The development of density, mass, shape and function of muscle cells is known as muscle growth. Muscle growth is influenced by nutritional intake, type of exercise and hormonal status.
Gaining muscles is not as easy as it looks to be. The more you increase your calorie intake; the increased are the chances for fat to accumulate around your body. Thus, having a proper diet is important to avoid fat being accumulated around the body.
In order to have more muscles, one should go for a variety of proteins, veggies, carbs, fruits, and healthy fats. Consuming enough protein helps in muscle gain along with the fat loss.
One should eat at regular intervals to maintain the energy level required by the body to stay active throughout the day. This also helps the body to meet the level of nourishment required to feed growing muscle mass.
Also, it becomes essential to increase your calorie intake together with the calories you burn each day. But, it is important to understand the limit of your body with respect to calorie intake otherwise you may end up storing fat in the body which will result in undesirable outcome. Many people try to decide and eat on their own and lands into a world of hopelessness with bad results. Thus, it is important to understand that before starting with any diet plan one should know his/her body well.