Les amis dimanche 17 février
vous êtes conviés pour la matinale
Enfin la nuit voit le jour... Spécial déco Pigalle
barre de pole dance à disposition
Toute l'équipe de la matinale... La Matinale ouvert tous les vendredi samedi et dimanche matin 5h 11h
It’s national almond day! Just one ounce of almonds can provide * Fiber: 3.5 grams
* Protein: 6 grams
* Fat: 14 grams (9
* of which are monounsaturated
* Vitamin E: 37% of the RDI
* Manganese: 32% of the RDI
* Magnesium: 20% of the RDI
Let’s chat magnesium for a moment. Magnesium is the new “vitamin D” so to speak, in that deficiency is nearly becoming an epidemic. I see more deficiency than not when I run a NutrEval on my clients. Magnesium is essential for:
ATP (energy), the synthesis of DNA, RNA, and glutathione, the structure of bone, cell membranes, and chromosomes, affects the conduction of nerve impulses, muscle contraction, and normal heart rhythm, and supports deep, restorative sleep by maintaining healthy levels of GABA, a neurotransmitter that promotes sleep.
Almonds also have powerful antioxidants that can protect us from free radical damage.
A clinical trial found that 3 ounces (84 grams) of almonds per day reduced oxidative stress biomarkers by 23–34% over a four-week period. To maximize the benefits make sure to get almonds with the skin as the antioxidants are concentrated in the brown layer of the skin.
Making your own nut milk of any kind is so simple, is cheaper than store bought, reduces waste and tastes great. All you have to do is take 3 cups of water and ¼ - 1 cup of nuts or seeds. Blend in a high speed blender for 1-3 minutes. And then strain out the milk using a fine mesh strainer, nut milk bag or cheesecloth.
To reduce waste and maximize benefits it can make a face or body scrub out of the pulp! I’ll save that for another post, comment “me” if you are interested in a face/body scrub recipe.
Do you make or buy your nut milk? Comment “make” or “buy” below!
Well....this is up close and personal! But this angle really does show everything involved in this move 😍 learnt so many amazing things in my workshop today with @emma.louise.nz , she is so so lovely and a truly amazing teacher!!
As a former rhythmic gymnast, I've always really enjoyed the more artistic forms of fitness. I started weight training last year because I wanted build muscle and get fit again. I ended up injuring myself in August of last year due to squatting too much weight and have been in pain ever since. It's been a real struggle trying to work out at the gym. Although I didn't join pole to switch over to only using pole as my workouts, I did join because I wanted to get back into an artistic form of fitness and continue to build my strength and flexibility. I've also found that pole helps relieve my pain as well so I'm thankful that I decided to do it. Also, big thanks to @lyssa_luckylibra for teaching me this move 😭❤️.