It will be on iTunes and Spotify later today ;-) We did a WBFF World's Recap Show How was the trip, what happened, the results and what's next In the show we talked aboutICON MEALSand1st Phorm Supplements
It is Back to School week for most people and that also means back to your schedule...
We don't do back to school with the kids...or school for that matter (we will talk about that in our next Episode) so for us it's Monday...Motivation Monday
For everyone getting back to their routine and for those of you that are continuing your routine 134 Days left in 2019 and what ever goals you set out for this year I hope you are on pace, but if you are not...Let's Do This
Set up some short term goals...from today to Labor Day Weekend Then from Labor Day to Halloween...then through Thanksgiving and then through the Holiday season...
If you set these short term goals up and hit them...you will see how they add up to major RESULTS
BROWN RICE vs. WHITE RICE - ️For years and years, white rice has been demonized as "bad" or "worse" than brown rice. The reasons vary but mainly have to do with one of two [misinformed] points. - Vitamin and Mineral Content - for some reason people think brown rice has more/better nutrients. But, as you can see in this picture, that's not the case. They both have a bunch of important nutrients and what one lacks, the other makes up for. Worth noting, the micronutrient differences between the two are VERY small. So while both have distinct advantages, the vitamin/mineral content between white & brown rice is nearly identical. - ️The Glycemic Index (GI) - long story short, people have been led to believe white rice is worse for you because it's GI is higher and therefore spikes blood sugar more. But, fact is, the GI of a food doesn't tell us how "bad" it is for you. It just tells us how quickly that food can raise blood sugar. Watermelon, for example, is one of the highest GI foods in the world but I guarantee you don't know a single person who got fat or had serious health problems from eating it. There's just A LOT more to health (calorie content, nutrient makeup, etc) than the glycemic index, and anyone who tells you otherwise is probably trying to sell you something. - The take-home point here is white rice is NOT worse for you than brown rice. They both have pros and cons and, truthfully, you'll probably be healthier incorporating both into your diet rather than either one alone....but the idea the one being "healthier" that the other does not make sense...HEALTHY food have calories too... Make sure you are using ALL the information, not just the ones that seem the best to fit your ideas ;-)
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