Brunch today - eggs scrambled with coconut oil and spinach, asparagus, broccoli and avocado and topped with some frank's hot sauce because damn I've missed it so much 😂
Been such a bus day of emails and event planning, and currently just summoning the motivation for a quick HIIT session 💪
Full day today, so I loaded up my #breakfastbowl with brown rice, sweet potato, salmon, fried duck egg, and sautéed spinach because #eatyourveggies
Honestly took less than 10 minutes to throw together. Salmon and roasted sweet potatoes were leftovers. Brown rice was frozen. #rethinkbreakfast
Sri Lankan breakfast foodstagram: bread, string hoppers, dal, coconut sambol, fish, and a yellow potato thing that I somehow still don't know the name of after seven weeks #whoneedsutensils#breadfordays
I talk about it a lot and I'm often why. The answer depends on your goal. If you're trying to lose weight and increase satiety, then keeping insulin levels lower throughout the day will decrease hunger. Constantly putting out insulin via constant feeding (eating every 2-3 hours like a bodybuilder) will increase hunger making it easier for a hardgainer to get his/her calories in. #themoreyouknow#upgradedmacrosproject
What you crave on Wednesday but your show is on Saturday. I will be in a food coma and ready for it. I hope you're ready to eat after show #speciesfam @kinglou_fit @lilyl3east504 @kyle_wat10 @mrhollywood_fit @eclymer85 @kevinwarrenfitness
One of the first things I switched for a more sustainable version was my toothbrush ( in december i think) and its just as good as a regular toothbrush but much better for the earth. When you are done with your toothbrush you can compost it 👍🏻✨
A lot of people are confused about carbohydrates. How much should you eat, what types and when? Well let’s put it this way…carbohydrates provide energy for the body and they fuel daily activity and exercise. If you’re a person who exercises daily and at a high intensity, then your demand for carbohydrates is much greater than someone who is sedentary. Our bodies need carbohydrates in order to function properly, more specifically our body needs the glucose we get from carbs (the most abundant form of a carbohydrate) to support red blood cell and nerve cell function. Our bodies can break down glucose very quickly and is readily available when exercising to provide the body with energy. If we don’t consume enough carbohydrates but continue to exercise, our bodies will turn to protein to provide glucose for the body (even fat) which can lead to muscle breakdown and, even more serious, ketoacidosis.
There are two forms of carbohydrates: 1) Simple Carbs and 2) Complex Carbs. Simple carbs contain one or two molecules of sugar where as complex carbs contain multiple chains of glucose molecules. The best type of carb to consume are......to read more please visit: www.realpt.ca
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Quickk breakfast before heading to the gym this morning! I always like to incorporate HEALTHY carb sources into my pre-workout meals for ADEQUATE ENERGY💥➡️Carbs are our bodies main source of FUEL, WE NEED THEM TO FUNCTION & FOR BRAIN FUNCTION, CARBS ARE OUR FRIENDS.
I mixed 30g of oats with almond milk, microwaved it for the seconds. Then I mixed in 1 tbps of PB2 and a 1/2 serving of @cellucor vanilla whey protein, then microwaved that for another 30 seconds and topped it off with 75g strawberries and sprinkled with chia seeds. MACROS: 33gC 4gF 20gP & 240 calories! 😍tastes like a little cakey 🎂 treat! TRY IT OUT 😋
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You have to check out this week's blog on PROTEIN! ((link in bio!)) We've discussed how we choose quantities, why it's necessary in our diet, and the negative effects of too much protein. We plan to break down each macro for the next few blogs, so take your time reading this one and keep an eye out for next week's blog on fat!
I had fried rice two days in a row 🍚 With leftover brown rice, frozen mixed veg of peas, carrots & corn & the ugliest mock duck that goes sorta well with this dish 🍚🥕🍚🌽🍚💚🍚 Easy stuff to whip up for easy yums 😪 Anyone got any ideas on easy to-go lunches? Perhaps healthier ones too? With heaps of protein for this growing gal? School made me realise just how frequently I need to eat 😪🍏 How's everyone doing? Y'all eating good? My thighs are on fire & my lower back is too :') I pulled an Elle Woods last night @ the gym & did A-ok on my quiz this morning ☺️📝📚 Hope y'all are as happy as I am this past week! 💕
If you want to lose body fat a calorie is just a calorie, which means that it's possible to eat all the "healthy" food and still not lose weight if you're ALSO not paying attention to how much food you're supposed to have.
If you want to feel your best you also need to make sure you're getting enough MICROnutrients too. This is where the QUALITY of your calories matter.
I'm not saying Belvita biscuits are a terrible option. They're probably a better option than a McDonalds McGriddle but there are very few vitamins and minerals in comparison to the sunrise bars you could be eating for the same amount of calories.
Also, Belvita's "4 hours of steady energy" claim makes me chuckle. Perhaps that would be true for my 1 year old who only needs like 1,000 calories a day. For the typical person, these biscuits alone would only last about an hour...if that. 🤷🏻♀️
Nursing Mom Tip: They're not marketed as "lactation" cookies but they're made with BETTER ingredients, you get more, and they get the job done. Find them at Costco.
Breakfast of champions 🍓 Porridge topped with stewed rhubarb (my current obsession), strawberry flavoured oat yoghurt (yep, it's a thing!), and freshly picked wild berries 🇫🇮 #organic#fresh#local#breakfast