1. Every two months, begin a vitamin program. The vitamin program should last two months, meaning you’ll have two months “ON” and two months “OFF”. Repeat this process three times per year.
2. Write down your food choices in a diet journal at least one week in a month. It will help to track of what you’re putting into your body and will help identify mistakes you are making. A Calculator, kitchen scale and calorie counting chart are also beneficial aids in monitoring food intake. Don’t forget to count and note; only this will help you work out food discipline.
3. Don’t forget about the importance of eating on a regular basis. Eating 3-4 times is a optimal. It’s also preferable to eat at the same periods of time each day with at least a 5-7 hour break from the time you go to sleep until your morning meal.
4. A Fasting is welcome addition to any diet plan. One day a week (Tuesdays are recommended) limit your diet to Fruits and Vegetable soups. This will give you a total of 4 fast days per …
Try this Surprising ways to improve your mood instantaneously. Being happier doesn’t have to be long term ambition. You can start right now and in next 30 minutes, tackle as many of the following suggestions as possible. Not only will these tasks themselves increase your happiness, but the mere fact that you’ve achieved some concrete goals will boost your mood. 1.Raise your activity level to pump up your energy. If you’re on the phone, stand up and pace. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Put more energy into your voice. Take a brisk 10 minute walk. Even better……… 2.Take a walk outside. Research suggests that light stimulates brain chemicals that improve mood. For an extra boost, get sunlight first in the morning. 3.Reach out. Send an e-mail to a friend you haven’t seen in a while, or reach out to someone new. Having close bonds with other people is one of the most important keys to happiness. When you act in a friendly way, not only will others feel friendlier toward you, but you’…
We see and hear about our heart, a non-stop worker of our body somewhere. Previously peoples thought that their emotions came from their hearts, maybe because the heart beats faster when a person is scared or excited. Now we came to know that the emotions come from the, and that brain tells the heart what to do. Here Let us know the A-Z things about that Non-stop worker, the Heart elaborately.
Your heart is located a little to the left of the middle of your chest, and it’s about the size of your fist. No muscle is as special as your heart muscle, because of what it does. The Heart pumps the blood around your body with oxygen and nutrients which your body needs. It also carries the waste that your body has get rid of. The right side of your heart receives the blood from the body and pumps it to the Lungs. The left side receives blood from lungs and pumps it out to the body.
An Amazing Job
How does the heart beat? Before each beat, it fills with blood. Then its muscle c…
Most People know what exercise is, but do you know why exercise is so important? It isn’t so you can look all sweaty like people on TV commercials for exercise equipment. And it isn’t so you can have huge muscles to bust out of your clothes like a superhero, either.
Exercise is important because it keeps people’s bodies and minds healthy. Without exercise, we wouldn’t be feeling or looking very good. Actually, there are so many reasons why exercise is good for you, it’s time to get right into it and see why it’s cool to be fit!
Exercise Makes Your Heart Happy
Your is one hardworking part, pumping blood everyday of your life. The heart is a muscle, and it’s strongest muscle in your body – but it’s always looking to become even stronger! Since it can’t lift weights to get stronger, it relies on you to do aerobic exercise.
Aerobic is a fancy word for needing oxygen, and aerobic exercise is any kind of activity that makes your muscles use oxygen. Aerobic exercise is repet…
Good eating habits are necessary for you to be at your best. Avoiding these habits will keep you in better shape.
It is the worst thing you can ever do to your body. The senior consultant of Max Hospital, Dr.Shubnam Singh says, “Eating several small meals keeps your calorie intake and blood sugar level Balanced.” “Breakfast is the most important meal. Your body needs it, and if you don’t eat it, your metabolism will suffer” Dr.Singh adds.
If you think maintaining a balanced diet on week days is good enough reason to stuff yourself with high-cal foods on weekends, it’s time to think again. Says Dr.singh: “those extra calories can add a few pounds a year to your weight.”
Everyone gorges on fast food once in a while. Says Dr.Atul mathur, senior consultant Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre: “Such foods contain lots of chemicals & artificial substances. Therefore, they cannot provide your body with necessary nutrients elements it nee…
• I have two doctors, my left leg and my right.- By G.M.Trevelyan
Much has been written and said about the joys and benefits of walking. It’s perhaps one of the gentlest, most inexpensive, most sustainable and universal ways of staying healthy.
There’s nothing wrong with that except that you could use your daily walk to do more than just improve your physical health. By walking ‘mindfully’, you can make a wonderful way of relaxing and de-stressing.
But how many times have you walked without having noticed a single thing on your way, either because you were too busy either chatting with your ‘walking friends’ or caught in your thoughts.
Are you ready to walk? Let us come with me.
First, make sure you are dressed right – loose, comfortable clothing, nothing that will slip off, needs holding on to or constant adjustment, nothing that is too loose, too tight etc. Your feet should be in a pair of Sturdy, comfortably fitting walking shoes. No slippers please. They may slip off, make flapping n…