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Is nutrient timing dead? And does “when” you eat really matter? “Nutrient timing” sounds impressive. Science-y. The way sport and exercise people throw it around, you’d think it must be pretty important. But is it really? Does when you eat really matter? … Continue reading

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diet building: the 10 habits and the staple foods charts

“Achieve success in any area of life by identifying the optimum strategies and repeating them until they become habits.” – Charles J. Givens The 10 Habits Eat every 2-4 hours. Everyone’s meal sizes should be different and this should be based on sex, … Continue reading

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sick and tired of being sick and tired? avoid these foods

Refined, “Empty Calorie” Foods: highly processed flour and grain products such as cookies, cakes, white bread, white pasta, and white rice are stripped of most of their nutrients, leaving you with nothing but a plate full of calories devoid of … Continue reading

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master your eating: metabolic typing questionnaire

When designing a personalized meal plan for yourself, it’s important to understand that not all foods are created equal. A 2,000 calorie meal plan made up of low-quality, processed foods will affect your body differently than a 2,000 calorie meal … Continue reading

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