I feel that if you eat healthily in the true sense of eating healthy then supplements are not needed to help you perform better. That coupled with a positive attitude.
Supplements for exercise. Yes or No?
This is a diet that I swear by. I do it 90% of the time and it works. Before I always suffered with all sorts of ailments and since practising food combining, I do not suffer at all. The only time I suffer is when I combine the wrong foods. Then all he'll breaks loose.
Being a personal trainer and having to wake up at Dawn's crack and sometimes going to bed late I can say that I feel more strain while exercising. I do cardio and resistant type training(push-ups, jump squat, chin-ups etc.)
Sleep deprivation and its effect on your exercise program
In my opinion diet tablets are a waste of time. If you want to lose weight and shape your body do it so that there are no repercussions. By this I mean being consistent and committed to a well designed exercise program and cutting refined foods from your diet and only eating natural foods.
Diet tablets pros and cons.
To truly realise the body you choose to have, means you must be consistent with your exercise program. To be consistent you must be committed to your decision to change the shape of your body.
Did you know: lake trout actually has more omega-3 fatty acids per ounce than salmon and trout is much cheaper than salmon.
Despite what most of the medical fraternity believe, I feel that, being from the earth, coconut milk is a healthy food source to consume. Great source of nutrients and medium chain fatty acids which provide sustainable energy.
Banana nut health shake.
For one person.
1) 1 large banana
2) half handful grounded cashew nuts
3) half handful grounded almond nuts
4) half tin coconut milk
5) cup of cooked oats for consistency and fibre.
Bon appetite... Enjoy a delicious and energy sustaining health drink.
Carob and coconut health shake
1) 1 cup cooked oats for consistency.
2) 1 handful of Grounded walnuts, cashews, and almonds.
3) 1/3 tin coconut milk.
4) 1 teaspoon raw honey.
5) 1 tablespoon carob powder.
6) 1 or 1/2 cup of water depending on how think you want it.
Blend together and enjoy a deliciously healthy shake.
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Colin White - owner of BoxingFit
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Please note that the information that is posted on the Health & Well-being blog, because each individual is physiologically different, may be successful for some people and unsuccessful for other people.
Please consult with your professional, that is dietician, personal trainer or G.P. before trying any of the diets or foods and the exercises and exercise routines that have been suggested on this blog.