When it comes to gaining some muscle, all the effort you do in the gym is only half of the struggle. The other half comes about in the kitchen. Diet is really important when endeavoring to enhance your body composition. Without having proper nutrients, it doesn’t matter how much time you devote to strength training, you’ll have a hard time getting the final results you’re trying to find.
Your muscles are composed of over 25% protein (a very considerable amount!) as well as up to 75% water and stored glycogen (carbohydrates). Although people understand that taking in enough protein to build muscle is essential to maintaining lean mass and encouraging muscle growth, eating the ideal amount of protein can still be the challenging part.
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