Sometimes there are more questions than answers. Reblogged from Lamatens.
How to Get Rid of the Belly reference: http://darebee.com/ Prolonged periods of inactivity and a diet high in saturated fat and high sugar lead to visceral fat storage, fat in our midsection that surrounds our internal organs. Some of the fat from the fat cells in that area can end up in our bloodstream raising … Continue reading How to Get Rid of the Belly Bulge
Cricket lovely cricket At Lords where I saw it!
Whats your excuse? Get up and move your body! Even though Ida Keeling came in last place in the 100 meter race on August 12th, 2014, she took first place in the record books. The 99-year-old great-great-grandmother from New York finished the 100-meter race with a time of 59.8 seconds, becoming the first woman in … Continue reading 99-Year-Old Sprinter Sets World Record: “I’m Running From Old Age…”
1. Accept the fact that you are over weight: many persons are in denial about there weight and body images and avoid the scale at all costs. They ignore the fact that their clothes are fitting tighter or they are purchasing a size higher every other trip to the clothing store. Most time when reality … Continue reading 10 things you can start today to help shed pounds
1. Accept the fact that there is room for improvement and reduce stress Many persons are in denial or in conflict about their weight and body image so they avoid the scale or even mirrors at all costs. They ignore the fact that their clothes are fitting tighter or differently. They purchase a size higher … Continue reading 10 things you can start today to help shed some pounds
Breastfeeding is the most natural way to feed your newborn baby. Breast milk has many advantages to commercially made products or animal milk, not to mention it is the cheapest way to nourish your child. Of course, due to various reasons, not every mother is able to breastfeed her child but, when possible, try strictly … Continue reading Breast milk and Breastfeeding
Also known as high cholesterol, hypercholesterolemia occurs when the total cholesterol level in the blood is above the normal limits. Similar to High blood pressure, there are no symptoms associated with this disorder. The only way to know if you have high cholesterol is by taking a blood test. Cholesterol Levels: Normal: less than 200 … Continue reading High Cholesterol