Many women today are looking to add muscle and make their bodies more defined. However, it seems that much of the advice you can find online is tailored to men.
There is much misinformation when it comes to weight loss. In the 70s, 80s, and 90s, experts demonized fat. However, we're now entering a new pro-fat era. With education, we can make better decisions about which fats we should and should not consume on our weight loss journey.
Carbohydrates, such as white bread, white rice, sweets, and soft beverages, have been blamed for everything from our rising waistlines to heart disease and the epidemic of Type II Diabetes. But the fact is that not all carbohydrates are created equal, at least not from a nutrient point of view.
When we mention to clients that their protein intake may need to be increased for better fat loss results, many women get surprised. Even those who have a more in-depth understanding of macronutrients often think they eat enough protein until they start tracking it. This article aims to clarify what protein is, why it's essential, and how it can affect your weight loss goals.
Many fitness plans marketed for women emphasize the importance of cardio training for weight loss. However, research shows that including resistance training in your workout routine can provide more incredible benefits for your body composition, health, and wellbeing in the long term.