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Monday, August 23, 2021

*** Are Sugar Free Energy Drinks Good For You? And What To Look For Inside *** {530}

 πŸ’ͺThis post is about sugar free energy drinks, and if they are healthy for you. We already know that energy drinks in general are one of the worst things you can put in your body because of the high content of sugars, added sugars, and carbs. If this is something you're consuming on a daily basis, I recommend that you stop or over time, you're going to experience major health problems, and or die!

I'm happy to say that companies such as Red Bull, and Monster have started making sugar free drinks. No sugar, added sugars, or artificial flavoring. They have some Vitamins, and other healthy nutrients, along with caffeine. 

The FDA says anything under 400 Milligrams of caffeine daily is deemed safe. If you are diabetic, or have any other health issues, I would check with your Dr. or physician to see if your health issue should prohibit you from partaking in these somewhat tasty beverages.

Even though as a healthy adult, I would also recommend keeping your Milligram consumption under 200, and that's because too much caffeine over time can cause restricted nitric oxide flow, which is hard on your heart. 

As someone that has been working out twice a day, six days a week, since my battle with Covid, I need that little kick in the seat of my pants to get me through tough workouts.

Monster has a very nice product line, and I've tried several of them. You can find some of them with 160 Milligrams, and some off brands have around that much or even less. I have tried a brand called Reign, and they do taste very good, but they all have 300 Milligrams of caffeine, and as a diabetic, that's just too much because caffeine does have the ability to raise blood glucose levels, and this will vary from person to person. 

I have these 33 OZ. water bottles, and before going to the gym in the mornings for my first session, I will pour 1 16 OZ. can of Reign in my empty water bottle and only drink about half, saving the other half for my evening session. So even though I'm getting 300 Milligrams of caffeine that day, I'm breaking it up between 2 sessions. It takes the human body about 12 hours to digest.

Another reason why I recommend keeping your dosage low, is because over the long hall of consumption, it can potentially damage your Liver and Kidney's

Below I'm going to talk briefly about some of the healthy nutrients that you should be looking for before finding a brand that you are comfortable with. 

The cost isn't terribly bad. Your local Kroger or Walmart sells them in individual cans, and they typically range between $2.00-$2.50, and sometimes like now, you can find them on sale for $1.19 a can.

200 Milligrams of caffeine is about the equivalent of 1-2 cups of coffee, which is perfectly fine unless you have an underlying health issue, and again check with your local Dr. or Physician to see what is deemed safe for you. (Drink Responsibly!) 

{6 Healthy Nutrients}:

1) L-CarnatineCarnitine plays a critical role in energy production. It transports long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria so they can be oxidized ("burned") to produce energy. It also transports the toxic compounds generated out of this cellular organelle to prevent their accumulation. Also has been known to help burn belly fat, The kind that surrounds vital organs. It's important for heart and brain function, along with aiding in muscle movement. 2-4 Grams daily is safe.


2) TaurineTaurine has important functions in the heart and brain. It helps support nerve growth. It might also benefit people with heart failure by lowering blood pressure and calming the nervous system. This might help prevent heart failure from becoming worse. The most common doses daily are between 500-2000 Milligrams, and still be safe.


3) NiacinNiacin is a B vitamin that's made and used by your body to turn food into energy. It helps keep your nervous system, digestive system and skin healthy. Niacin (vitamin B-3) is often part of a daily multivitamin, but most people get enough niacin from the food they eat.


4) Pantothenic AcidWhat is pantothenic acid and what does it do? Pantothenic acid (also called vitamin B5helps turn the food you eat into the energy you need. It's important for many functions in the body, especially making and breaking down fats.


5) Vitamin B6Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine) is important for normal brain development and for keeping the nervous system and immune system healthy. Food sources of vitamin B-6 include poultry, fish, potatoes, chickpeas, bananas and fortified cereals.


6) Vitamin B12Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps keep your body's blood and nerve cells healthy and helps make DNA, the genetic material in all of your cells. Vitamin B12 also helps prevent megaloblastic anemia, a blood condition that makes people tired and weak.


These are the main nutrients to look for, just make sure to check the sugar, and carb additives, and keep them under 5 Milligrams. Some have zero sugars and zero carbs, and those are much better choices.



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Saturday, August 7, 2021

*** 12 Week Fat Loss Program/NOT FOR BEGINNERS! Plus A Few Fitness Facts Below *** {529}

 πŸ’₯If you enjoy working out, and it's a big part of your life, then I have a really nice workout program below. The way it works is that you follow exactly how I laid it out. If you're starting on Monday, do everything on the list for that day. Next, If you workout On Tuesday then you will go down to day 2 and do everything on the list. Next would be Wednesday, and then you would do everything on the list for day 3. You've just completed each body part once. If you want to take Thursday off, then do so. Start back up on Friday back at day 1, and repeat the process over the weekend. Remember this is a 6 days a week split. If that doesn't work for you because of your busy schedule, then you pick and choose the days you want to workout with your 1 day off a week from the gym. Also make sure to get your cardio at the end of every workout because you want to save all of your energy for your workouts. You will obviously have to pick a comfortable weight that you're able to use with strict form for the reps I've listed below. 



 (Day 1 of 3, 1st Quarter)
1) Bench Press   4 Sets  8 Reps
2) Tricep Extension  5 Sets  10 Reps
3) Dumbbell Flyes   5 Sets  10 Reps
4) Tricep Pushdowns  5 Sets  10 Reps
5) Push Ups   4 Sets   15 Reps
6) Stability Ball Crunch  4 Sets  25 Reps
(Day 2 of 3)
1) Concentration Curl   5 Sets  8 Reps
2) Lat Pulldowns   {wide grip}   5 Sets  12 Reps
3) Standing Cable Curls   5 Sets 10 Reps
4) Cable Upright Rows   5 Sets  10 Reps
5) Stiff Legged Deadlifts  5 Sets  5 Reps
6) Bicycle Kicks  4 Sets  20 Reps
{Day 3 of 3}
1) Dumbbell Shoulder Press  5 Sets  10 Reps
2) Lunges  {Dumbbell}   5 Sets  10 Reps
3) Side Lateral Raise  5 Sets  10 Reps
4) Calf Raises  {Straight Bar}   5 Sets  15 Reps
5) Squats  5 Sets  5 Reps
-Note: This is based on a 6 day split, Warmup set not included:

*NOT FOR BEGINNERS! Make sure to get at least 20-30 minutes of cardio 2-3 times per week. You also must make sure that when finished with your workout, you have about a 45 minute window to get some protein in your body to feed your muscles, otherwise you might as well not even bother going to the gym. If you should drink a protein shake, make sure it has at least 20 Grams of protein, and if you want to also eat something, you should wait at least an hour before doing so, because you can get too much protein in your system and it will just be excreted out of your body through Urination. I will have many more Marketing & Fitness Tips, so please continue to follow my posts, I really appreciate it!

Hope this helps! Good Luck, and always stay safe!


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πŸ˜€Fitness Facts Below:

{Dynamic vs. Static Exercise}

Dynamic exercise activities keep joints and muscles moving. Examples are swimming, walking, cross country skiing, bicycling, weight training, and house cleaning. Blood circulation, strength, and endurance are improved by these continuous movements.

Static exercise, also known as isometrics, exerts muscles at high intensities without movement of the joints. Pushing on a heavy couch that does not move is an example of static exercise. Static exercise improves strength, but it also drives up blood pressure in an instant. People with circulation problems and high blood pressure should avoid exerting pressure without muscle movement. If you perform static exercise, never hold your breath. This can drive blood pressure dangerously high.

Stretching exercises may be dynamic or static. How they are performed determines this. Static stretching is good for the body. It should not be painful. The stretch is held steady for 30 seconds. This is the safe way to stretch.

Find out through a medical checkup what your activity and exercise restrictions are. People with circulatory problems should avoid activities that might drive up their blood pressure and heart rate too quickly.

Choose exercise activities that you enjoy and that are readily accessible.


{The Difference Between The 2 Different Muscle Fibers}


Muscle groups in the body are comprised of two types of fibers: Slow-twitch and Fast-twitch. Understanding the difference between the two, as well as the training methodologies which lead to successful training of each area, will lead to the recruitment of the highest possible number of fibers, and should be very important to bodybuilders!


The first kind is Type I fibers, or slow-twitch muscle fibers. These fibers have very strong aerobic ability for oxidation, they contract very slowly, and they are very useful in endurance activities. These muscle fibers are "hit", or engorged with nitrogen-rich blood, during higher rep training, specifically in sets of 12 to 20 reps. This type of training is often neglected by bodybuilders.


This group of muscle fibers is called Type II, and is considered to be of the fast-twitch variety. These fibers assist with short, heavy lift requiring short bursts of power. They are not effective in longer-term training, but are very useful in brief, high-intensity training like we see in bodybuilding or powerlifting. This is the training methodology that most trainers use in the gym.

If you currently train your body using only low- or high-rep schemes, it is very possible that you are neglecting a large number of muscle fibers in each muscle group. Powerlifters who always use rep schemes of 2 to 5 reps are completely ignoring slow-twitch fibers. Likewise, trainers who favor machines and higher rep schemes are neglecting their fast twitch fibers, which are significantly more important in bodybuilding than slow-twitch fibers.

The lesson here is simple. You must vary your rep ranges in order to recruit the largest possible number of muscle fibers of both types when training. Any bodybuilder or powerlifter who doesn't vary rep ranges is significantly limiting his or her bodybuilding success by leaving millions of muscle fibers untrained during each workout. As stated, bodybuilding training typically involved more fast-twitch fibers. However, as you move closer and closer to your finite potential for muscle building, it suddenly becomes clear that training a large group of untrained fibers might just be a great idea!


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Wednesday, August 4, 2021

*** My Recommendation Of My Top 5 Supplements Needed To Build Muscle *** {528}

 πŸ’₯The supplements below are all you really need in order to build quality muscle, and I'm going to tell you a little bit about each one. 

1) Protein PowderProtein shakes promote muscle gain and improve performance and recovery. They also prevent muscle loss and may even help increase muscle mass during weight loss. If you're a Woman who doesn't work out, you should strive to get at 40 grams of protein per day, and Men should strive for 60 grams daily. If you are an active person who likes to get some fitness activity, you should strive to get approximately 1-1.5 gram per pound of body weight. So let's say you're a 175 pound fit Man who enjoys working out, your daily protein goal should be 175 grams of protein per day.

 Same formula applies to an active woman. The advantage of taking a protein shake is that if you can't get enough protein through soluble foods, than you can drink a shake of your choosing to make up the difference. Just make sure you're NOT making the shakes your first priority. There are many different flavors and brands on the market, so what you choose will have to be up to you. I recommend going for Soy Protein because it is much less damaging to your kidney's.

It's ok if you choose another kind of protein, but if you take it in big doses for long periods of time, it can possibly damage your kidney's. You're ok for 3-4 month stretches, but again try to not over do it. You're just trying to reach your daily protein goals. 

When looking for shakes, or powders, look to see that it has between 20-40 grams of protein per serving. For me, I like to get more bang for my buck, so look for something that has close to 20 servings or more per container. Unless you're trying to bulk up, also look to make sure that the carbs and sugars are low. Around 3 grams of carbs or less per serving. 

Should you elect to try some Soy, you can actually find a few of those with over 30 servings per container, and actually under $20 per container in some cases. 

If you're someone struggling financially and uses food stamps, you can actually purchase some powders on your card, as long as the container says nutritional facts, and not supplemental facts. 

2) Pre Workout (Caffeine)How important is pre-workout drink?

pre-workout is a supplement designed to give you a boost of energy to increase athletic performance. Though formulas can differ a lot, most do this with a blend of caffeine, creatine, BCAA's, and Beta-Alanine. Caffeine is a stimulant and can enhance cognitive function and physical performance. The FDA says that anything under 400 milligrams of caffeine is deemed safe. I would shoot for between 200-300 MG in each serving. Even though Pre-workout drinks are important, the reason I suggest keeping your MG's slightly lower is because if you're taking too much, it can limit your nitric oxide flow, which will hinder blood flow into the muscle, and you won't get the fullness within the muscle. Again look for the best bang for your buck. Many of them have at least 30 servings, which if you're working out 6 days per week like I do, it will last you a month. Many of these products can be purchased for around $20 per container just about anywhere. Unfortunately food stamps won't cover this, or any of the remaining products below.

3) Creatine MonohydrateWhat is creatine monohydrate good for?

Creatine is thought to improve strength, increase lean muscle mass, and help with muscle recovery much more quickly during exercise. This muscular boost may help athletes achieve bursts of speed and energy, especially during short bouts of high intensity activities such as weight lifting or sprinting. Another product that is relatively inexpensive and can last for a month, and in some cases even longer.

The downside to this product is that if you're a diabetic such as myself, it will spike your insulin levels, so I recommend not using if you are a diabetic. You can purchase this product almost anywhere for between $20-$30 in most cases. Also if you already have Kidney Disease, you should also stay away. A healthy Kidney is in no danger of becoming damaged. Try to cycle. Use it for a few months, and then quit using for a month or even 2 before going back to it. 

A standard dose before workout is between 3-5 grams. Can be purchased in powder or pill form, your choice. Pushes more water into the muscle to make it look fuller.

4) Omega 3 Fatty Acids (Fish Oil)What are omega 3 fish oils good for

Lower blood pressure.
Reduce triglycerides.
Slow the development of plaque in the arteries.
Reduce the chance of abnormal heart rhythm.
Reduce the likelihood of heart attack and stroke.
Lessen the chance of sudden cardiac death in people with heart disease.
How much omega-3 fish oil should I take?
It is recommended that you take between 250-500 mg each day for healthy adults.

5) Multi VitaminsWhat does a multivitamin do for your body?
Many produce enzymes and hormones, boost your immunity, and keep your nerves and organs functioning properly. Your body also needs these nutrients for reproduction, maintenance, growth, and regulation of bodily processes. Multivitamins may offer many of these vitamins and minerals --- but varying amounts.
These are my 5 recommended products that I believe you should have if you're an athlete or a workout warrior in the gym. There are many different brands, and you will have to figure out what works the best for you. Nothing on my list is expensive, and a couple of things can be purchased with your food stamps. Hope this helps! 


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Friday, July 16, 2021

*** 7 Business Ideas You Can Start With No Money $$$ (Video) - 18 Minutes *** {527}

😭 For almost 2 years now Covid has been destroying lives, and lively hoods, with not only hundreds of thousands of deaths, but individuals losing there homes and businesses because we were all quarantined for months making it almost impossible to earn money.

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Wednesday, June 23, 2021

*** Fitness/Health Tips/5 Day Diabetic Meal Plan/My Breakfast In A Blender Recipe *** {526}

πŸ˜€ I like to talk about various things on my posts, but ultimately they are geared around Network Marketing. Remember it takes a strong mind and body in order to be successful and I also make posts about fitness and nutrition. Hope you find value in my posts! God Bless!!!



1) Wear lose fitting clothing while at gym!
2) Make sure to eat complex carbs approximately 45 minutes to an hour prior to workout! (example: oatmeal, banana) - {I eat 1 cup of oats with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter}
3) Make sure to consume protein/simple carbs within an hour after workout! (example: whey protein shake, sports drink/dextrose) dextrose is a simple sugary carb found in creatine, and is quickly digested to replenish fluids lost due to strenuous exercise.
4) Always remember to stretch the muscle/muscles that you will be training on the particular day, before, during, and after workout! *No bouncing, or jerking during stretch.
5) Always remember to keep hydrated! Drink between 3-6 cups of water every 15 minutes during exercise!
6) When performing any standing exercise, keep a slight bend in the knees to keep pressure off of the low back!
7) If training heavy, you should wear a lifting belt to help support the low back area!
8) Typically you should try to get between 5-15 minutes of light aerobic activity prior to workout!(example: treadmill)
*This will jump start your metabolism, and also loosen up tight muscles (this is not a must)
9) Work each body part 1-2 times per week!
*Vary your workout programs every 4-6 weeks to keep from plateauing.
10) Try to get between 30-45 minutes of cardio at least 3 times per week!
*Start out with low to moderate intensity and work up from there.
11) Never do high intensity programs for extended periods, vary your routines!
*High intensity programs will ultimately weaken your immune system.
12) Eat 5-7 small meals per day to keep blood sugar levels in check!

*For meal plans, you can go to a dietician, or find them on google.


{My Diabetic Breakfast In A Blender}

→ 6-8 oz of water  (substitute almond milk if you like)

→ 20-40 grams of protein powder

→ 4-5 strawberries (antioxidants)

→ half cup of blueberries (antioxidants)

→ half cup of blackberries (antioxidants)

→ half cup of raspberries (antioxidants)

→ 1 medium sized banana (22 grams of carbs)

→ 1/2 of an avocado (healthy fats)

→ handful of spinach leaves (excellent choice for diabetes)

→ 1-2 tablespoons of peanut butter of your choosing (healthy fats)

→ 1-2 tablespoons of organic Greek yogurt

→ 1-2 tablespoons of cinnamon (excellent for diabetes)

→ 3 shots of lemon juice

→ 3 shots of lime juice

→ 1 tablespoon of honey (your choice)

πŸ’₯What are antioxidants?  Antioxidants are substances that may protect your cells against free radicals, which may play a role in heart disease, cancer and other diseases. Free radicals​

πŸ‘‰You are getting a nice blend of protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats with this meal. Aside from the protein powder you will spend around $15, and this will make several shakes. You can even purchase protein powder for around $20 and that will give you usually around 15-20 servings per container. If you're strapped for cash and trying to get more servings per container, only use about half a scoop of powder with each meals, and/or try this every other day. 

*This is my breakfast everyday, and when I check my blood sugar approximately 3 hours later my numbers are very good. Keep in mind that as of now I take insulin, and Metformin. I hope you take your diabetes seriously if you have it, because I know what it does to people, and it's not pretty!

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