One of the first steps in not bringing the temptation into the house. Unfortunately, the bad stuff is usually the easiest stuff to grab in a hurry and also things that you can eat a lot of before the brain triggers you to stop.
But, what do we do when we need a little something and we do not want to go face first into some ice cream, chips or cookies?
Check out this recipe.
I have a quick and easy recipe that can be used as a protein-packed treat when the thought of cooking and prepping makes you sweat even more.
All you have to do is add all the ingredients in a blender. Blend and pour into popsicle molds or just poor into a cup and scoop it out with a spoon.
This is probably the number one reason people use as to why they cannot do something, especially exercise and nutrition. And don't even get me started on how much time is spent on Facebook, Instagram and the internet searching for inspirational memes.
Most people know, on some level, that nutrition is vital to reaching any goal you have. Most people would also agree, or at least acknowledge, that protein is a key cog in that wheel.
You want to be taking in enough to feed the lean mass (muscle or fat-free mass) you have and have enough to build more muscle. It is almost always a good idea to add muscle when you can.
Is there a right number of times to eat each day to achieve your goals?
How often you eat is dependent on a number of factors.
Protein intake may be the key determining factor.