Healthy meals for students and other busy people: 6-pack abs and gain muscle with good nutrition Good nutrition is the secret to both losing fat and gaining muscle, in this video I show you how to eat 6 inexpensive, nutritious meals a day without cooking or shopping. This video is in response to the hundreds of people who have written me saying they knew their nutrition was horrible but felt powerless to improve it because of the schedule constraints of their work, school, or life. Eating 6 small, well balanced meals a day is easy when you know how and once your nutrition is on track you will find it easy to reduce bodyfat to show those 8-pack abs and gain muscle too. The one thing you need to do though is get rid of the idea that food always has to be tasty. Jack LaLane had a great saying “If it tastes good, spit it out!” and its so true. If something is that good then its most likely got too much sugar, salt, fat or artificial flavors. When something tastes really, really good your first thought should be – “whats in this?”. Think about what you are eating! If what makes it taste good is the nasty stuff mentioned above then spit it out. Obviously if you are eating a carrot or an apple and it tastes good this doesnt apply. The saying is designed to make you think about everything you eat. If you dont know what is on the list of ingredients and its nutritional content then SPIT IT OUT! Here are the meals I eat during the video 5:00am coffee and protein powder mixed in water (about 100 cals) 6:30am oatmeal with flax and protein powder (about
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24 thoughts on “Healthy meals for students and other busy people: 6-pack abs and gain muscle with good nutrition

  1. Consuming an excess of ANYTHING will kill you, even water. You could die of eating too much protein regardless of the source – meat, dairy, or whey. Singling out protein powder as ‘dangerous’ is unjustified and completely unsupported. I’m a pseudo-vegetarian and rely heavily upon dairy whey for my protein needs.

  2. this guy is just two funny driving without a shirt and do you really have to add protein to everything… really appreciate you taking to show us what to keep cause i really have no idea and struggling

  3. I personally am a huge fan of cottage cheese, however it has a lot of fat in it, but I feel that the protein in it kind of out weighs the fat part, do you ever eat cottage cheese or no?

  4. @The4buster Don’t over take protein powder, some research say it will cause kidney stone. In general, 1g of protein powder for each kg of your body weight is a safe start (i believe you can take more if you work out).

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