Summer is upon us and with it, our desire to be beach-ready. That will have many of us reaching for the juicer and going through a course of “detoxicating”. After all, isn’t our normal diet full of toxins? It only makes sense that we clean our body and, hopefully, lose weight along the way. We will be healthy and fit. Right? [Read more…] about Vegetable Juices! Good or Bad for Health ? | Mevolife
Are you sacrificing your daily snacks to cut off calories from your diet? Snacking between meals leads to weight gain is a myth and the truth is exactly opposite. As per the author of The One One One Diet – Rania Batayneh, “Snacking is an opportunity to fuel your body between meals.” If you include healthy low calories snacks in you daily diet it will ensure that you won’t be ravenous come mealtime and this will keep your fat-burning metabolism revved up. Today we have got smart snacking ideas for you which have less than 100 calories but are loaded with good-for-you nutrients, and will make you feel like your diet is about anything but deprivation.
1. Low Calories Small Latte With Skim Milk [Read more…] about Low Calories Snacks : 15 Healthy Snacks ideas Under 100 Calories | Mevolife
In an ideal world, we would all be fit and stay healthy without having to try, but in reality, staying healthy in today’s busy world is no easy task, especially if you need to stick to a budget. But worry not, for we know you are busy and have compiled a list of things that won’t drain your energy or break the bank. [Read more…] about Smart tips for Staying Healthy on a Budget | Mevolife
Magnesium is a mineral that’s naturally found in the body and is present in many of the everyday foods you consume. Magnesium can also be found in supplements and medicines normally found in your medicine cabinet, such as antacids and laxatives. This powerful mineral aids in biochemical reactions in the body, muscle, and nerve function, blood pressure regulation, protein synthesis, and blood glucose control.
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You’ve been going to the gym for months. You’ve finally braved the treadmill and built up some endurance. The person that’s been running next to you has told you at the water fountain that they’re training for their sixth 5k run. You go home and Google how far 5k actually is. Three miles! Three miles doesn’t sound too hard. You’ve been running/walking up to a mile for the past month.
You start doing your research and find a couple of programs that say they can get you to your first 5k in a matter of weeks. You feel pumped and confident in your ability to complete this run. So, you sign up for your first 5k and tell yourself you’ll be a champion is six short weeks. How hard is it to actually run a 5k race, and how do you train for one?
Getting Started: How to Train for Your First 5k?
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