How a Nutritionist Fights the Fate of Diabetes
Diabetes continues to be a growing problem and appears to be affecting youngsters more these days. The two best ways to prevent pre-diabetes, the precursor to diabetes, is with diet and exercise. While they are still young, teach your children to eat right and encourage them to be active.
Diabetes in Britain nearing a “health emergency”: charity
London (AFP) – Diabetes is becoming a “national health emergency” in Britain with 280,000 people a year diagnosed with the disease, risking unsustainable strain on health services, charity Diabetes UK said on Monday.
The charity said 738 people each day are told […]
If you are starting an exercise program for the first time or getting back into it after an extended lay off, you will experience some soreness in the muscles exercised. It usually begins the day after exercising and can last for two to three days.
I always recommend starting slowly using light weights and doing […]
Advertisements does have an impact on us. If you watch television for ten minutes there will be at least one food commercial tempting you. Invariable the next time you are out shopping for food at the supermarket or finding a place to eat, you will remember the ad you saw or heard.
This constant bombarding has caused us […]
One of the fastest ways I was able to improve my fitness progress, which I define as — increased muscle strength and endurance — was to exercises multiple muscle groups twice per week. By doing it this way I gave the exercised muscles an opportunity to recover from the stress. Exercising this way I was able to achieve and […]
I eat two main meals per day — breakfast and dinner. In between, I nosh on nuts and fruits at various times throughout the day and occasionally, I will have a cheese and cracker snack for a mid-afternoon pick me up. At least once per week I will have a day when I splurge […]
Taking a planned break from exercising is almost a requirement if you wish to continue your routine indefinitely without injuries. Your body needs to rest periodically in order to give it time to mend and recover from the constant tearing down it goes through when training.
Unfortunately, there will be times your breaks are […]
Anyone who is serious about fitness should include at least one day of circuit training into their weekly routine.
Although I have adjusted my exercises methods over the years, I was at my fittest when I did ‘muscle splits’ four days per week and circuit training on the fifth day.
I gained […]
Have you ever noticed small children – how easy and natural it is for them to squat down until their butts are t0uching the floor? What happened to us between then and now?
Squats are an important exercise for all-around fitness, especially as we age. Granted we can’t properly squat the same amount of weights as […]
At one time all fats were considered to be bad for our health. Lately however it has been proven that there are certain fats that are actually beneficial to healthy living.
Fats such as those found in avocados and in other foods as well as omega -3 fatty acids found in fish oil are now being touted by health […]
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