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Mass Effect Diet: Diet to Tone & Gain Muscle!

Eating the right diet is the key to gain muscle or lose weight. A healthy supply of protein, fruits, vegetables, nutrition is probably the best thing you can do for your system.  Zofit aims to provide its users with a variety of healthy diet. Following are the options to Tone & Gain Muscle.  Meal 1  Option 1: 4-6 Egg Omelette with Spinach and Mushrooms. Option 2: 4-6 Egg Frittata and Green Smoothie.  Option 3: Large Bowl of Oatmeal with Nuts and Berries.  Option 4: Large Homemade Breakfast Bar or Protein Bar.  Option 5: Protein Pancakes with 1Tbsp Honey.  Meal 2  Option 1: Chicken Breast with Broccoli.  Option 2: Chicken Breast with Avocado.  Option 3: Chicken Breast with Caesar Salad.  Option 4: Meatballs with Cucumbers.  Option 5: Two Low Fat Plain Greek Yogurts with Cinamon.  Meal 3  Option 1: Turkey or Pork Ham with Tomatoes.  Option 2: Chicken Breast with Green Beans.  Option 3: Chicken Breast with Large Lettuce Salad.  Option 4: Tuna

Everything You Need to Know About Protein

NATURAL SOURCES OF PROTEIN These natural foods are high in protein: Meat Fish and seafood Eggs Milk and milk products Tofu and soy products+ Legumes Quinoa Nuts BIOLOGICAL VALUE When it comes to protein, you’ll most likely hear the term “biological value” (or BV) at some point. The biological value of a hen’s egg is fixed at 100. The higher the biological value of a certain food, the more similar the protein contained is to our own body’s protein, and the easier it can be transformed into endogenous protein. A few examples for dishes with an ideal BV: Casseroles with egg and potatoes Crepes Meat patties with mashed potatoes Chili con carne Chili sin carne MORE PROTEIN = MORE MUSCLES? You wish!  Working out is what counts when it comes to your dream body.  By taking in more protein than your body needs to build muscle, you don’t just magically turn into a muscle man (or woman). Protein also contains calories. If your body gets too much energy (calories),

Foods You Should Be Eating To Kill Your Sweet Tooth

Nearly every diet—vegan, Paleo, ketogenic, etc.—has something in common with the others: they all recommend eliminating added sugar. These sugars are typically injected into foods to give them more flavor (especially low-fats) or to make them sweeter, but unlike the naturally occurring sugars found in whole foods like fruits, added sugars can wreak total havoc on your health. If you’ve ever tried to give up sugar for any period of time, you know how difficult it can be. But if you can kick the white stuff for good, the results are totally worth it. Try the following foods to kill your sweet tooth:  1. Protein Replacing sugary foods with  protein is one of the best ways to stabilize your blood sugar levels. In fact, depending on the food, a protein-rich meal can actually slow down the absorption of sugar and prevent glucose spikes, which, in turn, can reduce your sugar cravings. 2. Healthy Fats While fat has gotten a bad rap in the past, experts are fi