General Guidelines for the amount of protein are 0.8 – 2 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight for the best performance and health. Wait Kilograms I measure in pounds/lbs. how do I get to kilograms? First, calculate your weight in kilograms by dividing your weight in pounds by 2.2. (round up or down) Second, decide how many grams of protein per kilogram of … Continue reading How Much Protein Do You Need?
Protocol For Better Health If it is red it is a clickable link: Know your # Body Mass Index is a measurement of body fat based on height and weight that applies to both men and women between the ages of 18 and 65 years. Basal Metabolic Rate is the number of calories that you burn at rest over 24 hours Calories to eat each day: … Continue reading Protocol For Better Health
What is Metabolic Flexibility? Metabolic flexibility refers to how efficiently your body can switch between using carbs or fats for fuel. Simply put, are you a fat burner or a sugar burner? Being metabolically flexible has been shown to improve overall health and wellness by boosting insulin sensitivity, reducing the risk of disease, and training your body to adapt to the different metabolic demands you … Continue reading How to Have Metabolic Flexibility
Lose Weight Fast How can I lose 10lbs in a month for a special event compared to how do I lose 10lbs for better health? If you need to drop the weight fast because you have a special event coming up then fasting (Intermittent and extended) and low carbs, high good fat, moderate protein is the best go-to plan. If you want better health, and … Continue reading Need To Lose Weight Fast?
Helping you learn so you can apply for the rest of your life. fat 9 calories per gram Protein 4 calories per gram Carbohydrates 4 calories per gram First, you need to find your just how many calories you need to aim for. It is easy, just go here and get your BMR(Basel Metabolic Rate) . Now you have your # it is time to … Continue reading What are the Macronutrients on High Fat Moderate Protein Low Carbohydrate Diet
Body Mass Index (BMI). Use an online Body mass index (BMI) calculator or the formula (BMI = weight ÷ height2).3 If you use kilograms and centimeters, you have your result. If you use pounds and inches, you need to multiply the result by 703. Example: Woman 150 pounds with a height of five feet four inches (64 inches total), BMI = (150 ÷ 642) × … Continue reading Know your Numbers Body Mass Index and Basal Metabolic Rate
Bad Fats Stay away from these vegetable oils including corn, canola, cottonseed, soybean, sunflower, and safflower oils, which are all omega-6-rich, inflammatory fats. Good Fats The best fats are organic cold-pressed extra-virgin olive oil and coconut oil, olives oil, avocados oil, and Ghee. You want to stick with anti-inflammatory fats! Cooking-wise, ghee, coconut oil, and avocado oil are best used for medium-heat cooking or lower. … Continue reading Fats: The Good The Bad The Ugly