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What’s on your plate?
We recommend a holistic approach to eating. Your diet should consist of a variety of produce, proteins and healthy fats.
3 areas where your diet can get you the
Fitness results you need.
Eating clean comprises of eating mostly
organic foods that are free of preservatives,
additives, hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, all
forms of wheat and gluten.
Other Things to EXCLUDE:
High Fructose corn syrup
Increase nutritional intake
Due to an overconsumption of processed foods and fast foods, many people are nutritionally deficient. These foods are calorically heavy yet fail to provide adequate nutrition which leaves the body lacking the essential nutrients, minerals and vitamins it needs. This unhealthy style of eating causes one to be malnourished. In addition, this type of diet is the reason why many are overweight. In an effort to protect the organs from toxin build up, the body produces and stores the toxins in fat. There is no supplementation for eating a diet comprised of nutrient dense foods.
Balance your blood sugar
Eating foods that have a low glycemic index is beneficial for many reasons. The glycemic Index is a tool used to measure how a food affects the blood sugar level. Each food is given a number rating. The lower rated food gradually raises the blood sugar level which helps the body maintain a balanced blood sugar level.
Have you ever eaten and felt tired and/or hungry soon after? The culprit is most likely a high glycemic food. A high glycemic food quickly raises your blood sugar level and disrupts your normal metabolism and mood. In addition to the overconsumption of food, this process is also accompanied by a host of other negative health effects.
Sample Meal day
Pre workout meal: (drink water)
(Light snack or nothing at all)
ex. Hand full of nuts/seeds or half of apple
Workout: @ 5am (drink water)
Breakfast: (Drink water and/or Tea)
Mushrooms with spinach, onion & bell peppers (add avocados for source of healthy fat)
Post workout meal: (drink water)
Baked Wild Caught Fish or Grass Fed Organic Chicken with green Salad, handful of nuts and a hand full of berries
Lunch: (drink water)
Snack: (drink water)
Half serving of Salmon Or Avocado and a hand full of nuts/seeds
Dinner: (drink water)
Stir-fry veggies with walnuts and coconut oil
2 hrs. after dinner (get ready for bed)
Food of the month: Ginger
Ginger has a long tradition of being very affective in alleviating symptoms of gut distress. This spice which is common in Asian and Indian cooking, have been shown in various studies to have anti-inflammatory properties. Some benefits t oconsuming ginger include, clear sinsus, relieve joint pain, prevent nausea.