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Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting – What is it and How to do it Right.

Intermittent fasting is not a diet, but rather a dieting pattern, where you cycle between periods of eating and fasting. By fasting and then feasting deliberately, intermittent fasting generally means that you consume your calories during a specific window of the day, and choose not to eat food for a larger window of time. Many people do intermittent fasting in order to lose weight, as it is a very simple and effective way to restrict calories and burn fat. Others do it for the metabolic health benefits, as it can improve various different risk factors and health markers. Different Types Of Fasting 16/8...

Emotional eating Super Vegan Fitness

10 Best Tips To Control Emotional Eating

Why We Do It and How To Stop It Many of us have experienced emotional eating at some point in our lives, it’s more common than we think. Emotional eating is using food to make yourself feel better—to fill emotional needs, rather than your stomach. Turning to food for comfort, stress relief, or to reward ourselves can wreak havoc on our waistlines not to mention the emotional guilt we feel afterwards. This is because when we do, we tend to reach for junk food, sweets, and other comforting but unhealthy foods. I’ve never heard of anyone binging on carrot sticks or...

Superveganfitness

How To Build Muscles On A Vegan Diet – Best Tips

This is easier than you think. After all some of our biggest primates are vegetarian! Building muscle and strength is actually pretty simple from a physiological point of view: work out consistently and eat lots of food. If you train hard but don’t eat enough — or eat lots of food but don’t train enough — you probably won’t gain much muscle or get much stronger. This applies to everyone, whether you eat meat or not. One of the great things about plant-based food is that, by volume, it typically contains fewer calories than animal-based foods, allowing us to eat more...

Super Vegan Fitness- Metabolism

Top 10 Vegan Metabolism Boosting Food and lifestyle Tips

We all know that one person who can eat whatever they want whenever they want and never gain a kilo! It makes us crazy! It all has to do with metabolism. Metabolism  is the process your body uses to make and burn energy from food. You rely on your metabolism to breathe, think, digest, circulate blood, keep warm in the cold, and stay cool in the heat. Having a higher metabolism can help you lose weight and keep it off, while also giving you more energy. Metabolism slows steadily after age 40. Although you can't control your age, gender, or genetics, there are...

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10 Best Tips To keep The Weight Off For Good

You’ve done all the hard work, grueling workouts and watched everything you ate but  If you’re not careful you may put the weight back twofold This doesn’t need to happen though. By sticking to the healthy habits you formed while losing the weight, you won’t have a problem keeping the weight off for good: Remember to: Stay physically active. Exercising for at least 30 minutes per day may promote weight maintenance by helping balance your calories in and calories burned. Stay Consistent . Instead of on-and-off dieting that ends with going back to old habits, it is best to stick with your new...

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How To Lose weight – 14 Best Tips

Want to know what the secret formula for losing weight is? Ready for it…? CALORIES IN, CALORIES OUT If you were hoping for a magic pill or a magic diet then you’re going to be disappointed. Weight loss boils down to that simple equation.  Eat less than you burn and you’ll lose weight. There is no “one size fits all” solution to permanent healthy weight loss. What works for one person may not work for you, since our bodies respond differently to different foods, depending on genetics and other health factors. Before you rush out and get 3 donuts to have for...

Sam Vas - Resistance Training

WHERE DO VEGANS GET THEIR PROTEIN FROM?

That’s the million dollar question and most common question I get asked more frequently. There are plenty of vegan sources where you can get protein. Vegans have to know their food / nutrition. A healthy vegan diet should contain whole grains, healthy fats, beans, and lots of vegetables, especially leafy greens. There’s so much variety and flavour in the vegan diet. As a vegan athlete I always add a variety of food in every meal. For breakfast I don’t just eat oats, I also add some healthy fats and protein. If you love adding sugar, add berries or dried fruit. For lunch, broccoli (vitamin...