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That’s a really good question. People don’t realize how powerful B vitamins really are. They’re definitely helpful in getting your body back on track for better weight loss and even controlling depression and slumping energy if your levels have been low. The important thing to know is that there are a lot of B vitamins and they should be ta…[Read more]
Just have no more than a glass per day and you’ll be fine. It’s no more damaging than having a candy bar or something else normal that isn’t good for you but that really won’t kill you if you just control how much you have.
The way I understand it is that they both give you energy for workouts. But Trimthin is really more focused on the exercise part. Liponitro is for the kind of energy you need every day, including with exercising.
Exactly. SOunds like you’ve got it figured out. The key is to know how much you’re burning and exercising. As you get fitter, you might need to add more exercise intensity to keep up the challenge so your body is still being worked in the same way.
In my area the farmers market only runs while I’m at work. Even if I go during my lunch break, in the winter, it’s not a lot of local produce. It’s a lot of resale stuff, baked things and foods that will only make my weight worse, not better. Im’ jealous of anyone who has better options year-round.
Thanks. I tried them on in the store and they feel really good but there’s no way to know how they’ll perform on snow and ice until I’ve worn them outside and made them impossible to return if they don’t work.
I like Columbia clothes (when I can get them on sale ha ha!) but is their footwear any good? There is a pair of boots I’m considering but they’re more than I’d usually pay unless they’re excellent. Anyone know? I’m asking about active use, not just fashion.
It’s amazing, isn’t it? I’m determined to try to stick to doing yoga and my other exercises from now on. Even if I don’t feel like it, it’s way more worth it to do it than to let all the unwanted symptoms come back.
I don’t think there’s really any difference. I think it’s just a way to keep it naturally clean instead of being clean with chemicals. A lot of people think it’s healthy to be in salt water, but I’d think that after all those tons of other people and kids have been in the pool, that will have killed off a lot of those benefits.
I started doing regular workouts – nothing too dramatic. stuff like brisk walking – every day and doing yoga every evening. I’m not great at yoga but I did a beginner version every night for a while. I found that I slept better and I wasn’t as stiff when I woke up. My shoulder pain pretty much disappeared and I stopped getting a pinched nerve…[Read more]
Being in your healthy weight zone always gives you a health advantage. It doesn’t mean you’ll cure any diseases but it’ll give your body a better shot overall and you’ll probably just feel better overall.
Penny4Thoughts replied to the topic Is slowly walking 20,000 steps as good as moderately walking 10,000? in the forum Activity Forums 4 months, 3 weeks ago
I think it’s somewhat a balance between the two. It’s good that you’re not sitting all day if you’re on your feet, but the whole point to actual exercise is to use your heart, lungs and muscles. So if you’re sitting all day, get up and stretch every half hour to an hour. Walk around a short bit, then you can sit again. Then really enjoy you…[Read more]
I think that the kind with the caffeine is healthier for you as long as you don’t have too much and as long as you don’t have bad reactions to caffeine. I didn’t used to think this but have you seen all the great studies about what caffeine can do? It has a ton of benefits as long as you have it in moderation. Im’ impressed with something so…[Read more]
I’ve been looking to try new fitness and yoga videos and I went to Gaiam because that’s where I used to like my videos. I found out that they’re not really doing downloadables or even dvd as much as they used to. THey have the Gaia subscription streaming. Is it worth it? That seems like a pretty big monthly fee for what I would be using it for…[Read more]
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