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Can You Out Train A Bad Diet?

Updated: Jul 26, 2023


Can you out train a bad diet?


That depends…


We all know athletes that eat doughnuts and ice cream?


And I am sure you have heard that you need to follow the 80/20 rule which is 80% eating clean and 20% cheat meals.


So the answer is YES!


You can absolutely out train a bad diet.


As far as aesthetics go anyway.


This just means you can burn more calories than you eat and lose weight even if you make shitty food decisions.


However there is more to training that just aesthetics.


What about health?


Can you become healthier with a bad diet?


NO


Your bodyweight is controlled by calories in vs. calories out.


Your health is the type of calories you are putting in your body.

So, what is your goal?


Do you want to be healthy, or look good, or both.


Let’s summarize.


You can train hard enough to eat shit food and still look good.


But, if you want to be cancer free, have low LDL, high HDL, and increase your chances of living a healthy life then consuming healthy foods while you lose weight (or gain weight depending on your goal) is 100% the way to go.


Ps - Eating healthy doesn’t have to be a sacrifice.


I have a healthy, high protein, lower carb, full of antioxidant desert recipe I want to share with you.


Ingredients:

1 ½ Mashed Banana 2 TBS Maple Syrup 1 tsp Coconut oil ½ tsp Salt ¾ Cup Oats 1 scoop Protein Powder MY PROTEIN OF CHOICE​ Use code: LisaMaximus for discount! 3 TBS Raw Cacao Powder (optional) 1/4 Cup Chocolate chips (but this will add more carbs and fat)


Directions: Heat oven to 350 degrees. 7in x 7 in baking pan lined with parchment paper (or spray oil) Heat coconut oil slightly until it is liquid. Then mix all ingredients in large bowl. Transfer to baking dish and top with optional chocolate chips. Bake for 15-20 minutes. Cool at room temp until ready to serve.


Enjoy this and let me know what you think.


My husband and kids love it.


Lisa

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