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Everywhere you turn, people give out diet tips and advice for how to lose fat or build muscle fast. The problem is, most of that advice is terrible and will not help you to get to your goal any faster. As a matter of fact, many popular diet tips will do exactly the opposite of what they are supposed to be helping you to do. In this video, I cover four of the most popular diet and meal plan tips that need to be buried right here and now.

Right off the bat, some will have you believe that eating fat makes you fat. That can’t be further from the truth. Eating fat, COULD make you fat if you eat in excess of your daily caloric maintenance levels just as eating too many carbs and protein can as well. The simple act of eating a fat molecule will not cause it to be stored as body fat in your body. In fact, nutritional fats are a necessary part of a healthy diet plan, with fat making up a portion of the surrounding layer of nearly every cell in your body.

Next diet myth that needs to die is the concept that eating after 6PM at night is somehow going to make you fat. Again, it comes down to where you are at in your daily caloric intake in relation to your maintenance levels. If you are 800 calories below your daily caloric maintenance intake, eating these calories at 7 or 8 or even 10PM is not going to adversely affect you in your pursuit of getting a ripped six pack. The fact of the matter is, you are still at or below your level to maintain your current level of body fat and simply shifting the time at which you consume these calories does not change their thermal effect.

That said, eating your meals too infrequently throughout the day can wreak havoc on your blood sugar levels. Having wildly unstable levels of blood sugar can lead to severe alterations in mood, focus and most importantly cravings. When you allow your cravings to build too significantly, you often find yourself in a position where you will grab foods that don’t align themselves with your healthy eating approach needed to get ripped and stay ripped as you build muscle.

The next popular eating and diet tip that is dispensed all too often these days is the concept that you cannot build muscle if you are following a vegan or vegetarian meal plan. Why? There are plenty of protein options available to those following a meat and dairy free meal plan including quinoa, chick peas, and even pea protein powders that enable vegans to get adequate protein without having to follow a meat based eating plan. The total amount of protein needed to build new muscle is still a hotly debated topic however it has been shown to vary from individual to individual and could be far less than what you may have been told previously.

Finally, there is a mistaken belief by some that taking supplements and fat burners will get you ripped. That is simply not the case if you refuse to also take your daily diet plan seriously. If you think that you can eat like garbage the whole day and simply pop a supplement and get lean, ripped abs you are wrong. That said, someone that is committed to eating healthy and then supplements their diet plan with workout and nutrition supplements is often able to get much faster results than those that don’t.

A lot of the success of workout supplements has to do with their ability to help you remain consistent with your nutrition plan and stay accountable to it. Starting your day with a supplement that you are financially invested in will help you to be emotionally invested in the goals you set forth for getting ripped and muscular that you set when you initially purchased the supplement. The consistency that supplements provide in helping you to get in high quality nutrition in a portable and easy to prepare way is likewise priceless.

As you can see, there are many workout and nutrition or diet myths that are popular and preventing you from getting abs and building muscle. If you want to follow a step by step diet plan for building muscle and getting ripped at the same time, head to and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. Get a six pack and build athletic muscle and keep it year round by eating like an athlete.

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22 Replies to “4 Popular Diet Tips – YOU SHOULD NEVER FOLLOW!!”

  1. Vegans CAN definetly build muscle but at a much slower and inefficient rate because protein from animal sources contain amino acids much like our own, thus reconnect easier within the muscle tissue (protein synthesis).

    I guess what I'm saying is, do we resemble more of a cow or chicken or a fucking plant?

    Of course supplementation of amino acids can be choosen by vegans, but can we still consider them true vegans if they do?

  2. I have low back trouble and can't do treadmills or cross trainer. Can't bend much either. can you do a video on how to train to get trim and loose some of my belly plz . Would be really helpful.

  3. Pretty sure eating a ton of protein won't make you fat. Isn't it true that it's biochemically impossible for the body to store protein as fat? Now if you have a ton of extra calories, you'll gain fat, but it won't be the protein that's being stored that way…

  4. What are you're thoughts on eating 2 very small meals throughout the day, one maybe only being a whey protein shake, and then having a large 800 calorie or so dinner at the end of the day?


  6. #1 a calorie is a calorie- false, fats contain more energy, but are hard to digest, so are proteins. Also protein and fats serve other functions the body needs them for, such as the production of hormones and amino acids that have various different functions. Carbohydrates (excluding fiber), have no other function than producing energy.

    #2 it doesn't matter if you eat late in the evening- false. While it doesn't matter if you eat exactly every two hours or whether you eat after 6pm, however, when you eat in proximity to the time you go to sleep does matter. Insulin and HGH have an inverse relationship, when one is high the other is inevitably lower and vice versa. HGH is mostly produced during sleep, so when you eat close to bed time your greatly deminishing the amount of HGH your body produces at the most critical time your body produces HGH.

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