Clenbuterol is a weight-loss supplement. By reducing adipose tissue, or fat, quickly, it may help you shed high amounts of body fat. Body builders, athletes and normal dieters turn to clenbuterol to aid with their weight loss. While clenbuterol will work without changing the foods you eat, altering your diet will speed up your weight loss. To get the most out of clenbuterol and reach your goal weight even quicker, consider the foods you eat on a daily basis.
Carbohydrates are made up of both sugars and starches, and they provide people with energy. There are two types of carbs: simple and complex. While some diet plans suggest cutting out carbs completely, this is only beneficial for short-term weight loss. To lose weight and keep it off, integrate carbs into your diet. Simple carbs are easy to digest and produce a short burst of energy, but they won't keep you full for long. Complex carbs, like brown rice, take longer to be digested and keep you full for longer. They also provide a longer burst of energy. Carbs to eat when taking clenbuterol include bran, oatmeal, whole-wheat pasta, root vegetables, yams, lentils and whole-grain cereals. Avoid honey, soda, pudding, candy, cake, biscuits and jams.
Proteins are made up of amino acids and help build muscle as well as strengthening your immune system. In order to lose weight, include a lot of protein into your diet, such as lean meats, salmon, eggs, nuts and beans. Additional good proteins to include in your diet when you're taking clenbuterol are milk or soy milk; tofu; and low-fat yoghurt.
Fats are a necessary part of a healthy diet as well. Instead of eliminating fats altogether out of fear of the word, keep "good" fats in your diet. Processed foods have the kind of fat that contributes to weight gain, while foods like walnuts and almonds, avocados, and canola and olive oil are actually good for you.
Clenbuterol is legal in the UK, but it is banned by the International Olympics Committee. MSN Health recommends sticking to basic healthy eating and regular exercise to lose weight, instead of relying on quick fixes when the drug you're taking may not be safe.