Project Breadcrumb Trail kicked off year two with the series “Man Cannot Live on Bread Alone.” I was sent several messages and questions throughout the series. As a few more questions have trickled in, I will share them along with my responses in an extra addition post today! Q) What are some sweet treats you recommend? A) It’s always challenging to find a balance between … [Read more...] about More of Your Questions Answered!
Most people would think the term “time under tension” referred to stress in life. While this is partially accurate, time under tension is a method of strength training. The next time you are at the gym, take a look around at the people lifting weights. You’ll likely notice people repping out bicep curls and bent over rows. You may also notice others doing the same exercises, … [Read more...] about Using Time Under Tension to Increase Strength
The last six weeks of macronutrient related content was inspired by me feeling disheartened by 1) the lack of focus and lack of information being disseminated regarding preventive health measures and 2) the incentives being used to promote vaccinations that directly contribute to the main conditions which prove to be most detrimental to recovery, like diabetes and obesity. I … [Read more...] about If Jesus was a Macronutrient…..
Welcome back to your regularly scheduled programming! This week we’ll look at the following questions: ❓Who are you (aka, me, Maria) to give advice on health and nutrition? ❓What do you think of the Keto diet? ❓How do you portion foods that do not have a food label? ❓What’s the easiest way to weigh and measure food? Let’s take it from the top. Who am I? That in itself is … [Read more...] about Your Questions Answered: Macros, Calories, Keto, Portions.
This week we are going to 'Geek Out', so make sure you eat your wheaties before diving in! Make sure to weigh and measure them though, or it defeats the purpose of this series! 😂 The purpose of this series is to paint a picture of the best macronutrient balance for our bodies. We’ve learned the daily percentage of calories that should come from the three macronutrients and … [Read more...] about Putting it all together … Portioning carbohydrates and fat.