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  • thenutramilk - The Nutramilk @thenutramilk 38 seconds ago
  • Every morning is a smoothie bowl kind of morning, just ask @yesbabyilikeitraw! 😋🍌🍇 This beautifully delicious bowl is packed with healthy ingredients that will give you the nutrients to help jump-start your day. For the full recipe, check out Nzingah's page! 👍 What kind of flavors do you like in your smoothie bowls? Comment below! 🥭🍑🍋 #TheNutraMilk Every morning is a smoothie bowl kind of morning, just ask @yesbabyilikeitraw! 😋🍌🍇 This beautifully delicious bowl is packed with healthy ingredients that will give you the nutrients to help jump-start your day. For the full recipe, check out Nzingah's page! 👍 What kind of flavors do you like in your smoothie bowls? Comment below! 🥭🍑🍋 #thenutramilk
  • Every morning is a smoothie bowl kind of morning, just ask @yesbabyilikeitraw! 😋🍌🍇 This beautifully delicious bowl is packed with healthy ingredients that will give you the nutrients to help jump-start your day. For the full recipe, check out Nzingah's page! 👍 What kind of flavors do you like in your smoothie bowls? Comment below! 🥭🍑🍋 #thenutramilk
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  • pres.tons.prana - Preston Toombs @pres.tons.prana 7 minutes ago
  • Reposted from @thefitnesschef_ -  In simple terms, when it comes to body composition, it doesn’t matter whether calories derive from strawberries, a fresh banana, broccoli or a deep fried mars bar. But the advantage fruit and vegetables hold over the latter is firstly; their immediately recognisable lower calorie content. -
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Additionally, the inclusion of fibre in fruit & vegetables may deliver an individual a greater level of satiety, thus subjectively reduce the impulse for further calorie intake. A non compositional benefit of fruit & vegetables is poignantly, the many micronutrients they contain. But whilst these actively support body function, they have no direct relationship with one’s body composition. -
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For those who argue that sugar present in fruit is better for our health than processed items because it derives from a ‘natural’ source... They are wrong. The sugar found in fruit merely occurs in an environment where micronutrients and fibre are present. Micronutrients definitely benefit our health and fibre offers a potentially greater level of satiety, resulting in potentially greater control over  food related behaviors, and ultimately calorie control. But in its own right, sugar is sugar. -
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Here is a selection of low sugar (therefore lower calorie) fruits. Simply put, consuming measured portions of these more often than higher sugar (and calorie) fruits, will result in consumption of fewer calories whilst nutrient acquisition is still achieved. Additionally, more volume of food can be consumed per calorie. -
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Eat any fruit (and food) you enjoy, but if you have a compositional goal, do so in awareness of total energy consumed. Fruit contains micronutrients which support functional health, fibre which helps one feel satiated and water which hydrates. But despite these insurmountable benefits, one should treat the eating of fruit exactly the same as any food they wish to consume 🙂. -
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That said - which is you’re favourite? 🔥
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#thefitnesschef #fruit #lowsugar #calories #lowcalorie #caloriecounting #freshfruit #berries #snacktime #sugar #highsugar #caloriedeficit #fatloss #nutrients #fatlosscoach #fatlosstips #nutritioncoach #diettips # Reposted from @thefitnesschef_ - In simple terms, when it comes to body composition, it doesn’t matter whether calories derive from strawberries, a fresh banana, broccoli or a deep fried mars bar. But the advantage fruit and vegetables hold over the latter is firstly; their immediately recognisable lower calorie content. - - Additionally, the inclusion of fibre in fruit & vegetables may deliver an individual a greater level of satiety, thus subjectively reduce the impulse for further calorie intake. A non compositional benefit of fruit & vegetables is poignantly, the many micronutrients they contain. But whilst these actively support body function, they have no direct relationship with one’s body composition. - - For those who argue that sugar present in fruit is better for our health than processed items because it derives from a ‘natural’ source... They are wrong. The sugar found in fruit merely occurs in an environment where micronutrients and fibre are present. Micronutrients definitely benefit our health and fibre offers a potentially greater level of satiety, resulting in potentially greater control over food related behaviors, and ultimately calorie control. But in its own right, sugar is sugar. - - Here is a selection of low sugar (therefore lower calorie) fruits. Simply put, consuming measured portions of these more often than higher sugar (and calorie) fruits, will result in consumption of fewer calories whilst nutrient acquisition is still achieved. Additionally, more volume of food can be consumed per calorie. - - Eat any fruit (and food) you enjoy, but if you have a compositional goal, do so in awareness of total energy consumed. Fruit contains micronutrients which support functional health, fibre which helps one feel satiated and water which hydrates. But despite these insurmountable benefits, one should treat the eating of fruit exactly the same as any food they wish to consume 🙂. - - That said - which is you’re favourite? 🔥 - - #thefitnesschef #fruit #lowsugar #calories #lowcalorie #caloriecounting #freshfruit #berries #snacktime #sugar #highsugar #caloriedeficit #fatloss #nutrients #fatlosscoach #fatlosstips #nutritioncoach #diettips #
  • Reposted from @thefitnesschef_ - In simple terms, when it comes to body composition, it doesn’t matter whether calories derive from strawberries, a fresh banana, broccoli or a deep fried mars bar. But the advantage fruit and vegetables hold over the latter is firstly; their immediately recognisable lower calorie content. - - Additionally, the inclusion of fibre in fruit & vegetables may deliver an individual a greater level of satiety, thus subjectively reduce the impulse for further calorie intake. A non compositional benefit of fruit & vegetables is poignantly, the many micronutrients they contain. But whilst these actively support body function, they have no direct relationship with one’s body composition. - - For those who argue that sugar present in fruit is better for our health than processed items because it derives from a ‘natural’ source... They are wrong. The sugar found in fruit merely occurs in an environment where micronutrients and fibre are present. Micronutrients definitely benefit our health and fibre offers a potentially greater level of satiety, resulting in potentially greater control over food related behaviors, and ultimately calorie control. But in its own right, sugar is sugar. - - Here is a selection of low sugar (therefore lower calorie) fruits. Simply put, consuming measured portions of these more often than higher sugar (and calorie) fruits, will result in consumption of fewer calories whilst nutrient acquisition is still achieved. Additionally, more volume of food can be consumed per calorie. - - Eat any fruit (and food) you enjoy, but if you have a compositional goal, do so in awareness of total energy consumed. Fruit contains micronutrients which support functional health, fibre which helps one feel satiated and water which hydrates. But despite these insurmountable benefits, one should treat the eating of fruit exactly the same as any food they wish to consume 🙂. - - That said - which is you’re favourite? 🔥 - - #thefitnesschef #fruit #lowsugar #calories #lowcalorie #caloriecounting #freshfruit #berries #snacktime #sugar #highsugar #caloriedeficit #fatloss #nutrients #fatlosscoach #fatlosstips #nutritioncoach #diettips #
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