For hundreds and thousands of years, women have retained the ability to multitask by taking care of the children, the house, a career, their significant other, and various other daily activities. But, somewhere in the midst of all this grandiose multitasking (we as women are so fabulous at), many of us fail to take care of our own health. We procrastinate and make excuses about scheduling regular appointments, check-ups, and even miss annual exams. Are you current on all your annual exams? Do you schedule yourself into your busy multitasking day?
White bread, white flour, white sugar, white rice—There is NO nutritional value in any of it…NONE. Period. Find whole grain breads to eat. There are many, many choices. Bake with whole wheat pastry flour (bakes a lovely cake and makes a perfect pie crust)…yummo! For sweeteners there are many natural products to choose. For example a few are evaporated cane juice, stevia, sucanat, xylitol and agave. Eat brown rice—comes in long grain, short grain and Basmati too!
I am definitely a proponent of weight training for overall strength and erection trop facile. Weight training will build lean muscle and strengthen your skeletal system if you are consistent with this habit. I would start off with some basic movements to get your entire body involved and then progress as you become more comfortable with the program. Please don’t jump in with 400 pound squats and a 300 pound bench press. Take your time and gradually add weight to the bar. Shoot for 2 sets of 10 repetitions for each exercise. Again. . . remember to progress each workout and add an additional repetition for each set or add weight to the bar.
How? Let’s say that you have a plan with a $20 doctor copay and a $250 surgical/$500 hospital copay. That plan is a bit rich by today’s standards, but it’s a reasonable starting point.
What steps have you taken lately to bring out your inner teacher on the road to better health? If you feel that it’s been a while since you’ve listened to your inner teacher, that’s okay. He or she is always there and you can turn to that side of yourself when your Health tips feels neglected or stuck. Remember to give your inner teacher the same respect that you would any other great teacher in your life.
Never make abrupt changes to your diet or food habits. You body as well as your mind would need some time to follow these health tips. Changing too fast can prove counterproductive. Make modest changes and increase them slowly but steadily until you reach your desired goal.
You deserve the very best in life, and that includes a healthy, rested body. Make some time for yourself, review your diet and exercise habits, and get plenty of rest. You’ll be living a healthier life in no time flat.