Many times, we eat out of boredom, frustration, self-pity, irritation, or stress. And while it may take your mind off of whatever you are feeling at the moment, many times we trick ourselves into thinking that the food will mask the emotion we are feeling and then our brains tell us that we want more food to feel good.
Why the Little Parts of Your Routine Are Most Important for Weight Loss When people want to lose weight, they will typically focus on a few “big” things. That means their diet for instance, and it means the amount they exercise. Most of us will then conclude we need to exercise a little more, and eat a little less. Thus,…
There are many popular diets out there, but in this article, we’ll compare the 3 most popular ones – The Ketogenic, Vegan, and finally, The Carnivore diet.
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Whatever goal you have, I can guarantee you will need the right mindset to reach it.
Kaizen for Fitness – A 10 Minute Full Body Workout With One Dumbbell Kaizen means making small changes that can add up to big improvements in your life. In fitness, that often means using small workouts that can be just as impactful, but require a whole lot less time and effort. The result? You’re far more likely to do it…
Micronutrients include phytochemicals, vitamins, minerals and last but not least, antioxidants!
The body needs these nutrients to sustain the production of a variety of enzymes and hormones, which relate to the overall healthy functioning of the organism.
Why Helping Others Can Make You Happy Not all heroes wear capes. Plenty of heroes go about their charitable ways without expecting anything in return. But why are so many people keen on helping others? What’s in it for them? This is what you’re going to find out in this article. Helping others give you a sense of purpose Living…
Even if you found the best workout for you right now, it would only work for so long before your body adapts and stops working as hard (outputting as much energy) to complete the workout.
So, what makes a GREAT workout?