Health and Nutrition
Getting children to eat more vegetables, yes, it's become a decades-long cliche. As a great source of fibre and antioxidants, both of which promote good health and healthy weight, it's not surprising. Vegetables are also full of flavour ....Learn More
Keeping fit without visiting the gym.
Many people think that the only way they can get fit is if they sign up for a gym membership. The logic behind it is simple. They believe that if they spend money on a gym membership, they will be more committed. Unfortunately, that is not always the case....
TIPS FOR WEIGHT LOSS.
Starting a diet is easy but staying on one is hard. The worst part of dropping off a weight loss programme is the feeling that you have failed, that you lack commitment and willpower. While it is important to take responsibility for controlling your weight, it's also important to understand that most failures are not personally attributable, but due to unrealistic, unsustainable programmes
WATER AND WEIGHT LOSS.
Have you ever wondered what the correlation is between water and your body weight? How important is drinking of water in your quest to lose weight? Water is an essential drink in everyday life and a great tool for those who are dieting.
Research has demonstrated that increased water consumption is an effective weight loss strategy. Drinking water before each meal has been shown to promote weight loss.
Some of the pointers to the importance of drinking water, especially when dieting are:
Water boosts the body's metabolic rate and help to feel more energetic. Water can help your metabolism burn calories 3% faster. Since metabolism plays a big role in losing weight, it is important to give your body what it needs in order for it to work the way you want.
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