Green, Red, Orange, White, and Purple! All fun colors, but they're not just for looking at. They present a guide for what kinds of fruits and vegetables to have. Each color representing certain nutrients that are unique to the color. You see, these colors tell us what phytonutrients are inside, and you want to get at least a cup of each to maximize your health. Here's a great little cheat sheet to help you out.
There's always conflicting information out there about what you should eat, what you shouldn't eat. Frankly it can get very confusing, especially when there are foods that you were told were bad for you are actually quite beneficial. Here are 7 foods that make the list, with my favorite being eggs, as eggs make people panic. You're missing out on a lot of key vitamins and mineral by skipping the yolk.
Are you stressed? Did you know that high stress levels can lead to an increase in body fat through several hormonal pathways? Its a delicate balance of several hormones, namely insulin & cortisol.
The takeaway from this article is to manage your stress levels along with your blood sugar and by all means avoid combining high stress with high sugar crap foods.
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Side Plank 40s
Dead Bug 20x
Ab Runner 20x
KB/DB Snatch 5 x 5 each arm
Elevated Split Squat
KB Swing 20