When you are new to a healthy lifestyle, those friends who don’t have the desire to change will sometimes make an effort to get you back into your old ways. If it happens on a regular basis, it might be time to move on, and develop new friends who have similar interests to you.
Brigham Young University researchers found that women were less interested in food on mornings when they exercised by walking on a treadmill than on days when they didn’t. They also noted the women did not eat more later in the day they exercised, to "make up" for the calories they burned.
You don't actually get radiation from eating microwaved foods, but you don't get much nutrition either. Studies have shown that broccoli microwaved with a little water lost up to 97 percent of its beneficial antioxidants, and in a study of garlic, as little as 60 seconds of microwave heating was enough to inactivate its allinase, garlic's principle active ingredient against cancer..
It’s not uncommon to see many older men and women finishing marathons, triathlons and Ironman events these days. Obviously they are very fit, but researchers have concluded that aerobic exercises have little effect on bone density. To keep our bones strong as we age, it's necessary to do weight bearing exercises on a regular basis.
Junior players looking to play tennis over the Thanksgiving break: the The Lincolnshire Club and Lincolnshire Tennis Academy are running sessions on Friday, Saturday & Sunday! Call the club for more information or to register! 847.913.2000