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Healthy Diet Plan That Develops Muscle

Author : Stevan Glazsckie

Submitted : 2010-10-19 16:13:38    Word Count : 579    Popularity:   6

Tags:   no nonsense muscle buidling, strength training, lose weight, fitness

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You can find plenty of diets that say they are used as a healthy means of building your muscles. When looking into the habits or foods required, most aren't healthy at all and only look that way to people who are not knowledgeable in healthy education. Here are some ideas on your next healthy diet and way to build your muscle.

All diets require protein to build muscles up, no matter what other restrictions your diet offers. But if too many proteins are in your diet and you do not exercise enough, it will have the wrong effect. If a person eats 2,000 calories a day and continues to exercise for at least a half an hour a day, half of your daily intake of calories should be from proteins like chicken and fish or turkey.

If a person does not exercise the muscles for a half an hour a day while taking in that amount of protein, the muscles could very well rebuild incorrectly or not at all. When muscles are used, they break down and then rebuild. Proteins are essential for rebuilding and fueling the growth, along with the next part of your diet: water.

It is important to eat three meals a day when trying to drop weight. If you were to miss a meal, the body then thinks it will be without so it then eats the first things to hit the stomach the next meal, no matter how unhealthy it may be. So if you miss eating, your body will take out all fats and sugars first for energy. The fats are then stored for later energy use if too many are eaten.

A healthy way of dropping pounds is to take into consideration the calories you eat daily. A healthy adult takes in about 2,000 calories daily. Reducing the intake to about 1,500 a day will help a person limit the amount of fat and carbs taken in, which in turn helps to lose weight.

Water is essential for muscle growth, and should be taken in specific amounts daily. The average adult is supposed to drink at least 64 ounces of water a day in order to stay hydrated. If you work out regularly, you will notice sweating which rids the body of salts and water. So when working out for at least a half an hour a day, add an additional 16 ounces of water to your diet. The more water you drink, your muscles can rebuild in a healthy way.

Carbohydrates are condemned by many diets, and this is not wise to follow. The body requires carbs and sugar to have energy to function. Your carbohydrates are turned into energy and burned so that muscles have energy to work and grow.

The remaining 1,000 calories of your diet should come from food groups that include carbohydrates and sugars from natural means such as fruits and vegetables. This will even out your daily intake of the food groups and also helps you to have the energy needed to sustain a workout to build muscle.

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