Serves 2 (or halved for 1)
2 ripe bananas
400 grams of berries
Berries of your choice either one type or a variety (whatever takes your fancy) blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, mulberries, cranberries, loganberries
200 ml almond milk (or another dairy free milk of choice)
2 tablespoons of honey, agave (or maple syrup or another of your choice)
2 tablespoons of linseeds
Put all ingredients carefully into a blender and blend thoroughly, add crushed ice, if preferred especially on warmer days.
Serve chilled and immediately in tall glasses.
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◾1 orange or kiwi
◾1 cup of dairy-free or low-fat yogurt
◾1 tablespoon coconut oil
◾¼ tablespoon ginger powder
◾2 tablespoons flax seeds/linseeds
Mix all the ingredients in a blender. Drink immediately!
For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace.
EMBRACE THE GRACE
It saddens me that society is robbing people of happiness… as they put themselves down for being obese as they think others look at them in this was because of the media. Also they can think that The Lord God views them in the same way. However, God looks on the heart, man looks on the outward appearance.
God knows our thoughts, feelings, worries, concerns. He wants us to be happy not obsessed with fitting into the society.
God knows our needs and what is best for us and wants us to live for Him! Sometimes our health may be out of our control and all we can do I eat well, sleep well and exercise.
God wants us to live the best life which I the best life! We are set free by grace in Jesus from sin and its snares we need fear nothing! Jesus conquered sin, death, grace, data and so we must live as lives set free!
Sin has no power over us – “no condemnation now I dread, Jesus is mine and I in Him”
Jesus restores us by grace!
My restoration not condemnation!
Jesus forgiveness has dealt with my past!
I will have a perfect eternal body with Jesus.
Embrace grace through Christ’s sacrifice + embrace new life & health = 100% freedom in Christ!
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Drink for the reason that around 70% of your body is made up of water; used to regulate temperature, lubricate joints and transport nutrients and energy around the body. Dehydration diminishes performance, so when you are training, you will sweat more, add an electrolyte tablet to your drink.
Avoid spikes in blood sugar from high G.I. sugary processed food and snacks eat low G.I carbohydrates which stabilise blood sugar and last for longer in the body.
Avoid overuse of caffeine which interferes with performance
Foods high in saturated fats should be avoided, but your body needs essential fats to process protein, and in endurance events, the body uses fat as fuel. Fish, nuts and avocado are sources of good fats. Supplement your diet with fish oil supplements which contain Omega 3 and Omega 6 will provide added benefits to joints, reducing inflammation, and boosting energy!
To quickly replenish glycogen stores and muscle repair, which continues after exercise for a few hours, eat something small every hour since small meals are easier for the body to process than one large meal.
Training and good nutrition work best together!