hey, ive heard that if your trying to eat healthy and lose some fat, like not eat as much fats as you eat or carbs and workout and stay active, fat you lose also will result in muscle loss. so is dieting not a good idea if ur weightlifting? what can cause u to lose muscle when eating healthy and dieting. heres a sample routine i might be doing for nutrition
-wheaties cereal, natural orange juice, granola bar and a multivitamin
-Omelette (1 full egg, and 5 egg whites) with 2 slices of non fat cheese and maybe some yogurt
-2 sanwiches with tuna or balogney (wheat bread) and protein bar
-Chicken breast salad
and then i have no idea for meal 5 and 6…im not really good at this nutrition stuff but how does that plan look and can someone help me on my 5th and 6th meal? also i workout around 6 or 7 pm usually…please help with the questions here and questions above thank you
No, you need to expend the same amount of calories as you take in. I know its not always that cut and dry, but lets not forget that its all Math…nothing else. there is no special myth or secret, its all about positive and negative caloric balance, for gaining and losing weight, respectively and so to maintain wt. calories in must = calories out.