With New Year's resolutions in full swing, many people are signing up for gym memberships. Weight loss won't happen on its own, however. It takes hard work and commitment, and can be done with or without expensive gym equipment. Are you fully prepared to make the changes needed in order to meet your goals? Let's take a look at some pros and cons of working out at a gym versus working out at home.The Top 3 Pros
ESSIAC is the combination of four types of herbs that are found in Ontario, Canada. The herbs that are used in the tea are Sheep Sorrel leaves, as well as Indian Rhubarb Root, Burdock Root and Slippery Elm Inner Bark. Many believe the origins of the formula is with the Ojibway Indians. However, there is one person that is generally given credit for the tea, and that person is Rene M. Caisse, a nurse.
A few decades ago the type of job the average person did would more often than not have a physical role in it. Now days it’s more likely to be job that’s more sedentary such as office and or driving based. So why is it injuries from work are just as common, if not more common, than when they were more physical? Read this short article that explains why desk working can cause injuries and how to spot work related injuries.
Lunch/deli meats come in different levels of quality. Some are more processed than others. Some have more fat than other. Some are better cuts of meats than others. And some contain nitrates, which you have to watch out for.
The commonality between all lunch meats is the marge amount of salt that they contain. As a simple example, 3 oz of sliced turkey contain 1000 gms of sodium. Way too much seeing that the recommended amount is 1500- 2300 mg per day.
If you can avoid lunch meats and switch to something else instead, you will do your body good.
Exercise may help people avoid regaining weight after successful dieting, according to a new study. It shows that exercise can crucially alter the body’s response to weight loss and potentially stop unwanted pounds from creeping back on.
The study, published this month in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, offers rare good news about exercise and body weight. As readers of the Phys Ed column know, the relationship between the two is tangled.