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The Aaron Marino Breakfast | Healthy Eating

Aaron Marino of alpha m. does his cardio 1st thing in the morning and then is starving. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. By skipping breakfast, you're doing your metabolism a great disservice.

He eats the same breakfast every day as a creature of habit

    • He starts with 6 egg whites and demonstrates how to separate the yolks from the whites.
    • Then he makes a Super Shake made from 3/4 cup of Fiber One cereal, 5 grams of powdered glutamine, 3/4 scoop of Champion Chocolate protein powder, and 1 heaping tbsp of psyllium husk. After all ingredients are in a large glass, fill the rest with ice cold water. Drink the shake quickly due to the psyllium husk.
    • He finishes his breakfast with grapefruit , green apple, or other fruit.

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Essential Fatty Acids -
December 27, 2011
The most important and over-looked supplement is the essential fatty acids (EFAs, omega 3, 6, 9). These are crucial for your well-being whether brain, muscles, or muscles to do the job necessary. You need to supplement extra regardless of how much you are consuming in your diet (salmon or flax seed). Every cell in your body requires these EFAs. These good fats cause the release of the bad fat arouRead More»
Importance of Water | 100 ounces a day!  -
December 21, 2011
Water is essential for maintaining bodily functions and so much more. Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses how water is vitally important. You never want to feel thirst. Constantly consume water during the day, which is approximately 100 ounces to keep your body operating at an efficient level. Put down the sodas and sweet beverages and replace with water. You will see a difference. Read More»
Protein Powder vs Meal Replacement -
December 12, 2011
Aaron Marino of alpha m. presents nutrition and calorie comparisons for protein powder (PP) and meal replacements (MR). The PP is a supplement for the every day diet. The MR is protein but also carb, fat, and higher in calories. PP is about 80 -100 calories whereas MR is 300 - 400 calories. The bars are MR and between 300 - 500 calories with high fat, high protein, and high carb. MR bars are replaRead More»

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