Just depends on what I am training for. It changes every month, or depends on how my weight is changing as well. All I can really tell you is that first, I find out what my BMR is. Then, depending on my goals and the stress factors of my workouts and normal day to day living, I modify my calories to fit the demands. But 1 thing that does stay pretty consistent all year, is that I keep my protein at 1 gram for lbs. of body weight I am. Other than that, nutrition is a science. The more you educate yourself, the more power and freedom you have in changing your body. Remember, food is the greatest tool when it comes to controlling your body’s hormonal functions for every time you eat or drink anything, there is a hormonal response of some kind. You just better know if it is one to make your body move in the right or wrong direction.
This 51-year-old woman presented with right breast lumps. Ultrasound study of the breasts shows 2 cystic lesions measuring cm and cm in size. The lesions are well defined with thin walls and clear fluid within them. There is evidence of posterior acoustic enhancement and both cysts are aseptate. No evidence of an intramural nodules or debris is present. These ultrasound imaging findings are consistent with simple cysts of the breast. Ultrasound imaging of simple cyst of the breast helps to rule out malignant conditions, and hence further investigations, including mammography may not be indicated. On probe pressure, both cystic lesions appear compressible. This further supports our sonographlc diagnosis of simple cyst of the breast.