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How to Use Mindfulness to be Happier And Loss Weight
Mindfulness can mean a great many things depending on who you ask. Essentially this is a tool and like any tool, it can be used in numerous different ways.
Specifically, mindfulness can be used to change what we focus on and to change the way we think. Too often we don’t pay attention to what’s going on inside our mind and that makes us victims of our emotions. We can be in a beautiful place doing fun things with friends, only to find ourselves thinking about work and getting stressed – not actually enjoying the situation we’re in. Continue reading
What You Can Do To Lessen Chances Of Having A Stroke
Stroke is a condition that falls under the umbrella of heart disease. Most people don’t realize that there are three kinds of stroke and that there are things you can do to reduce your risk of all kinds of stroke.
The three major kinds of stroke include the following: Continue reading
Low carb diets have enjoyed a great deal of popularity because they work! They are highly effective for weight loss and have other important health benefits. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about low carb eating.
What is a low carb diet?
The Ketogenic diet is a very low-carb, high-fat diet. Carbs are replaced with healthy fats and the reduction of carbs triggers a metabolic state known as ketosis, where the body begins to use fat for energy, instead of carbohydrates obtained from food. By depriving the body of carbs, which are converted to glucose and typically used as fuel, it is forced to use its fat stores instead, literally melting it off the body when it is in ketosis. Continue reading
It’s Sugar, Not Fat, That Makes You Fat!
The Sugar Industry
• Researcher Cristin Kearns has published a report in The Journal of the American Medical Association, that the Sugar Industry paid researchers to link fat and cholesterol, NOT SUGAR, to increased risk of heart disease.
When fats were removed from the American diet, it was replaced with sugars. Continue reading