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Optimise Your Nutrition for the Best Fitness Results

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You can burn fat 24 hours a day even when you are not exercising.

Here are 6 highly effective activities that can help you achieve your weight loss goal in the shortest possible time:

  1. Metabolic training
  2. Functional training
  3. Eating gluten-free foods
  4. High protein diet
  5. Maximising calories out
  6. Optimal nutrient intake

How to Combine Fitness and Nutrition

Metabolic Training

 

Change the way your body utilises fuel and burns fat 20% faster 24 hours a day. Metabolic training helps you burn extra energy rather than store it. It combines weight lifting with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).

Functional Training

 

This is a workout routine that makes you more functional to carry out your daily or sporting activities with ease. Build stronger arms, chest, back, and legs. It is all about strengthening your whole body movement patterns.

Gluten Digestive Enzymesy

 

Gluten-free diets that are effective against digestive inflammation, which causes a lack of energy and a general feeling of tiredness and exhaustion. You will experience increased strength, bone mass, stronger joints, and better looking skin.

High Protein Diet

 

A well-balanced diet with a high protein content will help you reach your goal, whether it’s to lose fat or build muscle. Your body needs protein as a building block. Any muscle fibres that may have been damaged during exercise are repaired by protein.

Maximising Calories Out

 

Calories out are more crucial than anything else when it comes to getting in shape and maintaining weight loss. However, it is the aspect of weight loss that is least discussed, which is why so many people fall short of their objectives.

Optimal Nutrient Zone

 

Getting your body into the Optimal Nutrient Zone and keeping it there is your primary objective. We provide regular and consistent testing in line with RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance) to ensure you accomplish this.

You will get all the help you need to maintain a daily caloric deficit, optimal protein intake, nutrient levels, and overall physical training in order to lose weight.

What You Will Achieve

Increase Metabolic Rate

This helps your body to burn fat even when you are not working out. You will also enjoy improved functional strength, muscular development, lung/heart capacity, decreased stress and body weight.

Reduced Sports Injuries

The stronger your muscles and the more accustomed your body is to the movements within your sport, the less likely you are to get injured while performing.

Renewed Strength and Vitality

Feel stronger and healthier with improved nutrient absorption and weight normalisation. Adhering to a gluten-free diet will also help you heal faster if you are having a gut problem.

Full Body Rejuvenation

Build muscle, lose weight, speed up your metabolism, and improve your general health. Eating a high-protein diet along with taking protein supplements can help you achieve your fitness goals.

Increased Calories Out

In addition to eating healthy, you can ensure that your efforts in the kitchen or the gym result in fat loss and muscle gain by knowing how to maximise your metabolism and burn the most calories possible.

Optimal Nutrient Levels

Reach the sweet spot for optimum performance by increasing your key nutrient levels and feeling amazing. You will discover the appropriate amount of nutrients that will get your body operating at its best.

Learn how to optimise your nutrition, metabolic rate, and workout routine for the best fitness results.

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Benefits of Metabolic Training

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Metabolic training has many advantages. Here are the important ones:

  • Increased metabolic rate at rest.
  • Increased functional strength.
  • Accelerated muscular growth.
  • Increased heart and lung capacity.
  • Reduced stress.
  • Less pressure on your tissues and joints.
  • Neurological adaptations.
  • Increased Sensitivity to Insulin.

Insulin sensitivity is the ability of your body to use the insulin produced by the pancreas in response to ingesting carbohydrates. People with better insulin sensitivity tend to gain less total body fat than people with poorer insulin sensitivity

Benefits of Functional Training


Functional training should be included in every workout program because it offers so many wonderful advantages.


  • Time-saving exercise routines that can be completed in three 20–30 minute sessions each week.
  • Due to the compound nature of the lifts being used, fat burning rates are increased.
  • Increased cardiovascular benefits as a result of the program’s structure.
  • Enhanced muscular strength, which boosts energy output.
  • Increased development of lean muscle, which raises the resting metabolic rate.
  • Less chance of suffering injuries from daily activities as well as those related to sports and exercise.
  • Better heart health with lower blood pressure and reduced cholesterol.
  • Reduced levels of stress.
  • Fun exercises that are always changing.
  • Bones that are stronger and at a lower risk of developing osteoporosis.

Benefits of Gluten-Free Diets

 

A gluten-free diet provides great benefits, especially to people with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity.

 

  • Better energy levels with reduced inflammation.
  • Fewer headaches and brain fog.
  • Decreased joint pain and discomfort.
  • Increased bone mass and strength.
  • Better looking skin.
  • Enhanced nutrient absorption and weight loss.

Why High-Protein Diet and Maximising Calories Out?

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Balanced Diet With High Protein Content

There are other factors to consider besides your daily protein intake as a whole. Consuming protein with each meal is also essential. 25–30 grams of protein per meal is considered to be the ideal amount. Compared to smaller amounts consumed throughout the day, this quantity better supports satiety, the preservation of mass muscle, and body weight management.

The dose that triggers the synthesis of muscle protein is 20–30 g per meal (MPS). With age, the minimum dose needed to activate MPS increases. You can eat up to 2.2g/kg/day, or 1g/Ib/day.

Meat, fish, poultry, eggs, lentils, and soy products like tofu and tempeh are examples of foods high in protein that can be eaten on a regular basis.

Maximising Calories Out

You will lose weight if your daily caloric intake is lower than your daily caloric expenditure. You’ll put on weight if the opposite occurs. Your weight will remain constant if the two sides are equal.

By consuming fewer calories than your TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure), you can reduce your caloric intake and lose weight. This can be accomplished by cutting back on calories consumed or by taking brief daily walks. Additionally, formal exercise can be used to achieve the same result.

Your body does, however, have a survival mechanism to guard against starvation. Thus, it will eventually lower your TDEE and increase your hunger. Maintaining a high metabolic rate, or TDEE, is essential for continuing to lose fat in the long run.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Meet your daily protein requirements.
  • Eat gluten-free foods.
  • Consume the recommended levels of micro and macronutrients
  • Always have your breakfast.
  • Eat only when you’re slightly hungry.
  • Eat proteinous foods with each meal.
  • Add eggs to your breakfast.
  • Consider leaner and bigger slices of meat.
  • Add nutritional yeast to your snacks.
  • Make use of peanut butter.
  • Eat peas and nuts.
  • Include Quinoa in your diet.
  • Opt for ancient grains such as Sorghum, Rye, Amaranth, etc.
  • Take protein supplements.
  • Eat protein pancakes.
  • Consume Tuna (a highly proteinous fish).
  • Refuel on the go with protein bars.
  • Boost the intensity of your workouts and your protein intake.
  • Eat to give your body energy.
  • Strength training should take precedence over conventional steady-state cardio.
  • Make time for rest and recovery
Consume a lot of fruits and vegetables. Eat foods that are low in sodium, saturated fats, and added sugars. Choose dairy products, whole grains, and lean protein sources. Combine functional and metabolic training to improve your strength and weight loss.
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