We all know that to do that we need to be aware of our calorie intake. In a lot of cases though, counting calories obsessively is not the answer. Doing this can become tiring, and is unsustainable. When things become too hard, such as counting every calorie consumed, people are likely to give up and old habits creep back in. So, what to do you ask? Find ways to consume quality foods in the right amounts.
We all realise that we work out to look good, feel good and to function well, but we often forget about our skin and that we need essential nutrients to ward off premature ageing and skin disorders. Starving our bodies of nutrients can be shown in the form of cellulite, acne, dry, dull skin as well as other skin complaints.
Walking is a low impact exercise that is great for maintaining or improving your overall health. Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day helps your cardiovascular fitness, strengthens bones, helps reduce that excess weight you have been carrying and boosts muscle power and endurance.
The baby boomers...generally aged between 53 and 71 years old. Increasingly, this age group is wanting to grab the second half of their life by the horns and live an active and energetic life. However, years of sitting at desks and driving has possibly caused forward-head misalignment, hunched posture and a stretched or weak back.
Get to know your local green grocer or market; they tend to have a greater variety of seasonal produce and plenty of suggestions for preparing it. Consider shopping for your groceries online and have them home delivered;