Experts figure genetics are the primary factor in deciding where fat loss occurs, and the body is going to take fat from anywhere it chooses, however if you focus on a well-balanced training program, you’ll burn calories and eventually lose weight from all areas of your body.
Sweet potatoes are relatively low in calories, have no fat and are rich in beta-carotene. Eating one sweet potato gives five times the recommended daily allowance of Vitamin A, as well as loads of potassium. The nutrients help to protect against heart attack and stroke, and the potassium helps maintain normal heart function and blood pressure.
You will fail sometimes, and that’s okay. The faster you accept this, the faster you can get on with being brilliant. Your past does not equal your future. Just because you failed yesterday; or all day today; or a moment ago; or for the last six months; or for the last sixteen years, doesn’t have any impact on the current moment. All that matters is what you do right now. ~Tony Robbins
Carbohydrates are an athlete's main fuel. The body changes carbs to glucose and stores it in your muscles as glycogen, then when you exercise, the glycogen changes into energy. If you exercise for less than 90 minutes, there’s enough glycogen in your muscles, even for high intensity activity.
Lemon peel contains about 5 to 10 times more vitamins than lemon juice, and has various enzymes that are really good for us. Remember to wash the skins thoroughly, or buy organic to avoid consuming any pesticides
Those of us who sit a lot in our jobs should take a moment to stand up about every hour, and if you have a soft cushioned seat at the office, replace it with a less comfortable one. By doing this, and by changing your position often while seated, you’ll cut down on the frequency and severity of back problems.
A conditioned heart beats more slowly than a deconditioned one because it’s larger and stronger, so is able to pump more blood with each stroke. Research has shown that resting heart rates had dropped an average of 10 beats a minute after only six months of training.