First let me say: eating healthy is a great foundation for getting fit and healthy, but exercise is what will really get you there. Actually, you can do one and not the other, but you’ll only be halfway there, really. You need both.
Rules for Exercising I have been exercising fairly steadily for more than a year now — starting in December 2005, I began a pretty ambitious running program. In fact, about a month after I started running, I got a big head and decided I would attempt to train for and complete a marathon. After some struggles during… Continue reading
For a long time, I wanted to lose weight. I know now that that’s a mistake. Weight is only one factor — lean muscle mass, body fat percentage, hip to waist ratio, etc. are all just as important.
After that, I wanted to get six-pack abs. That’s also a dumb goal. First of all, most people are not genetically programmed to have those kinds of abs. Second, even the supermodels and male models that have six-packs don’t have them all the time. Usually they have a little fat, and then burn it off in the weeks before a photo shoot.… Continue reading
Smoking is one of these type of habit that is hard to quit for many. Many people think they are not addicted to smoking and can quit anytime they want, until they really try it. Smoking is expensive, many health concerns including lung cancer and much more. However, some movies and stars show smoking to be cool and some young people may start smoking. Here are 10 ways to quit smoking easily enough, if you are ready.
1. Commit Thyself Fully.
In the quits that failed, I was only half into it. I told myself I wanted to quit, but… Continue reading
One of the main thing I struggle with is weight, it is hard for me to admit as a woman. I love food so I am in kitchen or in restaurant eating and sometimes eating all these yummy food catches up to me. I have about 15 lbs or so to lose right now. I worked so hard to lose lot of weight before and I am at almost my goal now. One of the key thing I have realized is losing weight has 2 part, eating healthy and exercise. Here I want to share how to eat healthy tips… Continue reading
This Rachel Ray 10-pc. Nonstick Hard Anodized Cookware Set, Orange cookware from Rachel Ray of 30 minutes meal show from Food TV, offers a set is an great value, including all of the pots and pans needed to to cook in your kitchen for daily meals. The set contains most basic pieces that every cook will have to use everyday cooking. It includes saucepans for whisking a homemade sauce or cooking your morning oatmeal breakfast. The big stockpot is goof for soups, stews or boiling pasta. Most used cookware skillets great… Continue reading
When winter times comes, all many parents of young kids dread, as often kids will through many cold, sniff, and cough in the season. While it is not serious, it can get serious in terms of bronchitis or pneumonia if not watched properly. The common cold is a miserable condition that is caused by an invastion of a number of viruses that have spawned in the nose and throat – such as coronavirus, metapneumovirus, adenoviruses and over 100 serotypes of rhinovirus, a type of picornavirus. It has been said that the basic cold can be caused by over two hundred… Continue reading
An Introduction to Type 1 Diabetes: The facts you should know
Thought to be a quite uncommon condition, Type I diabetes affects approximately one out of every 250 people, both adults and young kids living in the US today. Although the word “juvenile” has long been associated with this type of the disease, as in Type I juvenile onset diabetes, the disease process may actually occur at any time in life, and appears equally among both women and men.
There are thousands things that can go wrong with your body. Consider this short list:
Soup is one of the healthiest meal and easy to make and digest for many little ones. There are great soup recipes for every season to best use the seasonal vegetables and fruits. I found this recipe online and thought of making it. It loved by my family a lot, so I thought of sharing it with you all. It makes a great weeknight dinner or early Sunday Brunch. It is vegan but your meat eater will love it too. It’s easy to make, it’s vegan, it’s healthy, and it is perfection. I can’t get enough of it. Go out… Continue reading
Gazpacho remains popular with field hands as a way to cool off during the summer and to use available ingredients such as fresh vegetables and stale bread.
There are many modern variations of gazpacho, often in different colors and omitting the tomatoes and bread in favor of avocados, cucumbers, parsley, watermelon, grapes, meat stock, seafood, and other ingredients. Gazpacho has become an almost generic term for chilled vegetable soup.
In summer days if you want to not cook on stove top, this fresh and healthy market gazpacho is perfect! Not only it is fast to make, but it… Continue reading