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Quels aliments privilégier ?

de Elisa le Lun Déc 18, 2023 12:14 pm


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Quels sont les meilleurs aliments à consommer avant et après un entraînement pour optimiser la performance et la récupération ? avez-vous des idées de recette pour ne pas manger tout le temps la même chose et contribuer à la récupération rapide ?
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Re: Quels aliments privilégier ?

de Charmaine le Mer Déc 27, 2023 4:08 am


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Don't be afraid to experiment with different foods and recipes to find what you like and what helps you function and recover best.incredibox

Re: Quels aliments privilégier ?

de heiden le Jeu Jan 18, 2024 5:15 am


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It's okay to try new things when you're trying to figure out what works best for you in terms of nutrition and recovery. mini crossword

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de miksol le Jeu Avr 11, 2024 1:54 am


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In order to discover what you enjoy and what aids your recovery the most, don't be scared to try out various recipes and cuisines.
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Re: Quels aliments privilégier ?

de tony le Mer Avr 17, 2024 9:37 am


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Which foods to prioritize depends on many factors such as personal health goals, food allergies, budget limitations, and local sourcing. However, below are some foods that many nutritionists recommend prioritizing in the diet:

Green vegetables: Mustard greens, cabbage, sprouts, kale, celery, tomatoes, carrots and other leafy vegetables provide many vitamins, minerals and fiber.

Fruit: Fresh fruit provides many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Prioritize boldly colored fruits such as strawberries, pomegranates, oranges, tangerines, and raspberries slice master.

Nuts and seeds: Sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, flax seeds, walnuts are good sources of omega-3 fatty acids, fiber and protein.

High-quality proteins: Chicken, fish, seafood, soy and bean products, nuts and unsaturated meats.

Whole grains: Brown rice, oats, cashews, corn kernels and unprocessed grains.

Milk and dairy products: Milk, yogurt, and natural yogurt are high in calcium and protein. For vegetarians or people allergic to milk, you can choose plant-based milks such as almond milk, walnut milk, and soy milk.

High-quality cooking oils: Olive oil, barley seed oil, and flaxseed oil are good sources of heart-healthy oils.

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