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150 g. tomato, chopped
2 thsp. chopped chives
1 tbsp. honey
2 tsp. rice vinegar
2 tbsp. CapTri®
1/4 tsp. Mrs. Dash
Combine ingredients in medium size dish and chill. Pour over salad greens or use as a baste for meat.
Article Of The Month
The Wisdom of John Parrillo
The easy way to build muscle and lose fat
By Duke Nukem
YouTube is an amazing resource. Experts on any and every conceivable topic can be instantly accessed. It is an amazing thing to be able to see real experts talk about and demo all types and kinds of subjects. One such video features our very own John Parrillo in a recent YouTube snippet entitled, “The easy way to build muscle and lose fat.” In eleven minutes and twenty-two seconds, John poses and answers just about every conceivable question related to how to attain this ultimate bodybuilding state-of-being. Parrillo has a highly defined strategy for achieving this most elusive of metabolic states: adding muscle and reducing body fat at the same time. This requires a subtle balance between nutrition, exercise and recuperation. It all needs to be balanced and in perfect synchronization. Attaining and retaining this tricky balance represents the highest form of the bodybuilding art. The goal is problematic: the bodybuilder builds muscle (anabolic) while simultaneously losing body fat (catabolic.) Parrillo shows how to pursue the two conflicting goals at the same time whereas normally these two goals are pursued independent of one another. Parrillo shows how it can be done, but as you might expect, the guidelines are stringent: hard consistent exercise is “underpinned” with high performance nutrition and targeted nutritional supplementation. Everything is scientifically monitored on a continual and ongoing basis through the use of BodyStat.