Eating every 2 to 3 hours, stimulate your metabolism for a short period of time, which means that the more often you eat, the more you’ll increase your metabolism. Eating every 2 to 3 hoursfeeds muscle and starves fat.
Posted by Nahid Masumi @ Friday, February 21, 2014 @ 21:28pm
As we age and become less active, core strength is often one of the first things to suffer. Poor core strength can lead to a domino effect of other physical aches and pains due to poor body mechanics and poor alignment.
Posted by Nahid Masumi @ Friday, February 21, 2014 @ 21:24pm
As we age our risk for falling increases, something we don’t want to think or talk about. There are many different reasons why people fall, however the risk factors for falling increases as we age. From reduced muscle strength, reduced joint range of motion, still muscles, bone and/or joint problems, loss of sensation (peripheral neuropathy in the feet due to diabetes or chemo therapy), reduced vision, changes in the inner ear (vestibular), and then there are environmental hazards that can cause a fall to happen and taking certain types of medication.
This winter has been very trying for all. I do not like to see anyone slip all over the place, risk injury, get hurt; especially, when there is a great solution.
Please look up ice treads or cleats to find a vast majority of versatile, portable slip resistant items that easily fit on footwear.
Another reason, among many, not to eat at fast food establishments. Besides eating too many calories when we are out and nutritional values of fast food is dismal, we intake chemicals, non real food and added colors…. and we wonder why we can’t lose weight. We intake “stuff” our body cannot process therefore screwing up our metabolism. Eat food with ingredients you can pronounce.