10 Foods to Eat for Your Most Sculpted Body


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You probably spend a lot of your free time in the gym working on getting a sculpted body. But did you know 80% of getting toned is nutrition?

Besides eating healthy and not eating too much there are a few foods that you should try to incorporate into your diet for the sculpted body of your dreams. 

Keep reading for ten foods you should eat for your most sculpted body. 

1. Oats

You may have thought oatmeal was just something your grandmother ate, but actually oats are a secret weapon for lots of people trying to get a toned body. They can give you energy, help to burn fat, and have many nutrients that are good for you. 

Eating oats for breakfast or as a pre-workout will do great things for your body. It will give you the energy to get through your day or workout as well as satisfy you until your next meal.  This food is also high in fiber so it will help with digestion. 

2. Eggs

On the other hand, if you’re looking for a snack to eat after your workout, then you should look at eggs. Eggs are packed full of protein and have tons of great nutrients your body needs. When it comes to getting fit and toned most people stick towards eating the white part and only eating the yolk in moderation. 

The best thing about eggs is that you can cook them in so many different ways so you will never get bored. Hard-boiled eggs or scrambled eggs are an easy and quick way to get the protein you need. 

3. Lean Chicken Breast

You should aim to eat around 15-20 grams of protein for each meal. This is where grilled chicken breast comes in. A chicken breast can be the main part of your meal and help to make you feel full while also getting a great amount of protein. 

When you’re working out and eating right you need to feed your muscles so you can burn more calories. It is also super easy to use grilled chicken to meal prep for the week. You can grill multiple chicken breasts at a time to eat throughout the week. 

4. Greens

Another great food to incorporate into your daily diet is green veggies. You will want nutrient-dense vegetables like broccoli and spinach. Green vegetables will help you achieve your body goals as well as maintain them. 

These foods also have a few other benefits you may be interested in. They have vitamin C which aids in circulation and sex drive making greens great food to enhance your life in many different aspects. Green vegetables are also high in fiber which can help with your digestive system. 

5. Healthy Fats

Healthy fats are foods like peanut butter, avocado, and olive oil. These foods are great at helping to burn fat so you should try to incorporate small amounts into your diet. These healthy fats are another great food that aid in the digestion process. 

You should also try to eat healthy fats because they make you feel more full and help you from overeating. Incorporating healthy fats into your diet will help to give you the sculpted body you want and can also help to give you glowing skin. 

6. Organic Soybeans

There are many different ways to incorporate organic soybeans into your diet such as tofu or edamame. This is the best veggie to eat if you’re serious about building muscle and toning your body. Organic soybeans are packed full of protein. One cup of tofu has 52 grams of protein which is a good reason why vegetarians use them as a meat substitute. 

The reason why soybeans are so good is because they’re high in leucine which helps to stimulate protein synthesis. In short, this means that soybeans can help to speed up the process and shape the muscles you want to gain. 

7. Mushrooms

Mushrooms are super high in vitamin D, which has recently been shown to help to build muscle. People with higher vitamin D levels are stronger so you should try to incorporate vitamin D rich foods. 

Mushrooms can be a great side dish next to your main protein. You can sautee a bunch of mushrooms in a skillet to eat over the week. They also go great in salads or omelets if you have leftovers. 

8. Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt is great to eat at any time and is packed full of protein, calcium, and vitamin D. As we’ve already discussed these nutrients are awesome to help build and tone muscle. Vitamin D helps to make your bones stronger and if you want strong muscles you should also want strong bones. 

When it comes to eating greek yogurt you should skip adding any extra fruits. These fruits contain lots of sugar and won’t help you build muscle. Stick to plain greek yogurt that is full fat because it has the most nutrients. 

9. Grass-Fed Beef

When it comes to your main protein you might get sick of chicken so another option for building and toning muscle is grass-fed beef. This food is high in creatine which helps bring protein to your muscles much quicker. 

Grass-fed beef is also high in iron, magnesium, and B12 which are all nutrients you need to build muscle. If you have high cholesterol you should stick to only eating red meat two or fewer times a week. 

10. Water

Now, this might be a no brainer, but when it comes to getting and staying toned you’re going to want to drink lots of water. Water can help to keep your body hydrated while also flushing the toxins from it. 

Water also helps to burn fat and can stimulate your metabolism. You will want to set water drinking goals every day so you know you’re drinking enough. Water can help with your digestive system as well as helping with bloating. 

Eating Towards a Sculpted Body

Getting and maintaining a sculpted body takes looks of hard work and determination. You need to focus on working out as well as eating the right foods to help build muscle. 

Check out the rest of the blog for more lifestyle advice, tips, and tricks!

Jeff Campbell

Jeff Campbell is a husband, father, martial artist, budget-master, Disney-addict, musician, and recovering foodie having spent over 2 decades as a leader for Whole Foods Market. Click to learn more about me

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