This infographic explains where your food comes from, what's in it, and what toxic things it is doing to your body. Health risks come from everything from diseased animals, pesticides, drugs, and chemicals.
Post-Workout Nutrition – how long do I wait? Consuming a post-workout meal within 2 hours of your gym session will give your body what it needs to repair, grow and build strength for future performance. Ultimately, the timing of your post-workout meal/snack will depend on how hungry you are and how much you ate before your workout. Just like pre-workout meals, post-workout nutrition also depends on what type of training you did and its intensity.
Good Carbs Vs. Bad Carbs Infographic. This photo exposes you to the different types of carbs (simple and complex) and informs you that carbs are good- if you eat the right ones! Complex carbs (ex.rice, grains, etc) are better for you because they provide energy, makes you fuller with fewer calories, theyre high in nutrients, and they boost your metabolism. The other carbs, simple carbs, do the opposite. They make you hungrier for more, have few nutrients, make you tired, etc.
Dr. Joel Fuhrman, internationally-renowned physician and nutrition expert, and author of several best-selling books, including Eat to Live, was another one of my favorite guests on What Would Julieanna Do? on Veria Living. In this segment, he shares his important information on GBOMBS: