Friday, 2 November 2012

 It is a dream of every person to have a strong and amazing body and it is for this many of us are hitting a gym. It is obvious that a man with a well structured body and bulky muscles will definitely be a star among others. When we speak of body building, it should be in a natural way that is the muscles should be fully developed in accordance with nature.For that you have to follow also a natural diet and a proper and systematic exercise.

It is highly advisable to consume the major portion of your natural diet during breakfast and also after your workout. At these times you would have exhausted all your energy and your body would crave for more energy and therefore these will be the most perfect times which your body can well utilize the nutrients.and Also you need to eat something nutritious prior to your workout, then only you will have enough energy to do your exercise.

You should follow a balanced diet in order to meet all the nutrients required to the body.

Protien plays a important role in body building as it is the main igredent  in gaining muscles. Anyone who follows a strict bodybuilding should have to take 1.5 grams of protein per pound of his/her total bodyweight. It takes protien from Chicken,turkey,meat, fish and egg whites are some of major sources of protein-rich food

While following a body building you need not concentrate much on fat.Fat is not so important in gaing muscles but 2-3 tablespoons of fats is essential for the production of cell membranes and hormones.

Gym-Hitters need more carbohydrate to meet the energy requirement. More energy means more strength to do the workout and thus helps to keep your body in appropriate size and shape. Approximately 1.5 grams of carbohydrates is required for the every pound of your weight. You should also have an eye over the kinds of carbohydrate you are consuming. A low glycemic carbohydrate is highly recommended for the one who follows a natural body building diet as it is slowly digested by the body. Brown rice, sweet potatoes and oatmeal are some of the food items that are rich in low glycemic carbohydrate.

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