The best way to get a stronger and muscular body is to follow these five nutrition rules:
– Consume enough carbohydrates such as oats, brown rice, beans and yams so you can break down this type of nutrient into sugar for energy.
– Get all of your vitamins and minerals from eating foods like spinach, broccoli, white potatoes and bananas.
– Drink lots of water so that your system can work better too – at least 8 glasses a day! The best time to drink water is in the morning before you eat or exercise.
– Drink less alcohol. Alcohol makes you weaker and can cause damage to your liver, heart and brain, especially when drinking heavily.
– You should also cut out smoking from your daily habit because it causes lung diseases over time. If you get the chance, play football or some other exercises that involve running to be stronger and more fit!
If you have struggled to build muscle or pack on size this is a list of foods that are easy to find:
2) Eggs (especially the yolks)
4) Red meat, not too much though. Stay away from processed meats like salami, hot dogs etc.
5) Most nuts (for example; almonds, cashews and peanuts)
6) Whole grains. Brown rice, oats and whole wheat bread are good sources of carbs.
NOTE: The only grain that I do not recommend is white rice because it’s almost purely starch with little nutritional value. Stay away from processed foods, they’ll damage your testosterone levels over time.
All these things can help to keep you in shape healthily if you follow through. Stay healthy!
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