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August 15, 2017

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Fruits for Weight Loss

Eat fresh fruit instead of drinking fruit juice. Juice is often sweetened with sugar, but fresh fruit has natural sugars.

When you eat fruit, you are taking in a lot of fiber, which the body needs, and fruit is an excellent source of vitamins.

Choose fresh fruit instead of processed fruit. Processed and canned fruit does not have as much fiber as fresh fruit and processed and canned fruit is nearly always sweetened with sugar.

Fruits help you to increase your fiber intake. Your body needs a lot of fiber, so try to include it in your diet. Eat as many fruits and vegetables as you can.

If you have a craving for fruit juice, try making your own. There are lots of juicing machines on the market.

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"It takes no more effort to expect the best, than to fear the worst. It's healthier, more productive, and a lot more fun!"
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"Why not seize the pleasure at once? How often is happiness destroyed by preparation, foolish preparation!"
– Jane Austen

REPORT: "Power Nutrition for Elite Focus and Fitness"

When you're setting out to improve your life, nutrition is one focal point where you have to make changes and take control over what is going into your body. That doesn't mean deprivation, either.

You want to keep in mind that food has cultural significance.

We use it in celebrations and for comfort and as long as it's not a problem for you where the food controls you, you can continue enjoying meals and favorites.

But you do need to recognize food as more than a feel good stimulus, too. It's fuel that contributes to both your physical and mental well-being. So let's look at it from an Elite Power Fitness point of view.

Food Is Fuel for Your Body

The majority of your meals should be fuel for your body - energy that helps sustain you throughout your day.

Experts vary on what kind of nutrition they feel works best, so you'll have some decisions to make.

But keep in mind the basic advice of pairing proteins and carbs at every meal. Your body uses the protein to help rebuild your muscles and to keep you feeling satiated until the next meal.

The carbs are necessary, too. You'll be using carbs as energy sources for your body. Carbs are usually things like fruit, but they can also be things like pastry.

You will obviously want to make more healthy choices now that you're working on a Warrior regimen, but if you have a craving or a sweet tooth, it's okay to indulge moderately once in awhile.

It's best to pair things like an apple or a whole grain cracker with a protein like turkey or chicken or peanut butter.

Select your favorite high quality proteins and carbs and have them available throughout the day.

Now that you're engaged in two hour power workouts, it's imperative that you give your body enough energy to complete the challenges you're presenting to it. Look for raw foods to snack on that are healthy for you.

Make sure you are eating enough food, too. Some people get into a diet mindset when they start a fitness routine, but this program requires ample stores of food for fuel, so don't skimp or you'll suffer the consequences.

Nutrition That Fine Tunes Your Mental Abilities

There are several things you want to watch out for when it comes to nutrition and how it affects your mind on a day-to-day basis.

In order to handle stress and feel better than you have in a long time, you want to choose foods that contribute to healthy brain function and mood stabilization.

Omega-3 foods like oily fish (think tuna or salmon) help your brain function better. It's also going to contribute to better heart health, which is important because you're going to be pushing your boundaries constantly.

Almonds and walnuts - as well as some other nuts and seeds - have the ability to stave off mental issues such as cognitive decline as you age. Buy the best raw, unsalted nuts and seeds you can afford.

Berries are a rich mixture of antioxidants, and although blueberries rank top of the list in what they can do for your health, you can also use strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and more to help with mental strength.

Vitamin D foods can pack a punch in terms of clearing mental fog and contributing to your overall physical health, too. You can find vitamin D in foods like milk, fish and oranges.

Leafy green vegetables are very important to your mental fortitude. You can eat raw salads, bake them (think spinach or kale chips), or put them in a pan and cook them al dente with a little fresh garlic.

Don't overcook your foods. Whether it's lean meats or green vegetables, cooking foods too long saps the nutrients out of them and in some cases (such as charred meats) - contributes to the development of cancer.

Fats are necessary for your brain health, too. But instead of a spoonful of frosting, choose half of an avocado. It's a monounsaturated fat, the kind that helps, not hurts your body.

Some people give up grains when they're dieting, but you can stick to whole grains to nourish your body and help your brain get more oxygen since the blood flow will be improved with this type of grain instead of white grains.

If you're in a career where you need to use your mind a lot - like creativity and strategic thinking - try adding plenty of zinc foods to your diet. Pumpkin seeds are a great snack for this purpose.

Don't get tricked by some foods that make you perceive them to be healthy or low calorie when they're not.

Granted, your body will use more calories during intense training, but a bag of trailmix might have lots of sugar and calories when to you, it looks healthy because you see bits of granola in the bag.

Forget About Dieting

Now is not the time to diet or starve your body. You're embarking on a high level intense workout, and top performers know that if you stop fueling your body with enough calories and proper nutrition, it won't be able to perform.

Your goal is strength and power. You can't restrict your body's intake of fuel and expect it to be able to provide you with strength and stamina - or even mental power.

You basically want to do two things when it comes to eating properly. The first is to listen to your body. Eat when you're hungry and stop when you're no longer hungry.

Don't allow yourself to become ravenous with hunger - and never stuff yourself to the point of feeling ill you're so full.

You want to create a chart between 0 and 10 - with 0 being starved and 10 being stuffed, and stay somewhere in the middle.

This is a difficult habit to learn, but you're really just reverting back to what you acted like as a baby.

You cried for nourishment when you were hungry and when you were fed, you used your tongue to push the bottle away when your stomach was satisfied.

In the beginning of your life, you probably ate every two hours - and then it lessened. You listened to your body. You need to train yourself to get back to that state.

Your hunger cues will tell you when you're in need of fuel. However, you also might want to work on revving up your metabolism if you're pursing this training as a way of shedding fat and getting in shape.

Eating on a two-hour schedule (just like when you were an infant) is the best way to do that. Get up and eat breakfast, then have a snack two hours later. Eat lunch two hours after your snack, and another snack two hours after lunch.

You can then eat dinner two hours after your last snack - and that way you won't be going to bed with an overly full stomach, but you'll feel content and satisfied with what your body has consumed throughout the day, so you won't feel deprived.

If weight loss isn't your goal, but strength training is more of a focal point for you, then you might pursue a different option - one where you're loading up on food as fuel in three or more bulk meals per day.

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REPORT: "Power Nutrition for Elite Focus and Fitness" continued:

Organized and Pre-Planned Nutrition

This routine is a big undertaking. It's something that will deliver a great deal of happiness to you in terms of physical strength and mental happiness.

But if you're already a busy individual, then you might consider the nutritional portion of this plan overwhelming.

That's why it's a good idea to plan out your meals ahead of time - and stay organized with your foods so that they're quick, easy and convenient to access when you need them.

Start by planning your meals. You can do this online using technology and apps - or do it the old fashioned, offline way - whatever works for you. Don't just plan dinners, though.


* Breakfasts
* Snacks
* Lunches
* Dinners

Shopping lists should be made ahead of time, too. Make sure you give yourself some options for days when something creeps up on you and you don't have time to cook, but need a convenient meal to go instead.

Containers that divvy up your snacks and lunches will be very handy in your household. You can get things like Bento boxes for your lunches that help you pack a healthful, variety-packed meal that will satisfy you.

Try not to rely solely on supplements or shakes to get your nutrition. While shakes can help with weight loss, the intense regimen you're pursuing requires substances, too.

Supplements to Enhance Your Training

Supplements, in and of themselves, are not the bad guys when it comes to fueling your body. It's just that relying solely on them - or relying on them more than real food isn't a good idea.

Still, there are supplements that help you achieve the nutrients your body needs on a regular basis - especially under this kind of high level training program. Supplements can come in pill form, but they can also come as drinks.

Earlier, we spoke about vitamin D as an important part of your mental and physical health. Although you spend some time in the sun and drink plenty of milk, you still might be deficient.

You want to get a complete blood panel taken for your vitamin levels. Find out what's low or lacking and then target foods and supplements to help you hit the recommended doses.

For example, if your vitamin D is low, then invest in a vitamin D3 supplement.

Have your levels tested again 6 months later and adjust your intake as needed. You can also get supplements such as:

* Vitamin C to keep your immune system healthy
* Biotin to help process energy in your body
* Whey to help build muscle
* Fish oil (omega 3) to help with brain and physical health
* Zinc to help with insomnia and mental clarity
* Creatine to help recover from workouts
* Calcium to help with strength training
...and many more.

When you conduct a thorough analysis of yourself in terms of mind and body, you'll discover where you're lacking and you can look into supplements that will help turn things around.

The foods you start eating during training will often help you stop cravings for sugary, low quality foods.

You'll begin craving the right kinds of fuel for your body because you won't like the feeling of late day sugar crashes otherwise.

Try to shop for the best foods possible. That means going organic and leaving toxins and pesticides behind. Always shop for fresh foods over frozen or canned ones.

Nutrition for the elite individual doesn't have to be expensive. It doesn't require hours upon hours of prep time, either.

You just have to develop a schedule and plan to feed yourself the fuel you need to achieve your goals and thrive in any environment you encounter.

Taking responsibility for your own wellbeing requires research and study, learning from others, and experimenting to learn what works for you and your lifestyle.

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Warren’s Notes :

6 weeks have passed now since my hip operation. It is really nice to be able to drive again. I am free of crutches now and off all medication, except for a slow release aspirin once a day.

It is not back to a ‘normal’ hip but the pain levels are really low. It is more an issue with making sure I only do a limited amount of walking without getting too fatigued.

When I get tired there is a tendency to hobble a bit, drag the leg. This is when I need to pay attention, straighten my back, square my shoulders, and walk a bit like John Wayne in the old movies. Long slow steps and force the muscles to move smoothly and evenly.

That hurts a bit but it’s pain like pushing weights in the Gym, fatiguing pain, not sharp pain like before the operation.

Each day it seems to get a bit better and a bit stronger.

The hardest thing is to not push too hard, to rest often, to put the feet up when you get tired. I organized a handful of books from favourite authors and made sure I had something to turn to when the time to rest is here.

Anyway, that is the hip report. The physiotherapists say that all of the potential concern areas are not causing problems and that all I need to do now is to continue doing what I’m already doing.

Time to move on.

I went to the Gym this morning for the first time since the operation.

We just did upper body work without anything that encroached on the hip. After 6 weeks out, we were expecting that there would be significant fall back on the weights and I was basically just using it to let my body know that it should not go totally to sleep.

The outcome was pleasing. The dumbbell weights used for bench press were quite a bit less than before but were still fairly solid. My trainer said that he was not expecting us to get to the levels we did today.

An operation like that shakes up life and interferes with things but, like all crises, you end up coming out the other side. It is nice to be able to focus again on things to do, and what is coming up, rather than having to put total focus on just getting through the day.

My daughter who came back from Ecuador spent a couple of weeks with us. Her mum was so pleased to have her back again. She moved on the weekend down to Melbourne, 2 hour’s drive away, where she has found shared accommodation. She takes up her teaching position in a week’s time and launches herself into a secondary school, language teacher, career.

I hope your life is also moving the a positive direction and that the coming week is kind to you.

I’ll move on from talking about hip things but if there is anything about that which you, or someone you know, is interested in, and that I might be able to give one guidance on from my own experience, then feel free to send me a message.

Best wishes


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Calories That Don't Count

We have it on experience (our own and thousands of others) that the following food and situations have no calories to speak of (although the knowledgeable might describe them as unspeakable calories.)

OTHER PEOPLE'S FOOD: A chocolate mousse that you did not order has no calories. Therefore, have your companion order dessert and you taste half of it.

INGREDIENTS IN COOKING: Chocolate chips are fattening, about 50 calories a tablespoon. So are chocolate chip cookies! However, chocolate chips eaten while making chocolate chip cookies have no calories whatsoever. Therefore make chocolate chip cookies often but don't eat them.

FOOD ON FOOT: All food eaten while standing has no calories. Exactly why is not clear, but the current theory relates to gravity. The calories apparently bypass the stomach flowing directly down the legs and through the soles of the feet into the floor, like electricity. Walking seems to accelerate this process, so that a frozen custard or hot dog eaten at a carnival actually has a calorie deficit.

CHILDREN'S FOOD: Anything produced, purchased or intended for minors is calorie-free when eaten by adults. This category covers a wide range, beginning with a spoonful of baby tapioca -- consumed for demonstration purposes -- up to and including cookies baked and sent to college.

UNEVEN EDGES: Pies and cakes should be cut neatly, in even wedges or slices. If not, the responsibility falls on the person putting them away to "straighten up the edges" by slicing away the offending irregularities, which have no calories when eaten. If pie or cake is neatly cut, but the remainder is not easily divisible into equal servings, it's also permissible to even things up ... without calorie consequence.

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