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A Variety of Proteins Works Best to Increase Muscle Mass

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After people turn 30, they start losing between 3% and 5% of muscle mass per decade — something that athletes work hard to combat. It takes hard work to counter the effects of time; the average man can expect to gain between 0.25 and 0.5 pounds of muscle per week (compared to 0.12-0.25 pounds for women). One crucial aspect of achieving your goals is diet. Many weightlifters and everyday fitness buffs take protein shakes to help boost muscle building and recovery, but a recent study by scientists at the University of Sydney indicates that for ultimate gains, it is better...

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How the food you eat affects your brain

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Throughout the day, you make different choices on what to eat. However, with meal prep, you can simplify this thought process and make it easier for yourself. The food you eat affects your brain, and whatever you choose to eat would have a direct and long-lasting effect. Whether you decide to have some junk food, or if you’ve already prepared a snack from home, your brain and body will be affected by the nutrients (or the lack of) in the food. Learn more about this in the video below! https://youtu.be/xyQY8a-ng6g If you want to start meal-prepping, here's a blog that...

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Lose Weight Without Counting Calories

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Do you count your calories before you eat? You may have seen some people do fine on their diet without counting calories. Calories are still important when it comes to weight loss because you have to be in a caloric deficit will help with your weight loss journey. But can you stay under your calorie intake without actually counting? Here is a video that will teach you how to lose weight without counting calories. For those who are counting, there are several factors as to why people have difficulty losing weight even though they are counting. Check it out below!...

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Intermittent fasting vs. eating every day

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Some recent studies show that changing when you eat can help with your diet. Instead of changing what you eat, how often you eat can help you with your fitness goals. So what's the difference between intermittent fasting vs. eating every day? Whether this is another diet fad or if this is true science, intermittent fasting is a strategy of periodical starvation. Learn more about intermittent fasting and the science behind it by watching the video below! https://youtu.be/X1s_uRuZfzY

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3 Chicken Dinner ideas

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Winner winner, chicken dinner! Here are 3 chicken dinner ideas you can try tonight to step up your meals. These recipes are tangy and delicious, and can be served with a healthy side. You can even make these meals as part of your meal prep! Here are the recipes: Honey Lime Chicken Almond Ranch Chicken Fingers Caprese Chicken Bake Which one do you like? I can’t pick a favorite – each recipe looks delicious! Watch the video below for the recipes: https://youtu.be/Vw1xjygOo4c?t=12s

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