Hi Abel! I got your book this past July and loved every minute it up it!!! Helped my boyfriend and i lose 25 pounds! I consistently read your blogs and we watched you on “my diet is better than yours!” I love all the amazing information you share it helps to put things into perspective and help me to stay on track. But I have a question for you. Most days I work out at 530 am due to my 8-5 mon through friday work week….. sometimes I’ll work out and I usually can wait till 11am or 12pm (whichever is 16 hrs from my meal the night before) to eat my first meal…. should I fast after I workout still or I’ve read where I should be having some protien after my workout? What do you recommend?
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@Mark, Whey protein is fantastic as a meal replacement. When you’re on the cutting phase (dieting) to retain muscle mass, a protein supplement will help with this. Remember though, there is no substitute for food. Consider lean turkey or chicken breast (with the skin off) but half your normal portion with lots of green veggies (which also contains carbs and protein to help keep you fuller for longer!)
Green tea is an excellent choice when you’re looking for a little boost. Not only is it calorie-free -- some research suggests green tea extract may stimulate weight loss. It's not clear exactly how that works, but caffeine and micronutrients called catechins may each play a role. The benefit appears to last only a few hours, so it may help to drink green tea at least twice a day.
"The term 'detox' has become a buzzword that is often misused by the media and consumers," says Jackie Armstrong, MPH, RDN, EP-C. Jackie is a Performance & Wellness Nutritionist at Stanford University and the founder of Well-Fueled.com. She says that detox diets are often misunderstood. "Our organs and tissues are constantly in a state of detoxification — getting rid of unwanted substances produced by the body or from our environment." She goes on to explain that research is lacking to support the effectiveness of most detox diets.