Every person is different in their own ways; race, gender, height, weight, name, birthdate etc. Everyone has different nutrition goals and what they feel like what needs to be worked on the most. There are approximately 60 nutrients which are placed in six major categories: proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water.
Nutrients are divided into two major groups: macronutrients and micronutrients. Macronutrients include protein, carbohydrates, water, and fats. Micronutrients are vitamins and minerals. A customized nutrition program will allow you to feel confident and bring the best person out of you. I will assess you, to see where you currently are in terms of your diet. We all have different careers and extracurriculars with various amounts of physical activities. I will differentiate my program according to your individualized needs. I hope that you will begin to love pushing your body to new limits!
It takes 3500 calories to make a pound.
The human digestive system is home to between 10 and 100 trillion bacteria, at least 10 times the amount of cells in the body. Some scholars speculate that intestinal bacteria differ in lean and obese people.
Eggs contain the highest quality food protein known. All parts of an egg are edible, including the shell which has a high calcium content.
Cardiac muscle, found only in the heart, is responsible for the lifelong pumping action of the heart. Cardiac muscle fibre is short, branching and completely encircled by a membrane. Cardiac muscle cells are tightly bound together with membranes so permeable to electric impulse that they act as a mass of merged cells.
A muscle moves by contracting. And by its motion, you move. As a machine for moving, a muscle is relatively efficient. It normally uses about 35 to 50 percent of its potential energy.
By the age of 65, individuals who haven’t engaged in exercise on a regular basis may incur a decrease in their muscular strength level by as much as 80 percent.