1. Lose some extra weight- being a little bit overweight can shorten your life.2. Get more sleep-- strive for 6-8 hours a night.3. Push harder in your workouts-- workouts with intensity torch more fat.4. Eat better meals-- getting the right nutrients can make you look and feel better.5. Drink a glass of water as soon as you hear your alarm in the a.m.-- hydrating yourself first thing in the morning is good for your body and your skin
banaan is lekker maar het ziet er niet uit! De jam van nectarines en dadels ziet er beter uit en de smaak is uiteraard anders. Hoe je dit maakt? Heel simpel. Doe een nectarine in je blender. Voeg een aantal ontpitte dadels toe en mix. Kijk of de dikte goed is en vind je het nog wat te dun voeg dan nog wat dadels toe. Het is lekker, het is snel te maken en er zijn geen extra toevoegingen aan te pas gekomen. Wel in de koelkast bewaren!
NPI staff is getting ready to meet SCW Conference attendees in Atlanta, GA! And don’t forget take the opportunity to register for World Fitness Business Owners Pre-Summit (WFBOS) for FREE. Register Here: http://npionline.org/workshops/WFBOS
We all have a pretty good idea that the prevelence of obesity is increasing. We see it when we shop, in our schools and at work. Truth is that we see it wherever we go! Obesity is increasing globally not just in our own geographic locations.What are the escalated health risks associated with obesity?*Diabetes *Strokes*Heart Disease
Skipping A Meal - It has been shown through various research studies that people who skip breakfast weigh more than breakfast eaters. There is a misconception that skipping breakfast -- or any meal -- saves calories. In truth, most people who eat less than three meals usually end up eating more calories during the course of the day. And usually eat foods higher in simple carbs and refined sugars.
Posted by No Name @ Tuesday, July 24, 2012 @ 11:58am
1. Never Skip Breakfast! - Breakfast eaters are 30% less likely to be obese or overweight. They also get more fiber, calcium, and other key nutrients. Breakfast eaters also tend to consume less soda, fried foods, and more of fruits, veggies, and dairy.