Coppell personal trainer, Chaney Respondek, one of the trainers at Get You In Shape has made a great Tip on what she has every morning for breakfast.
Everywhere you turn, people are telling you breakfast is important. Your mom, trainers at Boot Camp, TV…everywhere. That’s because it is — it “breaks the fast” of not having any food intake during the night.
According to Katherine Zeratsky, R.D., L.D., of the Mayo Clinic, “prolonged fasting can increase your body’s insulin response which increases fat storage and therefore weight gain.” Several new studies show the importance between the brain and breakfast. Breakfast provides the fuel the brain needs to work efficiently. This is especially true for kids.
So, what is a good breakfast? Basically, it all boils down to protein and good carbs. Avoid refined sugars like sweet cereals and donuts. An example of a good breakfast would be whole grain toast with peanut butter and an apple, or scrambled eggs inside a pita pocket or whole wheat tortilla.
My favorite is the Advocare Meal Replacement Shake (Click Here for information). We start off with the Berry shake and add a lot of frozen fruits (as demonstrated in the video). It is the best and easiest way for our family to start off the day on the right foot. Try a shake for yourself and add your own touch to it. It will definitely help you jump start your brain, your metabolism, your healthy eating habits, and your da
Resistance training causes microscopic trauma in your muscles, and consuming protein after your workouts can help your body repair your muscles and adapt to training by increasing strength