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Dinner Day 11
Day 11: Romaine salad with tomatoes, peppers, and [no] sweet onion, topped with a balsamic vinaigrette and steak, served with a toasted ciabatta roll. I seriously splurged on calories yesterday - when the family wants Chinese food, my healthy eating goes out the window! I used packaged romaine lettuce because I am layzay. I added in some ruby red lettuce for color and… because I felt like it. I used green onions instead of shallots… And when I realized I had no onion (Vidalia or otherwise), I doubled the amount of green onions I included in the vinaigrette. I liked the vinaigrette but it was a bit too sweet for my tastes - but only because I’m not so big on sweet salads. Grilled the steak medium rare. Toasted Ciabatta (not pictured because, honestly, it was too awkward to photograph) substituted for the “small crusty rolls” the recipe called for, which is fine by me. Especially because my brother won’t touch salad, so he made a steak sandwich instead. Smart guy! The serving size they suggest is substantial - I probably had half that. Since I halved my roll, that helped too. So, a definite pro for this dish is the low-calorie count. And steak. Because I’m a definite carnivore. :]Turkey Chilli
450g Turkey mince 400g Tin of chopped tomatoes 290g Tin of Borlotti Beans 1 Red onion 1 Red pepper 2 tsp (or to your taste) Chilli powder Dash of dried marjpram (opt) Dash of ground cumin (opt) Serves 4 (250kcal per person) Serve with a 75g of basmati rice per person for a healthy low calorie meal (510kcal per person - chilli + rice), with a 300g baked potato (670kcal per person - chilli + potato) or a couple of tortillas (490kcal per person - chilli + 2 wraps). Go easy if you add cheese. That's 410kcal extra per 100grams. 52 Weeks of Feeling Fit
FRS Healthy Energy Powered Drink Mix comes in a box of single-serve stick packs. The packs are small, lightweight and easy to add to a water bottle. With just 10 calories each, they provide 250mg of quercetin in the lowest-calorie way to get FRS sustained energy.Similar posts:
FRS Healthy Energy Powered Drink Mix comes in a box of single-serve stick packs. The packs are small, lightweight and easy to add to a water bottle. With just 10 calories each, they provide 250mg of quercetin in the lowest-calorie way to get FRS sustained energy.
A DIFFERENT KIND OF ENERGYFRS's revolutionary blend of nutrients extends your body's natural energy, fueling you up when you need it while supporting your health over the long haul. There's no jittery feeling or roller-coaster ride - just prolonged energy that helps keep you focused and fully charged.
That energy comes from our secret weapon, quercetin, an antioxidant found in foods like blueberries, apples and grapes. Its incredible ability to enhance your body's energy system is what keeps you feeling energized longer. Add a host of essential vitamins and you're ready to tackle anything from minor workouts to a major marathon.
A single 11.5-ounce serving of FRS contains a healthy amount of quercetin, but one you'd have a hard time getting on your own; that is, unless you have a tendency to eat 40 apples in a single sitting.
HOW TO USE FRS HEALTHY ENERGY
For best results, take 2-3 servings per day. One in the morning, one in the afternoon and whenever you need extra energy. Athletes take 30 minutes before exercise.
THE SCIENCE OF QUERCETINEndurance and VO2max Study:
Davis, Carlstedt et al. 2009
An independent, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over study showed that when 12 healthy, active (but not highly trained) men and women consumed 500 mg of quercetin (QU995™) in an enriched drink mix twice daily for 7 days, they experienced a 13.2 % increase in endurance and a 3.9 % increase in VO2max (a typical measure of fitness). The study has been published online in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism.
Sports Performance Study:
MacRae, H. and Mefferd, K. 2006
An independent, double-blind, placebo - controlled crossover study on the effect of FRS on cycling performance in eleven elite cyclists was completed at Pepperdine University and published in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. The results were dramatic: a 3.1% increase in performance--one minute and 31 seconds improvement in time to complete a 30km simulated mountainous time trial.
Immune System Study:
Neiman, David, Henson, DA, et al. 2007
A clinical study, funded in part by the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) showed the antioxidant quercetin significantly reduced incidence of upper respiratory tract illness during the two week period following intensified exercise. Researchers also reported enhanced alertness and reaction time in athletes taking the quercetin supplement during high stress. Forty test subjects were subjected to extreme physical stress during a five week period. Half were given 1,000 mg of quercetin daily (the approximate amount in 3 servings of FRS) and half were given a placebo. Results showed:
Work Performance Study:
Durak, E. and Bell, M. May 2005
During a six-week study, university employees were asked to perform their daily jobs, which required physical exertion, lifting, repetitive movements and attention to detail. At the end of the study, subjects experienced improvements in various measures of work performance, as measured in a Work Productivity Assessment Index survey.
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