Eating well is Jiu-Jitsu: post-workout snack with Professor Kaliffa Oliveira

Professor Kaliffa Oliveira is the focus of this week’s ‘eating well’ with his healthy Jiu-Jitsu lifestyle.

The black belt has been practicing judo since the age of 3, falling in love with the gentle art later on and today is a strong representative of the GB family and the Jiu-Jitsu for Everyone program in Alabama, United States.

1526329_10200635533731336_1223679184_n-2The athlete carries many major titles such as champion of the Las Vegas Open, the New York open, third place jiujitsu world champion, third place in the PanAmerican, 5 times Brazilian champion in judo and 2 times American champion in judo.

With a rigorous training routine, lectures to be delivered and daily training, Kaliffa knows very well that health is eating well and eating well is jiu-jitsu.

His favorite post-workout meal:

Fillet mignon  with Baked Sweet Potatos

1479158_10200421864469738_2096853132_o-2” This is my favorite post-workout meal. It recovers lost proteins and helps weight gain.” Kaliffa Oliveira

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This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace professional guidance. The use of vitamins and dietary supplements can benefit a person, but we recommend consulting a nutritionist, doctor or other specialist for evaluation and monitoring prior to using any health enhancement products.

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