Weight control aims to maintain muscle mass while avoiding fat gain after a diet or cutting, or to stabilize weight after a diet. To successfully stabilize weight, it is essential to increase protein intake, as it promotes fat burning and provides a satiety effect. A balanced diet with an adequate distribution of macronutrients (25% protein, 25 to 30% lipids, 50 to 55% carbohydrates) is important to avoid excess calories. Adapting carbohydrate intake by favoring those with a low or medium glycemic index helps limit fat storage. In addition, regular physical activity, such as running, cycling or swimming, is recommended to burn calories and fat, while a daily walk helps keep weight stable.Weight control aims to maintain muscle mass while avoiding fat gain after a diet or cutting, or to stabilize weight after a diet. To succ...Weight control aims to maintain muscle mass while avoiding fat gain after a diet or cutting, or to stabilize weight after a diet. To successfully stabilize weight, it is essential to increase protein intake, as it promotes fat burning and provides a sat...
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What is weight control?
Weight control is aimed at athletes who have just completed a diet or cut and wish to maintain their muscle mass while avoiding fat gain. In the case of a diet, the objective is to stabilize your weight.
How to successfully stabilize your weight?
A high protein intake is important because protein is the most fat-burning nutrient. They play a vital role in metabolic reactions. Proteins then participate indirectly in stabilizing weight. In addition, the satiety effect provided by proteins helps avoid periods of caloric surplus and excesses.
The distribution of macronutrients is essential to avoid calorie surplus and weight gain. The goal is then to eat well, and in appropriate quantities. It is also important to choose a diet based on your body type and your goals. The most common macronutrient breakdown is as follows:
• 25% protein;
• 25 to 30% lipids;
• 50 to 55% carbohydrates.
Low and medium glycemic index carbohydrates diffuse more slowly in the body and give you a strong, prolonged satiety effect. They are suitable for weight control and maintenance because they help limit fat storage.
Physical activity combined with a balanced diet is the easiest way to control your weight. Running, cycling or even swimming are generally recommended to quickly lose calories and fat. A daily walk helps you stay in top shape and stabilize your weight.
Which food supplements to choose to stabilize your weight
Diet protein blend: the intake of proteins and nutri-fibers with the Diet Protein Blend contributes, thanks to their satiety effects, to weight control. In fact, the mixture allows you to control your calorie consumption and possible excessive snacking. The Diet Protein Blend thus limits the intake of fat into the body.
Native whey isolate: native whey isolate provides an appetite suppressant effect. In addition, thanks to the proteins it contains, it participates in muscle growth. Native whey isolate then allows you to monitor your weight while maintaining good muscle mass.
Barley, buckwheat and oat flakes are carbohydrates with a low glycemic index (between 40 to 50), thanks to their richness in fiber which slows down the absorption of carbohydrates. They are the ideal food for weight control after a diet. They provide sustainable energy, are low in calories and suppress the appetite.
Sweet Potato: Sweet potato powder can be an alternative to oatmeal. It has a slightly higher glycemic index (46 to 60) but is a good source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Stevia and sucralose: these two supplements are a good alternative to sugar. They help maintain a low blood sugar level, ideal during or after a diet. They can be eaten as an accompaniment to a protein snack.
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