Blood tests are an important tool to understand the status of our health. Blood testing can help us detect and treat many health problems before they become unmanageable. In many cases, early detection combined with changes in lifestyle habits (nutrition, diet, exercise, etc.) can improve health and combat diseases. Today, I will focus on the topic of blood glucose levels and our ability to prevent the development of diabetes through lifestyle changes. Blood tests results
Everyone who loves to train recognizes the feeling of sharp pain during exercise. Ohhh NO!!! Muscle cramps again! What to do? How can we prevent it and how does nutrition contribute to muscle cramps during workouts? What is a "muscle cramp"? Muscle contractions are a familiar phenomenon in sports, but a very unpleasant one that could force you to stop the activity. There are several nutritional causes for sharp muscle contractions (cramps) during sports. In the following art
How do you know if you're losing weight? Do you feel lighter? Notice changes in the way your clothes fit? Do you get compliments? Or do you believe you are losing weight only when you weigh yourself and see the numbers go down? Do the numbers on the scale always tell the truth and reflect changes in adipose tissue (fat)? Why shouldn't we rely only on the scale's numbers to get feedback when losing fat? The reason is the numbers on the scale do not always give us the correct
Morning training is considered a nutritionally problematic time for many people. The reason is overnight sleep does not prepare us with full energy stores in the muscles (glycogen), and lack of appetite in the morning makes it difficult to eat before the workout. Though many people report they struggle to eat in the morning before training, it is important for them to avoid exercising on an empty stomach. What to do?
You should not eat a full bowl of pasta or a giant sandwic