There are plenty of diets that are being published these days, all of them promising to help you lose weight. One of the most famous diets is the Low Carb Diet. The low carb diet has been increasingly popular because it helps people focus on consuming fewer carbohydrates. Instead, you will be consuming more in protein and fat. There are dozens of low carb diet that are being practiced today. Each of them provides varying restrictions on the amount and types of carbohydrates that you can eat. Carbohydrates are an essential macromolecule that is needed by the body for...Read More
Month: March 2017
Is your morning routine making you want to pull your hair out? There are a few mornings that have stressed me out. I tend to get stressed out when I know that we are in a hurry and need to get out the door quickly. It never fails when we are in a hurry that something always throws a monkey wrench in my morning routine. Lately, I have been struggling to get up in the mornings and wanted to share some tips on how to make everyone’s morning routine less stressful. Get Everything Ready Before Bedtime I am guilty of...Read More
Whey protein is considered one of the best supplement but it is important to choose the right brand. It is also used to help ensure you get enough protein in your diet. A lot of health conscious people have considered using this type of protein every day. In fact, it is the top choice for many athletes because it contains a high branch chain of amino acids. Here are some of the best reasons why whey protein should be on your top list. Whey Protein is An Excellent Source of Protein Not just any protein, but high-quality protein. Whey...Read More
In the United States, it is considered a gross understatement to say that childhood obesity is becoming a huge problem over the past decades. In a study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), childhood obesity is the fastest growing health problem in the United States. The problem has continued to balloon over the past 30 years. Obesity is at its highest in children ages 6 – 11 years old. CDC estimated that more than 33% of children aged 2 – 19 are overweight or obese. The Problem With Obesity There are numerous health implications for...Read More
Workout injuries can happen to anyone who is active, no matter what your fitness level is. Even walking can potentially cause an injury. However, you can cut your risk of getting hurt significantly by following exercise precautions. According to experts, there are at least two reasons why you may get a workout-related injury. First, is poor posture during the day, which eventually weakens the entire musculoskeletal structure. Another reason is when you try to do so much at one time which causes a strain on the body. How To Prevent Workout Injuries There are simple ways to ensure...Read More
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