Who’s tired, raise your hand? And hands around the world shoot up like rockets. As a culture we are overstressed, overworked, burn the candle at both ends trying to do and be it all for everyone. Obviously this is no way of life. Balance is critical and while I’m well aware you have bills to pay and likely little ones to raise, there are still many things you can do to naturally boost your energy and mitigate the dangerous effects of stress on your body.
Being self-loathing about your size is self-destructive. It’s more productive to love yourself enough to focus on making healthy lifestyle choices.
Overcoming a weight-loss plateau is a matter of tracking your calories in and calories out, according to your basal and active metabolic rates, and ramping up your sweat sessions.
Thinking it's better to work out on an empty stomach and that cardio is better than weight training are two exercise myths that should be tossed.
I have heard many a registered dietician refer to a vegan as a carbitarian– simply because of many individuals make this lifestyle choice based on ethics and not necessarily nutrition. Therefore they don’t have all the tools they need to pursue this diet in the healthiest way possible.
Now, in my opinion, through all my experience, and my ongoing conversations with the majority of doctors and registered dieticians over the last 20 years, being an omnivore who eats mostly plants, healthy fats, some whole grains, and organic sustainable meat in moderation, is ideal.
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These workout hacks, including high-intensity interval training and changing up your workout routine, will help you lose weight fast.
Healthy eating includes incorporating superfoods like fish, nuts and caffeine in your diet, as long as you're consuming the right kinds at the right amounts.
A liver cleanse is the secret to ageless beauty, weight loss, and a healthy immune system. Here's how to get it done.