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Improve Work Life Balance - 6 Tips

Improve Work Life Balance - 6 Tips Is it possible to improve your own work-life balance in a targeted manner? Pretty much everything in life - from your body to riding a bike - works best in one state: in balance. This applies above all to the balance between your work and your private life, which is known as work-life balance. While this term can be a bit misleading because it suggests that life and work are two different things (which they are not), it makes a lot of sense to maintain a balance between your personal life and your and work. A good work-life balance can be a challenge for many of us now days. That is why in this article I am giving some tips to improve your work-life balance and to keep your life in a pleasant equilibrium. Some of the tips for a better work-life balance 1. Draw Clear Lines Nowadays, thanks to technology, it is becoming easier and easier to blur the lines between work and leisure: some people spend a not inconsiderable part of their working ti

Top Ten Tips to Stay Fit and Healthy!

Top Ten Tips to Stay Fit and Healthy!

We usually think or ask about the best way to lose weight (fat).

The answer is very simple: Eat nutritious food at the right time and in a proper way.

This is very difficult to do in our fast-paced society. But properly nourishing to our body is the key to increased energy, reduced body fat, a healthier look and an elevated immune system.

Here are top ten tips to nourish our body and keep it functioning at optimum levels. 

1. Focus on improving our eating habits rather than participating in restrictive diets. Always keep in mind that what you eat and drink has a direct impact on how you look, feel and perform.

Buy Fruits and Vegetables not junk food

2. Go to the grocery store at least once a week to buy some fruits, vegetables and nourishing food. Leave the junk food on the shelves, because what you buy, you will eat. Also, don’t buy the junk food for our kids, spouse or relatives. They don’t need it either. 

3. Try to focus on fueling our body with nourishing food rather than filling our belly with empty, sugar-loaded calories. Our body is a wonderful machine that needs nourishing food to function at optimal levels.

4. Try to eliminate casual calories that often contain no nutritional value. They include: soda, juices, candy, energy drinks and triple mocha caramel double fudge latte coffees. Remember, consuming too many calories will cause you to gain weight. It doesn’t matter if these calories come from foods or drinks.

 

5. Don’t fall victim to diet and weight-loss marketing professionals. Carbohydrates do not make you fat. Protein does not make you fat. Fat does not make you fat. Consuming more calories than our body burns will cause you to gain weight. It’s that simple.

Eat Small amount 5-6 times a day
 6. Eat smaller portions more frequently throughout the day to help keep our blood sugar levels stable. Stabilized blood sugar levels not only help increase energy; they also will help you burn unnecessary body fat. Try to include some carbohydrates, protein and fat in each meal. 

7. When eating fast food or dining out, try to order a meal that contains some carbohydrates, protein and fat. Always keep in mind that the chef does not care if you are overweight or unhealthy. Order food with our health and fitness in mind. 

8. Try to eliminate all deep-fried foods. They are loaded with trans-fatty acids. And yes, this includes French fries. I know they taste good, but they have a negative impact on how you look and feel.

9. Read food labels. Not all brands are equal and the manufacturers do not care if you are overweight or unhealthy. For example, some items are labelled “fat free,” yet if you read the food label you will see that the product contains “mono and diglycerides”. This is fat! Also, try to limit foods that contain “hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils” as these oils can contribute to heart disease. 

Pasta not good source of Carbs

10. Try to limit our intake of breads, potatoes and pastas (these are not the best source of carbohydrates) and replace them with fruits and vegetables that will nourish our body with valuable nutrients. Fruits and vegetables also help to slow the aging process and boost our body’s immune system.


Caution: Fat is Always injurious to health, burn our Fat and stay healthy!!

Today Morning, I burned my fat by running and cycling. Today I did 5 km running which burns 325 calories and 5 km cycling which burns 186 calories. Total calories burned for today is around 500 calories.

 

Stay Healthy, Stay Fit.

 



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