Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: the Paleo recipe of the week featuring bacon, cranberry, almond energy bars, what not to do for breakfast, why you should keep a food diary, three ways to sustain and expand your energy, and why you may want to consider chocolate milk…. All that and much much more.
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Blast from our past: Why it’s good to keep a food diary.
Paleo recipe of the week: cranberry, bacon, almond energy bars.
The Best Health and Fitness News From The Week
Surprise surprise…but according to the Centers for Disease Control, restaurants help to spread Norovirus (the bug that makes your stomach ache while you throw up and have diarrhea).
Should you be drinking chocolate milk? If you’re a swimmer you might want to – swim times are a lot faster when swimmers recover with chocolate milk.
Something I’ve been saying for a while: Feed your children fruits and vegetables early on in life.
The more “tastes” of highly sweetened foods your child has before they develop a taste for what nature has to offer, the less likely they will be inclined to keep up with healthy foods.
Men have won the battle of the sexes. Turns out, men build more protein in their muscles than women during sprint interval training.
The Worst Health and Fitness News This Week
What not to do when eating breakfast:
A recent CBS article was talking about a recent study coming out showing that skipping breakfast in “healthy overweight” (unless you’re a professional athlete, you’re not a “healthy overweight” individual) and obese people. The results: skipping breakfast didn’t have an impact. What bugs me about the articles advice – it states, breakfast is ALWAYS important in the long run (correct there) but,
Because of breakfast’s potential nutritional value, Ayoob recommends always eating it, whether you want to lose weight or not, even if it is just “cereal, milk, and a banana,” which only takes a few minutes.
Cereal, milk, and a banana is not a sound strategy for breakfast. End of story. You’ll be binge eating by 11am. People need fulfilling calories – protein and fat. Nobody needs that many carbohydrates for breakfast without any protein or fat.
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