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Fight Heart Disease With These Heart Healthy Foods & Tips

Every year, over 500,000 people in America die from heart disease and while exercise and portion control can help you stay healthy, nothing has been shown to reduce heart disease more than a healthy diet. So how can we protect ourselves to achieve longevity?
This infographic is loaded with heart healthy options, highlighting the individual benefits of each fruit, vegetable, grain and nut listed. If you don’t think enjoying a heart healthy meal can be pleasurable -just imagine snacking on a grass-fed steak with sauteed red peppers, spinach brown rice risotto, sweet potato with an orange-cinnamon glaze and a dessert of dark chocolate covered blueberries dusted with crushed almonds.

Picture your way to a healthy heart with these great tips.

5 Types of Yoga and their benefits

On the physical level, yoga postures, called asanas, are designed to tone, strengthen, and align the body. These postures are performed to make the spine supple and healthy and to promote blood flow to all the organs, glands, and tissues, keeping all the bodily systems healthy.

On the mental level, yoga uses breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation (dyana) to quiet, clarify, and discipline the mind. However, experts are quick to point out that yoga is not a religion, but a way of living with health and peace of mind as its aims. Yoga has been used to alleviate problems associated with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, migraine headaches, asthma, shallow breathing, backaches, constipation, diabetes, menopause, multiple sclerosis, varicose veins, and many chronic illnesses.
It also has been studied and approved for its ability to promote relaxation and reduce stress. On the other hand, some researchers are now questioning claims that yoga is beneficial for such conditions as carpal tunnel syndrome.
As of late 2002, yoga is increasingly recommended for dysmenorrhea, premenstrual syndrome, and other disorders in premenopausal women, in Europe as well as in the United States. Yoga can also provide the same benefits as any well-designed exercise program, increasing general health and stamina, reducing stress, and improving those conditions brought about by sedentary lifestyles.
Classical yoga is separated into eight limbs, each a part of the complete system for mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Four of the limbs deal with mental and physical exercises designed to bring the mind in tune with the body. The other four deal with different stages of meditation.
Yoga can be performed by those of any age and condition, although not all poses should be attempted by everyone. Yoga is also a very accessible form of exercise; all that is needed is a flat floor surface large enough to stretch out on, a mat or towel, and enough overhead space to fully raise the arms.
It is a good activity for those who cannot go to gyms, who do not like other forms of exercise, or have very busy schedules. Yoga should be done on an empty stomach, and teachers recommend waiting three or more hours after meals. Loose and comfortable clothing should be worn.

 

 

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Who says “There’s no such thing as a quick workout”

Compound Exercises Will Burn More Calories And Increase Muscle Tone
 
Here are some conventional exercises and a compound alternative that will make your workout much more effective…
The main difference between the old exercises and the new is the amount of muscles being activated at one time.  Sure, running is great exercise, and your working your heart, lungs, and legs.  But if you replace running with a high knee jog, while moving your arms back and forth, you’ll find its just as much cardio as running, but with much more muscle activation throughout your legs and especially abs.
http://www.thefitandtone.com/quick-workouts-lose-weight-fast.html

Superfood Trends to Watch

…and just what is a “superfood” anyway?

Who wouldn’t want to believe in the concept of “superfoods”? The idea that the vast expanse of nature has secret nutritional resources that can easily help us with a number of ailments if only they can be discovered and harvested, is definitely enticing.

It certainly seems like we’ve just been blind to treasure troves of exotic berries, nuts, and grains when these popular superfoods were unknown to the West until now. Açaí berries, for example, only gained fame outside of Brazil within the last decade.

It’s often their otherness that makes these foods so appealing. Quinoa, particularly popular among vegetarians and vegans, does indeed provide a decent protein source – but then again, so do many common beans and nut varieties.

Açaí berries and goji berries are packed with phytochemicals, a plant compound which does seem to have a positive effect on a person’s chances of heart disease and brain deterioration. That sounds fancy, except regular old blueberries and strawberries have lots of phytochemicals too.

 

 

https://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/the-truths-you-didnt-know-about-superfood.html

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17 Reasons to Avoid Stress & Effective Stress Busters

You know stress is bad; it feels horrible and can affect nearly every aspect of your life. But do you know exactly what kinds of physical effects stress can have on your body?

Good news: There’s an infographic that explains it all! While you may know anecdotally that stress isn’t good for you, you can see from the information below that its long-term effects can be truly devastating. So try some meditation or some yoga, and let us know what you think!

 

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