Weight Loss With CCRES Fucus

Digestion and #metabolism are not one and the same, but they certainly need to work together for optimal workout benefits. Digestion involves the breaking down of food and distributing nutrients throughout the body while at the same time getting rid of the any waste.

Metabolism is when your body uses the energy and nutrients from the digestion process to aid workouts and also to process food in everyday life.

For your metabolism to work properly, the #digestive system needs to be feeding it the right nutrients for exercise. Likewise, if your metabolism isn't so great, the digestive system ends up storing excess calories as fat, so both need to be working in tandem for your body to completely benefit. After only 10 minutes of exercise, your #bloodstream contains more metabolites than when you started, and consistent exercise stimulates long-term changes in metabolism.

During weight training, the digestive system competes with the muscles for all that blood flow that's occurring during a workout. Whichever one has the heavier load wins this epic showdown, so it's important to have a specific eating schedule that favours your muscles since they need the blood supply a lot more than the digestive system (he is a bit greedy it seems).

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