When it comes to the proper nutrition there are too vague informations about what should be consumed and what should be avoided.
This is often known to be de-motivating, so many people who are actively engaged in sports simply can not decide what they should consume in a day.
The approach of avoiding certain foods and consuming one and the same products every day is a wrong way of eating ( because eating more varied diet will provide easy and simple input to most of the required nutrients ).Therefore in this article we will give you items that you can and should consume daily, depending on your wishes individually.
Every active practitioner knows that protein is one of the most important and key macronutrients for proper muscle growth. Although our body is able to produce part of the amino acids that constitute the building blocks of protein, however the majority of these amino acids must and should be submitted through the consumption of animal protein ( or vegetable origin for those practitioners who do not consume meat ).
Protein meat certainly accelerates your metabolism and allows excess fat to melt. The best sources of protein are chicken and turkey meat, pure pieces of fat-free pork and beef.
2.Tomato sauce (ketchup)
3.Forest fruits (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries)
Often many of the active practitioners are too preoccupied with consuming large amounts of protein, complex carbohydrates and vegetables that they simply forget to bring in a piece of fruit.
But the consumption of fruits especially strawberries, raspberries and berries is quite important to maintain a properly balanced diet because these fruits are an excellent source of antioxidants and vitamins that reduce stress and increase mental capacity of the brain.
Vegetables should be consumed daily because it contains few calories and is rich in fiber and essential nutrients. Great choice of vegetables for all active practitioners is cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, spinach and kale.
Bananas are a great choice because they can be consumed before and after training in combination with a protein drink or as part of a healthy snack bowl of oat flakes. They are an excellent source of potassium which is essential for maintaining normal blood pressure. Bananas are also helpful in reducing the weakening of the bones in the body.
9.Cereal with more fiber
Eating a greater amount of fiber plays an important role in maintaining a healthy body and the reduction of excess fat. Fiber allows proper operation of the digestive system and gives a feeling of satiety. Therefore the consumption of cereals without additional sugars containing a greater amount of fiber will provide a stable level of blood sugar and more energy in the long term.
10.Moderate amounts of pistachios, almonds or walnuts
It is well known that milk contains enough nutrients such as calcium and vitamin D which is necessary for maintaining healthy bones, but what is little known is that milk helps the body to use them as energy for daily physical activities.