The more weight you drop, the more hungry you will be, that’s pretty much how it works. Keeping the cravings down as you lose weight can be a tough thing to do, stay focused and read these tips.
Keys to a healthy heart: Plant-based diet, regular sleep and exercise. Now almonds are taking a bigger role in protecting your heart too!
Make sure you get enough vitamins into your diet along with a good nights rest is key to your health. Vitamin D is one of those essential vitamins you should be getting lots of too.
The end of your workout usually involves some stretching and some sort of meal. Maybe a shake or a light healthy snack or even right to a nice dinner.
Always make sure to wash your fruits and veggies before you eat them. Pesticides are all over your veggies and fruits and they will stay right there if you don’t get the stuff off.
Slips and falls are common among older adults and can result in fractures and other injuries. Doctors always recommend keeping up an active lifestyle and exercising regularly.
So many of us enjoy our junk food! Our favourite snacks and comfort foods aren’t always healthy either. Children love the junk food even more than we do sometimes, but it needs to stop.
Parting with your precious pillow for a few hours is something most people would like to do, but it may be time to adjust the amount of time you spend wrapped up in bed.
Until we can all finally get outside and run after an extra long winter, I have a few key tips on how you can boost your workout on the treadmill at home or in the gym.
You may already have your perfect gym routine mapped out but it may be time to change it around just a bit.
You can work your way down the alphabet with vitamins. Each one with it’s own benefits. Let’see how the letter A stacks up.
Load up on all of it. Soup, sauce, juice, anything that’s got the red stuff.
It’s in your household cleaners, it’s in your food, and it’s in your stomach.
Are you getting all your vitamins?
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