White loaf of bread is not inherently bad for you, and English muffins don’t possess much sugars. Though they are, of course, high in complex carbohydrates. There will be a lot of individuals who will tell you different things here, and everyone is an expert. Some will say it isn’t about what you eat, it’s about how much you take in. Others will let you know that you should restrict your carbohydrates really, like a Paleo or Keto diet. Still, others shall say to track your macronutrients. But, I’ll give you my anecdote. I count up my calories from fat using an app (My Fitness Pal) and logging anything I eat.
I stay under my calorie limits on most times and I exercise five times a week, three times of weight training, and two times of cardio/primary. My diet is very balanced. I eat moderate amounts of bread, complicated sugars like potatoes or rice, fruits, vegetables, and all sorts of meat.
Almost every meal I eat is home prepared, from scratch. I eat boxed or prepared foods rarely but do treat myself occasionally. This is how I lose weight and get stronger, and it works for me. I’ve tried to, sales, intermittent fasting, and even weight watchers. None of me had been helped by those things, but they do help others.
But nothing is farther than the reality. To lose excess weight and keep healthy is to burn up more calories compared to what you take in. Your optimal weight …Read More