Trying to get ripped for the summer?
Here are three tips that I’ve used successfully to help me get ripped and shredded.
Try out these tips and let me know how it goes!
1. Eat Red Meat For Breakfast
Avoid eating too many carbs for breakfast–foods like toast, cereal, muffins, pancakes, waffles, bagels and other popular carb-heavy breakfast foods will spike your insulin and cause your blood sugar to crash, resulting in a hypoglycemic episode making you extremely hungry mid-morning, causing you to eat more.
In my experience, the best food to eat for breakfast is red meat. I usually go for ground beef. The fat and protein content in red meat will delay digestion time, keeping you fuller longer, preventing you from overeating throughout the rest of the day. The fat will also provide you with a steady supply of energy throughout the day without the crash you get from carbs.
2. Eat Red Meat For Lunch
Avoid eating too many carbs for lunch. Carbs are the reason why you get sleepy after your lunch break. Carb consumption causes a spike in insulin, resulting in drowsiness and sleepiness, which is not an ideal state to be in for the second half of your workday.
Instead of carbs, opt for protein and fat instead. Red meat is perfect for this; the high protein and fat content will maintain satiety levels until your next meal. I recommend mixing your red meat with a salad mix. The vegetables will serve as a low-calorie filler, further accentuating satiety. It’s also good for you and stuff.
If you must have carbs for lunch, make sure you eat them after your protein. Eating protein before your carbs reduces blood sugar levels.
3. Eat Red Meat For Dinner
The fat content in red meat will slow down digestion time, giving your body a steady supply of amino acids throughout your sleep, keeping you from getting hungry in the middle of the night.