The process of lowering the% fat does not happen overnight, and to achieve this requires a healthy diet with adequate training.
Women are physiologically more fat than men: the normal range is between 18 and 28%, while for a man is between 8 and 20%.
Should we eliminate carbohydrates to lose fat?
Carbohydrates are the only source of energy for the brain and if we exclude not only will have little power, but the body will use protein for energy and not to build muscle. Furthermore, the body is accustomed …show more content…
It has been shown to have positive effects when consumed between 2-3 grams of CLA per day, but more studies are needed.
Sources of Omega 3 : color fish (salmon, trout, sardines, tuna, mackerel), flax oil, soybeans and canola, flaxseed, nuts in general, eggs, fortified foods such as biscuits, cereals, milk.
CLA sources : meat, cheese, milk, yogurt, eggs, mushrooms.
3. Chromium picolinate: Chromium is derived (mineral) and picolinic acid. It is sold as a supplement and helps control appetite, reduces anxiety, increases metabolism and prevents loss of muscle mass. The recommended dose is about 400 mcg daily.
4. L-carnitine is a nutrient synthesized in the liver, kidneys and brain from two essential amino acids, lysine and methionine. It has been shown that helps burn fat and prevent muscle loss. The recommended dose is 500 mg / day.
In conclusion, muscle weighs more than fat, and the more muscle you have, the greater will be your metabolism will burn more calories and less fat will have. It is advisable to do aerobic exercise combined with resistance training, in order to build muscle mass. Much cardio exercise can increase muscle