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  • THE MYTHS OF CALORIES AND WEIGHT MANAGEMENT part 2
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    THE MYTHS OF CALORIES AND WEIGHT MANAGEMENT part 2

    This post is from Designs For Health Research and Education blog. Previously, we discussed the importance of moving an individual’s paradigm away from calorie quantity and toward calorie quality in the battle against obesity. Re-educating individuals about the metabolic differences between protein, fat, and carbohydrates, in regards to obesity, will give ...

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  • ARE MY HABITS BETTER THAN YOURS?
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    ARE MY HABITS BETTER THAN YOURS?

    The first thing I do when I wake up is drink roughly 40 grams of protein in water. Usually it’s a product called Whey Cool by a health practitioners line (Designs For Health). The protein is from grass fed cattle and is produced using proprietary filtration and drying which involves minimal processing. This unique production method ensures that the ...

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  • 10 NUTRITION TIPS TO GET YOU EXTREMELY LEAN
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    10 NUTRITION TIPS TO GET YOU EXTREMELY LEAN

    1. Eat a meat and nut breakfast. The first thing you put in your mouth sets the stage for the day. Food is medicine and has a whole cascade effect hormonally and chemically in your body. You want to increase dopamine and acetyl-choline with your first meal of the day. Those are two neurotransmitters that are responsible for brain speed and brain power. Tha...

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  • IS OVERTRAINING REAL OR OVER-HYPED?
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    IS OVERTRAINING REAL OR OVER-HYPED?

    For your average person just training in the weight room I’m not a big believer in overtraining, but rather under recovering. Just look at the circus de soleil guys. They perform this show multiple times a week and I’m sure train multiple times too and look pretty damn good. A healthy human being can tolerate a lot of work, but if their lifest...

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