Statistics show that seat belts add to longevity and help alleviate potential injuries in car crashes. Thought for the day: Buckle down and buckle up.
Statistics show that seat belts add to longevity and help alleviate potential injuries in car crashes. Thought for the day: Buckle down and buckle up. Greater muscle strength, however, was associated with stronger bones.
Banana – The banana made my list since almost everyone loves bananas, but most of us think that they are fattening! Well, at about 120 calories for a medium one, loaded with potassium, vitamin C, sweet and starchy, they make the list. Bananas are also versatile.
Walking and swimming. Any body can walk and those of you who know how to swim can swim. For these two activities you do not need much gear and experts say that these two exercises have no side effects and are excellent stress busters.
Diet plays an important role in our day to day life so it is necessary to maintain the proper diet. Diet-friendly sugar substitutes may not be so slimming after all. A new study in lab animals furthers the theory that zero-cal sweeteners throw your body out of whack and plump you up.
The music may sound just perfect, and you may think that you can start doing shimmies and hip drops. That is not the case. Give your muscles the attention they deserve before and after your practice.
fast foods are higher in fat, calories and sugar than home-prepared foods, there are many healthier fast food choices. Try some of the fast foods which have nutritional data for calories, fat percentage, protein and carbohydrates are supplied.
Before we discuss the fat burning tools, let’s accept that there is no overnight way to burn fat. Let’s focus on the tools of fat burning rather than watching for immediate results. Start with small changes and pile them up like college credits!
Environmental stresses, pollution, and negative vibrational energy currents plague us to a degree that is unprecedented in human history. Using the science of yoga and the wisdom of the ancients, it is possible to create a space of harmony in our own homes.
Stress is a key contributor to poor health. Study after study has found that when a person is stressed, the body reacts. The result of stress could be high-blood pressure, tension headaches, upset stomachs, poor posture, and so on. Keeping stress in check will help you manage your overall health much better.