Time is precious and not everyone can hit the gym at 5 am. But just because you’re short on time during the day doesn’t mean you can’t stay active. The key is to think outside the box and find ways of exercising that don’t impact on the tasks that you have to get done.
For years now, olive oil has enjoyed being the topmost commonly chosen oil by health fanatics and those looking to reduce their cholesterol levels. It is true that olive oil is a healthy alternative to refined vegetable oil, butter, ghee and lard. However, is it the ONLY healthy oil option out there?
Most runners simply love the simplicity of running. Do it anytime, anywhere, and you don’t really need any other fitness plan. As simple and inherent as running is, it’s not necessarily easy, especially if you’re running in the excruciating heat of the summer. And if you are a marathon or triathlon runner, things get trickier.
You’re committed to losing weight and are in the search for the right workout routine. You’ve even enrolled at the gym or decided to start jogging. But is it enough to embark on a new regimen to lose weight? Or should you also be mindful of the time you choose for your workout?
There are some communities around the world that have learnt to prolong death. Through a mix of good diet, lifestyle practices and healthy social engagement, these communities have a high longevity, where the average lifespan is around 100 years old. Have these people discovered the Fountain of Youth? Or are they doing something so simple yet effective, we all should be doing it too?