You know the old saying "Never say Never"? I've never agreed with that! Ha ha! There are definitely some things in life that can we confidently say we should never do, especially when it comes to reaching our health and fitness goals. But I'll soften the word "never" and say "very, very rarely should you do these thing if you want to achieve your weight-loss and/or fitness goals."
It is interesting to see how many calories you could spare yourself by switching to a healthier alternative. By sharing this with you, I'm certainly not saying to give up all of those holiday favorites! I'm all about allowing yourself to have a "treat" once in awhile. Moderation is the key!
Are you a seasoned running veteran and/or a new runner prone to injury? Have you recently read Born to Run and inspired to run barefoot, buy Vibrams or finally take on that ultra out west? Do you want to keep running in your 70's or 80's?
Posted by Amy Peacock @ Friday, November 09, 2012 @ 11:24am
National Posture Institute Research Review-Total hip replacement surgery increases risk of stroke: UK study. An international study involving the University of Southampton has shown people who undergo a total hip replacement are at a higher risk of a stroke in the first two weeks after surgery.
This recipe is easier than it sounds. It's a great way to get a well balanced meal with out overdoing it on the portions. We are so tempted to take a few scoops of pasta when pouring on our plate. So these pasta muffins are the perfect size..all you need it 2! :) Ingredients:4 cups cooked whole wheat pasta1 tbsp whole wheat flour1 cup almond milk1 cup low-fat or fat-free chedder cheese1/2 cup canned pumpkin1 egg1 egg whitechopped spinachchopped zuccinichopped mushroomscinnamon