How to Combine Protein and Fat for Accelerated Weight Loss

How to Combine Protein and Fat for Accelerated Weight Loss

MeyerLaurasLean2018, The Truth About Protein
Want to lose weight? Eat more protein. Science tells us that protein is a natural fat burner. According to the Journal of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, researchers showed that high-protein meals increase the metabolism of overweight people. That’s because of protein’s higher thermic effect of food (TEF) than carbohydrates. Thanks for watching!Visit WebsiteWhat Is TEF?Your body is burning calories all the time, including during digestion. The thermic effect of food, also known as thermogenesis, is the amount of energy required to process and digest the food you consume. Some foods take more energy to break down and digest than others. Heavily processed carbs are easy to digest. Protein — not so much. Healthy fats like nuts, seeds and oils such as avocado, olive and hemp also boast a higher…
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How Protein Fuels Your Workouts

How Protein Fuels Your Workouts

The Truth About Protein
Let’s break it down. You probably already know that protein is one of your key macronutrients, along with fat and carbs. You need an ideal ratio of all three to fuel your body and maintain a healthy metabolism. But what role does protein play in your diet?What Protein Doesn’t DoFirst things first. When it comes to fuel, your body runs more on carbohydrates and fats during your workouts than protein. Carbs are the key energy suppliers and can amplify the intensity of your workouts and help you go longer and harder. See also "Make Your Carbs Count."Thanks for watching!Visit WebsiteFat also supplies energy, helps your body absorb fat-soluble vitamins like A, D, E and K, and protects your organs from injury. Essential fatty acids aid in hormone production and regulation. So…
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