4 Dieting Mistakes Men Make

Diet Mistakes

Know all about the mistakes you could do while following a diet plan. You might think that you are not doing anything wrong and keep on wondering why you are not losing any weight; the reason is you are not doing it right accordingly you are not shedding any fat off.

Fake Healthy products

Don’t believe everything you see, not every label says the truth and not every expensive price tag means that the product is effective. Truth is being healthy has become a trend and many products are making use of this knowing that people will certainly fall victim to trends.

Pay a visit to the nearest supermarket and see for yourself, no product label is free from natural, organic, gluten-free, fat-free, heart-healthy and high fiber.

Guess what? All these foods can still make you fat even if it claims the opposite.

What to do?

Eat real food and avoid all the processed junk. Some veggies or handful of nuts a day will supply your body with all the needed nutrients also it helps you have a lean body while being sure you’re not letting any crap get in the way of your weight loss.

Dropping Fat and Muscle

Losing weight is good, losing muscles is horrible! As a man you never want to look weak, skinny or frail. Muscle is what makes your body solid, chiseled and has the athletic look.

What to do?

When you’re on a mission to lose weight, make sure of these two things; you are properly working out and your body gets the needed protein daily intake which is one gram of protein per pound of body weight.

Not Eating Enough

It is a common practice to severely restrict the total calorie intake in order to lose weight, as you think that eating less will make you lose weight.

But are you after losing weight only?

What to do?

Reduce your intake by about 200 calories per day. This will allow enough of a calorie deficit to induce fat loss, while providing enough energy for physical activity and preservation of lean muscle mass.

If you want to look like bird, eat like one. One gram of protein per pound of bodyweight and about 20-25% of calories from fat is a good place to start. The rest of your intake should be from carbs.

Not Drinking Enough Water

Did you know that 85% of our brain, 80% of our blood and 70% of our lean muscle is made of water? Yet you refuse to let your body get the required supply of water to keep it hydrated.

No life without water and same goes for your muscles.

What to do?

Drink half of your body weight in ounces of water a day.

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