11/09/2014 Beauty Parlours
Most of us start a diet and fitness program as a way to look healthier. We want to lose weight, lose fat, build muscle, and generally improve our appearance. We tend to notice only after chasing a buff body the ‚¬"side-effect‚¬ of not just looking better but feeling so much better as well. But what about our long-term health? Living healthy not only improves our quality of life in the present, it also decreases the odds of developing many ailments and diseases in the future. If you are looking for motivation for sticking with your healthy lifestyle, consider it a maintenance program for your long-term health.
1. Foods For Disease Prevention
Fibre helps with digestion and has the added benefit of helping clear out many of the processed foods that pile up in our digestive tract which can contribute to cancers in the digestive system. Fibre will also lower your blood cholesterol so try to have some fibre with every meal.
Imagine the frustration of discovering that you've been performing the same exercise wrong for years. Think about the person who gets injured because ...