There are a lot of minor details that might go amiss when one chooses the right diet. There are tons of specifics and minute adjustments, which can lead you off-balance from a good nutrition plan. But that's not the biggest mistake people make when dieting. The biggest mistake is getting bogged down in those little … Continue reading What’s the biggest mistake I see most often in dieting?
So, here's a very important question relevant to a blog post I made some time ago. What you really have in the fridge is what's going to compose your diet, for the most part. You don't have anything good in the fridge? Well, how do you expect to be suddenly eating a balanced diet? I … Continue reading What food do I buy?
What's for dinner? Maybe you ask yourselves this question on a daily basis. But do you usually think of it only after you realize you are already hungry or downright starving? Well, if you recognize yourselves in the above you are most likely doing a big mistake, which compromises a lot of your efforts towards … Continue reading What do you have in your fridge?
Saturated, unsaturated, polyunsaturated, Omega-3, Omega-6... Are you lost already? There are tons of information on the various fats and their sources but I'll try to talk about this macro nutrient from a different point of view. Before we get down to the greasy details, let's just get to know the basics. Lately all the fuss … Continue reading Fats – the moderate view
Proteins and muscles have become synonymous and almost interchangeable terms. Not only is this untrue, but it also creates a bad reputation for protein. People who are not into lifting heavy stuff and don't want to look like a meaty wardrobe sometimes avoid consuming protein on the false presumption that it would make them fat. … Continue reading On proteins in a couple of minutes