While most people welcome warm weather, the runners among us might be watching rising temperatures with fear. Is it too hot to run now?
Running in 90 degree weather and high humid isn’t as much fun as it used to be, when you had a cooling breeze and a brisker temperature.
If you are struggling to stay committed to your running during the summer, you are definitely not the only one. Good news! Here are some practical tips keep your motivation on a hot summer day.
Should you stop counting calories? As many as two-thirds of American adults are overweight or obese. For many of them, the cure is to start calculating calories in food. Yet there is not many attempts which leads to sustained weight loss. These unsuccessful attempts doesn’t only lead to individual tragedy, it also ends up becoming a very expensive cost for the country. Up to date, the obesity cost in the United States comes down to more than $148 billion in health care. A vast amount of money for the society, and an even bigger suffer for the person, who desperately is trying to lose weight, but isn’t able to.
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There are many reasons to reduce added sugar in your diet. Added sugar makes up 16 percent of the total calories in the average American diet —that’s 320 calories for someone on a 2,000-calorie plan! Sugar creates an addictive cycle of hunger, fatigue and moodiness. It initially rises the blood sugar, causing us to feel energized and happy.
Unfortunately, since it’s lacking of real nutrition, blood sugar rapidly falls, which leaves us tired, hungry and moody. In this roller-coaster of mood swings, we reach for a quick and easy solution and what isn’t easier to reach for than a chocolate bar, a soda, cookies or donuts? Continue reading
Do you struggle to find the time and energy to cook after a busy weekday at work?
Feeling exhausted and worn out after a day filled with meetings, changes in the schedule, unexpected calls and so on, makes a few of us want to spend hours in the kitchen, when we get back home.
You’re surely not alone!
Just follow these easy steps for a better nutrition and healthy eating! Make your week nights more enjoyable!
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When I first discovered the real benefits of being healthy (which at that point had a totally different meaning than it has for me today) I believed that restricting myself, practicing self-control and working out five days a week and eating clean and drinking green smoothies was “it”.
Snacking is an effective way to fit extra nutrients into your diet and prevent overeating at mealtimes.
As a health coach I always tell my clients to keep a healthy snack on hand all the time. To be prepared and one step ahead, makes you avoiding unhealthy choices as a cause of a low blood sugar.
Here are some snacks that are easy to bring along and will fill you up and keep your blood sugar stable as you go through the rest of the day.
I used to see stress as my worst enemy, the cause and root to all my problems. I blamed stress for everything, it was the reason for bad sleep, poor digestion that I went in to a discussion with a colleague at work, that I made unhealthy food choices and that I forgot something I had planned to do.
But what is actually this so often used term; stress?