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BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU
'Every dietitian I know agrees that avocados are a must-eat food. They are a great source of healthy fats, which help fill you up so you'll be less likely to want a snack later on. Plus, they taste really decadent.
—Carolyn Brown, a registered dietitian at Foodtrainers in New York City
'No matter what we think about dairy, most of us agree that it's too easy to overdo. Yogurt, cheese—even that whey protein in an energy bar is dairy. It sneaks into more than you might expect.
'A bowl of berries is what most nutritionists have when they're craving something sweet. Berries are jam-packed with fibre, vitamins, and antioxidants—crucial for aging well.
—Keri Glassman, a dietitian in New York City and author of The New You and Improved Diet
'Dieticians are a little obsessed with Greek yogurt, but for good reason: It's got two times the protein and less sugar than regular yogurt; it's filled with probiotics, which help keep your immune system strong; and it's lower in lactose than other dairy—great for someone with lactose intolerance.'
—Kate Geagan, a dietitian in Park City, UT, and author of Go Green, Get Lean
'Dietitians love it when good taste, nutrition, and health meet—and extra-virgin olive oil is a triple win. It's teeming with antioxidants and good-for-you mono unsaturated fats, and it's delicious.
'This is every nutritionist's 'convenience food.' In just a quarter cup, you get fiber, protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fat from the olive oil.'
'Too many of my clients steer clear of nuts because they're high in fat, but dietitians eat them because we know that monounsaturated fat, in moderation, can help you maintain your weight or even lose.
'If there's one veggie that every nutritionist across the country eats and recommends, it's kale. That's because the leafy green is so nutrient-dense. It's loaded with vitamins K, A, and C, fiber, and calcium. And it's packed with so many cancer-preventative antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients.
'Most nutritionists reach for this grain over brown rice or wheat pasta because it's a complete source of protein, which means it has all the essential amino acids your body needs. It also contains more fibre than most grains, with five grams in every cup. And it gets better: Quinoa is packed with plant-based omega-3 fatty acids, which makes it a great way to get those anti-inflammatory fats in your diet.'
This is an ideal drink for before, during and after athletic activity. It’s packed with electrolytes like potassium and magnesium that your muscles need.
Green vegetables are high in chlorophyll, which increases the oxygen in your blood. More oxygen equals more energy, better endurance, and faster recovery. Greens are also packed with calcium, iron and antioxidants.
Chia seeds are a great source of protein and antioxidants, which help reduce inflammation. They also replenish minerals that are lost through sweat like magnesium, potassium, and calcium needed for muscle contractions.
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