Eating to get ripped six pack abs can be frustrating sometimes... especially if you've spent a lot of your life indulging in sweets, like I did. These recommendations will help you when that sweet tooth hits so that you can stay on course with your meal plan and not get things too out of whack!
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I know I don't have to tell you, but there are a million different types of protein powders on the market these days. It's impossible to know who makes the best ones, or even which kinds to buy. There's soy, casein, whey, concentrate, isolate, pea, brown rice protein.... The list just goes on and on. I'm here to tell you what the research I've done has showed me about the best types of protein powders and give you some good recommendations.
There is a lot of stigma around fatty foods... And just around the word "fat" in general. However, fat is 100% vital to the human body, and especially to human hormone production... Including testosterone. If you don't eat enough fat, your body's test levels could suffer! Additionally, fats do more than just help hormone production. Check out this article for more information about why you absolutely must have fats in your diet if you want six pack abs.
Let's get down to the truth about carbohydrates... and how to eat them to get six pack abs. (Hint: You don't have to cut them out of your diet.)
This article is going to cover the basics of protein - Mostly dietary protein, and why you need it if you're trying to build a muscular physique with ripped six pack abs. If you don't get enough protein, you won't build muscle or recover well, and you could have some pretty major consequences in other bodily functions... But if you eat WAY too much it can eventually be stored in the belly, chest, arms, legs...you get the idea. So what's the proper amount?