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1 211 hours ago
Ce petit déjeuner à changer ma vie 🤩
Je suis en pleine forme et en plus perdu quelque kilos😜
Qui tu connais qui aimerait perdre :
💚 5 kg
💜 10kg 🧡 15 kg et +
💛 Se remettre en forme
💙Prendre de la masse musculaire
❤️Soin visage ( d'une heure)
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1 152 hours ago
Creamy quinoa and kale bowl with haloumi and soft boiled eggs. 😋 ✅ Quinoa is gluten-free, high in protein and one of the few plant foods that contain all nine essential amino acids. It is also high in fiber, magnesium, B vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E and various beneficial antioxidants.
✅ The nutrients in kale can help boost wellbeing and prevent a range of health problems. It contains fiber, antioxidants, calcium, and vitamin K, among others. Even the chlorophyll in kale may have health benefits. It is also a good source of vitamin C and iron.
✅Halloumi is a good source of Calcium and Protein.
✅ Eggs are a very good source of inexpensive, high quality protein. More than half the protein of an egg is found in the egg white along with vitamin B2 and lower amounts of fat and cholesterol than the yolk. The whites are rich sources of selenium, vitamin D, B6, B12 and minerals such as zinc, iron and copper. 💪🏼
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5 394 hours ago
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Great tip by @smurray_32
Do you take BCAAs?
BCAAs: 3 aminos, leucine, valine & isoleucine. The former being the star of the trio as it directly stimulates MPS by activating mTOR (an enzyme responsible for cell growth) (Kimball & Jefferson2006, Atherton et al 2008). BCAAs (or just leucine) therefore play a pivotal role in enhancing recovery (Shimomura et al 2010) along with augmenting rates of hypertrophy (Ispoglou et al 2011) & research shows them to be beneficial in order to prevent muscle loss during calorie deficits (Dudgeon et al 2016) BUT as BCAAs are already found in many dietary protein sources such as meat & eggs you’re likely getting sufficient amounts of them within your diet ALREADY.
The studies showing positive effects of BCAA supplementation are almost always hampered by lack of dietary control and/or low protein intake (Mourier et al 1997) & in studies where protein intake is actually in guidelines with those required when in an energy deficit (1.2-2g/kg) (Phillips 2006), additional amino acids have shown to be useless for extra growth (Aguiar et al 2017) thus proving that with a sufficiently high protein intake, further supplementat is unnecessary.
Furthermore even if you DID struggle to achieve adequate protein & NEEDED additional supplementation, supplementing with a complete protein instead of BCAAs eg. whey is actually more effective than BCAAs as it elicits a greater anabolic response (Churchward-Venne et al 2012) along with being utilized more efficiently as native leucine (as in whey/food) has shown to be utilized more efficiently than free-form (as in BCAAs)(Nolles et al. 2009). SO if you were going to supplement with anything, whey would be a better option...
Who should take them? Anyone who struggles to achieve adequate protein intakes and/or who go LONG periods of fasting (e.g. endurance athletes) but again, whey or just “food” is likely a better more cost effective option.
2 1505:24 PM Jul 8, 2018
Save money by making your own dairy-free milk at home 🥛
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💥KNOW - HYDRATION 💥 - ➖ There’s no doubt that water is probably the most important thing we have to ingest. ⠀ But, how Much Water Should You Drink? ⠀ ✅Decided to post this because I’ve been getting many questions asking about how much water you should be drinking! ⠀ ✅After doing the research on this topic hydration is quite complicated and it varies due to many different factors such as age, gender, weight, height, fitness level, type of activity, duration of activity, etc. ⠀ 💥However, new guidelines were published by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies for Hydration DURING Exercise: ⠀ 💧Drink no more than 1 cup of water every twenty minutes. ⠀ 💧You can also weight yourself before and after you exercise to get a sense of how much fluid you typically lose. One pound is equivalent to approximately 700ml of fluid. ⠀ ❗️Hydration is more than just drinking water! When doing intense activity or activity lasting longer more than 20mins (sweating), you must replenish your: 💧SODIUM, POTASSIUM and MAGNESIUM.❤️ (electrolytes) ⠀ 💚These minerals are responsible for many essential chemical reactions in your body that allow your muscles to contract, as well as your brain and cells to perform. ⠀ Hope you guys liked this. I found it super interesting to learn about. Stay hydrated! ⠀ . . . 📸 @kyle.coughlan
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69 55524:23 PM Jul 9, 2018
Good morning ☀️
I hate being late for things. My anxiety is through the roof and I’m most likely sweating uncontrollably, which makes being late SO much worse. Sweaty + late = no freaking thank you. 👋🏼
Can any of you relate? 🤷🏼♀️
I signed up for a Pilates class early this week and I ended up getting lost. Like, I was in Chinatown lost. I feel like every state has a Chinatown, so you probably are aware that it’s not a Pilates Mecca. I might as well have been in actual China. 🤘🏼Instead of going (I was not showing up late) I ended up going into a bookstore. And I was like ya know what? Let’s read this.
It’s really good. It’s about realizing what actually matters and figuring out how to actually prioritize the things you care about. Needless to say, in the grand scheme of things, being late is NBD, so I need chill ⛄️ Also, this slice of sourdough bread avocado & egg were delicioso. That’s Spanish for delicious. I’m practicing my Spanish by doing Duolingo every morning 🤣
16 10120 hours ago
Five to do tips if you overdid it on the weekend (I’m doing these after 5 days on @hamiltonisland with delicious eats and buffet brekkies!)
1. Get back on the wagon today. By saying 'I'll start tomorrow’ we unhealthily give ourselves permission to go overboard for another day.
2. Increase good gut bacteria. Overindulging causes imbalance of our gut microbiota making us feel sluggish. Find a way to include some sauerkraut, yoghurt, kefir or miso.
3. Focus on fibre rich foods to support good digestion and feed the good bacteria.
4. Prioritise salad & veg- include some at every meal and snack.
5. Drink plenty of water to rehydrate and get your digestive system functioning better. Also- thirst can be mistaken for hunger especially when you feel flat.
And feeling guilty is pointless! Enjoying food is a part of life and provided you keep yourself in check most of the time- some indulgence is ok!
Switching to Sherwood’s hay-based formula is easier on your pet. The reason why it is popular to slowly switch the diet of a rabbit, guinea pig, or chinchilla over a period of days to weeks is to prevent the rapid growth of bad bacteria as they adjust to a new diet. This is most likely to occur when the switch is introducing more carbohydrates (or a different source) and/or soy into the diet.
Switching from a grain/soy-based diet to a hay-based diet is a lot easier on your pet. In fact most rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas can make the switch in a single day although some resist switching to this healthier diet. For this reason it is best to mix the new food with the old food for a while. However, don’t be surprised if your pet picks out and only eats the new fresher Sherwood Food!
Buy yours today! See, smell and experience what perfect nutrition can do for your pets! You can be Worry free!!
1 16120 hours ago
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