You likely aren’t surprised to hear that your workout program relies on the quality and amount of “fuel” your body is running on. Eating processed foods with little to no nutritional value will result in poor performance and will likely delay your progress in achieving your goals. On the other hand, eating nutrient-rich whole foods will help your body meet the demands required to achieve your goals. If your goal is to improve strength, for instance, then it may be important to re-evaluate your protein, carbs, caloric intake, etc.For more information on eating to improve strength, click here.
For more personalized nutritional advice, we urge our clients to contact Eating for Energy.