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Macros for Muscles

With so many options out there for the ideal diet to lose fat and build muscle, it can get awfully overwhelming to pick the best fit. As a trainer I aim to teach my clients how to fuel up and slim down in a way that can be practiced long term, with no restrictions, so the benefits of our time and effort towards a healthier you last a lifetime. To create a healthy and balanced approach to nutrition I've seen consistent success amongst my clients when we focus specifically on macronutrients, or macros. Macronutrients are the three main types of nutrients our bodies need to function properly and stay healthy. These include carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.

Carbohydrates are the body's primary source of energy. They can be found in foods like bread, pasta, rice, fruits, and vegetables. When you eat carbs, your body breaks them down into glucose, which is then used to fuel your body during exercise and other activities.

Proteins are important for building and repairing muscles, bones, and other tissues. They can be found in foods like meat, fish, eggs, and beans. During exercise, your muscles can become damaged, and protein is needed to repair them and help them grow stronger.

Fats are also a source of energy and are important for many functions in the body, such as brain function and hormone production. They can be found in foods like oils, nuts, seeds, and fatty fish. During exercise, your body may use fat as a source of energy, especially during longer, lower-intensity workouts.

In order to maintain a healthy diet and support your exercise routine, it's important to include a balance of all three macronutrients in your meals. Eating a variety of whole foods that are rich in these nutrients can help ensure that your body has the energy and nutrients it needs to function properly and aids in achieving your fitness goals.

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