The hardest part when it comes to nutrition is striking a balance between taste and health benefits. All too often we tend to lean to one side or another.
For example, we eat nothing but celery and rice cakes for 3 days and then end up wolfing down a chocolate cake. You see what I mean?
All it takes is a little planning. If you do your research carefully enough and plan ahead you’ll not only find a wealth of information – you’ll find little nuggets here and there you can put to use and apply to your own situation.
If you have already identified yourself as an endomorph, you need to find meal plans and recipes that are high in protein, moderate in fat and contain low/moderate carbs.
It’s also a plus if you can find recipes containing fat burning ingredients like black pepper. Remember, it’s all about synergy.
The purpose of this post is to give you relevant, specific diet information for the endomorph. So many diets are generic and do not take into consideration that every one of us is unique with different body types.
What will work for one person might not work for another. This is even truer when it comes to dieting. For example, a diet that is higher in carbs will not work as well as it will for the ectomorph.
You need to limit your carbs and stick to the slower burning ones. Especially in the evening. Choosing the right carbs is essential to your success.
Paying close attention to your carbohydrate levels and manipulating them effectively will help you to successfully lose fat. The typical “cookie cutter” type of program will not take these needs into consideration.
Once you have your specific variables in place you will be on your way to getting the body you have always wanted. It might take a little bit of extra work but it can be accomplished!