Most of us work hard in the gym to achieve the goals of feeling and looking better. But no matter how hard you work in the gym, you won't see the results you want unless you get your nutrition on track.
The Clutch diet program is easy to follow. Just select foods from the approved food list and follow these simple rules. In a few weeks, you'll be able to see and feel the incredible results.
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Clutch Diet Tip 1
Let's face the facts: More than half of our body is made up of water. Not diet soda, not sugary sports drinks, not beverages filled with artificial ingredients—just pure, miraculous water.
People spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on surgeries and procedures to lose weight, look younger, and fight fatigue. But guess what? Plain old water, arguably the most essential nutrient, helps to provide cell structure, regulates temperature, and assists with the transportation of oxygen and nutrients throughout the body. I mean, if that's not Clutch, we don't know what is.
Clutch Diet Tip 2
Non-organic meats and eggs are mass-produced from animals that have been jacked up on antibiotics, growth hormones, steroids, and chemical pesticides. There are no long-term studies on the effects these antibiotics and hormones might have on the human body. Therefore, we recommend organic.
Also, when you're Clutch, processed meat is out. This means no bologna, deli lunchmeats, nitrate-filled bacon, or sausage going into your body. It's also best to cut pork from your diet.
Clutch Diet Tip 3
Sugar, alcohol, processed food, stress, medication, and environmental pollutants can all have harmful health effects. Those same substances can compromise hormones responsible for building lean muscle and burning fat. So you can pump all you want, but those substances will stand in the way of reaching you goals.
Drinking one tablespoon of 100-percent organic lemon juice mixed in a cup of hot water can work wonders for the body. Lemon juice is an excellent source of vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that may help you ward off the common cold. Additionally, lemons contain pectin—a water-soluble fiber that can help lower cholesterol levels—and high levels of potassium, which may reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure.
Clutch Diet Tip 4
At Clutch, adrenal health is one of our primary initiatives, because your adrenal glands can be your best friend or your worst enemy.
When your body encounters stress, the adrenal glands release cortisol and other hormones to help you deal with your surroundings. We're guessing you encounter tons of stress during your daily life. The last thing you need is to jackhammer your adrenal glands with stimulants all day on top of that other stress. That short-term boost from stimulants can lead to long-term adrenal fatigue, much as a cup of coffee with sugar gives you a momentary lift, only to be followed by an energy crash. It's a fast track to a dead end.
"We suggest that you limit your caffeine intake to two cups of coffee per day. No other stimulants are necessary."