Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Childhood Diet Influences Future Health

A University of Calgary researcher has evidence that your childhood diet may affect your body's ability to gain and lose fat and muscle later in life. Follow the link on the quote to read the rest of this article:
"If you have trouble keeping weight off and you're wondering why- the surprising answer may well be the cheeseburgers you ate- when you were a toddler..."

Fresh Tuesday: Meals and Training
My Tuesday went well- how was yours? The following is a summary and the picture above is a homage to the brilliant fresh organic carrots I found for a great price at the farmer's market this weekend.
515am- slept in instead of a workout; first time in a long time where I just gave into my body's need to sleep. Felt good and I still have my second workout later.
730am- 6 egg whites, 1/2c raw pepper omlette, 1/4c creamy rice cereal, 2Tbsp raisins, 2T flax, 2T salba, 2T psyllium fibre, 1Tbsp coconut oil, 2c mate tea
1030am- 3oz chicken breast chunks, 1/2c brown rice, 2Tbsp HP sauce
12-1pm- 40 min fitness class (weights and cardio)
130pm- 3oz ground turkey with 1c sauted vegetables chili, 1 apple
430-3oz chicken breast strips with 8oz raw organic carrots
700- 3oz shrimp, 1.5c sauted vegetables, 1c lemon tea
Supplements: 2 multivitamins, calcium, fish oil, holy basil, adrenal support

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