Do you eat right and does it actually matter? Of course it does because eating right will help you to become healthier? But so many people struggle to know whether they eat right, I know this because frequently I’m asked ‘do I eat right?’. Today I want to look at eating healthily. You really are...
The difficulty in losing weight is often not a lack of understanding what you need to do but more frequently a lack of motivation. We all know that eating right and exercise are key to losing weight but of equal importance is having a strong enough motivation to get you to stick with doing the necessary things.
We all know that it is important for us to be living a healthy lifestyle, we want to be able to do it, however frequently we will find reasons why we can’t.
As a fitness instructor I have found a majority of the guys I've trained, have a goal of getting ripped, defined & big. While for the women they generally want to get rid of all their body fat that's accumulated around their waist, bum, thighs, stomach and they want to achieve a slimmer figure with toned muscle.
I am a candidate for getting back into shape. For longer than I can remember I have been passionate about health and wellness, and have been fortunate to be able to build my dream career that helps others establish a healthy lifestyle and follow the path of personal development.
Today I have put together my best power foods. Something that I hear all the time is people asking what are the best foods for energy so today I want to offer you my best power foods list. It seems that we are plagued with a lack of energy, people struggling to get themselves up and running in the morning, and overcoming mid afternoon slumps.
A good body cleansing diet will help detoxify your body. Think of detoxing your body as a spring clean. A detox diet will dramatically reduce the presence of unwanted toxins in your body.
As a fitness instructor I often get asked, do sports nutrition supplements work? A supplement is defined as “Something added to complete a thing, make up for a deficiency, or extend or strengthen the whole.”
At some point everyone has experienced tiredness after eating. I’m sure many of you have on Christmas Day chowed down on huge Christmas dinners where you have kept going putting food down your mouth for a marathon straight two hours. Devouring plates of turkey, beef, sausages, potatoes , stuffing, gravy and cranberry sauce and a wide array of vegetables. After polishing off your main course you then find the room for desserts ranging from Christmas pudding, mince pies and other delicious creamy gateaux’s.
Do energy drinks really energise your mind and your body or are energy drinks bad for you and not much else?