Water For Health
We all know that we should drink lots of water, suggested amounts are upwards of 1.5litres a day (The British Dietetic Association advises that we should consume 2.5 litres a day to remain healthy). However there is a lot of controversy; do tea and coffee count? How about squash or herbal tea? Should you have an extra glass for each alcoholic drink?
The following report will try and answer the following questions:
Why do our bodies need water?
How much water should I drink?
What are the benefits of lots of water?
What are the risks of not having enough water?
How do I know if I’m dehydrated?
Can we have too much water?
How does water help weight loss?
Why our bodies need water?
Water makes up 50-70% of our body weight and without it we would die within a ... Read More
Diet – Living Fit and Healthy Diet
Today’s world is becoming dirtier and unhealthier by the minute. It is an everyday challenge to live a healthy life. Our everyday needs of air, food, and water are usually of the “contaminated” form — the air we breathe is no longer pure oxygen but a cocktail of oxygen and pollutants, our food is laced with extra fat and preservatives, and our water is likewise pumped with treating agents to make it “clean.” Nearly nothing is ever what it should be.
After we have exerted everything we could in helping keep our environment clean, keeping the air and water clean is a matter best left to the regulatory bodies to take care of. Food is a different story... Read More
Importance Of Eating Healthy
There are lots of people that are suffering from obesity today. There is no denying the fact that obesity is the underlying cause of many complicated diseases. In addition to that, it is one factor that makes you feel embarrassed and affects your confidence. Lack of following a healthy life and stress filled lives are some of the major factors that contribute to obesity. Thus, it is high time that you follow some healthy habits with eating healthy tips.
Following A Healthy Diet: Read More
There are many people who think that strict and healthy diet should be followed only by people who are obese. However, this is a wrong concept...
Healthy Diet for Aging Adults
The cells in our bodies are in a constant process of breaking down as we age. The older we are, the more wear and tear on our cells. This process makes it vitally important to provide our cells with the resources they require for optimal maintenance and repair.
A healthy diet is the strongest ally our body has in the fight against disease and cell deterioration. Eating healthy foods makes it easier for our bodies to function better and longer and can impact the progression of many diseases and conditions.
Learning to eat a nutritious and healthy diet is not as difficult as it sounds and the rewards are abundant. Making simple changes in our diet can help us live longer, reduce the risk of many diseases, and give us a feeling of renewed energy.
Change Your Attitude – Learn to Love Exercise
You have probably read about the long-term benefits of exercise: increased energy, disease reduction, longevity, weight management, improved quality of life etc. Most of us are well aware that regular exercise is a vital and critical part of looking, feeling and staying younger and healthier over the course of our lifetime. The need to have the proper attitude towards exercise.
If you want to improve your life in every way, the best place to start is with exercise.
Our bodies need regular exercise; it’s our natural state to be energetic and lively.
When we don’t include it in our lives, we cannot function properly and we cannot feel as good as we should. Regular vigorous exercise will make us saner, happier and healthier. Stay... Read More