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Jewel Powell

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Transcript of Nutrition

Nutrition Justin Serene and Matt Dawkins Nuts/Seeds Vegetables Meat The Basics Eat meats and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starches and no sugar.

Keep intake to a level that supports exercise but doesn't promote the accumulation of body fat. Ideally:
Naturally Raised
Grain Free
Drug Free Your diet should focus primarily on garden vegetables. The human body's ability to manage a multitude of highly complex interactions to maintain balance or return systems to functioning within a normal range. Homeostasis (constant-stable) The Body is Like Weather... Weather, wind and storms are the Earth's attempt to balance itself. Your Body Cannot Use the Chemicals in Processed Foods Fruit Starches What is sometimes called a nut is not always a nut 2 oz. Fish
14g Protein Animal Proteins vs. Plant Proteins 2 oz. Macaroni
2g Protein 2 oz. Beans
5g Protein Protein, much like carbohydrates and fats, contains Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen.
But this complex chemical structure contains one very crucial element that others do not, Nitrogen. 9 Essential/Indespensable Amino Acids Cannot
be Made in the Body and Must be Supplied in
the Diet. Non-essential (Dispensable) Amino Acids
Can be Made Up in the Body. 11 6 of These Amino Acids are Conditionally
Indispensable. Animal Protein is a Complete Protein and contains all 20 AAs in the Proper Proportion Optimal for Human Consumption. Plant Proteins are Usually Regarded as Less Quality Proteins even though they still provide a Well-balanced source of AAs Optimal for Growth and Development. Metabolism and Function Enzymes Break Down Complex
Proteins Like This: Protein Polypeptides Individual Amino Acids Why Good Fats (EFA) are Necessary Benefits Skin Cells and Fatty Acids Prevents Acne Moderate Mood Swings Omega 3 and Omega 6 are Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids How Much No less than 2 grams and as much as 4 to 6 grams per day of Omega 3 Supplementation : 1 1 Omega-3 Omega-6 Effects of too Little: Brittle Nails & Dry Thinning Hair
Chronic Degenerative Disease
Dry, Itchy, Scaly Skin Including Cracked Fingers and Heels
Fat Around the Middle & Overall Flabby Body
Insomina & Extreme Fatigue
Mood Swings, Depression & Other Emotional Disorders
Sugar & Stimulant Cravings Sources of Good Fats Healthy Monounsaturated Fats to
Eat at Room Temperature: Sources of Omega 3: Healthy Saturated Fats to Eat at
Room Temperature: Butter
Cocoa Butter
Coconut Butter or Oil
Nutmeg Oil
Palm Kernel Oil
Shea Nut Oil
Sour Cream Almond Oil
Apricot Kernel Oil
Avocado Oil
Black Currant Oil
Grape Seed Oil
Hazelnut Oil
Mustard Oil
Sesame Oil Blue-green Algae
Chia Seeds
Sea Algae
Fish Oil
Flaxseed Oil
Hemp Oil
Mackeral Oil
Pumpkin Oil
Salmon Oil
Sardine Oil
Tuna Fish
Walnuts & Oil Protein Simple Carbs Complex Carbs Too Much is Bad 100-150 Grams a Day
Primal Blueprint Maintenance Range 300 or More Grams a Day
Danger Zone! 150-300 Grams a Day
Steady, Insidious
Weight Gain 50-100 Grams a Day
Primal Sweet Spot for Effortless Weightloss 0-50 Grams a Day
Ketosis and Accelerated Fat Burning Guidelines for Carb Consumption Questions?
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