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Want To Get Lean? Eat Fat, Protein And Vegetables

Author: Dana Ruggiero
by Dana Ruggiero
Posted: Oct 15, 2018

When trying to lose fat to get a lean body, the quantity of calories and type of food you eat is crucial. Each of your meals should include a portion of good fats, a portion of protein and a vegetable. If you organize your meal in this way you will automatically provide the ideal amount of carbohydrates (20-50 grams per day). This is the best diet that works for getting lean.

Here is a brief outline:

1. Fats: Grassi, Coconut oil, organic butter cow or goat from grazing, Extra virgin olive oil

Do not be afraid to eat fat. Try to reduce carbohydrates and fats at the same time is a recipe for failure. It will make you feel too weak and hungry and you will lose the good intentions to lose weight.

The best form of cooking oil is the coconut oil. And 'rich in medium-chain fatty acids, which are more substantial than the others and can increase your metabolism in a short time.

No reason to be afraid of healthy fats, several new studies have shown that saturated fats do not increase at all the risks of heart disease.

2. Protein: Meat, Fish, Eggs, Legumes

The protein is the macronutrient that contributes most of all to give you a sense of fullness. Eat an adequate amount can speed up your metabolism.

3. Vegetables: Salad, Cooked vegetables

Do not be afraid to fill up a nice plate full of vegetables. You can also eat a good portion and not go beyond the 20-50 grams of net carbs per day.

The vegetable and meat contain all the fiber, vitamins and minerals you need to stay healthy. There is a physiological need for cereals in the diet. You can easily do without it for a while 'and introduce them after losing the excess weight (but always in balanced quantities that fits to your caloric needs).

So make 2-3 meals a day as follows: fat, protein and vegetables. This allows you to keep within the range of 20-50 grams of carbohydrates and lower insulin levels. Checkout for more health and fitness tips.

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Well, for now all I can say I love writing articles on my ideas on many different subject matters. But especially weight training and muscle building.

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