Honesty is the best policy, especially when it comes to being truthful with yourself. It’s fairly easy to acknowledge and smile at the woman in the mirror who has accomplished goals, helped others or done some other good thing. It’s a different story, however, when the woman staring back at you has fallen short. We’ve all fallen short of completing some goal. We’ve all failed others at some time or another. We’ve all failed ourselves. Perhaps you haven’t reached a point in your life or career that you believe you should have surmounted by now. None of these things are equivalent to the end of the world.Read article
People have been using herbs for healing for thousands of years, but legend claims it wasn’t until 2737 B.C. that the Chinese began using herbs in tea for the taste and medicinal qualities. Even after so many years, people still use these herbs and teas to help heal, and it has become the second most consumed beverage worldwide after water. Check out these types of teas you should have in your home to provide medicinal benefits.Read article
The metabolism holds the key to our energy expenditure and weight loss. This is why the above questions (in the title) may be some of most important questions you can ask yourself when it comes to gaining knowledge and total mastery over your health and fitness… oh, and let’s not forget achieving our ideal bodyweight.Read article
Dieting is one more mountain to climb… higher… and yet, today you may need a little more oxygen and a helpful push to get to the top. The support you want consists of the most advanced information and technology from the most trusted source – a bariatric physician (a physician who specializes in weight loss), along with your bariatric team (experts in nutrition and exercise).
Remember when losing a few unwanted pounds was as easy as playing a couple games of basketball at the gym? Or maybe it was flag football at the park or racquetball with a buddy. Your metabolism was high, you could run on all eight cylinders and losing weight was a snap! You could eat anything and keeping track of calories wasn’t in your schedule.