I was today at the natural store checking out my items and the cash register girl commented on the amount of various berries I buy and how much they must be costing me.Surely, berries are not the necessity and our survival is definitely not based on them. However, they are so nutritious and healthy that I have been buying really lots of them year after year. If they are truly not in season, then, worst to worst, I get them frozen. I do spend lots of monies on them, but I think they are really worth it, as they contribute to the health of my whole family big time.
How many times a day, week, month do you have clients/strangers come up to you and ask you about your nutrition? I am always surprised when I start to break down how many people I talk to about nutrition and find out those numbers range from 30-100+ a month. What advice are you giving them? Are you suggesting the Whole 30 diet? Paleo? Eating Organic? Or just marketing certain grains and vegetables that you have found work for you? Anyway you are answering this question you are helping someone else make money.
Hunt and gather and get healthy! That’s the message behind the increasingly popular Paleo diet, a nutrition plan based on our ancestor’s presumed food intake. Sure, we’ve all heard that name bandied about but what exactly does it involve?
It goes without saying that the best way to eat is to have 'meats, vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar.' Trust me, I've experimented with every fad diet there is, as well as the recommendations from the FDA, and ultimately my results went up exponentially when I subscribed to the above. However, there's an emphasis today on what quantity of each macronutrient one should ingest on a daily basis.
Being that this is my first ever blog post on the topic of fitness, I figured this topic would be a great place to start. This is particularly applicable for those of you who have hit pleteaus when training. What are plateaus, you ask?
After giving birth, Tina Karol is no longer adheres to a strict diet. It simply excluded from the diet of all fatty, fried, spicy flour. Favorite sweets replaced fruits and berries.
Especially a lot of fun with it and eat watermelons. Even decided to indulge in their original watermelon diet, It ate only watermelons, but 5-6 times per day for 1 kg per 10 kg body weight, and several pieces of rye bread but not longer than two days in a row. It's not so much a diet as cleansing the body.
The topic of Nutrition and Detox Diets is a common theme among avid fitness enthusiasts and fitness professionals alike. Not only are there promises of a better you through drastically changing your diet for a week, but many people tend to lose sight of they really should be focusing on. Proper nutrition is the key to almost any successful fitness endeavor. Let's take a look at Nutrition, Diets, & Detox this month to see what it can do for you.