Walnuts, Start Eating them, they’re Dynamite!

Saturday, May 22, 2010 posted by ronmourra 2:00 am

Coming At Ya from my car for another great snack episode!

Proper snacks when you are on the run are the keys to success in being Lean-Fit-Healthy. Although preparation is key, you have to arm yourself with strategies when you forget to pack snacks or in my case ‘Starvin Marvin’. Check out the post below and let me know what yalls think.

There you have it folks, having the proper solution and strategies are the small things that over time pay dividends in the fat loss game. Whenever I forget to pack my snacks for the day I pop into the nearest grocery store and stock up

If you want to know more about walnuts, my main man Kyle Byron (AKA KB) is going to be hooking us up with a write up about it soon, so stay tuned!

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One Response to “Walnuts, Start Eating them, they’re Dynamite!”

  1. Kyle Byron says:

    Hey Ron

    It’s true – walnuts are a superfood. Very high in polyunsaturated fats, which we need to chase down or we won’t get them (they’re too rare). Heart health, brain, nerve, mood etc.

    For emergency snacking however you missed the most important thing – protein. Always start your snack or meal by choosing the protein.

    Nuts are mostly fat. they only have a few grams of protein. yogurt and berries are both high sugar low protein choices.

    Here is how you can improve snacks:

    change the yogurt and fruit to cottage cheese (pressed) WITH 5-10 … WALNUTS

    this way you get protein, carbs AND fat together. Every time you eat it should contain this balance

    walnuts, chicken, vegetables

    hummus and vegetables

    protein powder and yogut and 5 walnuts

    Proper nutrition in real life is making the best choice you can in the situation you’re in. Knowledge is usually the first limiting factor and i’ve taken care of that. Planning is usually barrier #2. Keep snack foods handy and cook extra food when you cook.


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