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Lean Body Coaching
Newsletter | Issue #100 | March 30th
That's what we are going to focus on in this
week's Lean Body Coaching newsletter. If you have
stubborn body fat you can't get rid of, this is
for you! Fitness scientist Dr. Chris Mohr and I
will be revealing not one, but SEVEN advanced fat
loss tactics that you can start using immediately
to get lean and turn heads!
the right things to do when it comes your
nutrition and training will help you start winning
the war on fat and will keep your progress from
sliding back... LET'S GET TO IT!
Today's "Ask Lee" : Carb
Cycling and Protein Sources
weeks, "Ask Lee", comes from Adnan H. Adnan asks
hope you are fine. I want to ask two questions
I usually have an animal source of protein,
chicken breast in my lunch and dinner. But for the
last few days, I've been unable to manage cooking
because I've been short of time.
I switch to dairy protein sources for few months
until I get back to my normal
intend to add egg whites omelete and fat free
yogurt in my meals. Do you think it would be a
Please tell me the benefits of carb
for your time.
non-fat Greek yogurt and non-fat cottage cheese
are both good sources of protein.
whites are the highest quality protein of the
three and are an excellent choice. Tuna is a great
source as well, and you do not have to cook it so
I recommend adding that.
cycling, this is usually done when someone is
dieting and trying to lose body fat and retain
good zigzag method would be 2 days of carbs, then
2 days low carbs. Low carbs means choosing carb
sources from veggies.
would not add a complex carb such a potato, rice,
bread, pasta, yam, oatmeal etc.
carbs provide your body with long term energy,
whereas the simple carbs and the fibrous carbs
from veggies are for short term
I don't recommend going more
than two days on a very low carb
by the 3rd day of carb depletion, people tend to
get get forgetful and tired.
When you're tired, you can't train as
hard, this is counter
I hope this helps you decide how to put
together your food plan.