Health & Nutrition Articles
Do you “let yourself go” when you travel . . . and eat whatever you want?
Traveling can be one of the greatest blessings. To experience different parts of the world: the culture, the food, the history—it can all be wonderful.
However, travel for most of us usually means work, not vacation. Sometimes there is a chance to experience something new on a work trip, but that doesn’t happen often. Time is money, and schedules are often tight.
First of all, I would encourage you to not feel like you need to pick only one gym. You don’t need to pick only one kind of exercise, and you can pick multiple gyms, too.
Our bodies are not able to do the same thing over and over without proper rest and proper variety. If we do not acknowledge this fact, we invite injury—and a step backward from our commitments.
First, let’s understand that proteins are one of three macronutrients. When you hear “macronutrients” or “macro’s,” that refers to the Carbs, Fats, and Proteins of a food source.
All food is made up of either Carbs, Fats, or Proteins. These are what our body uses for energy, recovery, growth, etc.
Micronutrients = vitamins and minerals, etc. (think of them as keys to unlock doors for certain functions in your body to happen). They are not used for energy like macronutrients are, but they make it possible to use the energy macro’s provide.
MinusCal is simple: We are a driven group of people who want to change the trending landscape of America and the world—a world where heart health is under attack by nutritional deception, and where money has driven decisions instead of quality.
As we’ve said, the heart is the most important muscle in the body. It works harder than any other muscle, and it works constantly. I compared it to a car engine and drew parallels to highlight the importance of caring for the “engine” of the human body.
If it stops, you stop. That’s no bueno.
The heart has become a major focus in the medical world, and I want to take a moment to explain to you why this is true.
The heart can benefit greatly from tea, but how much green tea do you drink?
Well, we want to give you some practical ways to make green tea a bigger part of your life, so the rest of this article will help you do that.
Let’s dive into the importance of the heart before we go on with practical advice around tea and the heart.
One of my favorite studies on this subject (which I am having a terrible time finding and will have to link to later) measures how much two groups ate for lunch. One group went on a “nature walk” before lunch as a group building exercise while the other did the same walk but was told it was for “exercise”.
Eating smaller portions might sound simple, but it requires quite an overhaul of many people’s habits and routines. One study of two groups of randomly selected adults eating ice cream reveals an interesting observation about people.
They served themselves and were allowed to have as much ice cream as they wanted. The only difference was the size of the bowls and the ice cream scoops. The results? Read this article to learn more.