By Carla Schuit – Registered Dietitian
About 65% of the adult population has some difficulty digesting lactose, the protein in milk, after infancy. It is thought that as we age our dependency on milk for nutrition decreases. Our diets vary more and the bodies lactase production (the enzyme that breaks down lactose) decreases. This makes it harder for our bodies to digest lactose creating undesirable side effects such as bloating, nausea and vomiting or diarrhea.
Perform the following in as many rounds as possibly in 20 minutes.
10 KB Swings
10 Mountain Climbers with Pushup
10 KB Upright Rows
10 KB Goblet Squats
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Peform the following moves with 10 reps each for 5 total rounds for time.
Barbell Clean and Press – 10
Barbell Front Squat – 10
Barbell Deadlift – 10
Barbell Bent Over Row – 10
Barbell Ab Roll Out – 10
Come join us as our registered dietition Carla presents this great topic on Saturday, May 30th at 11:15am at ForwardFit. 26w535 St. charles Rd. unit B, Carol Stream, IL 60188
Every week it seems there is a news story about what is or is not healthy for us. The grocery store is crowded with thousands of items in their bright, shiny packages. But what does it all mean? Grass-fed, cage-free, high protein, Non-GMO. In this presentation we will go over all the claims you see in the grocery store and hear on TV so you know exactly where your money is going and what you are buying to eat as healthy as possible.
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By Karolynn Bush- Contributing writer
Sugars are carbohydrates that provide the body with energy, our body’s fuel. Sugars occur naturally in fruit, vegetables and dairy foods and are added to foods for flavor, texture and color. You should aim to consume no more than your recommended intake and limit foods that are high in added sugars and low in other nutrients. There are two types of sugars in American diets: naturally occurring sugars and added sugars. Naturally occurring sugars are found naturally in foods such as fruit (fructose) and milk (lactose).