A short story about this ministry…

MyWayMinistries has emerged out of the unexpected, whereas the Holy Spirit prompted me and put on my mind the idea of a website which would be a true inspiration to others as He insisted.

This piece of work is to serve as a vessel and a blessing in a community of believers so as to encourage, exhort and heal ordinary people like you and I and those out there that are as well desperate and hungry after a world of truth and comfort and have not yet known and met Christ Jesus as their Lord and Savior.

We started out knowing not what the Lord had in store and what the next steps would be? So In the patience was I to wait until the Lord had revealed and strengthened His calling for this prophetic ministry to preaching the the Good News about Christ Jesus and the coming Kingdom and also concerning the unveiling of the End times Bible Prophecy and mysteries.

This is the Lord’s great commision imparted to each one of us which is to preach the Good News of the Kingdom of God and how we have been saved and were called to His marvellous light.

These are Jesus’ words, “You will know the Truth, and the Truth shall make you free.” John 8.32

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The Best Thing to Eat After a Run for Weight Loss

The Best Thing to Eat After a Run for Weight Loss

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After an exhilarating run, you may be tempted to skip the post-run snack, especially if you’re trying to lose weight. However, eating after a run may actually help you shed pounds. Running depletes your muscle glycogen, or stored carbohydrate, and breaks down muscle tissue. Eating a snack with carbohydrates and protein helps replenish glycogen stores and rebuilds your muscles, ensuring that you’re ready to go for your next workout and keep you on a consistent running regimen. A nutritious snack also aids your weight loss by preventing the extreme hunger that causes you to overeat later in the day.

Greek Yogurt and Fruit

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Low- and nonfat Greek yogurt is higher in protein than traditional yogurt, with 17 grams of protein in 6 ounces of nonfat yogurt. This excellent source of non-meat protein pairs well with fruit, which provides the carbohydrates that will help you replenish your glycogen stores. Many fruits are also loaded with water, which helps replenish the water you lost on your run.

Banana and Almond Butter

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Along with being a good carbohydrate source, bananas are high in potassium, an electrolyte that is often depleted following sweaty, strenuous running. Almond butter provides protein and a small amount of healthy fat, both of which help you feel satisfied for longer and less likely to overeat later in the day. Because almond butter is calorie-dense, limit yourself to one tablespoon with your banana.

Chocolate Milk

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If you feel too nauseous to eat a snack after your run, drinking your snack may be more appealing. Chocolate milk has an optimal ratio of carbohydrates to protein, according to the American Council on Exercise. A study published in the “International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism” showed that drinking chocolate milk between two exhaustive cycling sessions increased the cyclists’ endurance on the second bout more than when they drank a carbohydrate-only beverage. One cup of low-fat chocolate milk has 178 calories, 32 grams of carbohydrates and 8 grams of protein.

Turkey Sandwich with Hummus on Whole-Wheat Bread

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Turkey breast is a low-calorie source of protein, with 125 calories and 26 grams of protein in a 3-ounce serving. Hummus is a flavorful alternative to mayonnaise and contains a small amount of healthy fat to enhance flavor and keep you feeling full. Whole-wheat bread provides complex carbohydrates, which release into your bloodstream more slowly than white bread, keeping you satisfied for longer. To keep your calories in check, opt for half a sandwich with 2 to 3 ounces of turkey and a thin layer of hummus.

Considerations

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Weight loss requires you to consume fewer calories than you burn throughout the day. Account for these post-run snacks in your overall calorie intake and ensure that the portion sizes you choose are appropriate for your overall calorie needs and activity level. Nutritious meals and snacks at other times of the day are also essential for an effective weight-loss plan.


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