Planning an exercise program for weight loss is not as easy as you might think. In fact, making informed weight loss decisions that are best for you can be downright overwhelming with all the noise and fake news dribbling out of the media. Vox says, "Celebrity endorsements are prominent, as are anecdotes from average people who have allegedly had success following this … [Read more...] about 7 Questions to Ask Yourself When Planning an Exercise Program for Fat Loss
What Works and What You Need to Know! The bad news is…..there’s still no cure for osteoarthritis. However, new research has discovered that Caterpillars could hold the key to new arthritis treatment. Study leader Dr Cornelia De Moor from the University of Nottingham said: “The natural compound cordycepin is derived from a caterpillar fungus which is famous in the Far … [Read more...] about Discover the Best Medications for Osteoarthritis Treatment.
A 9 Step Guide to "What is Healthy Living" The term “healthy lifestyle” is bandied about with gay abandon these days, but what does it really mean to you? Different media sources have different meanings for the term, but generally speaking, I feel it can be boiled down to, “How we should live if we want the healthiest body we can have – one that looks and feels good and … [Read more...] about Discover 9 Easy Ways for all Over 55’s to have a Healthier Lifestyle
How to Lose Weight and Keep it off for Good. Since I first wrote about the 5:2 diet asking the question, “Is it the Best Weight Loss Diet for Me” I have decided to add seven more “need-to-know” facts about this seemingly successful eating style. I am sure you will have seen it written, and discussed, in many different places, that it is much harder to lose weight … [Read more...] about The Definitive Diet Guide That Works – for Seniors too.
One of the strongest predictors of longevity is fitness and that’s why this new study I came across recently interested me…..it delivers yet another reason to get active if you want to increase your chances of living healthier for longer. Anti-Aging benefits of HIIT What the researchers found was that some forms of exercise provide anti-aging benefits that other forms of … [Read more...] about New Study Uncovers Some Home Truths about Anti-Aging
by....... Boosting Your Metabolism With Exercise. One of the signs of ageing that drives most people crazy is that their weight seems to increase even though they are trying to eat less. But ever increasing inches of belly fat doesn't have to be a part of the ageing process. Weight gain CAN be avoided or, at the very least, minimized. You just need to have an … [Read more...] about 3 Ways to Slow Ageing
Everyone who has tried to lose weight during their lives will tell you that the process of long term weight loss can take a lot out of you……physically, emotionally and mentally. You all know that euphoric feeling you get once you have reached you goal weight or lost the first ten kilos. You feel like those calories will never return. But the sad truth is, we easily … [Read more...] about 5 Tips for Long Term Weight Loss Success
4 Areas of Personal Growth to Work on. One of my favourite personal growth and creative thinking books is "A Wack on the Side of the Head" by Roger von Oech. My subject here is more in the line of "A Kick in the Seat of the Pants" which, for some strange reason, we all seem to need every now and again to keep us on the straight and narrow. It goes without saying…..we … [Read more...] about 4 Positive Actions to Target Your Personal Growth and Development
What is the Difference Between Whole Foods and Refined Foods? When it comes to our diets and nutrition, the amount of information on which foods to eat, how much, and the endless parade of diet options has given us almost too much information on what is and isn’t a good food choice. Yet, while we all seem fairly aware at this point that spinach is likely a healthier food … [Read more...] about Whole Food Vs Refined Food
One of the first comments I hear when you mention something like this is, "Oh, I can't help it. It's genetic.......my mother had it (or father)." The old genes vs lifestyle debate rears its ugly head once again. Unfortunately, many people use genes as an excuse for their poor lifestyle choices, which end up causing their declining health. In an article I read recently … [Read more...] about How Strength Training Can Help Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease and Diabetes as You Age.