It is a problem we all share. Being motivated to stay healthy and fit. An extraordinarily common affliction, in fact. But we can overcome. The short article at this link gives us some tips to choose from that will help us keep on track.
If we make no other changes to our nutrition plan, the first step to successful eating is mastering portion control. We do not even have to make the full corrections all at once. Small, incremental reductions over time usually leads to more success for the long term. The link here offers a good discussion and some tips on the subject.
We love our children. Don’t we? Then it is incumbent upon us to ensure they get outside and be active. Physical activity is known to not only improve a child’s health, but also their cognitive skills. See the link here for details.
Food producers create enticing, often untruthful, packaging. But the facts can be found on the nutrition label. Click this link to learn how to decipher that critical part of the package.
Grab your spousal unit, significant other, or favorite best bud … and get your fit on together. My very good friend, Mike Dean, and his lovely wife show you, in the link below, how to play well with others while working out. Git’r done!
Spring is knocking on our door. Time to break out the grill for those beloved, backyard gastro-pleasure outings. But wait. Charring animal flesh with open flames—while quite tasty—is not entirely healthy. Heterocyclic amines (HCA) and polycyclic hydrocarbons (PAH) are carcinogens created from the great American pastime of backyard grilling. Click this link to learn how to make grilling a bit more healthful.
“The food industry has an inherent conflict of interest when it funds nutrition research. After all, food manufacturers’ livelihoods rise and fall on how we decide to consume calories. The industry’s deep pockets translate into influence over dietary experts, scientific studies and nutrition policymakers.” Read the short brief at this link.