Time Restricted Eating (Intermittent Fasting) vs. Calorie Control: Which Diet Approach Is Better For Weight Loss?
There are so many fat loss diets out there. Countless “dieting tips” that will help you “shred your body to 6 pack abs”.
Different approaches to weight loss that all have some who swear by it and promote it like it’s the be all, end all.
So it is no surprise that many people wonder if time restricted eating is better than classic calorie control dietary approaches. Which is better? Do both lead to fat loss? Which one leads to more weight loss?
As a Dietitian and Nutritionist, I have worked with countless clients seeking the sweet nectar of fat loss success and I know a thing or two about the science and the actions needed to achieve weight loss success.
In this short n sweet blog, I quite simply answer the question: Which is better for fat loss…time restricted eating (aka Intermittent Fasting) or calorie counting?
How To Gain Muscle (Without Gaining Too Much Bodyfat In The Process) | Fundamental Tip From A Sports Dietitian and Nutritionist
“How to gain muscle without gaining too much bodyfat?”
The question of the day it seems. Almost as popular as “how to lose fat and gain muscle?”, but that is another topic for another day.
If you are trying to build muscle then you may know that with a calorie surplus and the building of mass, there will be both muscle and fat being accumulated.
So how do you avoid the fat gain or at least reduce the amount?
In this blog post, I share some honest perspectives and the number #1 insightful tip on approaching your bulk more strategically so that you don’t maximise both the muscle and the bodyfat gains.
Time to learn how to build muscle the right way, with the right stuff.
Hi there! My name's Aleksa Gagic - i'm a Brisbane Sports Dietitian & Brisbane Sports Nutritionist. I have 7+ years experience in providing professional nutrition consulting and want to help you learn about the power of flexible nutrition.