• 01Feb

    By David Lubega
    Losing weight and keeping the fats off has never been an easy task to most people. It is a challenging thing to do in your daily routine as you try to figure out how to cope. However, the answer can be found in the weight loss diets. The need to lose weight starts by looking at your food and drink intake. Let us examine a few bellows:

    Grease Food:
    Stay away from greasy food in the morning and if possible all day long. Yes, I know those people who enjoy a cheesy sausage sandwich in the morning. But instead you can focus on eating more fiber intake that will give you more energy and fight off the belly pound, diseases like diabetes. Fiber can be found in vegetables, fruits when eaten as snacks. Whole-grain breads are a source of fiber, oatmeal and even popcorn.

    Lunch time:

    Stay focused during lunch time and love what you eat in moderation. This is the time to celebrate life full of energy but not to take you to sleep. Make sure you load up on vegetables, light chicken salads and fruits with a glass of water not coke. Doing so, you are making it easy for the digestive system to work a normal shift without going to sleep. You have been there when after a heavy lunch meal; you just want to lie down in your office. By eating light and reducing your animal fat foods. It helps cut down on your cholesterol levels which in turn
    Helps prevent heart problems. You can have pasta with turkey meat or turkey burgers. Avocado does wonders on salads and side fruit or as add on to meat sandwiches.

    Ending the day with diner:

    For diner, continue with your god

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  • 31Jan

    You, like many women today, may be longing for a bigger butt. Whereas in the recent past, the desirable body shape was for a smaller butt and larger breasts (think Baywatch), the likes of bootylicious babes in the public eye such as Beyonce and Kim Kardashian has meant that our body ideals are changing. No longer do we find super skinny attractive but we love the curves! If you were not naturally blessed with a big, round booty, there are some steps you can take to get a bigger butt and rival your favourite celebrities.

    Surgery and exercise are two options but surgery is expensive and risky. Exercise alone can be boring especially if you are not seeing immediate results. You can give your butt a helping hand with your diet. You need to gain weight in just the crucial areas so youll need to discover what foods make ONLY your butt bigger. Add these foods to your diet and exercise regime and youll soon be mistaken for J-Lo from behind!

    Healthy Foods for a bigger butt

    Eating more calories than you burn is sure to make you gain weight. Simply eating fatty foods is not enough to make ONLY your butt bigger, especially if your genetic makeup means you accumulate fat in other areas.

    You need to eat the right kinds of food. Remember that the butt is primarily muscle so you have to feed the muscle. In addition to exercise, make sure you have plenty of protein in your diet to rebuild muscle and help get a bigger butt. Chicken, turkey, fish and lean beef are protein rich foods you should incorporate into your diet.

    Eat plenty of complex carbohydrates such as brown rice, whole wheat pasta, sweet potatoes and whole wheat bread. Women do carry some fat

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  • 30Jan

    Though Yoga (hot) has lately turn out to be popular in western cultures, it’s a practice which has been in existence for hundreds of years within India. Many individuals now grow to be students of Hot Yoga simply because of the amplified set of health benefits that outcomes from the distinction in heat.
    Performed in a ‘hot room’, hot yoga gives students with a bunch of health benefits. Here are 5 techniques for learners to maximise health benefits obtained from Hot Yoga.

    1. Set to it that you follow your class plan.
    Attending hot yoga classes always is good, but it’ll not be consistent enough in your lifestyle to have a good impact. Try and attend a hot yoga class at least two times a week, so that your body becomes used to the heat and stretches being conducted on a regular basis.
    2. Eat a sensible diet
    With any healthly way of life and exercise programme, a well balanced diet is paramount. Your diet need to contain a lot of complex carbohydrates and proteins, allowing the body to refuel itself and repair torn muscle fibres. Having basic carbohydrates such as fruit is a fast way of gaining energy, just just before a class or just after (to regain energy quickly). Make certain your
    fat intake is low and your fibre intake is high, allowing your food to be broken up and used far more efficiently.
    3. Stretch out your muscles outside of the class
    By allowing your body to become supple outside of the class in normal temperatures, you’ll be able to see bigger differences in your flexibility within the hot classes you attend. This will enable you to push beyond your boundaries, allowing your body to grow to be a lot

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  • 29Jan

    Biologically, eyes are firmly linked with brain by optic nerves. And some signals captured by eyes will be received and dealt by brain accordingly. Therefore, the importance of eyes can never be neglected. In fact, the best way to protect eyes is prevention.

    While aging, people may suffer from age-related macular degeneration (AMD) that can be cured by immediate eye care. Therefore, one should visit eye doctors and receive eye examination at regular intervals, so as to avoid any eye problems.

    In fact, some nutrients are essential for eye health, like Vitamin A, etc. Here are some crucial tips about them. Some vegetables are abundant with vitamins, such as carrot with Vitamin A and Spinach with Vitamin e. Vitamin E can deal with AMD. Vitamin E and C are very important for eye health. In addition, some minerals are also very important. For example, Zinc is essential for eyes. Omega-3 is very beneficial for nerve cells. Aloe Vera can prevent infections. Still, red blood cells are also important for eyes and brain.

    Furthermore, doing some sports can also help maintain eye health. And eye exercises are also helpful for eyesight. People are suggested to nurture good habits in doing eye exercises.

    It is also a good ideal to make one’s eye muscles powerful by looking at some nearby and afar objects. Blinking for sometime is also very good for eyes.

    If one has tunnel vision, he may try to recover by using mind and eyes together. Some quick blinks are very beneficial.

    People should be careful for their eyes if they have any of the following matters. Watching TV for very long time and sitting closely every day; there is no UV filter in the computer; you work in an environment with lots of

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  • 29Jan

    Are vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other supplements necessary in a mans diet? Do male supplements actually treat various conditions, such as prostate problems, impotence, and low libido? Are they effective for promoting general health and well-being?

    In an ideal world, everyone (men and women alike) would get all the nutrition their body needs from food. But David Grotto, a former American Dietetic Association spokesperson, says that is wishful thinking, especially for men.

    Male Nutritional Deficits

    According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), men between the ages of 31 and 50 do not eat enough fruit and vegetables to meet the minimum dietary guidelines. Current statistics show deficits in all nutritional categories, except for meat and beans.

    Men suffer various health problems as a result of nutritional deficits. Matt McMillen, writing for WebMD, says that four different nutrients — vitamin C, vitamin E, beta carotene, and multivitamins — were evaluated over a ten-year period. While individual supplements did not have measurable benefits for men, combinations can have a positive impact on health.

    Multivitamins For Men

    For example, vitamin C and vitamin E alone did not lower the risk of developing prostate disease or cancer. But studies indicate a combination of vitamins C and E, taken along with zinc and beta carotene, may slow the progression of an eye disease known as macular degeneration.

    While individual supplements often fare poorly in clinical trials, multivitamins and combination male supplements can benefit mens health. Replicating whole food is nearly impossible in a supplement, but multivitamins that reflect food-based sources may help offset nutritional deficiencies.

    Many doctors and dietitians recommend that men take a daily multivitamin to supplement their normal diet. However, Grotto reminds men that multivitamins “are supplements, not replacements.” Men should strive to get most of their nutrition from the food they eat.

    Important Dietary Supplements

    The best dietary

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