Artichokes contain a lot of instant nutritional perks as well as potential long-term health benefits. They’re also extremely versatile when it comes to cooking options.
Plenty of folks have never thought to eat an artichoke, mostly because it has kind of a strange look and an even stranger name. Fair.
Well, to ensure you’re not missing out, we’re intro’ing this little green goodie with everything you need to know about its nutritional value and how it translates to health boosts for your body.
You might’ve seen artichokes referred to as globe artichokes, French artichokes, or green artichokes. You might’ve also seen them being called vegetables, but they’re actually a type of thistle, which has been around for thousands of years.
An artichoke is a bulb made up of its thorny outer leaves, feathery choke, and fleshy heart. The heart is at the base of the bulb and this
Regan Grimes’ rise in Men’s Open bodybuilding has been impressive during his short time competing in the IFBB Pro League. He is relatively young with his 29th birthday on June 26, 2022, and his dramatic transformation from amateur to pro has garnered a lot of attention. Grimes shared more of his off-season growth efforts on June 29, 2022 — he has been utilizing Neubie electrical stimulation therapy through Neufit with the help of bodybuilder Andy Velcich.
Grimes plans to improve his overall conditioning and add “at least” 10 pounds of mass to his physique in the coming months for the 2022 Olympia on Dec. 15-18, 2022, in Las Vegas, NV.
We are doing progressive overload. Each week we go a little heavier [to] add more mass to the chest.
Check out the full video below, where Grimes was 25 weeks out from the 2022 Olympia, courtesy of the JayCutlerTV YouTube