Seasonal eating is economical and good for the environment. It is a way to feed into our body’s cravings and achieve nutritional balance while naturally supporting the immune system. There is a reason that apples taste better in the fall, or that you crave citrus in the winter months. These items are in season during this specific time, and their flavor is at the peak.
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Intermittent fasting is scientifically proven to change the body on a cellular level. The process can also help you shed extra weight and flatten the abdominal area. The cellular repair that takes place changes hormone levels allowing for stored body fat to become more accessible. Intermittent fasting also drops insulin levels, further facilitating fat burning, while increasing levels of growth hormone, which supports muscle gain.
When it comes to fitness and nutritional goals, a challenge can help to kick-start your activity level and set a precedent for an ongoing lifestyle change. Even a short, six or 12-week challenge can allow you to see results and be a catalyst for transformation. Many people struggle with setting fitness and nutritional goals because they feel they do not have the time to fully invest or meal plan and prep to be successful. Taking it all in small steps helps to show that you have the stamina needed to persevere.
How to Stay Healthy – Exercise Regularly and Eat Well-Balanced Meals
The temptation of summer lights a fire for healthy eating and exercise. This passion is fueled primarily with the desire to look good in a swimsuit, but a healthful lifestyle is important year-round – no matter what the motivation.
With a goal of losing weight, many Americans ask the same question: would weight training or cardiovascular training be more effective? The answer is easy – it’s both! Cardiovascular training and targeted HIIT workouts do burn more calories, which is key to weight loss, but weight training has benefits beyond immediate calorie loss including elevating resting metabolism. This benefit allows your body to continue burning calories for hours or days after the initial workout.
The foods we eat are vital to our health and wellbeing. Food fuels our body, giving us the nutrients and energy to live our daily lives. While the word diet has taken on a negative, restrictive context over the years, the word in the truest form means “the foods we eat on a regular basis.” It’s easy to see why everyone should eat a healthy diet, so what is preventing the vast majority of the American population from doing so? The answer lies in time and finances.
The majority of parents report spending one to two hours per day preparing healthy foods for their family. Time estimates for clean-up fall within these timeframes as well. A recent article in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine indicated that time spent in preparation, however, might be an essential ingredient in the production of healthier eating habits among adults. But, with today’s busy lifestyles how do you meal prep a healthy family dinner and still get the tasks of the day done? The answer is Fresh Meal Plan.
It’s been 90 days – how is your resolution to stick to healthy eating? Is your summer body ready to hit the beach? If healthy eating and meal prep have yet to become a habit for you in 2019, it’s time for a restart… and Fresh Meal Plan is here to help.
Vegan diets are not a new option, but a lifestyle change that has received a resurgence in recent years. The term vegan was coined by Donald Watson in 1944 when he started the Vegan Society in England. The movement started with vegetarians who refrained from eating eggs and dairy products, but later morphed to include a lifestyle that refrained from exploiting animals.
Working out without a clear goal in mind is like driving a car without a destination – not inherently wrong, but very difficult to measure progress or success. By determining precise, reasonable goals, every workout will have more purpose. One of the most famous methods to goal setting is the S.M.A.R.T. system, which stands for key attributes of an effective goal: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-based.