Healthy Diet And Exercise – The Perfect Combination To Remain Fit

February 28th, 2014


A perfectly planned diet paired with a vigorous exercise regime – you must have heard these two words a million times regarding weight loss. They are, no doubt, the best way to lose those extra pounds and that excess body fat. They can help to make you slimmer, look good and feel confident once again. However, there are several other reasons why diet and exercise are important for any person.

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Get Recharged And Work All Day Long With A Healthy Diet

February 18th, 2014


Excessively exhausted or not ready to cook after 8 hours of uninterrupted busy schedule, we take the easy trail to intake pizza, burgers or a store-bought snack to fill the tummy with unwholesomeness, but this is too classic routine of our modern day survival. Sorrowfully we are in taking foodstuff crammed with sugar, fat and salt that can leave us near flabby-ness, heart attack and numerous uninvited maladies. An unhealthy diet has severe impact, and can result in washed-out vigor, stress, and sickness. However being hectic doesn’t necessarily mean missing vigorous eating habits. It just require some familiarity to nutritious food and association

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Effective But Forbidden Weight Loss Ideas

February 12th, 2014


Most of us look for easy and effective ways of dieting. It is important to understand that you will need a lot of determination, patience and hard work to make any diet program successful. While you will come across thousands of crash diets and weight control pills which guarantee immediate weight loss, you should be wary of their consequences. You should ideally read through the reviews of different types of weight loss plans before experimenting with any. It is also advisable to consult with your doctor when you are keen to enroll into any such program.

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Paleo Diets And Dental Health

February 6th, 2014


If you’re anything like me, you might be obsessed with human prehistory in the Paleolithic period. Starting as a kid, I read all the books I could get my hands on about how our Cro-Magnon and Neanderthal ancestors may have lived.  This passion was only compounded when I read Jean M. Auel’s  Earth’s Children series, starting with The Clan of the Cave Bear.  Auel’s imaginative Ice Age fiction epics carefully constructed a portrait of everyday life for early humans, complete with detailed descriptions of their diets and their natural medicinal treatments.

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Slow Roasted Tomato Hummus

January 30th, 2014


Hummus is a nutritious dip which is perfect for pita breads, crackers and many more. What makes this dip extra special is the nutrition that it can provide our body with. Traditionally, a humus can be made with tahini sauce, garlic and many more. These days, you can be able to find modernized and modified hummus recipes. Aside from being more nutritious, it has become more delicious as well. Here is one hummus recipe you would like to try.

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The Connection Between Anorexia And Cholesterol

January 28th, 2014


Anorexia is an eating disorder that affects one percent of the American population. Anorexics typically believe themselves to be fat, even when at a dangerously low body weight, and severely restrict their caloric intake in order to lose weight. Anorexia has the highest mortality rate of any mental illness, somewhere between 10 and 20 percent according to different studies.

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Is Sugar Addiction Why Most New Year’s Resolutions To Diet Fail?

January 22nd, 2014


Despite the warm wishes and nostalgic traditions that bring family and friends together, the holidays rank as one of the most stressful times of the year. The hectic and seemingly never-ending period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day places a lot of pressure and responsibility on shoulders already overburden during the other 10 months of the year.

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Zinc & Magnesium In Your Diet

January 22nd, 2014


Not eating enough fruit and vegetables and eating the same staple but bland and often unhealthy junk food can and often does lead to malnutrition and poor sleeping patterns. Two of more unusual elements we need are zinc and magnesium. These two provide a many health benefits especially in immune function and improved quality of sleep.

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DASH Diet Ranked Number One In Survey Of Top Diets For 2014

January 20th, 2014


The promise of a new year gives those looking to make a fresh start the perfect opportunity to cast out the old and welcome in the new by making New Year’s resolutions that will help to revitalize their daily routines. Roughly 45 percent of Americans make at least one New Year’s resolution, according to researchers at the University of Scranton, but only eight percent manage to achieve their goal.

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5 Types of Foods to Avoid When You Want to Lose Weight Fast

January 19th, 2014


You are what you eat and some of the best tasting foods such as pizza are not healthy. They contain lots of calories that if taken excessively can make you have stored fat in your body which can bring serious illness such as high blood pressure, diabetes, chronic and heart diseases. Making well informed and well thought out selections when it comes to what you eat is important if you are serious about losing those extra pounds. There those foods that help you lose weight such as fruits, veggies and whole grain cereals while there are those that are detrimental to your weight lose goals. If you want to reach your weight loss and fitness goals, discussed below are some types of foods that you should avoid at all costs.

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