So if you’ve got the right goal, how about the right steps to take you there? How do you break it down? Here’s a few tips/steps: What’s the BIG goal? What’s the date you are looking to achieve it? How can you break it down into smaller steps? Let’s say that your BIG goal is for … Continue reading Do you have the RIGHT game plan?
In this video, I share some thoughts after missing my yoga class and sharing why I feel the need to grow, share, and live out my potential. I had to remember that there are people going through MUCH more stressful things than I missing my class .. and then remembered once again why I do … Continue reading Reel in the Positivity and Do your “X”
https://youtu.be/UEYDdtqdROc What is the vision you have for yourself, your health, your wellness, your fitness, your career, your relationships, your life?? Convergence is the day that you look around and realize that what you set out to create has come together. How do you get there? What should you expect along the journey? How do … Continue reading Physical Energy Affects Everything – Video 5 of 5
The Food and Nutrition Board sets the AMDRs (Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges). This is a general recommendation for individuals: Fat: 20-35% Carbs: 45-65% Protein: 10-35% Fats: also known as lipids, are a group of compounds that are soluble in organic solvents but not in water. They provide energy, caloric reserve, insulation and protection, satiety value … Continue reading Info on Healthy Fats/Lipids
Role of fiber in health One of the greatest contributions made by dietary complex carbohydrate is fiber. Higher intakes of dietary fiber are associated with lower incidence of heart disease and certain types of cancer. Fiber is an indigestible carbohydrate. Recommended intake is 38g/day for men ages 19-50 and 25g/day for women ages 19-50. Soluble … Continue reading The Importance of Fiber
The Food and Nutrition Board sets the AMDRs (Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges). This is a general recommendation for individuals: Fat: 20-35% Carbs: 45-65% Protein: 10-35% Proteins: large, complex compounds consisting of many amino acids connected in varying sequences and forming unique shapes. The primary function of protein is to build and repair body tissues and … Continue reading Information on Protein
DISCLAIMER Remember, nutrition is truly a science – it is dynamic, changing, and growing with each new finding. Be mindful to follow credible sources for your nutrition information. Here is a recommended list: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Journal of the American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Science Alliance (FANSA): American College of Nutrition (CAN) … Continue reading How to Sift Between Nutritional Info and Hype