Over the years, bodybuilding nutrition has divided itself into three fairly distinct categories (I’m going to leave out the ones I consider voodoo nonsense) which are high-carb/low-fat, moderate carb/moderate fat, and low-carbohydrate. Low carb-diets can be further subdivided into high or low fat as well as cyclical or non-cyclical. I discuss each in more detail in Comparing the Diets.

In theory, you can make arguments for or against any of these approaches in terms of superiority. In the real world, it’s not quite that simple. You can always find folks (and this is true whether they are bodybuilders or just general dieters) who either succeeded staggeringly well or failed miserably on one or another approaches.Before going on, I want to mention that protein recommendations tend not to vary that significantly between diets and most of the arguments tend to revolve around the varying proportions of carbohydrate and fats in the diet and that’s what I’ll be focusing on here. Simply, I don’t consider low-protein fat loss diets in the equation at all for the simple fact that they don’t work for anybody but the extremely obese. Any dieting bodybuilder or athlete needs 1-1.5 g/lb lean body mass of protein on a diet. Possibly more under certain circumstances.

Hollywood’s Secret Skinny Pill –

This is one of the most informative and controversial articles you’ll ever read about Clenbuterol and its  ability to induce rapid weight loss.

Hence the warning: Clenbuterol is illegal and potentially very dangerous for humans. We, here at Juicedmuscle, in no way, shape, or form, endorse its use.

The information presented here is strictly for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice or attention of healthcare professionals.

Every generation of print media, television and motion pictures holds several examples of celebrities who were or are overly susceptible to the pressures to be thin.

Add to that the number of female athletes forced to strip away all body fat, the innumerable multitudes of common people subjected to abuse or scorn based on society’s fickle standards, and individuals suffering from eating disorders and unhealthy compulsions and it’s easy to understand why there’s such a huge demand for powerful weight-loss drugs.

This first article on Clenbuterol is on use by women, the next one will be on Clenbuterol use for Bodybuilders.

Posting about women gives me the oppurtunity to post a picture of this incredible hot chick!!

More then 70% of what we eat is burned by our muscles, even in rest. So even when you are not develop any activity our muscles burn calories (Energy Expenditure at Rest). Only a small part of our caloric intake is used as energy to move or exercise. The more muscles you have the more calories you burn while resting.

We also covered part of it here: //juicedmuscle.com/content/exercise-not-key-weight-loss

Ther are more ways of loosing weight with help of thermogenic supplements drugs like T3, clenbuterol or medication like phentermine etc. Also injectable compounds to loose stubbern fat on specific places like "Helios" will covered in other articles in the fatloss catagory thus keep an eye open for future articles.

Unfortunaly there are no shortcuts to fat reduction or to achieving a toned and sculpted body. Long term results can only be achieved by following an integrated bodybuilding and nutrition plan; in doing so you will reduce your body fat percentage and increase lean muscle mass.

 You should not be so concerned with weight loss as it is more about body shape and it is the increase in lean muscle (which is heavier than fat) that plays a key part in any fat loss program.