drink often, and not require on thirst to be an indicator. By the time you get thirsty, your body is already running a bit too low
    this happens to me alot

    @duke i'm not really seeing your reason to skip milk, i drink full cream (but im a skinny guy with a fast metabolism) and theres protein, carbs, fats (yeeeeee), and calcium - i think im missing more but anyhow these are essentials, to which i usually stack it with 2 tablespoons of milo and a banana

    First, lots of fitness people suggest doing cardio on an empty stomach when you first wake up.
    and growth hormone levels are higher ( i dont know the increase figure) for like 9 minutes upon waking, some study i read but i'm skeptical on it haha

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    Default Re: Becoming A Healthy Eater

    Sorry. If there is anything I've studied as a hobby more than gaming, it's nutrition. This poster is just making things worse by over generalizing things in a way that is not true.

    1. Hydration should be gauged by averaging the color of your urine throughout the day. Overly clear and you may be flushing out nutrients (or not getting enough). Overly colored and you may be too hydrated (or too full of micronutrients). About 20% "yellow" on average may be a good rule of thumb.

    2. Most fruit juice is unhealthy for you. Period. It's nearly pure sucrose which your body processes into fructose (bad) and glucose (good). Fructose is not good for you. Period. Sure, you can eat fruits and those are "good" for you, but really it's the micros and fiber in fruits that you really need. Obesity is caused by over-carbing and HFCS. Not dietary fats. Regardless of what you "read." Nearly ALL emerging studies by ALL reputable sources point to this conclusion.

    3. Eating an apple before exercise is not godo advice. Eating about 15 grams of protein along with 30 grams of complex non-fructose carbs (rice) is better. An apple will work, but an apple alone is just bad advice.

    4. The best thing the average american can do to get their diet in order is simple: stay hydrated, REMOVE ALL high-fructose-corn-syrup, reduce sucrose levels to 50g max per day, eliminate all liquids except water (and occasionally milk if you just have a craving), and consume lower glycemic carbs (to avoid the constant insulin spikes).

    5. For muscle builders looking to lose fat and maintain as much muscle state as possible, google UD2 (the updated version of Bodyopus).

    6. For those looking to just lose weight, you can play all the ketosis games you want, and kill your metabolic system over time, but there are ways to lose weight and stay healthy (1g/lb protein, 50g carbs to eliminate full ketosis, and remainder in MCT fats to hit 1200 calories -- REGARDLESS of your bodyweight). Then go workout, do cardio, or whatever to burn remainder of calories if you want. For those women reading this who have 1200 as maintenance, you shouldn't go below that anyway to ensure macros and micros, and you can just carb out the calories on a treadmill or swimming pool.

    7. For those of you who really want to learn about nutrition read a few of Lyle McDonald's books (UD2, Subborn Fat, etc.). I've read textbook after textbook after textbook. This guy's is as legit. End of story.

    8. For those of you males who just want to fix to your "body" google McDoncald's Rapid Fat Loss diet, treadmill your ass off to 15% then UD2 (cut) to 10% and bulk to 15% and keep that cycle going. There is no easier answer than this. ** I do not have any relation to this guy, I don't make money from him, etc. I'm just one damn-educated individual, and this guys stuff is seriously legit for normal people as well as body-builders.

    9. If you really talk to girls and study what body types they like, about 80% like guys at the 12-17% mark. Sure there are examples of Ronnie Coleman and Chris Farley, but those guys are outliers. 99% of us dont have those genetics or humor-talent. 99% of us can be in the 12-17% mark, feel good, be happy and move on to building our internal identity.
    - CR

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    Default Re: Becoming A Healthy Eater

    @hyp & @costarica

    Each person has his own body could tip that does not work with me, but lead a good result for you.There are basic things can not be dispensed with.

    My personal advice: Watch your body and diet each period because this puts change what saved the body

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    Default Re: Becoming A Healthy Eater

    Health is wealth, a healthy eater is always confident about what he is eating whether its good for him or not.
    Being on a good diet is exactly what we need for making our self physically fit and active.

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    Default Re: Becoming A Healthy Eater

    @davin , You are right - Health is wealth. GOD bless you.

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    Default Re: Becoming A Healthy Eater

    It is hugely disappointing to hear that you will be in a fat burning state if you don't eat in the morning before you exercise. Unfortunately, if you don't eat and exercise, you better hope its light to moderate exercise otherwise you will begin to burn off those muscles you've been working so hard to get. To burn body fat, you need to take in about 500 calories less than you normally have per day every day. After a week you should lose 1lb of bodyweight, obviously if you exercise and keep protein high enough you will keep the muscle you are putting on. Don't forget 4-6 meals a day but if your used to 3, start on 4. This increases metabolism (which if high, will burn fat quickly or develop muscle quickly. If it is low however, you will take longer to burn fat and to build muscle).

    These are such basic tips and there is alot to nutrition, but for someone who is thinking of starting up with a good diet, then this a good place to start.

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    Default Re: Becoming A Healthy Eater

    Nice tips , as you know we should change in our diet routine because body save what we do and after while our body loss nothing .


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