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Category Archives: healthy lifestyle
Nothing can be brought into form without first Creating it in your Mind. NOTHING!
Most of us, at least one point in our life, have believed that Life just happens to us. That we have no control as to Life’s circumstances. It’s just bad luck. We don’t ever seem to catch a break.
Yet, my observations and communications with these “unlucky” people . . . the ones with such supposedly bad luck, is that they believe Life is unfair.
If you are one of these people, then I … Read the rest
Let’s face it. Exercise can become just another boring task in our lives…that is IF we even find the time for it. Some people are lacking motivation and passion, thus never really starting a fitness program. Others may be utterly frustrated because they try hard at times but always seem to lose momentum, running out of steam and never really sticking with anything very long. Yet others still have all the best intentions, do their homework, plan it out but allow life to prevent them from starting. If you relate with any of these, I have good news for you!… Read the rest
Everywhere you turn there are books, magazines, TV shows, and articles about food and dieting. These sources of information are covered with do’s and don’ts about what to eat and not to eat, what’s healthy, what’s not, what’s good, and what’s bad – all with conflicting information. First it was low-fat, then it was low calories, then it was low carb, no-carb, low sugar, no sugar, unprocessed, and whole foods. It’s nearly impossible to navigate the health world without feeling confused, frustrated and afraid of what to eat.
This list says you can, another says you can’t. It’s no wonder … Read the rest
Are you actually sucking on a lemon? Of course not, but your body does not differentiate real from imagined scenarios. When we worry about our future, and we think about it again and again, the effect is to live each day with the stress of something that might not ever happen.
My son’s girlfriend was getting all worked up about her father delivering a mattress to … Read the rest
Changing your diet to improve your health doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Here are some ideas for healthy alternatives. Make these tiny tweaks to your diet and you’ll eliminate those calories today!
Whole Wheat instead of White Bread
Whole wheat and grain helps to maintain healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
Nuts instead of Crackers
Nuts can lower the risk of heart attacks and reduce bad cholesterol. But eat sparingly since they are relatively high in calories.
Wheat instead of White Pasta
Whole wheat pasta contains soluble fiber which can help to lower cholesterol and help to make you feel … Read the rest