Learn 3 More PowerStretch™ Eating Tips For Healthier Living
Take a minute to review this PowerStretch™ Workout video. Do you think the people in the video can look that good just by working out rigorously?
I think you know the answer is NO.
Often being disciplined in exercising doesn’t necessarily mean equal willpower in eating. And many PowerStretch™ students do not actually know what constitute healthy eating habits. The last article I posted on “Top 3 PowerStretch™ Eating Tips For Healthier Living” was so well received because I think it made people sit up and realise the importance of healthy eating basics.
So here are 3 more PowerStretch™ Eating Tips For Healthier Living -
NO MORE EXCUSES FOR BAD EATING HABITS!
1. Eat Fruits Frequently
Eat some fresh fruits daily. And if possible eat fruits at or after every meal. If you are working out regularly with PowerStretch™, there’s no question you need fruit in your diet. This is Derrick Ee‘s, your PowerStretch™ master trainer’s key recommendation for diet.
We all know that a diet with plenty of fibres helps against high blood pressure, corpulence, and other factors that increase the chance for a heart disease. The food that contains these healthy (natural) fibres is…. FRUIT!
(b) Fruit Stimulates Our Brain Cells
If you didn’t know yet: according to some research, fruit is the ultimate brain fuel. Fruit has a positive effect on our brains and regular consumption helps you recall information easier and faster…
(c) Fruit Is The Most Natural Food
Fruit is natural food made by/from plants to be eaten and enjoyed by animals and humans in order to spread its seeds.
(d) Fruit Is 100% Bad-Cholesterol Free
Too much cholesterol is not good for our bodies and fruit doesn’t contain much cholesterol. Unlike animal products like meat and dairy contain a lot of cholesterol, fruits are undoubtedly one of THE BEST DIET COMPONENTS.
Eat more vegetables, particularly peas and beans – fresh or dried – because they are a very good low-fat source of protein. Again, you’ll need vegetable if you exercise regularly with Derrick Ee’s PowerStretch™
Like fruits, vegetables are packed full of goodness and often contain a number of essential vitamins and minerals that cannot be found in other types of foods or they may contain higher levels of these nutrients than other foods.
They are made up of water and fibre, which our body needs to help cleanse and rid itself of waste and toxins. Certain vegetables are also rich in vitamins C and E, which are both very powerful antioxidants. Eating dark green vegetables daily could help to protect the body from developing cancerous cells and from suffering heart disease.
3. Avoid Heavily Sweetened Foods
For dental health in addition to your physical health, reduce intake of heavily sweetened foods such as sweets and biscuits.
Ok, that’s it for today – I hope you find this article on More PowerStretch™ Eating Tips useful. Remember head knowledge is not enough – take action to implement these eating tips
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