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Muscle Maker

This section of the menu is designed for anyone looking to increase lean muscle mass. These meals contain of lean proteins, legumes, anti-inflammatory vegetables, good fats and high glycemic index carbohydrates. These meals coupled with regular activity will help build lean muscle mass to your physique.

Muscle Maker

This section of the menu is designed for anyone looking to increase lean muscle mass. These meals contain of lean proteins, legumes, anti-inflammatory vegetables, good fats and high glycemic index carbohydrates. These meals coupled with regular activity will help build lean muscle mass to your physique.

Get Lean

These meals are intended for anyone wanting to trim down, tighten up and tone. Containing lean protein, legumes, anti-inflammatory vegetables, good fats and fewer carbohydrates which are low glycemic index carbs. These meals used in conjunction with regular activity will help you achieve your body goal.

Get Lean

These meals are intended for anyone wanting to trim down, tighten up and tone. Containing lean protein, legumes, anti-inflammatory vegetables, less good fats and low glycemic index carbohydrates. These meals used in conjunction with regular workouts will help you achieve your body goal.

Maintain

With balanced portions of lean protein, legumes, anti-inflammatory vegetables, good fats and medium glycemic index carbohydrates. These meals are planned to help people maintain their current physique while maintaing a healthy lifestyle.

Maintain

With balanced portions of lean protein, legumes, anti-inflammatory vegetables, good fats and medium glycemic index carbohydrates. These meals are planned to help people maintain their current physique while maintaing a healthy lifestyle.

Protein

Protein is the easiest, simplest and most delicious way to lose weight and build muscle. When it comes to fat loss, protein is the king of nutrients. Protein can reduce hunger and boost metabolism, Your body uses protein to build and repair tissues as well as make enzymes, hormones, and other body chemicals. Protein is an important building block of muscles, bones, cartilage, skin, and blood.

Fats

We actually need them as part of a healthy diet and can’t live without them. There is a large difference between good fat and bad fat or unsaturated vs saturated. Unsaturated fats can help lower cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of heart disease, while Saturated fats have the opposite effects. Good fats in moderation are an essential component of a healthy lifestyle.

Carbohydrates

Carbs provide your body with energy. The simplest are sugars, like glucose, fructose, sucrose and lactose. Complex carbs, like starch, are made up of lots of sugar molecules joined together. Those with a high glycemic index will cause a rapid spike in blood sugar and store the excess sugar as fat if not used by the body. They have been linked to an increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, obesity, age-related macular degeneration, infertility and colorectal cancer.

Foods with a low glycemic index are digested more slowly, causing a lower and gentler change in blood sugar all the while helping control diabetes and improve weight loss, the lower insulin levels cause the body to burn stored fat for energy.

 

Protein

Protein is the easiest, simplest and most delicious way to lose weight and build muscle. When it comes to fat loss, protein is the king of nutrients. Protein can reduce hunger and boost metabolism, Your body uses protein to build and repair tissues as well as make enzymes, hormones, and other body chemicals. Protein is an important building block of muscles, bones, cartilage, skin, and blood.

Fats

We actually need them as part of a healthy diet and can’t live without them. There is a large difference between good fat and bad fat or unsaturated vs saturated. Unsaturated fats can help lower cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of heart disease, while Saturated fats have the opposite effects. Good fats in moderation are an essential component of a healthy lifestyle.

Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates provide your body with energy. The simplest are sugars, like glucose, fructose, sucrose and lactose. Complex carbohydrates, like starch, are made up of lots of sugar molecules joined together. Bad carbs, those with high glycemic index will cause a rapid spike in blood sugar and store the excess sugar as fat. They have been linked to an increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, obesity, age-related macular degeneration, infertility and colorectal cancer.

Foods with a low glycemic index are digested more slowly, causing a lower and gentler change in blood sugar all the while helping control diabetes and improve weight loss.

Bad carbs have been linked to an increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, obesity, age-related macular degeneration, infertility and colorectal cancer.