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I think envirotodd’s got it. PRetty much you have to go for it unless you can run in a field or on a track, make sure you’ve got the right shoes and socks. your socks are as important as your shoes. And make sure you run right.
My sister is doing Plant Paradox. She read the book cover to cover (she’s one of those really dedicated people) and loves it and says it makes complete sense to it. From everything I’ve seen online, it’s controversial at best and nothing says that lectins are actually toxic the way the Plant Paradox says it is. Is my sister on to something or d…[Read more]
I think I really have to jump on with talking to your doctor or dietitian. I hate it when people say that to me about my questions, but really when you want to change your food and you have a medical condition that is going to be affected by it, it’s really probably the best thing. I promise not to get mad at you if you answer that to me if I…[Read more]
If you’re just going to a beginner class it really likely won’t matter too much what you wear as long as you can move around. Even if you showed up dressed for a yoga class instead of a tai chi class, nobody is going to yell at you.
It’s something gradual and personal. Everyone faces their own unique challenges. It may start affecting you earlier or later. Age does affect weight because of things such as lost muscle mass and hormones though.
This weekend I saw an article that says animal studies they’ve been doing on keto have shown to be problematic sometimes. Veterinarians don’t trust it yet, so doctors for humans probably shouldn’t.
I don’t trust what fitness trackers show, either. I don’t know if they think they’re accurate or if they deliberately show a higher calorie burn than reality because they want to motivate but it makes it hard to do things correctly without the right figures on our sides.
I don’t think anyone really knows. There hasn’t been a lot of research done on keto dieting and the stuff that has been done was focused on epilepsy in kids. Basically, if you do that diet right now, it may be safe or it may not, but doctors don’t even know. You’ll technically be one of the guinea pigs. So if you really want to, it’s smart to t…[Read more]
I hope you find one you like. I tried to use mediterranean a couple of years ago but I never ended up being able to stick to it. It started off good in the summer but as soon as the weather turned cold, I ended up going to the heavier, creamy foods that always get me at that time of year.
I’m building back up to running again for the spring. I’m walking first, then I’ll run (jog, then run). How fast should I be walking before I start adding intervals of running? Should I practically be jogging already or is it not quite that obvious?
I agree. I think it’s a type of eating. An overall style. But there are tons of websites and books that lay out the rules to make it easier to follow it like a program until it’s a part of your lifestyle.
I have to agree with that. Striders are nearly exclusively cardio, too. They don’t do any strength training. So if you’re just looking to raise your heart rate, that’s what you’ll get. You will be much easier on your joints, though. So that’s why I agree that it’s about personal preference.
I always go through this. I think it’s easier to get things under control after the holidays are over. I’ve started drinking lots of water again, and I’ve started eating salads ahead of meals to fill me up before I get into the fatty stuff. Also, no creamy salad dressing and I’ve started being more reasonable about cheese eating. It’s a matter of…[Read more]
vitamin c is only one thing that helps. look into getting a whole balanced diet because your body needs lots of things and it needs different vitamins and minerals to be able to absorb all the nutrients you need.
I’m trying to teach myself to eat less . I know that it’s not all about eating less but eating smarter, but lately, I just never seem to feel full. I just want to eat and eat and eat and dont feel satisfied by my meals. I don’t need to be over-stuffed with food but I would like to feel full. What can I do to help shrink my appetite so I don’t n…[Read more]
I think if I had a pool extremely available, I’d go for that. But even if one was down the street and not right on the same property, running is good. That said, in the winter, I’d use a stationary bike over a treadmill. Does that help?
It’s really just added sugars that are the problem, right? I mean, you shouldn’t eat a whole bowl of fruit from your table centerpiece, but it’s not really whether you put banana on your cereal or raisins, but you just need to avoid adding white or brown sugar or a ton of honey or maple syrup, right?
who knew that you could even get sports equipment at the dollar store? Is the stuff any different for the more expensive kind or are they essentially the same but there’s just a higher markup with other products? Worth a try though!
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