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The summer season is just months away and we all know what that entails, right? It’s the perfect time to show off those hard worked abs, time to flex that muscles, and look your healthiest in your chosen bikini! Easier said than done? I know right?
There are just those times when you feel too tired to work out. Too stressed to continue and sometimes, just too demotivated to show up on your next gym schedule that you just want to go home and sleep. The best way to keep up? Take your daily dose of vitamins to keep your stamina working! Supplement Edge does exactly that. Continue reading
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Music to clear your mind of negative things to create a happy and healthy body for yourself. When we are depressed or pressured with work or problems, our body suffers. We can’t eat and sleep properly, thus it affects our health and the people we love as intend to be irritable and unreachable, we don’t wanna talk to anyone. For this there are ways we can avoid these things. In one quiet and comfortable place, meditate, get a headphone if you don’t want to get distracted and listen to your favorite songs or music (a jazz music from mellophone is one of my favorites and it works real good to me). Think about the problems, face it and don’t from run it, find the solutions and as your mind clears you’ll see that is not as hard as you thought it was. And even if there are no solutions in sight yet, you can deal with it in a very positive way, it’s your choice.
Gastroenterologists are physicians who specialize in diagnosing and treating disorders of the human digestive system. Patients with symptoms relating to the biliary system, esophagus, liver, stomach, pancreas, intestines, or gall bladder may need to consult a gastroenterologist.
Before visiting the gastroenterologist, patients should make a list of questions and/or concerns to share at the appointment. Patients should also plan to provide an accurate and concise medical history and tell the doctor about any recent or current symptoms they are concerned about. Click to learn more about how to prepare for gastroenterologist appointment.
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For generations now, Myra® has always been a part of our everyday life! Though, personally, I am more familiar with the skin vitamin products that Myra® produces, the market has already grown so much that we can always expect something new from any company!
Well, introducing the new Myra® Facial Wash that’s guaranteed to help wash the dirt, oil and grime of the day’s work! It’s so mild that it leaves the skin feeling squeaky clean and fresh! It has mild ingredients guaranteed to make sure that you feel and look clean! It’s the awesome partner for anyone who travels on a daily basis and those who work facing people like in shops and the like! Perfect for more than once a day use too! Plus it’s cost effective that’s sure to be be inexpensive enough to fit your budget!
Myra® VitaSmooth and VitaWhite Facial Wash are multi-benefit products and will be the only facial wash in the market with Vitamin E beads to help keep skin healthy and nourished while riding skin of excess oil and dirt. Continue reading
Two years ago when I started a new hobby of getting fit by attending Zumba classes, sweat a lot through fast dance moves in tune to fast music with GC Fender Bassbreaker and also watched my diet by eating nutritious food, though practically I’m not much of a junkie food savvy, I still have to be careful with what I eat. I drink soda only once in a while, eat at fast food resto when I’m out of the house which is very seldom or order them when we want to veer away from regular food we eat everyday. I also prefer fruits over chips for snacks and love eating nuts like peanuts or cashew nuts, or almonds if available.
I also begun using brown sugar as sweetener for my coffee and other drinks instead of white and now brown rice as replacement to white rice to get rid of that extra bulge in my tummy, the best alternative for my source of energy.
Brown rice is a good source of magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, thiamin, niacin and vitamin B6, and an excellent source of manganese, with 88 percent of your daily manganese in just one cup cooked.
The USA Rice Federation notes that brown rice contains no trans-fat or cholesterol. It has only trace amounts of fat and sodium.
Brown rice contains 88 percent of the recommended daily amount of manganese. “Manganese is an important mineral that helps digest fats,” said Toups. Brown rice also contains 3.5 grams of fiber per cup, which is 14 percent of the USDA’s daily-recommended intake. Fiber is well known for its digestive benefits. It helps keep bowel movements regular, reducing constipation, and helps keep bowels healthy, according to the Mayo Clinic, which includes brown rice on its list of high-fiber foods.
source : http://www.livescience.com/50461-brown-rice-health-benefits-nutrition-facts.html