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  • You are better off doing low-moderate carb, high protein, low fat and lift heavy 4-6 reps. Try to work each muscle 3 times per week (compound exercises) This way you will build muscle and lose fat (carbs are needed to build muscle, all carbs should be complex carbs)
  • The only way you know you are building muscle is if you can lift more than the week, month, year before. Try to almost completely cut sugar & refined carbs out of your diet. Drink 6-8 glasses of water per day...could keep going...hope this helps :)
  • I've seen best results with freeweight & good form deadlift, squat, bench press increasing the weight you lift every week. Keep protein high & fat & carbs lower, only healthy carbs & healthy fats...The more muscle you build the more fat you will burn. Only 30 mins cardio 3 days per week needed. Lift 3 times per week
  • Make sure you are drinking lots of water to flush out the fiber. Also make sure you are eating as many grams of protein as your weigh. It may take a little while for your body to get used to the fiber but you should be getting 28 g fiber per day. Drink only water to quench your thirst. Should be about 6-8 16.9 fl oz water…
  • Increase carbs to 150g complex carbs (brown rice etc) (helps build muscle) also bananas, protein should be at least 155 g per day. Do compound exercises...deadlift, squat & bench, Go heavier on the squats 5 sets of 5 reps and increase the weight you are lifting each week. The increased weight you are able to lift is the…