It’s not about a thin waistline or fitting into your jeans, healthy weight loss needs a plan. Also, achieving your dream goal of getting a thin waist takes time, patience, and commitment, but it is very much still possible! If you are really looking for weight loss, plan it in a smarter way. Here are a few smart tips on how to lose belly fat: Change Your Diet Getting a smaller waist will require weight loss, which cannot be achieved through exercise alone. You will also need to adhere to a healthy diet and reduce your calorie intake in order to really see results. Include more fiber Getting enough fiber rich foods is an essential part of any healthy weight loss diet plan, for various reasons. First of all, these foods help regularize bowel movements, which reduces bloating and blockages. Secondly, fiber-rich foods help you to feel fuller longer and may require extra chewing time, thus preventing overeating. High-fiber foods also tend to be lower in calories than other type of foods. Try to combine a wide variety of high-fiber foods into your daily diet, to get the benefits of both soluble and insoluble fibers. Foods with soluble fibers … Continue reading 5 Simple guidelines for a slimmer waistline →
Total cholesterol is a measure of the total amount of cholesterol in your blood and is based on the HDL, LDL, and triglycerides number. Total cholesterol: less than 200 mg/dL. LDL Cholesterol LDL cholesterol makes up the majority of the body’s cholesterol. LDL is known as “bad” cholesterol because having high levels can lead to plaque buildup in your arteries and result in heart diseases and stroke. HDL cholesterol HDL cholesterol absorbs cholesterol and carries it back to the liver, which flushes it from the body. HDL is known as good cholesterol because having high levels can reduce the risk for heart disease and stroke. HDL cholesterol scavenges and removes LDL or bad cholesterol HDL reduces, reuses, and recycles LDL cholesterol by transporting it to the liver where it can be reprocessed. HDL cholesterol acts as a maintenance crew for the inner walls (endothelium) of blood vessels. Damage to the inner walls is the first step in the process of atherosclerosis, which causes heart attacks and strokes. HDL scrubs the wall clean and keeps it healthy. HDL cholesterol levels greater than 60 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL). Triglycerides Triglycerides are a type of fat found in your blood that your body … Continue reading Components of cholesterol →
If you are in the process of going through menopause, you might have been noticing a few extra pounds around your waist lately. Well, there is no need to worry because you are definitely not alone. One the most noticeable symptoms of menopause seems to be weight gain and a change in the overall shape of your body. No one can ever be happy about this sudden change but it is important to keep in mind that this weight gain is very much expected and is considered to be absolutely normal. During menopause, you will begin to put weight on around your abdomen, instead of around your hips, thighs, and rear. People commonly refer to this as an “apple” shaped body. Most women get irritated and unhappy when they begin to notice those extra pounds that keep on piling with menopause. You may be eating and exercising exactly the same as you always were but still can’t seem to maintain your weight. As you enter the early stages of menopause, maintaining weight becomes more and more difficult, and losing weight becomes almost impossible. This is because of the fluctuation in your hormones. Your body’s hormones have a direct impact on … Continue reading Menopause and Weight Gain →
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It is said that beauty is an inside job! Certain foods help the skin maintain its elasticity. If your skin is supple, your smiles or frowns can be rubbed off the face easily. But if your skin becomes dry, you get smile lines or frown lines imprinted on your face Wrinkles usually form when the skin loses its elasticity. To some extent, it is a result of aging. They first appear around the eyes and lips as in ‘laugh lines’. It is true that as we age, our skin becomes dryer and thinner, which leads to the formation of wrinkles. However, nutritional blunders committed by us cause the same deterioration of the skin identical to that caused by aging. One such blunder is an inadequate intake of vitamin C. It helps to form the connective tissue, makes the skin supple & prevents it from drying. You need to take at least 500mg of vitamin C daily to get its skin protecting benefit. This amount is available in a regular vitamin C supplement available in most pharmacies. Natural sources of vitamin C include guava, oranges, capsicums, cabbage, grape fruit, sour lime, papaya. Over exposure to sun is another factor that dries … Continue reading Are those Wrinkles or Just Nutritional Sins? →
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