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Nutrition Level 2


Now that you have the basics, are you ready to put into practice? Nutrition Level 2 contains some longer workouts with dumbbells, bands and more. Plus it covers topics and habits to implement:

  • Balanced Meal. Get a deep dive on what actually makes a well balanced meal. What types of food does this include and what is the role food plays in our lives?
  • Meal Timing. Watch a deep dive and thorough written piece about how many meals you should be eating per day, how long you should wait between meals and why eating every couple hours might not be the recipe to success for boosting your metabolism.
  • Meal Prepping. When it comes to meal prepping, it can seem overwhelming as you try to search for the perfect recipes that taste delicious AND are also aligned with your health goals AND will also be a meal you want as leftovers the next day. 
  • Mindful Eating. First I’m going to explain why mindful eating is important. Then I’m going to take you through a short exercise that will change the way you eat from here on out. 
  • Hydration
  • Protein. When you eat protein, your digestive processes in your stomach and small intestine break it down into amino acids. The free amino acids then enter the blood and get carried to cells throughout your body.  I’m sure you’ve been told that you need to eat protein for building and maintaining muscle.
  • Fats. Each different macronutrient has a different effect on the body. As we’ve discussed in other videos, protein triggers satiety hormones.Amino acids which our body uses to make hormones, enzymes, and build muscle. In addition to this protein triggers satiety hormones. Carbohydrates break down into glucose, providing immediate energy and stimulate the release of your storing hormone insulin.
  • Carbs. Carbohydrates are not bad. However, there’s a big difference in the type of carbohydrates you consume and the implications it has on your health. In this video we’re going to go over how different types of carbohydrates affect your body, how much you really need, the best sources to consume and what you can do to optimize your metabolic health without having to avoid carbs altogether.