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Nutrition 101 - Developed by Coach MB for The Foundry

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Transcript of Nutrition 101 - Developed by Coach MB for The Foundry

HOW DID I GET HERE?
Early stage sugar addiction
First taste of strength
and conditioning
College Life
Turning the corner
Nutrition 101
CrossFit's Definition of
Fitness
Nutrition Celebrities:
Macronutrients
CARBS
50 Shades of Sugar
Practice and train major lifts: Deadlift, clean, squat, presses, C&J, and snatch. Similarly, master the basics of gymnastics: pull-ups, dips, rope climb, push-ups, sit-ups, presses to handstand, pirouettes, flips, splits, and holds. Bike, run, swim, row, etc, hard and fast. Five or six days per week mix these elements in as many combinations and patterns as creativity will allow. Routine is the enemy. Keep workouts short and intense. Regularly learn and play new sports.
Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat...
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
Carbohydrates are the body's primary fuel source
Broken down into glucose in the digestive tract and either stored for later use or converted to ATP
ATP = the "power source" of life
Our body's highest priority is the formation of ATP - without it, we stop working - period.
The Facts Behind the Fear
We simply are not using up our glycogen stores as quickly as we once did (pre-industrial revolution)
Hidden/Added sugar is sabotaging our body's natural equilibrium
Insulin = storage hormone
Hyperinsulinemia = insulin resistance caused by too much insulin in the body
Agave Nectar
Barley Malt
Beet Sugar
Brown Rice Syrup
Brown Sugar
Buttered Sugar
Cane Juice Crystals
Cane Juice
Cane Sugar
Caramel
Carob Syrup
Caster Sugar
Coconut Sugar
Corn Sweetener
Corn Syrup
Corn Syrup Solids
Crystalline Fructose
Date Sugar
Demara Sugar
Dextran
Diastatic Malt
Diatase
Ethyl Maltol
Evaporated Cane Juice
Fructose
Fruit Juice Concentrates
Galactose
Glucose
Golden Sugar
Golden Syrup
High Fructose Corn Syrup
Honey
Invert Sugar
Lactose
Malt Syrup
Maltodextrin
Maltose
Maple Syrup
Molasses
Muscovado Sugar
Organic Raw Sugar
Oat Syrup
Panela
Panocha
Confectioners' Sugar
Rice Bran Syrup
Rice Syrup
Sorghum
Source: http://www.prevention.com/food/healthy-eating-tips/57-names-sugar/
Blue Zone Studies
Introduction to Healthy Habits
FAT
PROTEIN
Caloric vs. Nutrient Density
The Hierarchy of Food Quality
"Primary" Food
Primary Food is made up of lifestyle factors outside of food and drink that impact your health, including:
Physical activity
Career
Relationships
Spirituality
While commonly dismissed as subjective, the mind-body connection is very real - environmental and lifestyle factors play a crucial role in the chemistry and equilibrium of your body.
The 9 Common Themes in Blue Zones
1. They move naturally
Encouraged to walk or inconvenienced homes that require walking
All tend to have a garden
Make bread and tortillas by hand
Willful physical activity is almost always a walk and not a willful activity
2. Daily Rest:
Prayer, Meditation, Ancestor Veneration, Naps, or Happy Hour
3. They know their sense of purpose
FUN FACT: If you can articulate your purpose in one sentence, your life expectancy goes up by 8 years
4. They all drink in moderation (daily) - about 2-4 glasses a day
5. Eat a plant based diet and meat roughly 5 times a month
Beans are the cornerstone of the diet - 5 to 7 times as many beans as we eat
Nuts is the universal snack - FUN FACT: a handful of nuts a day, 5 days a week, increases life expectancy by 2-3 years
6. Breakfast like a King, Lunch like a Prince, and Dinner like a Pauper
Pre-plating food as opposed to eating family style results in 20 - 30% less consumed
7. How we connect - putting family first: they invest in aging parents, spouses, and children
8. Belonging to a faith - results in 4 to 14 additional years in life expectancy
9. Thinking about who you hang out with - augment your social network in the right way
Track 1 - Fat Loss (#shredz)
Track 2: Muscle Gain (#Gainz)
Questions???
(Conduted by Dan Buettner)
The "low-fat" craze of the past two to three decades has lead to major misconceptions.
The largest fuel depot in the body:
Primary nutrient involved in energy transfer during periods of low energy demand (i.e. daily life).
Assists in the manufacturing and balance of hormones.
Forms our cell membranes.
Forms our brain and nervous systems.
Helps to transport fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K.
Provides two essential fatty acids that the body can't make: Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids.
Counter intuitively, Increased intake of dietary fat can lead to increase in fat loss.
Conventional
"All-Natural"
Organic
Grass-Fed/
Pastured
90-Day nutrition and lifestyle program to help you achieve your body composition goals
Two tracks: Fat-loss and Muscle Gain
Long-term format to provide you with a true foundation - not a "quick fix"
Teams and mentors for accountability and support
RX = ONE NEW HABIT EVERY TWO WEEKS
RX+ = TWO NEW HABITS EVERY TWO WEEKS
Scorecard to track your progress
Rewards for compliance and most significant transformations - individual and team
DISCLAIMERS
RX: Begin tracking food/drink intake in Wodify Food Journal.

RX+: Follow the Precision Nutrition "Anytime Plate" for all meals

RX: Begin tracking food/drink intake in Wodify Food Journal.

RX+: Follow the Precision Nutrition "Anytime Plate" for all meals


I am not a Medical Doctor, nor do I claim to be a replacement for one. If a habit is introduced that goes against a prescription from a medical professional, NOTIFY ME and DON'T PARTICIPATE IN THAT HABIT CHANGE.
If you have known food allergies, sensitivities, etc. DON'T EAT THOSE FOODS. We will adapt the program to your needs.
If you have questions/concerns about ANYTHING in the program, TELL ME.
YOUR SAFETY & SUCCESS IS MY TOP PRIORITY!
The "building block" of the body
Broken down by the body into essential amino acids (only available through dietary protein).
Responsible for multiple vital functions including:
Energy via the formation of glucose, ketone bodies, cholesterol, and fatty acids in the liver.
Muscle structure
Hormone production
Immune function
Satiety (feeling full)
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