June 18, 2015
If your goal is to achieve higher levels of health and wellness, you may be considering adding chia seeds to your daily diet. According to various studies, this is a wise decision to make as chia seeds offer a number of health benefits. Here are just a few of them: Enhanced health. Chia seeds are packed with calcium, manganese, magnesium, and phosphate, among several other good-for-you nutrients that can enhance the health of a variety of your body’s organs and systems. For instance, they can reduce your risk of major issues such as heart disease, cancer, and type 2...
October 02, 2014
It has long been known that being obese puts you at a higher risk of certain conditions, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and heart disease. And it has also been fairly common knowledge that enduring chronic, unreleased stress over a long period of time raises your likelihood of heart attacks and strokes. However, according to research published in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, it appears that a person who is obese and stressed will likely deal with twice the amount of negative consequences. The study was conducted at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, and during it researchers looked at a group...
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June 27, 2014
Are you ready to revamp your diet but aren’t sure where to begin? Do you have a lot of not-so-healthy eating habits that need to be changed or replaced and are looking for some help to get started? Just like you wouldn’t jump into a strenuous workout program meant for bodybuilders on your first day at the gym, you shouldn’t overhaul your eating habits in one day either. It is a process which you can quite easily start by following these simple guidelines: Aim for changing one meal at a time. It can be overwhelming to think...
January 08, 2014
Better nutrition. If you are trying to get all of your necessary vitamins and minerals in by eating two meals or less, it’s highly unlikely that you’ll succeed. However, if you make sure you eat a healthy, nutritious breakfast then you’re getting your body off to a great vitamin packed start. Increased energy. If you don’t feed your body between dinner the night before and lunch the next day, your body is going almost eighteen hours without food. Therefore, your energy levels are going to plummet because you don’t have any fuel in your body. So, when you...
December 14, 2013
Eat breakfast A large number of men rely on their morning cup (or pot) of coffee to get them through until lunch time; however, your body needs sustenance to keep your energy levels up and your health in top condition. If you don’t have time to cook up some oatmeal or a healthy omelet, at least grab some fruit and yogurt or a protein bar to fuel your body in the morning. Snack on healthy foods If there is one thing that most men love to do, it is snack. Therefore, you’ll do your body better if you habitually reach...