Nutritional Plan Variables
Nutrition Plan Variables.

The Nutrition Plan we will produce will be a product of certain variables. Our objective will be to ensure that you are getting every thing you need, while not having a surplus of the things you don’t, you need to be precise about the food you consume and the energy you expend. The following are some of the variables that will determine what optimal nutrition is for you:

Body Composition: The ratio of FAT MASS / LEAN MASS

BMR – (Basil Metabolic Rate): The amount of calories a person will expend, at rest, in a 24-hour period.

Exercise and Expenditures: The amount of calories a person expends during their exercise and day-to-day activities.

Macro-Nutrients: These constitute 99% of your diet. If you want to make a change in your nutrition…Start here!! (H2O, Carbohydrates, Protein & Fat)

Maintenance Calories per day: The amount of calories we need to consume to maintain our bodyweight.

Reduced Calories: The amount of calories we need to consume to lose bodyweight.

Meals per day: The amount of Meals we eat in a day. Sounds trivial but this may be the most important variable of all. (Eat 5-6 meals per day)

Calories per meal: The amount of calories we are allowed per meal.

Macronutrient percentage%: The caloric ratio of Carbohydrates/Protein/Fat for an individuals needs.

Macronutrient Transition (morning-night): Changing the “Macro-nutrient” percentage for meals, though out the day, for optimal performance.

Meal composition: The Macro-Nutrient parameters of each meal. The amount of Carbohydrates(g), Protein(g) and Fat(g).