There's never been a better time to be a health-conscious eater. Why? Because these days, so many delicious foods that used to be off-limits are now thought to be really good for you.Still, “good for you” and “okay to eat in unlimited quantities” aren’t the same thing.
Posted by Juliet Gould @ Saturday, February 06, 2016 @ 14:28pm
It has been a while since my last post...busy with life: started teaching this spring semester so there was a lot of prepping for two new classes which is what took away from my posts. Squeezing in a little update during my lunch break. This new lifestyle is quite challenging to say the least. As my body was going through detoxing, I had some days where I just didn't feel great or with energy. My husband helped me through this phase because I didn't want to continue. One of the great things of choosing to make changes is allowing yourself some gra
I'm sure you've heard the saying.......results are 70% what you eat and 30% exercise (or some variation of this). Well, I'm here to tell you that this is NOT true....I'm not sure where this math came from....but results are 100% dedication to BOTH what you eat and what you do!
Even though I have exercised pretty much all my life, I haven't always eaten right. When I was younger, nutrition was something of a mystery to me. All I knew was what I had heard…fat was the devil! So, I avoided fat at all costs. I loaded up on pretzels and every packaged fat free product advertised in the grocery store. It didn’t matter what I ate as long as it didn’t have fat. But what I didn’t know was that I was actually loading up on carbs, calories and sugar that eventually turned to fat. What?
Help release your body of infection instead of just drawing the infection back in with over the counter symptom relievers. All they do is push all of your symptoms back into your body. Why do you think it take 2 weeks to get over an infection with medicines that do not purge the body of the infection?http://mkfitness4life.com/2016/01/22/cold-season-is-here/