I have them for breakfast everyday and sometimes for lunch or an afternoon snack…because you just can’t get this tasty nutrition anywhere else!
I’m a smoothie gal…and if you are too, check out these amazing recipes!
Do you take supplements?
Do you need to take them?
Which ones should you take?
I’ve edited down the best supplements into four main ones that you should consider at any age, but especially if you’re over 45.
All four of them are listed because most people are simply not eating enough foods that contain these critical nutrients.
I’ll tell you which four and why in my latest article.
Continuing on from Law #12 about tracking your metrics; one metric you don’t want to give too much weight to (pun intended), is the scale.
And here is why…
Are you a breakfast eater? Or dare I ask are you a “healthy” breakfast eater?
Maybe you need some inspiration for a few great breakfast foods. Maybe you don’t have time and you need some healthy ideas for “grab and go” mornings – who doesn’t ever run short on time in the mornings?
Maybe you’re ready to ditch the “desserts” that are marketed as being “part of a complete breakfast”.
Don’t worry, I have you covered!
Our bodies are like a delicate machine. We run thousands of different cellular processes simultaneously. It’s no wonder our bodies can get thrown out of whack from not getting enough sleep, eating a fatty meal, drinking too much and being dehydrated.
This is why it’s crucial to not only carefully plan your success items (healthy meals and workouts) but to also track what you’re doing.
Have menopause symptoms?
I have seven solid ways you can easily improve your health and wellness right now.
The funny thing is you probably won’t be surprised at most of them…but you’ll probably be interested to know the health reasons why colouring books and blue blocker sunglasses are getting trendy!
Not to mention my amazing recipe to inspire you get more veggies into your day, even when you’re out and about. (Because you just knew that veggies would be one of those seven, right?)
Compound exercises are those that require more than one major muscle group to complete the exercise.
Whereas isolation exercises are those that isolate a joint.
It can be too easy to think (or worry) about your weight.
But you know what? There is something else that may be more important when it comes to real health. That is your waist circumference.
Ahh, just a minute! It’s not just about the “pinchable” fat under the skin (you know, that “muffin top”), it’s about the internal fat around your abdominal organs that can be the real issue.
That internal fat (AKA “visceral fat”) is known to release a bunch of hormones and inflammatory compounds that can mess with your blood sugar, blood fats (i.e triglycerides), and blood pressure.
In today’s post I’ll describe how to measure your waist circumference and then give you a bunch of actionable tips to help you reduce it. And (of course) there’s a super-nutritious recipe at the end.
If you burn more calories than you consume… you’re supposed to lose weight.
If you consume more calories than you burn… you’re supposed to gain weight.
And if you burn the same amount you consume, you’re supposed to stay the same.
Sounds pretty simple right?