We all vary with the amount of energy we need or require throughout our day, especially if we’re going to be exercising or certain training levels. Some days we’re going to be training intensely. Sometimes we are going to be doing recovery exercises. Ideally every breakfast should start with something that is alive. You need at least twelve ounces of alkalized water and then put in some type of super green shake as well. Also have a piece of fruit. All these will provide some carbohydrates – it’s going to provide high biometric value which is going to give you energy as well.
I recommend that you work out in the morning as well. That is the ideal time to work out – not only is it going to increase your metabolism this way, it’s going to be burning calories throughout the day and give you a better sense of well-being if you start your day with working out. Harder workout at the end of the day. I recommend the post workout meal – something that is going to replenish the glycogen which is the fuel in your muscles – it could be as simple as having a banana with twelve ounces of alkalized water with some hemp protein. I recommend for a lot of people to use Spirulina which is a super food, it’s a green algae that occurs naturally. It actually has the highest level of protein of any food found on the planet.
After that, probably two hours later, have a sprouted grain pancake with some coconut oil, coconut milk, agave nectar or sprinkle some pico in there for a little bit of a chocolate taste and throw some blueberries in there. An ideal lunch, I’ve been a big fan of Dr. Praeger’s veggie burgers. They’re vegetarian, vegan burgers and they are actually my favorite, the “tex mex” variety. On the side, have some sprouts or some beets and broccoli and I would probably have two NutriBullet shakes. NutriBullet is just a blender and I blend an avocado, some dark leafy greens, some Spirulina, hemp seed and also some coconut milk. I have an additional one to two super green shakes throughout the day.
This meal plan is going to keep you very alkalized and give you tons of energy throughout the day with all the protein you are going to need to sustain any type of intense training that you need to do.
Dr. Kasprowicz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Montclair State University and graduated from the New York Chiropractic College with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2001. He is certified in the Graston Technique, Kinesio Tape certified, and fully certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners as well as the New Jersey State Board of Chiropractic. Dr Jan Kasprowicz of New Jersey Chiropractic & Sports Recovery can be reached at (917) 748-2902 and is located at 611 U.S. 46 Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604.