In the last decade people are thinking ‘Less meat’, particularly Red meat. In the previous post we explored significant reasons why this is happening. If you haven’t already, check it out (Beef For Who?).
Something of a super food, Salmon is packed with Omega- 3 fatty acids. Its most beneficial attributes to athletes is cardiovascular health, bone and joint protection, better vision, the list goes on and on …
This Fish pairs well with Garlic, Lemon and Herbs.
Chia meant “Strength” in the Mayan language. This old super food is enjoyed by athletes all over the world for its performance enhancing abilities. That aside, chia seeds prevents fatigue, boosts digestive health and skin.
Hemp seeds come from the same family as marijuana but contain less than .3% THC. So no one is getting high from eating hemp seeds.
These tiny seeds are a great source of protein, they help build muscle mass. Hemp doubles in treating anemia and aiding weight loss and help build stronger bones.
Best enjoyed in Power form
Found in the alkaline lakes of Mexico and Africa this blue - green algae is 3.5 billion years old. It has bone marrow reproduction powers and a great source of minerals such as zinc and calcium.
Consult your Doctor on spirunila before going out to purchase it.
There are only 9 calories in a cup of Broccoli-rabe. This vegetable is also a great source of minerals and proteins and highly recommended for weight loss.
Instead of boiling to per-boil your veggies thoroughly by pre-soaking them in warm salt water for 2 min before frying them.
Salt is a natural sterilizer.
It has Detoxifying properties and also promotes the breakdown carbohydrates. These two properties go a long way allowing your body to direct its energy towards performance and exercise.
Wheat grass is commonly enjoyed as a smoothie! Mixing in a little Spirunila with your wheat grass smoothie will create one hell of a kicker
~ YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT ~