Have you ever wondered how you should eat around your workouts? That can change based on your goals and the bodytype you have; typically the general rule of thumb is to keep your starchy carbs around your workouts. Things change if you have a stocky build vs a lean thin frame. Check out this post for more details and an Infographic on each of the bodytypes and the nutrition tips to help you reach your fitness goals.
Cooked Documentary Review
Watching documentaries on food and nutrition is something I do a lot. Most talk about an issue with how something is raised or a particular issue with nutrition. This documentary is different in that it will get you thinking about the foods you eat; only from the standpoint of the history behind how we came to cooking in this way.
I remember this long cook meat sauce cooking on the stove very well. Coming in from school or a day working around the house to the smells of sauce cooking was always a treat. My mother would comment to leave some for dinner as we spooned up bowls to eat with just buttered bread before the paste was added. This recipe can be made in an instant pot, a slow cooker, or the traditional way by slow simmering on the stove.
If you'd like to give this tomato meat sauce a try, click here for the recipe.
I had the Fed Up documentary on my list of things to watch for some
time, the film was released in 2014. Unfortunately life had different
plans, It’s now 2016 and I’m just now watching the film by Stephanie
Soechtig. Many people are interviewed: Katie Couric, Bill Clinton, Mark
Hyman, Michael Pollan, Robert Lustig, Mark Bittman. The film follows a
select group of children struggling with their own obesity issues and
the steps they try to make change.