Tiphaine media on instagram
@tiphaine_crb
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Accorde toi des petits plaisirs pour pouvoir refaire le plein d’énergie et redémarrer ta semaine encore plus motivée que jamais 😀😁 . . #crossfit #healthyfood #reebok #fitness #fitnessmotivation #training #sport #fitfrenchies #fitfamily #fistagram #fitjourney #fit #fitspiration #instafit #shape #workout #gym #heatly #motivation #nopainnogain #sport #fitnessaddict #instafit #cheatmeal #bonheur #smile #icecream

Mirella Fava, Health Coach media on instagram
@mirellafava
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How We Feel About Food As Important Maybe you’ve heard that you should eat slowly, chew your food fully, and be mindful of what you eat... But do you know WHY this is important for weight maintenance. There is a thing called retronasal olfaction. Retronasal olfaction is the ability to perceive flavor dimensions. It is a sensory system that produces flavor. This is important for satiation. Studies show that if we keep food in our mouths longer (chewing at a slower pace), we are able to experience smell and taste better. This level of satisfaction sends a signal to the brain that we are getting enough nutrients. Which is why slow and mindful eating will leave you more satisfied without having to eat more. It is important to note the role that the brain plays here. How we feel about food is important. When we smell something delicious, the brain receives a signal that it’s time to eat. The body starts preparing for food (saliva, stomach enzymes, etc.). When we are hungry, we may feel irritable. When we are full, we may feel uncomfortable. How we feel determines how we will act. Eating slowly and mindfully will send a signal to the brain that we are full and satisfied... this signal can prevent overeating. When we eat our food quickly, we do not allow our bodies time to process and send this signal, causing us to eat more than we need to. Try slowing down and enjoying your meal tonight. And tell me, what is on our menu for dinner tonight?

Kymane Llewellyn media on instagram
@kymane_time
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What debugging a seg fault feels like. Only programmers will understand. Photo cred: @hkibret55 #kymanetime #fastandfurious #comsci #swerve #mech #summer19 #fitfam #fitsagram #fitspiration #underthehood #programming #developer #c

Gaby DuFour, EMT-B✨ media on instagram
@fitfourtitude
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Few things make me happier than a fridge full of fresh groceries. 🛒 ~~ I’ve gotta say, it’s pretty nice to no longer be bound to things like #mealprepsunday or being forced to grocery shop on a certain day of the week because I work Monday through Friday. 🙅🏼‍♀️ Before you jump the gun and think I’ve turned a dark corner, allow me to explain. 👇🏻 ~~ You see, working in a hospital gives me an added FLEXIBILITY 🤸🏼‍♀️ to my schedule. Sometimes I work Sunday’s so I meal prep Fridays or Saturdays. Other times [as I’m sure you’ve noticed] I work overnight 😴 so sleep all day. ~~ But the great thing about living this healthy ~lifestyle~ is that it truly is a lifestyle. It’s going to change over time and I’m going to adapt, but I’ll never forget my roots. 🌳 I’ve learned enough about how to create balanced meals, ⚖️ how long it takes me to prep, ⏱ and what meals are easy to take to school and work.📚 So if I have to adjust my schedule here and there, there’s no need to freak out. I just go with the flow as much as I can. 🌊

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