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Aside from post-workout nutrition, breakfast is the most important meal of the deal. To curb your hunger from the beginning of the day, eat a meal high in protein like eggs or greek yogurt, fiber rich foods like bananas and complex carbohydrates like oatmeal or whole grain toast with almond butter.
Get into the habit of reading nutrition labels. The longer the list of ingredients there is, the greater chance there is of unhealthy additives and chemicals.
Be careful where you get your information on nutrition, supplements and fitness from. There are a lot of books and magazines that make recommendations only to create debate and grab media attention. The only thing this does is leave you confused with potentially false information.
You won't believe Michael Bublé when he tells you what his wife Luisana has been craving ever since becoming pregnant!
We hope you have a cast-iron stomach! More importantly we hope she has a cast-iron baby in there! Michael says:
Melissa McCarthy's Obnoxious Critic Actually Defends His Nasty Insults About Her Weight! The Audacity!
He just keeps digging himself deeper!
Rex Reed went on a New York radio show this week to defend himself against the backlash he created by poking fun at Melissa McCarthy's weight in the review of her new film with Jason Bateman, Identity Theft!
Rex, for his part, wants the world to know he doesn't think obesity is a laughing matter.
Have you been lied to?? Find out here! The TRUTH exists! LOLz!!
1) High protein diets damage the kidney
- In healthy individuals, there is no evidence of this whatsoever. The Food and Nutrition Board of the National Academies of Science verifies this. Ironically, the opposite (low protein diets) have been shown to reduce optimal kidney functioning. Individuals with renal or kidney failure however, should stray from high protein diets.
2) Dietary cholesterol will increase blood cholesterol levels
- There is mounting evidence that suggests that saturated fat influences blood cholesterol more than dietary cholesterol. Hence, eggs aren’t as bad for you as we once thought.
3) Heating protein will reduce its quality
- Whether you cook it, microwave it, heat it on the stove – it doesn’t matter which method you use, you aren’t losing amino acids. Heating it will denature the amino acids into peptides, but your stomach does that anyway (or will) when you eat protein through the use of digestive enzymes and gastric juices like hydrochloric acid, so no worries.