Nutrition For Health
This program comes with free mobile app access so you can access on any mobile device, your TV or just pop in your headphones and listen to instructions! How you fuel and take care of your body is just as important if not more than the workout itself. One of the keys to living fit and reach your fitness goals is what you do to your body when you are not working out. We have hundreds of video discussions about topics designed to fuel better workouts and lifestyle. One time purchase of $1.99. Also included is a downloadable file with meal plans and recipes! Below is some of what is included to help you fuel better workouts!
- survival/why we crave sugar/fat/salt- (brain hardwired to seek out calories, nutrition, and minerals)
- what to avoid for health and why- (what you remove arguably more important than what you add)
- Pro-inflammatory foods (processed foods, toxic fats, GMOs, grains, soy, A1dairy, sugar, alcohol)
- Processed foods, packaged foods, fast food (cheap ingredients, long shelf-life, trans fats and other harmful vegetable oils, fortified with synthetic vitamins that are not bioavailable)
- Vegetable oils (canola, soybean, corn, safflower, sunflower, peanut-high in PUFAs and omega-6)
- Dairy, inflammation, and weight gain (lactose, casein, A1 vs. A2 milk, NCGS, many people who claim to be “lactose intolerant” are actually suffering from A1 casein intolerance)
- + MORE!
How Do We Determine How To Fuel Our Body?
Sample Meal Plan:
Breakfast: Bacon, Eggs, & Sweet Potato Home Fries
Cube the sweet potato into 1⁄2-inch or smaller pieces and sauté over medium heat until tender (about 10-15 minutes, see Sautéing Vegetables for more detail). Optional: add chopped fresh parsley to the pan and let it wilt a bit before serving. While the potatoes are cooking, prepare bacon in a separate pan, reserve fat to cook eggs your favorite way. Try to keep yolks in tact (runny) to prevent oxidization of healthy fats.
• 2 pasture eggs
• 2-3 slices of sugar-free, uncured bacon • 1 medium sweet potato
• parsley (optional)
Lunch: Beef Stew and Roasted Squash Leftovers
Dinner: Bone-In Pork Rib Chop with Sautéed Brussels Sprouts and Cauliflower
Follow "How to Cook a Steak" with the pork chop variation, as well as "Sprouts and Cauliflower"
• 4-6 oz, bone-in pork chop
• 1 cup, brussels sprouts - raw
• 1 cup, cauliflower florets - raw
• 4 strips, bacon, sugar-free, uncured • 1 tsp capers, with liquid