Foods That Reduce Human Growth Hormone 0 1345

By: Cameron Blake
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Before you put another bite in your mouth, find out if it will interfere with your human growth hormone production. These 8 foods that reduce human growth hormone can impede your best efforts at the gym. You may think you are doing everything right to maximize hormone production however, the wrong dinner or before-bed snack could be your downfall.

Are you really what you eat?

When it comes to your hormone levels, the answer could very well be yes. That is why knowing these foods that reduce HGH levels are vital to your well-being.
Here is the list of top HGH inhibiting foods:

  1. Sugar
  2. Alcohol
  3. Caffeine
  4. Pre-packaged meals
  5. Acidic foods
  6. Bread and other Carbohydrates
  7. Protein
  8. Spicy foods

Why Do Some Foods Reduce Human Growth Hormone Production?

You probably were shocked to see some of the items on that list. After all, your body needs protein to manufacture human growth hormone. How could it possibly be on this list? Continue reading to find out why.

For some of these 8 foods that reduce human growth hormone, it is not as much about the food as it is about the timing of consumption. Certain foods will minimize HGH production if eaten before bed. The reason: they can raise blood insulin levels that can inhibit human growth hormone production.
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Natural Healthy Recipes by Mapa’s Fusions 0 535

Meal

Appetizer-

Boiled Prawns in Sour Rice& Mixed Bean Sprouts – Rajarata Style

Ingredients

recipe-BiZnomics

  • El rice 500 gr
  • Red onion (shallots) 150 gr
  • Pinch of salt
  • Coconut milk 05cups
  • Lime 02 nos
  • Garlic 10 gr
  • Dried red chilies 05 pods
  • Few mint leaves
  • Green gram 50 gr
  • Green chilies 05 pods
  • Boiled prawns 150 gr
  • Chickpeas 100 gr

Method

  • Soak the green gram and, chickpeas in water for 12 hours. Drain the water, wrap them in a wet cloth and keep overnight to let them sprout. Or you can buy from the market mixed beans sprout packets.
  • Soak the cooked rice in little water. Leave in a closed pot over night to ferment and drain well before use.
  • Burn red chilies in open fire and crush into pieces.
  • Squeeze coconut milk mixed well with salt and lime juice
  • Make a fine mix of pieces of coarsely chopped red onions and Chile pods
  • Boil the prawns in seasoned water
  • Add all the ingredients together with coconut milk and mix well,
  • Correct the seasoning.

A woman whose light doesn’t have an off switch! In conversation with – Ashanthi Soris Mirchandani 0 1751

When saying TRX what we’re really talking about is a training method called ‘suspension training’. This has started in 1997 when an old Navy SEAL, Randy Hetrick developed a method that allowed for exercising during deployment.

TRX training is about using body weight exercises to develop strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously. It requires the use of the TRX suspension trainer, a performance training tool that leverages gravity and the user’s body weight to complete the exercises.

What you should know about the workout itself is that TRX is also a form of functional training. And why we like functional training is because the benefits go well beyond your fitness studio. With functional training you don’t just burn fat and build muscles, you also increase your core strength, power and mobility which are needed for virtually every movement of life.

If it’s all about the numbers and/or aim to lose weight, then we have got some good news. A single session of 60-min TRX training at high intensity burns approximately 400 calories. Which is indeed more than what you can expect to burn with all the fancy boutique cycling classes.

And, there’s more to it, we have just the person you can turn to who is also a professional TRX trainer in Sri Lanka.

Q & A

BiZnomics: How did you come up with the idea to start up the breakthrough Studio?

Answer: I have always been a fitness enthusiast. Fitness has been a passion, a hobby, and something I incorporated in my daily routine. I started my fitness journey as a personal trainer a year and a half before I started the Breakthrough Studio. Personal training became tough, I had to commute from Battaramulla where I was residing at the time, to meet about 6 clients a day whom I trained in Colombo. I didn’t see a future in it for me to grow in that area. I wanted to build a brand in fitness using TRX and create a business out of it. Having a little studio meant that I could do just that. And at the same time I could serve more people.

BiZnomics: What qualifications made you the best person for this?

Answer: The biggest qualification I say I have is the love and passion for fitness and TRX. Passion is the biggest qualification you need for anything in life. Other than that I am certified in TRX suspension training, TRX Rip training, and Pre and post-natal training. I also hold a BSc in Food Science and Technology from the University of Victoria, Australia.

BiZnomics: Do you follow a certain morning routine or daily schedule to maximize productivity and well-being?

Answer:I never had time to follow a morning routine, with work. I used to get only 6 hours of sleep on most days, and I love my sleep so, I never had a morning routine as such. My daily routine includes a one hour workout in between work, and on most days quiet time in prayer, and reading the Bible. Also listening to teachings of Prophet Kirby.

BiZnomics: What is the biggest challenge for you as an entrepreneur?

Answer: At the beginning of my career as a coach and an entrepreneur, I used to take 7 classes a day, and that I did for about a year and a half. It was a lot of work although at that time it didn’t feel like that. I couldn’t take time off, I couldn’t cancel classes, I knew that my clients were coming with enthusiasm and they had goals and were eager to achieve them. Therefore there was no time in between. I couldn’t find trainers who were passionate about what they did and who would be a part of the studio, until a few months ago. Now it’s a team of three who trains from 6am to 8pm at the studio. Finding individuals who love their job, the people with a passion to serve as you would to your clients who were also committed to what they do, was a challenge and I think it’s a challenge in any business.

BiZnomics: What did you do before starting up the studio?

Answer: I worked as a Senior Secretary to the CEO at Dialog Telecom. Thereafter for my dad, in our family owned business after which I turned into fitness and worked as a personal trainer.

BiZnomics: What is the most difficult thing about what you do?

Answer: Honestly NOTHING!!! This has been the easiest thing I have done ever, and I have the most amount of fun while at work too!!! I love meeting people from all walks of life, I love being able to have a positive impact on their life. Most of my clients have never worked out before, so it’s interesting for me to watch them enjoying a healthier lifestyle. It’s crazy but no, it’s not difficult at all, and I think that’s because I love what I do, and I have a knowing kind of an assurance that GOD has my back. There is ZERO anxiety and stress, when you realize who you are in God. It has never been difficult, even when I was doing 7 classes a day 5 days a week, it wasn’t impossible, I didn’t hate it, I loved it.

BiZnomics: What type of a person do you think should be an entrepreneur?

Answer: Anyone can if they have the right heart, attitude, passion, determination and the will to do it. BUT one must want it.

BiZnomics: What mantra do you live by?

Answer: I have a few;
See the Goodness of God in Every Situation whether it’s Good or Bad!
No matter how bleak the situation is God’s got my back;
There is blessing in the delay;
Always keep your conscience clean;
I am loved no matter what;

It is what – it is just – do it and get on with it!
It’s a mantra I use when I have to get stuff done and I am whining to myself at times, says Ashanthi laughingly.

Answer: I love being a couch potato and watching Netflix with Haren in my free time.

BiZnomics: What do you do to be motivated?

Answer: Spending time in prayer keeps me motivated. Praying in tongues keeps me energized and motivated. It floods me with ideas and creativity. Motivation to me is supernatural. It’s like a gift that fell on me suddenly and it doesn’t cease. I haven’t done anything to keep developing it as such and that’s why it is not normal. There is a sense of excitement and enthusiasm when I think about the studio. It has always been there since I started the studio two years ago.

BiZnomics: Do you think women feel intimidated in business?

Answer: There is no reason why they should, if it is so. It has nothing to do with another person or the business. They have allowed themselves to become victimized by someone else’s action or by somebody. They need to deal with it if they feel that way.

BiZnomics: What have you learned about mentoring others?

Answer: Still learning! Allow them to make mistakes and let them learn at their own pace, but push them to be good learners than fast learners.

Don’t mentor someone unless they want to be mentored, you need a willing heart;
Be approachable;
Listen to their point of view;
Admit your mistakes;
Accept that everyone is different;
Don’t judge anyone;
Allow them to grow, and trust their growth;
Teach them responsibility at work.

BiZnomics: Is this your childhood dream?

Answer: YES, it indeed has been a childhood dream to own a business that I built myself, to start small and make it grow, to be a successful entrepreneur, to do something that would have a positive impact on society. To be where I am, I feel blessed.

BiZnomics: Where do you find courage, confidence and motivation?

Answer: In having a relationship with GOD and learning about him through his word, knowing how much I am loved, and knowing my identity in HIM. The secret of ‘success’ in every area of your life is in the ‘WORD’. That’s why I love the teachings of Wow Life Church. That’s what I am and what I want to become!

By : Savanna Audrey