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Fueling the Machine: What to Eat for Health | #TrainwithTMax
How do I eat for my fitness goals? Nutrition, diet, and food advice for everyone
Created by Timothy Maxwell, offered on Udemy
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It seems like everyday you hear something new about nutrition, often times something completely opposite of what you heard a few months or years ago. "Fat is essential and we eat it." became "Fat is bad for you. Don't eat it, it will make you fat." is now becoming "Oh, about fat... yeah, I guess it's not so bad after all. Sorry for the last 60 years of misguidance on that one (wink)."
Whether it's a new low-carb food craze, a quick-fix diet trick, or an even-more-vegan diet, the food and nutrition industries are constantly presenting new ideas to the public and we have no idea what to believe.
So, in this world of too many choices, how does one choose the "best" diet? Well, the answer depends on a few factors like your biochemistry, your fitness level, and your health goals.
This course won't get all sciencey, but will explain a few hot diet trends and how they work. It will also share some personal anecdotes on the effectiveness of certain diets. And lastly, it will give some tips that are universally beneficial, regardless of which diet is best for you. You'll have a clearer understanding of 'eating for fitness' and 'eating to live', versus today's rhetoric of 'living to eat' and 'eating to death'.
So, let's fuel our bodies so that we can Train with TMax!
What you will learn
- A brief overview of some popular diets and their effectiveness.
- Basic guidelines to make dramatic improvements in diet and nutrition.
- How to plan and prepare meals on a busy schedule.
- Have an open mouth and a willing stomach... I mean, an open mind and a willing heart ;-)