Which of these plans would be more beneficial for someone wanting to lose fat and needs to be in a calorie deficit, at 1500 calories per day?
The answer is.... Any of them! They all equal the same amount, so will ultimately all achieve the same results of fat loss.
Yes eating 1 large meal of 1500 calories per day may not be the best thing to do but it all comes down to the individual and what works with them.
If you don’t fancy breakfast or don’t have time then don’t worry!
Do what works for you and stick within what is needed and suits your daily lifestyle.
For things like muscle gain then this would need to be looked at for optimal muscle protein synthesis and look at taking on protein more often.
If you haven't guessed already it is protein!
'How does it do that?'
1) Protein will help fill you up (therefore will help with portions)
2) Protein will help grow and maintain muscle mass ( more muscle means a higher calorie burn at rest)
3) Building muscle over time will burn more calories which in turn will help with fat loss.
The picture shows these men are both the same weight.
Very big difference in shape.
A larger amount of lean muscle will overtime will change your body shape.
Protein is one of the biggest things that can help with this along with a better overall eating habit and good sleep.
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