The 6 Most Important Things about Nutrition

Nutrition Kya Hai, Aise Samajhiye

You must have heard many experts and dieticians talking about nutrition, that the right food or good diet is better than other methods.One asks to remove his carbs from his diet, the other tells him to overdo the carbs. One says eat before evening, the other says don’t eat in the morning. These things cause a lot of confusion and for this reason, people do not know about the correct nutrition. So today I am giving you some information about nutrition, which every human being needs to know.

1. Calories are special

Calorie is a unit of energy and it is the thing in your bodyweight regulation, by which the amount of intake is seen in your body.

A. Eat less, spend more -> you will lose weight.

B . Eat more, spend less -> You gain weight.

G . Eat and spend equally -> you will keep the weight balance.

This complete information is about keeping energy balance. You can lose weight if you consume fewer calories, even if they are consumed with anything unhealthy (not that I recommend doing so). If you consume more calories by eating healthy, you can increase your weight.

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2. Haste is wrong

Now you can understand from the first point that if you have to gain muscle, then you have to consume more calories and if you want to lose weight, then you have to reduce your calorie intake.

If you eat more, you will gain weight faster. But if this is happening very fast, then you will be adding fat in your body in a large amount.

If you are consuming fewer calories to reduce fat and your fat is decreasing very quickly then you have to be careful, because very quickly weight loss means, you are losing your muscles. To gain muscle, you should eat 10 percent more calories than your maintenance calories and for weight loss, 15-20 percent less than your maintenance calories.

3. Protein is your best friend

You need high protein during fat loss. If you do not take the right amount of protein, the tissue of your lean muscle will be converted into energy and the muscle will be lost instead of weight. At the same time, in the muscle gain phase you also need protein, because protein itself helps in making your muscles.  There is often less protein in the diet, so you need to add protein separately. Experts recommend consuming at least 0.8 to 1 Gm of protein per pound of body weight.

4. Adopt Flexible Diet

Flexible diet means a diet that can give you calories and nutrition according to your needs. You will get these calories only by eating healthy food, which will give you plenty of nutrition.

5. Carbs are not bad

Carbohydrates provide energy to your body.  There are many researches which have shown that when calories and protein match, the results of fat burn are equal, while low carbohydrates and high carbs are included in your diet.  Carbs are the primary source of energy and if you are gyming, you need more carbs, so do not stop taking carbs altogether.

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6. The body cannot digest more than 30 Gm of protein in every mile

There is a belief in the fitness industry that you cannot digest more than 30 Gm of protein in any mile.  While there is no research that can prove this. If you eat more protein at every meal, your body will take longer to digest and digest it, nothing else. So now you must have understood how much nutrition is important in any goal. Nevertheless, I would advise that you should consult a doctor or a trainer before setting any kind of goal or before starting your diet.