The first thing all of us need to remember is the fact that our bodies require fuel to operate. Much like a car if it has no fuel it will not run. Well, also like a car our bodies perform better on cleaner purer fuel. With that said could everybody eat the same food and get the same effect? The answer is no. Some people can consume wheat and process it without noticing a difference in energy. Others for example will consume wheat and find they are fatigued an hour later. The reason for this is the pure and simple fact that everybody’s bodies are different.
Yes July is the month that marks the middle of summer. Even though we all know that summer does officially start the third week of July we all seem to look at summer is being June, July, and August. July being the middle of summer is not what excites me. July excites me because it is the month where I personally get renewed with energy in my own exercise, fitness, wellness, and nutrition regimen.
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Super foods and convenience are two things that make health foods the most valuable nowadays, it seems. I love supporting small scale companies and health movements as much as the next guy as do I love shopping around stores such as Whole Foods, but to be bluntly honest: THIS STUFF IS FRIGGIN’ EXPENSIVE!!!
Juicing and the importance of the alkaline/acid connection I use my juicer 2 to 3 times per week to easily consume an abundance of important raw nutrients. Drinking your fruits and vegetables in a concentrated form is wonderful! Each and every single one of us needs to consume some raw sources of food daily and juicing provides that.
To combine fast digesting carbohydrates and fats in excess in the same meal. You were thinking something else no? How naughty
A easy rule to follow from Dr. John Berardi is break up your meals into 2 categories.....
Everyone, even those on hard core diets, go out to restaurants. Whether a night out with friends, a special occasion, or just wanting a change of pace, we all dine out from time to time. However, this does not mean that we have to blow our nutrition; we just need to learn to make smart choices when ordering at restaurants. Make healthy choices and leave the guilt at home next time you eat out!Follow these tips to make smart choices while dining out:
Road Warrior: 7-11 diet, and hotel workout plan.
Traveling, a necessary evil. Eating right, also necessary and not so evil. We are all too familiar with the pangs [difficulties] of eating well while one is on the road, or at the airport. Not all of us have time to prepare our food for the day, so we are left to find good food choices in the quickest way possible. That usually involves fast food and/or some kind of processed pre-packaged food.
I've been faced with this dilemma on several occasions.