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Health & Fitness Tips
Time to eat 
Always eat every 2 to 3 hours at least 5 times a day, Two or three meals are simply not enough and two of these meals are “snacks”.  When you sit down to eat, ask yourself, “what am I going to be doing for the next three hours of my life?” If you nap, eat fewer carbohydrate foods. If you plan to train, eat more carbohydrates. In other words, adjust your carbohydrates up or down depending upon anticipated energy output.
Consume High fiber foods
Not only does a fiber-rich diet help reduce cholesterol, it also lowers the glycemic response of your meals and promotes efficient digestion.
It is almost impossible to get all of the nutrients your body needs to remain healthy and active from food alone, particularly if you are on a diet. Therefore, it is important to add supplements to your diet with vitamins, minerals and other carefully selected substances to ensure maximum progress toward your fitness, health,muscle-building and fat-loss goals.
Increase your lean body weight through resistance training
The more lean weight you have, the more efficient your body moves and the higher your metabolism becomes. Your bones become denser and your muscles, tendons, and ligaments strengthen. The great side effect is that it is easier to avoid gaining excess body fat. Remember, bigger muscles burn more calories than little ones. You can reach these goals training up to 3 times per week with the appropriate nutrition intake.
Engage in aerobic exercise
At the very  least, engaging in aerobic exercise can increase your life span. Research indicates that for every hour you spend exercising aerobically, you extend your life two hours. Not only can you improve the quality of your life but, the quantity of your life as well.
Drink eight to ten glasses of water each day
This will ensure you’re replacing fluids lost during exercise. Don’t wait until you are thirsty. By then you are already dehydrated. Drink these glasses of water throughout the day, not all at once.
Determine your daily protein requirements
As you already know, small amounts of protein should be available to your muscle tissue throughout the day for optimum growth and recovery. Consume proteins that include the essential amino acids (those that your body does not manufacture). Protein powder provides a great means of obtaining additional quality protein.
Eliminate junk food
Avoid most pastries and processed foods that contain high amounts of fat, sodium and sugar which, are not beneficial to the body while training. Consuming these foods does little for  your energy, except promote a rise and then a subsequent drop in your blood sugar levels.

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