Curbing Your Apetite – The Opposite Effects of Too Many Spices
I once read a book about the therapeutic effects of the food in TCM. The author mentioned that for some spices, when taken too much, could lead to the opposite effects. Take nutmeg as an example. It can boost our appetite. However, when taken too much, it can curb our appetite.Six Unexpected Weight Loss Tips
Embarking on a weight loss journey might not be exciting. However, there are ways to spice up the process and even inject a little brevity into your hard work.Top 7 Ways To Shake Up Your Routine
So on Monday you go for a light jog and on Wednesday you go to “toning” class (oh how I dislike that word) and on Friday you go to step class and on Monday you go for a light jog and on Wednesday you go to toning class and… wow, can you say Groundhog Day? My top 3 ways that turned into my top 5 ways and now sits at my top 7 ways to shake up your fitness routine… ready?What You Really Get When You Buy Fat-Free and “Light” Foods
If you are trying to lose weight then lowering your calorie intake is what counts. In the fight to lower calorie intake we as a society tend to go through phases… the carbs are bad phase… the eat-low-fat-phase and of course with that there is the inevitable push to separate you from your money by introducing low-fat foods.10 Rules To Help You Keep Extra Weight Off Forever
The trick to maintaining your weight after losing those pounds is to live a better, healthier life. Follow these ten rules and you will soon find yourself on the road to self-improvement without regaining that unwanted weight.Several Ways To Shed Pounds In Several Days Without Slowing Your Metabolism Down
There aren’t many ways to shed fat fast without compromising the functionality of your metabolism. The body is always working hard to protect itself and maintain a state of balance. This means that if you deprive yourself of too many calories for too long, it will slow down its fat burning abilities and enter into starvation mode. This is the fallacy of fad or crash dieting. The can help you lose weight, but programs like these certainly won’t help you keep it off.Eat Protein And Avoid The Yo-Yo Dieting Trap!
Everyone loves the compliments that ensue after a successful diet program. Losing 20-30 pounds of body weight is no easy feat and takes most people months to accomplish. The celebrations are short lived however when the weight slowly starts piling back on. In many cases, it isn’t long before the happy dieter has not only gained all their weight back but even more. And so the cycle starts all over again with a new diet and up and down the body weight goes, however oddly enough each time we gain the weight back, it’s more body fat than before. This is the sad but ever so common story of ‘yo-yo dieting’. This phenomenon is rampant among dieters and can be blamed on one important missing ingredient unfortunately typical in most fad programs. Keep reading this article to learn this little known secret and how to prevent the yo-yo dieting roller coaster.Weight Loss – Three Habits That Make It Difficult To Lose Weight
Are you struggling to see the results you were looking for with your weight loss plan? If so, you need to consider a few of the habits you currently have that could be making it very challenging to see the weight loss results you were desiring. Some people develop negative habits without even realizing these practices are influencing their results. So, are you curious to see if you have a few of them? Here are the main ones you need to know about.The Single Most Effective “Life Hack” I’ve Ever Seen!
I’ve spent years and years trying different weight-loss methods. Mainly because I don’t want to feel terrible whilst doing it… and now I’m about to share my top NATURAL weight-loss tip that will BLOW your mind!You Vs You
We are our biggest critics. We are at times our own worst enemy. Especially when it comes to our weight. If other people spoke to us the way we speak to our internal selves, it would definitely be face slap worthy at times.Positive Lasting Change Requires Giving to Ourselves, Not Deprivation
From my experience, generally when we want to make a change in our lives, we automatically default to giving something up or depriving ourselves by using willpower or discipline. However, all these actions are negative and will never last long term because emotionally and physically it is not what we need. Personally I feel that for lasting change to happen, firstly we need to be mindful of the current action or habit so that we can work out how to change it. Then we need to see what positive action we can take to help us achieve that change. If it is positive, you like it, you feel good about it, you are more likely to continue until the new action has become a positive habit.