This week, you will get used to eating an high protein meals. That does not mean that you are supposed to add foods high in protein to what you would eat anyways. Choose meals high in protein in the first place and replace foods high in carbs and fat.
The following foods are good protein sources: Eggs, chicken and turkey, fish and seafood, tofu, low fat curd, cottage cheese and nuts. Don’t stick to only one of them. Mix them up to enable your body to get the most out of it.
You can find fast and easy recipes on the right that take all golden rules into account.
For some of you, sticking to this rule won’t be easy; especially if you are used to eating lots of high carb foods such as bread, pasta and rice.
Take it seriously! Make sure that every meal contains a high amount of protein. No matter if it is breakfast, lunch, dinner or any meal in between. No matter if it is before training or after. Keep your protein intake high. Your body will be thankful. The time you need to regenerate will decrease, you will build muscle faster and you will have a more active metabolism.
Why is that important? Your body needs proteins to regenerate and grow your muscles. If you follow a training program that seriously stresses your muscles – an increased protein intake is decisive to progress quickly.