The Healthy Way Of Living
5 Rules of performance nutrition
Rule 2- The Macro-nutrient Ratio. This consists of fat-proteins-carbohydrates. Also by taking part in daily activities it will determine if you need more carbs or less within your diet.
Rule 3- Ask yourself what you are going to do in the next 3 hours. If you are increasing the type of activity you are taking part in it requires more calories and carbohydrates.
Rule 4- The Calorie Balance
Rule 5- Supplement only as needed
The glycemic index refers to the relative degree to which blood sugar increases after the consumption of food.
Fiber is a compound that only plants contain. They are mainly indigestible complex carbohydrates that make up the plant cell walls. It Promotes efficient intestinal function and helps regulate the even absorption of sugars into the bloodstream
The amino acids important for strength training are Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine.
Whey protein is a mixture of globular proteins isolated from whey it is commonly marketed and ingested as a dietary supplement, and various health claims have been attributed to it in the alternative medicine community.
Casein is versatile protein that has dietary and non-dietary applications. It has also been the subject of studies on allergies.
Anabolism is the metabolic process: a metabolic process in which energy is used to make compounds and tissues from simple molecules.
Catabolism is the production of energy through the conversion of complex molecules into simpler ones.
providing 20g of whey protein every 3 hours leads to a better outcome than consuming meals less frequently, or consuming protein in smaller doses more frequently.
Cholesterol is necessary to form cell membranes for the making of vitamin D on the surface of the skin and making of various hormones.
Medium chain Triglycerides are fatty acids produced from coconut oil and palm kernels. These fat acids are more rapid than long chain trigylcerides.