Weight Management w/Nutritional Timing

Weight Management w/Nutritional Timing

Nutritional Timing

Nutritional timing allows us to enjoy all the foods we normally would eat without concerns of unwanted weight gain. Knowing how to combine the right foods at the right time can be used advantageously for rapid or slow absorption, especially for those looking to add muscular mass or cut body fat.

Understanding the differences among proteins and knowing how to target either rapid or slow absorption can be extremely beneficial and provide enhanced results. It helps to understand the Science Behind The Muscle and make necessary changes before it becomes out of control.

Building a muscular frame can help the body function more easily and recover faster. Constantly providing nutrients to the muscle fibers will not only increase the metabolism but will also burn fat calories just from keeping the body at a constant state of work. Mixing it up with HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) rather than only lifting weights can offer increased benefits. Increasing either intensity or the weight itself while maintaining good form has proven to be very effective.

Tips: The use of Nutritional Timing and what’s being done outside the gym can account for much more than how much actual weight is being lifted. Don’t confine yourself to only one program, mixing it up helps to enjoy the effort put forth. To avoid tolerance adaptation combine different types of training while automatically enhancing biological cell communication. Gain muscular strength, burn body fat and maintain the results for life. Discover the Science Behind The Muscle and lose weight without limiting calories. No gimmicks, no starvation, just follow the e-Guide and see results within just days.

Nutritional Timing: allows us to enjoy all the foods we normally would eat without concerns of unwanted weight gain. Knowing how to combine the right foods at the right time can be used advantageously for rapid or slow absorption, especially for those looking to add muscular mass or cut body fat.

Understanding the differences among proteins and knowing how to target either rapid or slow absorption can be extremely beneficial and provide enhanced results. It helps to understand the Science Behind The Muscle. Follow the 30/3 (Thirty Three) rule and try not to skip meals or wait too long between meals. Provide muscle glycogen replenishment within 30 minutes of post workout and try to eat fibrous rich foods every three hours. Eat breakfast within 30 minutes of waking up or within 30 minutes after “fasted” cardio. Then eat a substantial meal every three to four hours that contains lean protein, healthy fats, slow digesting carbohydrates, and 4-6 servings (a day) of vegetables. About 1.5 hours prior to bed, consume Casein protein to optimize fat burning and muscle building while sleeping.

How does all this work? When done correctly, muscle fibers recover quickly and cells begin signaling the need to either use or store potential energy. Nutritional timing is simple and allows us to enjoy all foods without concerns of unwanted weight gain. Knowing how to combine the right foods at the right time can be used advantageously for rapid or slow absorption, especially for those looking to add muscular mass or cut body fat.

Protein Sources: are essential amino acids, the building blocks that provide nourishment to the muscle fibers. Concerning endogenous production of amino acids, the human body can create some but the important essential amino acids are gained from smart dietary habits. Protein differences and knowing the proper supplementation for post workout intervals is very important. Many say protein timing is important and some say it’s not important… well then why all the controversy over the subject? Nutritional Timing works for some but not for everyone. @FatLossUnlocked we believe everything should be questioned and always recommend finding what works best for you! In any case, beware of supplementation with the wrong types of protein, know the differences between what contains Whey and Casein and how they breakdown and absorb while targeting WOO’s (Windows of Opportunities) and using digestive enzymes – for rapid or slow transport. After an intense workout, it is important to consume whey protein, triggering the signal for amino acids to be released into the muscles for growth and replenishment of the muscle fibers. When following the 30/3 Rule within the supplementation phase, never exceed 30 minutes without eating the right source of protein within the post workout WOO. In order to maximize the transport of amino acids and efficiently burn more calories, a little trick can be observed with the use of digestive enzymes.

Understanding the differences among proteins and knowing how to target either rapid or slow absorption can be extremely beneficial and provide enhanced results. It helps to understand the Science Behind The Muscle and make necessary changes before it becomes out of control.

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Research shows that fibrous dense nutrients can slow the metabolization of high starch sugars and reduce insulin spikes. Fat Loss Unlocked is a weight management company that understands the importance of delivering fast results.

Vitamin-C & Pectin: Once digested and absorbed into the blood, antioxidants contain food chemicals that assist in the removal of free radicals from the body. Antioxidants also promote cellular permeability making it easier for nutrient molecules (through osmotic response) to move into and out of cells. Certain fruits that contain Vitamin-C provide a chemical that lessens the density of cell membranes which prime the cells for the active transport of molecules. This can get a little tricky so let’s stick to the basics for now and discuss why antioxidants are so important. This is also covered a little more in depth within the PH Balance section of e-Guide v3. The simple answer about antioxidants: They promote cellular permeability.

Replenishing Muscle Fibers: Beyond achievable muscle gains and fat loss results, we want cerebral messages and ketone bodies sending all the right signals in order to Build Muscle & Burn Body Fat. Research shows that fibrous dense nutrients can slow the metabolization of high starch sugars and reduce insulin spikes within the body. This is why it’s so important to create the right mix of nutrients for optimal protein absorption, providing both muscle gain and fat loss.

Digestive Enzymes and Negative Calories: A protease is a type of enzyme that functions mainly to assist with the breakdown of proteins. The breakdown process is known as hydrolysis (which occurs throughout homeostasis) and converts proteins into smaller peptides and BCAA’s (Branched Chain Amino Acids). Digestive enzymes aid in the rapid breakdown of proteins and the bonding of molecules known as Hydrolysis. BEWARE! There is a right and wrong time to eat digestive enzymes, get this wrong and unwanted weight gain is sure to follow. The answers to this trivial balancing act are inside the e-Guide @FatLossUnlocked.

What’s the BIG deal about negative calorie foods? Most Neg-Cal foods are plant based and are rich in fiber, remember that fibrous dense foods slow down absorption and take longer to digest; causing the body to remain in a steady state of work while breaking down the complexity of these foods. Fat Loss Unlocked has tested this over the years and believe this to be true and show people how to use Negative Calorie Foods to their advantage every day. Since the inception of Fat Loss Unlocked “Science Behind The Muscle B. Price, BAP v1., ‘02, people have experience amazing results after incorporating the e-Guide into their daily lives.

H2O: Proper hydration aids in muscle production and recovery, water helps provide active transport of nutrient molecules within biological cell communication. Just as water helps shuttle in the good it also has a role in transporting waste out of the body. Muscle tissue is made up of approx 79% water, which explains why even a slight decrease or dehydration can reduce muscle strength and lead to muscle atrophy. Adequate hydration is instrumental in replenishing electrolytes and reducing DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) lactic acid build up - exercise-related inflammation. Studies have shown that water consumption can reduce fat cell accumulation. Water helps to equalize the body and maintain equilibrium across the cells, providing balance and optimal performance in both the gym and normal body function.

Metabolism: You can increase your metabolism by a number of different ways. However, it really comes down to two main things: Food & Physical Activity. Eating certain foods at the right time will efficiently target windows of opportunity and allow you to gain an advantage by knowing which foods to eat for either rapid or slow nutrient absorption. To get the best bang for your effort, you should know how to control the absorption of your protein and glycogen, how much and some differences. All of this is broken down inside the e-Guide… what, when, why and how it’s done!

Diet and Exercise… By eating the right nutrient dense foods and exercising, heart rate elevation will occur which in turn speeds up active transport within fluids. In this case, blood plasma is the fluid; this active transport of nutrients causes an increase in the speed of the metabolism. Simply put, if you have just finished a work out then you should know exactly how to replenish the cells for optimal recovery. However, if you are just sitting around idling at a lower heart rate then it would all be different. Getting this wrong can introduce serious disadvantages toward achievable goals.