What exactly do you eat on a keto diet? After watching this video, you’ll know. We talked about the benefits of a keto diet and how it works. In this video you will learn exactly what foods to eat and not to eat, plus when to eat and how much to eat. And you will see that it’s all surprisingly simple.
All right welcome to module one of the crash course to Keto. Now in this module we would be breaking down ketosis! It’s very important that if you were going to go Keto, If that is your ultimate goal it’s very important you know where you’re going and what you are trying to achieve.
OK now that you know what to eat before your workout.
Let’s see what’s best after your workout.
Your post workout meal is meant to supply your body with everything it will need to repair and recover the muscle tissue that was broken down during your workout.
Specifically the goal of the post workout meal is to accomplish the following:
Replenish muscle glycogen that was depleted during a workout.
Reduce muscle protein breakdown caused by exercise.
Increase muscle protein synthesis.
Reduce muscle soreness and fatigue.
Enhance overall recovery.
And reduce cortisol levels.
How can you achieve this?
By giving your body the same exact macro nutrients that you did in the pre workout meal!
Carbs and protein.
In this video you will get to understand the foundation of how a keto diet works. Understanding this will make it much simpler to make it work for you. A keto diet basically turns you into a fat-burning machine, making it very easy to lose excess weight, stay satiated for long periods, control your blood sugar and reverse many common health issues. Watch the full video….
The ketogenic diet is a very low-carb, high-fat diet. To achieve positive results, this diet has to be very low in carbohydrates, high in dietary fat and include a moderate amount of proteins.
Once you know you’re getting all of your total macros right for the day.
Both your pre and post workout meal are the most important meals of the day.
And not your breakfast like many people believe.
Let’s first talk about pre workout nutrition.
Its main function is to fuel the workout itself and maximize your performance throughout.
Sounds simple right.
That’s because it is.
Unfortunately the fitness world has really overall complicated this and many gurus will sell you super specific recommendations or products that really don’t make a difference.
Let’s now cut through all of this nonsense and figure out exactly what you should be eating before your workout.
Like I said before this meal is meant to fuel your workout.