I'd like to lay out some fundamentals for anyone who may have a misconception of what eating to reach your physique goals might look like.
1. CALORIES ARE CALORIES. The calories from the carbohydrate content from sweet potato are the same as the carbohydrate content from a Idaho potato, will there be a difference in insulin and how those potatoes are digested? Slightly.(that's another post) the same principle we apply here can he applied to lean beef vs. Salmon and so on and so forth.
2. EVERYTHING EVERYTHING EVERYTHING MUST BE COUNTED.
Chewing gum, sports drinks, cooking sprays, oils, juices, fruits and yes vegetables.
3. CALORIES IN VS. CALORIES OUT.
Once again calories are calories. Meaning no matter what types of foods you're consuming you still need to burn or consume x amount of calories from any food source to see results.
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