Running on a treadmill has helped my outdoor running. I have been using it for years and credit it with improving my stamina and overall conditioning. I prefer to do my running outside, on a grassy surface, however living in a temperate region of the US with its harsh winters has forced me to utilized […]
Every year it seems that there are new dietary guidelines or upgrades being introduced which totally go against past study conclusions. There are new foods that give more energy, new super duper supplements to help you lose weight faster, new diets to follow or new eating programs to help us slim down.
In the past, fats were stigmatized […]
I am sure this has happened to you in the past — you get on a roll with your exercises and it’s going good for about a month or more then the inevitable happens– you have to take time off because of personal reasons. It could be an injury, or job constraints, family issues or […]
Science has classified the human body into three general body types: ectomorphs, mesomorphs and endomorphs. We all fall into one of these categories. It’s important to note that dieting and exercise has a different effect on each group as far as weight loss and weight gain is concerned. However, for each group to realize good health and fitness, […]
If you walk down the cereal isle of your local supermarket you can’t help but notice the amount of crappy breakfast products lining the shelves. Read the labels on these items and you will be surprised at the amount of sugars they contain. This is the typical morning meal eaten by millions of people everyday.
And it’s unfortunate that […]
Diabetics should strive to eat fruits which are low on the glycemic index. One of the fruits my mother ate, when in season, was grapefruit, which is low on the glycemic index but supplies valuable vitamin C and fiber . . . . important nutrients for diabetics.
Also cherries are good between meal snacks that’s low on […]
As a diabetic, how do you currently consume your daily meals? Are you a ‘cup of coffee and slice of toast’ person or do you eat a hearty breakfast – ham, eggs, hot cakes and etc.?
Well it turns out that having a healthy meal in the mornings and a light dinner in the evenings is […]
Were you born to be overweight? Are there other factors besides poor diet or lack of activity that is causing you to gain weight? Researchers are now focusing on a number of other factors that are potential hindrance to losing weight but instead causes weight gain. Specifically, they are targeting environmental and genetic factors as the other […]
Running or doing a cardio routine on an elliptical or cross trainer, is an ideal way to burn excess calories and stay healthy, especially when using the high intensity interval training (HIIT) method.
Unfortunately, not everyone is capable of doing this type of workout effectively, especially those over sixty or starting an exercise routine for the first time.
What is your ‘go to’ exercise method to lose and maintain weight?
Over the years there has been countless methods, trends, movements and ways to accomplish weight loss. For me, it’s the old stand by of doing cardio and lifting weights several days per week.
One of the new trends for 2015 involves the use […]
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