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High Flying Energy for
Business Leaders
Foundational Habits for
a Healthy Lifestyle
Eating regularly
& powering energy wit...
Habit 1:
Eating regularly
• Plan to eat every 3-5 hours through day
• PERSONALISED requirements – adjust to
your routine
•...
Habit 1:
Eating regularly
• Provide energy source for immediate use
• Do not GRAZE – eat – stop – rest digestion –
allow i...
Habit 2:
Powering Energy with Protein
• Eat protein with every meal or snack
• Meal portion – ¼ plate or palm sized portio...
Habit 2:
Powering Energy with Protein
• Protein satiates you –will feel fuller for longer
• Slows the absorption of glucos...
Food groups
(Macronutrients and GL)
• Proteins – found in fish, lean meat, eggs, nuts, seeds,
beans and pulses: Do not con...
Find out more
If you’d like to know more about:
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• Habits for a healthier life
• Enjoying 10/10 energy...
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Foundational Habits for a Healthy Lifestyle - Habit 1 & 2

  1. 1. High Flying Energy for Business Leaders Foundational Habits for a Healthy Lifestyle Eating regularly & powering energy with protein (Habit 1 & Habit 2)
  2. 2. Habit 1: Eating regularly • Plan to eat every 3-5 hours through day • PERSONALISED requirements – adjust to your routine • 3 meals and 2 snacks (if required)
  3. 3. Habit 1: Eating regularly • Provide energy source for immediate use • Do not GRAZE – eat – stop – rest digestion – allow insulin to “switch off” • If body requires additional energy it will tap into its stores
  4. 4. Habit 2: Powering Energy with Protein • Eat protein with every meal or snack • Meal portion – ¼ plate or palm sized portion • Snack portion – – small e.g. 6 almonds
  5. 5. Habit 2: Powering Energy with Protein • Protein satiates you –will feel fuller for longer • Slows the absorption of glucose into blood stream • Protein sources: meat, poultry, fish, eggs, beans, pulses, nuts, seeds, vegetarian proteins e.g. soya, tofu, protein powders. • Dairy foods (some protein, also contain fats and some sugars)
  6. 6. Food groups (Macronutrients and GL) • Proteins – found in fish, lean meat, eggs, nuts, seeds, beans and pulses: Do not contribute to glycaemic load • Fats Do not contribute to glycaemic load • Mono and polyunsaturated fats: nuts, seeds, oily fish, avocado, olives • Saturated – fatty meat and full fat dairy products • Carbs – bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, vegetables, fruit, cake, sweets, chocolate, alcohol, fizzy drinks: These are the foods with GL scores
  7. 7. Find out more If you’d like to know more about: • HIGH FLYING ENERGY • Habits for a healthier life • Enjoying 10/10 energy all day and every day Please book a complimentary Health & Energy Evaluation Call (25 mins) at www.thehealthheroinenutritionclinic.com or call on 0191 285 5612
  • GeorgeSAmmar

    Apr. 4, 2018

Eating regularly and powering energy with protein

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