Tag: breakfast

Fat Loss Hypertrophy

7 ways to train like a pro bodybuilder

Dr Jacob Wilson is director of the skeletal muscle and sports nutrition laboratory at the Department of Health Science and Human Performance at the University of Tampa. Ryan Lowery is senior research scientist at Department of Health Science and Human Performance at the University of Tampa, with a focus on sports nutrition and supplementation. 1 Engage your mind Focusing on the muscle is everything and there is data to support the mind-muscle connection that Ben preaches constantly. Does this mean you have to move the weight super slow? Absolutely not. However, using MIV (maximal intended velocity) whilst focusing on the…

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Fat Loss

The pro secrets of getting lean

James Ellis is a WBFF pro and physique coach. He is based in London Eat protein and fats for breakfast When I want to kickstart fat loss I make sure my breakfast is based around quality protein and fats, regardless of what time I am training that day. I typically eat eggs or meat and nuts with some omega-3 oil taken separately. Protein and fats digest slowly, giving a very stable blood sugar release, and the omega-3s support cognitive function and switch-on lipolytic hormones. It also keeps my carb cravings at bay and allows me to burn more fat in…

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Nutrition

Eat a high-fat breakfast to get lean

What you eat for breakfast dictates your body’s prefered fuel source for the rest of the day, says Dr Jacob Wilson What you eat for breakfast programmes your metabolism for the rest of day. That’s the latest findings from the research I am currently leading at the University of Tampa in Florida. We’ve discovered that a high-carb breakfast – toast, muffins or cereal – programmes you metabolism to use carbs as its preferred energy source for the rest of the day. That means any dietary fat that is consumed is more likely to be stored in fat cells because it’s…

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Fat Loss Nutrition

Does skipping breakfast burn more fat?

Dr Sam Decombel is the chief operating officer of genetic research and development company MuscleGenes and has a PhD in Genetics from the University of Birmingham. She is based in Oxfordshire. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right? A message perpetuated by health agencies around the world for many years, it seems that no matter what new diet fads emerge, the one thing that stays constant is the respect that breakfast holds in the public consciousness. Yet some of the most recent research emerging on meal timings is changing our perception on the way in which we…

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