Diet and exercise work hand in hand to help you achieve your #bodygoals and #fitnessgoals. But if you are to ask which one is more important or yields better results, experts would answer “diet.” This is because what you put in your body has more effects than how you move it. In other words, cutting back on your calorie intake would prove to be more beneficial to your weight loss plans than running around the block or on the treadmill for an hour every day.
Healthy eating doesn’t have to be difficult. We all know we should rely on convenience foods less, and cook more at home. Finding the time and the inclination is not always easy, but investing in some key pieces of kitchen equipment and clearing out your cupboards will make you feel more like cooking from scratch. So, to save money and get yourself on the road to being healthier and slimmer, make these simple changes.
A balanced diet, taking regular exercise and not smoking form the basis of good health. Eating healthily means taking in a variety of foods, including lean proteins, whole grains, healthy fats, fruit and vegetables. Drinking plenty of water, cutting down on alcohol, sugar, salt and saturated fats is also important for health.
We all lead busy lives. We are short on time, and sometimes short on money. While many of us would love a personal trainer, or a luxurious gym membership, sometimes we just can’t stretch that far. So along came YouTube and gave us the ability to have the benefits of a personal exercise programme with expert advice in the comfort of our own home.
Of course, even though you’re exercising at home, the usual rules apply. Exercise at a level you are comfortable with, and if you are in any doubt, see your doctor for advice.
Is there a difference between caged eggs and free range eggs? I mean the birds aren’t going to know the difference. One walks under open blue skies and the other sits in a cage. Really one bird isn’t going to know it’s in cage prison and the other will know it’s a free bird able to roam the prairies. But wait a minute maybe there really is a difference between the two. It has been a hotly debated subject among both sides. The caged eggs side vs. the open range egg side. One side cries “let the birds have their freedom and it’s cruel to lock them in cages.” “The other side says it don’t make a difference that they are caged.” Besides, when the birds are caged isn’t easier for the owners to watch the birds? Out in the open range they are exposed to natural predators and may wander to far from home.