I learned a lot about myself from skydiving. Perhaps, my most important lesson was learning to say no and doing what was best for myself.
Your health account is your wealth account. Ever heard that statement before? It’s what Jack LaLanne believed and practiced throughout his life. LaLanne felt there was no difference between one’s health account and bank account – you more you put in, the more you can get out.
If you have low self-esteem, you’re part of the largest club in the country! Many, many people suffer from low self-esteem. However, you can change how you feel about yourself by doing a few simple things.
For most people, these two subjects are often thought of as the same thing. Although gaining self confidence in one area can help with one’s self-esteem, they are actually two different subjects.
In my previous post, I mentioned that successful weight loss isn’t facilitated by supplementation alone. Diet, exercise and stress can also impact any weight loss plan. Today I’m going to explore diet, specifically calories, in more detail.
Whether they contain natural or synthetic ingredients, diet products are popular and they receive a lot of media attention. You’ve probably seen product-driven weight loss ads on TV, heard them on the radio, caught glimpses of diet products in the glossy pages of magazines or maybe clicked on an online ad promising some weight loss secret—drop belly fat fast!
The Natural Health Movement…That’s what they called it back in the 1970’s when a renewed interest in the holistic health movement began in the U.S. and Canada. The term grew out of the Natural Cure Movement that was going on in Europe and the phrase was coined in 1895 by John Scheel, and popularized by Benedict Lust, the “Father of US naturopathy.”
Good opening lines are hard to come up with and the longer one waits the more difficult the task becomes. I’ve had a twitter account for months and even without tweeting, I managed to acquire followers.