Are you trying to turn fat into muscle? If yes, then stop trying. Fat can’t be converted to muscle. They are 2 different tissues and it’s physiologically impossible to turn one into the other. Fat is comprised of triglycerides and muscle tissue is made up of chains of amino acids. It’s obvious that the tissues have different structures and functions. This program can help you to lose weight fast and build muscles. The misconception may come from the fact that when people start working out and modify their eating habits, they experience changes in their body composition.
Their body fat decreases and their muscle mass increases. This may create the impression that fat was converted into muscle, but this impression is misleading. The truth is the changes are happening simultaneously.
The same principle also applies to the opposite phenomenon. We often see very fit people or bodybuilders, who let themselves go and become fat and flabby. This may give us the impression that their muscles have turned into fat, because they stopped working out. What really happened though is that their muscles have shrunk due to inactivity and their body fat has increased because they started consuming too many calories.
So, what you really need to do is to lose fat and build muscle.
Muscles are made up of thousands of muscle fibers. These muscle fibers can not increase in number, but they can increase in size and density. Unlike fat, muscles can be isolated and specifically targeted, which means that you can choose in which area to build muscle, but you can’t spot reduce fat. The size of your muscles is affected by the direct stresses that you place on them. Contrary to popular belief, nutrition is not a very important factor.
Assuming that you are already eating a well-balanced diet, there is not much more you can do diet-wise to increase your muscle mass . You simply have to train harder. Maintained stable as you can, at mealtimes! Will set faster your metabolic clock. It is important to keep a consistency in your meals food list even when not dieting . Why so your body does not request foods that can act negatively against you in dangerous times, such as at night! Apart from protein, chicken also contains selenium, a trace element that protects muscles from injuries during exercise, and niacin, a B vitamin that helps regulate fat burned when running. New studies suggest that people who take plenty of niacin, facing a 70% lower risk of suffering from Alzheimer's.
Losing body fat is about creating a calorie deficit, which means that the calories you consume should be fewer that the calories you expend. If you eat any type of food in excess (even “healthy” foods) you will gain fat. If you eat a low-calorie diet you will lose fat, even if you consume junk food. Don’t take this as an advice to eat junk food. Junk food is bad for you for many reasons. This is simply a way to emphasize the importance of the calorie deficit for weight loss and fitness. So, to lose fat you will have to consume fewer calories than the ones you burn. To do that, you can either follow a low calorie diet or increase your physical activity or both.
Calories are the alpha and omega of any diet. The time you spend in the gym, if we take more calories than you burn we put on weight. According to a recent article in the New York Times, the food industry may be counting 'wrong' calories on every item, giving even more calories in a food than they had, so we eventually counted wrong calories taken with each meal.