Bodybuilding nutrition is always underrated because not all people are aware of the role it plays in developing a sound, good, and healthy body. Also even more unhealthy are what is referred to as “trans fats and saturated fats.” Examples of trans fats include hydrogenated oils The good fats that you most definitely want to incorporate into your diet include unsaturated fats which are fats that come from plant sources.\n\nScientific research supports the use of more protein in diets and does not limit it to benefit only certain groups of people (i.e., bodybuilders). Before-and-after pictures of raw food vegetarians show dramatic weight loss and anecdotal testimonials from the dieters explain a sense of pleasance, well-being, and energy that’s unprecedented in their lives.\n\nIf you still encounter resistance then why not use the food pyramid as the basis for a meal time star chart to reward good eating – even young children can grasp the concept behind it and they all love earning stickers and getting presents. (PS: I hate the word “diet.” Notice what the first three letters of diet spell.:) Instead focus on changing your eating and drinking habits, instead of bouncing back and forth between diets.\n\nRecent research has indicated the following health problems in people who consume a purely vegetarian diet: lower bone density, amenorrhea, underweightness, dental erosion, elevated plasma homocysteine, low serum HDL cholesterol, vitamin B-12 deficiency.\n\nShe says that it’s perfectly fine to eat unprocessed, properly cooked red meat once a week, as it’s rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and loaded with healthy proteins and fats that have profound effects on our health. Fats play an essential role in your body’s operations.