Beetroot juice has become a popular supplement for many athletes, many of them runners especially. Beetroot is a rich source of many anti-oxidants and drinking beet juice raises nitric oxide levels in our bodies This nitric oxide increases blood flow, improves lung function and strengthens muscular contraction. Beetroot also greatly improves our cardio-respiratory system and fitness because it opens up our blood vessels so that an increased amount of oxygenised blood can work it’s way to our muscles. Nitric oxide also ensures that a much greater oxygen intake inside the muscles 💪 is able to occur. Beet juice has allegedly … Continue reading Benefits of Beet for Athletes
Beans As well as being great fuel for long runs, these carbs are also high in anti-inflammatory bodies. Try to eat them every other day. 2. Mixed berries Berries can reduce the risk of neuron loss and improve mental performance. I personally love berries and have them daily on my porridge and find they are a great start to the day. Try to eat berries at least twice a week. 3. Colourful Veggies Colour in food means food Is rich in anti-oxidants, which can help protect neurons. Definitely try to eat these once a day. 4. Greens Rich in folate, … Continue reading Best foods for a strong mind and strong body
Sweet Potatoes are perhaps the best vegetable and one of the best sources of Carbs that we can eat. Not only that, they are packed with vitamin a and vitamin a is a fat-soluble vitamin which can help to hugely … Continue reading Why we should all be eating more Sweet Potatoes
We all love avocados, heck they’re incredibly high in healthy fats. Tim Tebow swears by them and puts them in smoothies; Halle Berry lives off them in some part due to her Ketogenic diet ( that’s a debate for another … Continue reading Holy Moly Guacamole; Why can an Avocado 🥑 a day be so beneficial?
There is now evidence to suggest that there is evidence to suggest a huge correlations between Athletes, exercisers and the consumption of fibrous foods and a healthy diet can massively reduce your risks of developing harmful cells, especially cancerous ones. … Continue reading Correlation between athletes, diet and fighting damaging cells