Processed foods outwit energy regulation. Foods with high sodium content, beverages with high sugar content, and foods with a high calorie and low nutrient density combination (foods that are consumed WAY too frequently by most people) outsmart our metabolic regulators. These foods do not trigger our appetite sensors to signal fullness. This means we can eat large amounts of these foods and still feel hungry, resulting in overeating.
The food you eat throughout the day is, of course, very important. However, the food you eat after a workout may be even more important. Your body reacts to food after a workout differently than it would throughout the rest of the day. When you consume particular nutrients post-workout, you can improve body composition, recovery, and overall performance.
Every person, whether apparent to themselves or not, falls into one of these three categories: weight loss, weight maintenance, or weight gain. So metabolism is a very important word when it comes to our body weight. Many people wish to have a speedy metabolism, leading to a more lenient food intake or to speed up a weight loss goal. Our genetics have an impact on how fast or slow our metabolism is, but there are different things we can do to increase our metabolism.
You go to the gym to exercise so that you can become healthier. But what you may not know is that while working out in the gym you may also become infected or injured. The reality is that there are many hidden dangers that you should worry about when working out in the gym.
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by Marc D Thompson. Fitness has many benefits. Below are some of the physical, physioloigcal and psychological benefits of exercise. Physical Fitness Benefits 1. Reduced/maintenance of body fat2. Increased strength3. Increased power4. Increased endurance5. Reshaped body/body composition changes6. Increased musculature7. Improved joint stability8. Increased flexibility9. Increased range of motion10. Toned musculature
Many of my clients discuss how hard it is to eat healthy in social situations, at work and even at home if you have a lot of friends, co-workers or family that are not trying to be as health concitious as you are.
Even as a fitness professional, like myself, I often get harassed to "just eat it", " it's only a little and it's only one time" or "its my birthday, just have it for me" type of statements that are a trying to pressure me into eating or making unhealthy food choices.