Walk every day
We’re less active than ever before and obesity rates are higher than ever.
Seven in ten adults in the U.S. aren’t regularly active, according to the President’s Council on Physical Fitness.
A great way to look and feel better is to walk. Walking is good for people of all ages. It helps you lose weight and keep weight off and keeps your
You can make walking a lifetime habit by starting with this simple plan: Walk 10 minutes a day this week. Then gradually work up to 30 minutes
a day 4 days or more a week. For every mile that you walk, you burn 95-100 calories.
Tip: Wear a pedometer or step-counter when you walk. It’s a great motivator and an easy way to track your distance.
They’re available at most sporting goods stores.
“You can be happier at work if you smile more, even if you have to fake it,” according to an article in the Harvard University Gazette.
Putting on a happy face has positive benefits both for you and the people around you.
That’s true in personal and work relationships.
Smiling makes everyone feel good.
• Smile at your manager and co-workers.
• Smile when you walk in the door and greet your partner.
• Smile when you talk on the phone with your mother.
• Try it right now! Smile and notice how it makes you feel more relaxed and cheerful.
Women smile more than men, according to a Yale University study published in Psychological Bulletin.
Ask for guidance first
Sometimes things seem like good ideas and aren’t, really. - Piglet
Self-will is a tricky thing. So are impulse behaviors.
We’ve heard of impulse buying-making purchases quickly and without thought, based on momentary impulse.
It’s easy to get caught up living our lives that way, too.
So often, we run off in the heat of the moment.
Spontaneity is good.
Saying yes to life is good, too. But impulse living can get us into trouble.
We can overreact to a problem and then sit in a heap of regrets.
Sometimes, the next step presents itself clearly, in a flash of inspiration.
Sometimes, we’re meant to go forward and not let our fears and negative thoughts hold us back.
Sometimes, we’re acting on impulse and may end up sabotaging ourselves.
Ask for guidance first.
It takes only a second to check the map and see if the turn we’re thinking of making is where we really want to go.
God, show me what your will is for me. Show me if the decision I’m about to make is in my best interests or if there is a better path for me to explore.
(60) Heart Smiling
Healthy Heart Facts
Dr Roy Walford, a famous Life-Extension Researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles is a leading Scientist in dietary-restriction studies who practices it himself and never overeats. He was the head scientist of the Biosphere Study in Arizona. This experiment involved 4 men and 4 women living in a totally enclosed environment for one year. Their calories were restricted by 29%. During that time they all registered healthier, decreased levels in blood pressure, triglycerides, cholesterol and other toxins! www.walford.com
Thirty years ago most medical schools taught that any cholesterol reading below 350 mg/dl was acceptable. The consensus today is that the level should be much lower – below 200 mg/dl for adults.
Researchers have discovered that the more healthy habits an individual practices, the longer they live and the healthier they are! - Elizabeth Vierck, Health Smart
When you have been stricken by illness, your new car, your new home, your new big, bank balance - all these fade into unimportance until you have regained your vigor and zest for living again. - Peter J. Steincrohn, M.D.
The heart that loves is always young. - Greek proverb
Love doesn’t make the world go round.
Love is what makes the ride worthwhile. - F. P. Jones
A man is as old as his arteries. - Virchow
We know two things about how to prevent death in middle age: smoking and cholesterol. - Richard Peto, Oxford University
The nation badly needs to go on a healthy diet. It should do something drastic about excessive, unattractive, life-threatening fat. It should get rid of it in the quickest, safest possible way and this is by fasting. - Allan Cott, M.D.
Difficulties strengthen the mind as labor does the body.
Medicine is only palliative. For behind disease lies the cause, and this cause no drug can reach. - Dr Weir Mitchell
The digestive organs of coffee drinkers are in a state of chronic derangement which reacts on the brain, producing fretful moods. - Dr Bock, 1910
Enter - or perhaps re-enter - the brave new world of wellness through exercise, natural remedies, alternative therapies, meditation and positive thinking.- Monica Skrypczak
Herbs - Garlic - Food Supplements
Mother Nature’s Healers
The text gives you a program for healthy and rewarding living. When you follow the Healthy Lifestyle you can build a strong and healthy heart. This takes you down the path to increased confidence, creativity and vitality! Please remember, you can always strive to live a more healthy, positive life.
In building a healthier and stronger heart don’t forget the miraculous healing gifts available from Mother Nature’s kingdom. For thousands of years, people around the world have used herbs and plants as medicines, tonics and remedies. Many of them are renowned for increasing heart health. Today, scientific research supports the traditional use of many of these medicinal plants. Herbs such as garlic, ginkgo, hawthorn, bilberry, Gotu Kola and rosemary have been traditionally used and scientifically researched for the treatment of heart and circulatory 207 conditions. Here’s a brief description of some of the most effective herbs. In addition to the Healthy Lifestyle, make use of these miracles of the plant world for your heart’s health and fitness. Remember to consult your health care professional before substituting herbs in a previously existing condition. The key to a healthy heart is prevention and the Healthy Heart Program.
Garlic - The Herb that Lowers Cholesterol
Garlic is one of nature’s great miracles. No other medicinal plant is more effective in the treatment and prevention of atherosclerosis! No wonder there has been increased research involving garlic and cardiovascular health. Research shows eating garlic regularly decreases serum cholesterol and dangerous triglyceride levels! People who eat garlic regularly have healthier arteries and blood than those who don’t. This is why people in France, Greece, Italy, etc. (who traditionally eat lots of garlic) have a lower incidence of heart attack and disease than people in the United States.
Garlic - Your Body’s Health Friend
Back in 1993, an extensive revealing study on garlic in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that even small amounts of fresh garlic eaten daily can significantly lower cholesterol levels in people with high cholesterol levels. Other exciting studies show that garlic helps decrease the blood’s bad LDL-cholesterol levels while increasing levels of good HDL-cholesterol! It’s also a general blood tonic. Garlic can lower your high blood pressure, inhibit blood clotting and improve your blood flow by reducing your blood’s viscosity. Please make garlic part of your daily routine for better heart health! Weuse fresh garlic!
Ginkgo - Improves Blood Flow to Brain
Over the last 40 years, Ginkgo has been one of the most scientifically researched medicinal herbs in the world today. Scientists know that Gingko Biloba (leaf) Extracts (GBE) dilate arteries, capillaries and veins, which increases blood flow. Therefore GBE reduces blood clotting and clogging of the arteries. GBE’s strong cardiovascular benefits are localized in the brain. Increasing evidence supports the GBE effectiveness in treating ailments associated with too little blood flow to the brain (such as short-term memory loss, senility, short attention span and depression). Look for GBE supplements in health stores.
Hawthorn - Great For Preventing Angina
As we said before, angina pectoris results when one of the heart’s arteries is temporarily deprived of oxygen. The artery goes into a spasm that causes sharp pain in the chest. Angina is recognized as a warning signal and a common precursor of heart attacks too. The Hawthorn Berry is used in Europe and China for heart and circulatory ailments. Also, use as a preventative as part of a healthy heart lifestyle. Scientific studies show hawthorn’s ability to dilate blood vessels (especially coronary vessels associated with angina). It also helps to strengthen the heart and normalize the blood pressure.
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