Recent Posts by Dena L.

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Sep 16, 2018 3:12am

Ask the Pros / What do you eat for breakfast?

Thats actually sounds really good! I typically have my plain old whole grain bread with eggs, peanut butter or if im in the mood of spicing things up, cream cheese and hot peppers!! I love my routines LOL

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Sep 13, 2018 9:06pm

Ask the Pros / What do you eat for breakfast?

Wow Matt! Thank you for the thorough answer! So... What is your go to breakfast on a typical day? :)

15 Sep
My go to would be plain oatmeal, berries, and eggs. Curious to see what others like. If I have a big training day I may have pancakes but limit them lol
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Sep 13, 2018 2:12pm
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Diet & Nutrition / Protein Powder & Supplement for personal use

Truthfully, adding protein mixes into your diet is only necessary if that’s your only protein source. Most people (athletes included) typically consume enough protein everyday without needing additional protein supplements. Speak to a physician or dietitian before adding any supplement to your diet. There may be positive results but negative results are also a possibility.
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Sep 13, 2018 2:08pm
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Nifty 50 Somethings / New 50s Plus Workout

Wow! That’s a lot! I hope that you find success using the app! Best of luck!
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Sep 13, 2018 2:06pm
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Ask the Pros / What do you eat for breakfast?

Hello all! As I’m sure you must have heard at one point or another, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! One reason is because it is what fuels your morning and sets your mind and body on a pattern of health for the rest of the day!
My question is:
What do you eat for breakfast! 🥑🍳🥛☕️

I’d love to hear some great breakfast ideas!
13 Sep
My recommendation would be first look at what you goals are for the day. If you have a more active day more calories are typically needed. Carbohydrates like oatmeal have a good sustainable burn, unlike faster carbohydrates like a refined food. Proteins are also something I would recommend to keep blood sugars level. Eggs, dairy, or even a plant based smoothie could be options for a breakfast. Balance and calories are key in relation to activity level. Always consult your Dr. before starting a diet or exercise program.