The third of our bodybuilding nutrition principles encourages you to consume enough calories. To feel energized enough to complete your workout, you will be required to eat the right amount of calories. A lack of calories will assuredly make you feel like a limp piece of lettuce by the end of your workout routine.
It is a proven fact that less than 1600 calories a day will not contain all the vitamins and minerals that you will require in order to maintain a healthy body, prevent disease and perform well in your chosen sport, or for that matter your daily living. A very low calorie diet, continued for a period of two weeks, can have a very serious effect on your health. They will not provide you with the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) of enough of the nutrients needed for good health.
The Recommended Daily Allowances (RDA) were the national standard for the correct amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and vitamins and minerals that we need in our diets in order to maintain health and growth and to avoid certain deficiency diseases. In recent