maybenot wrote:Peanut butter (if is made of pure peanuts - no oils/sugars/other stuff added) is a great source of fat. Besides peanut butter some fats containing omega 3 6 and 9 should be consumed, like olive oil and linseed oil(or flaxseed)
Try to use cronometer.com to count calories, it should ease up the process a little. Aim for 1g of fat per kilo of bodyweight.
Vitamin C decreases cortisol excess caused by the training and dieting, so it helps to prevent catabolism.
Sugar is banned from my cutt diet =) It is easily stored as fat.
Weather in brazil... summer is coming, temperatures ranging from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius ( 59 to 77 farenheit).
Nice sunshine during the day, the sun rises here close to 7am and sets close to 7pm
I really can`t complain. Best time of the year, winter is too cold/rainy and summer is too hot.
About the impressive physique remember, it`s been only 10 months of training so far ( started in january ). The impressive part is coming only by the end of next year I guess =)
At least I had an impressive change on my body =)
ok thanks for the tips mate ill go and get some healthy peanut butter today! maybe and avacado or 2 like grangi said aswell! i didnt know that about vitamin c, thats on the shopping list too lol
weather sounds good down there mate, its not nice up here pouring with rain and windy.....pretty cold too!
just keep training and eating healthy and the impressiveness will follow