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Taking care of our bodies is essential to living a healthy life. In order to stay healthy, it’s important that we fuel our bodies with nutrients to support our everyday functions. Most Americans don’t know what they are putting in their mouths, whether it’s fast food, genetically modified foods or foods saturated with fat. Thanks to Women’s Magazine, we have a list of foods that you should avoid eating. Either the food is contaminated, contains too much sugar, too much fat or is simply unhealthy…check it out. more »
High intensity interval training (HIIT) is a great way to torch fat and calories and boost your metabolism. If you’re crunched for time, change up your traditional cardio routine by doing HIIT. Many people have heard about HIIT, but don’t know enough of the facts. Thanks to Women’s Health Magazine, we have compiled a list of benefits that HIIT provides. Maybe you’ll give high intensity interval training a try when you find out how beneficial it is for your body! more »
We all know that eating out makes eating healthy a challenge. Fortunately, you don’t have to break a sweat every time you eat out because you’re afraid of excess calories. We have some excellent tips from The Times-Picayune that will help you consume healthy options while dining with friends or family. more »
Vacation season is upon us, but that doesn’t mean that your health has to go out the window. It’s harder to workout and eat clean while on vacation so Doctor Oz has come up with a few tips to help us all avoid weight gain. You can still enjoy your vacation while making the right decisions along the way!
Healthy eating is the key to not only maintaining health, but to losing or maintaining weight. There are a lot of diets and trends geared toward becoming as healthy as possible. We are here to tell you four food tips that everyone should live by. Nutrition is a main factor in nurturing a healthy life so check out these rules from Best Health.
You may not know this, but metabolism isn’t only controlled by what you eat and how often you exercise. There are a couple other factors that contribute to how your body uses energy. From breathing, to controlling body temperature and even to fidgeting, metabolism can increase and decrease based on how sedentary you are. Thanks to Today Health, here are a few tips to help you increase your metabolism through little daily changes. more »