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Your body needs over 40 vitamins and minerals to function properly, but getting those daily vitamins can be a challenge. If you're tired of taking dozens of supplements trying to get your daily dose, try eating your vitamins instead! Dr. Oz has devised a simple cheat sheet that shows you how to get all of your essential nutrients from food.
- Muscle gain grocery list by @nikgfitness When it comes to building muscle you want to focus on high calorie foods. Especially the higher carb intake will help to increase your performance and strength. If you still have problems to get your calories in focus on a higher fat intake. Furthermore its not uncommon that we tend to forget about micronutrients when bulking. Always make sure to put some green veggies and fruits into your cart. These will help you to stay healthy and to recover as
Eating to build muscle is very important as you need to get enough protein from whole food sources. But not just protein, you also need enough micronutrients so your body can recover, repair and rebuild muscle and fuel you through your workout. These foods go hand in hand with building muscle. Best of all, you can put them in your own natural protein shake which is much healthier for the body than protein powders. Get my natural protein shake recipe by clicking the link.
Black seed extract, which is also known as Nigella sativa oil, kalonji oil, or black cumin seed oil, is often regarded as a universal remedy. It may help with bone, skin and hair health, sleep quality, the function of both your lymphatic and immune systems, your mood, and circulation. It is also believed to improve lung function, digestion, kidney and liver function, and to promote heart health. #naturalhealth #homeremedies #health #alternativemedicine #blackseedoil #nigellasativa
Black seed oil is extract from organic seed plant. It can glow your skin's in many ways. It is perfect option for clearing up your skin & giving it a soft, natural glow. Its ripe fruit contains tiny seeds, dark black in color, known as “Habba Al-Sauda” or “Habba Al-Barakah” in Arabic and black seed in English.