We are all aware that keeping fit and exercising is essential to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We present five ways to stop skipping your workouts. But let’s face it, there are periods when getting to sweat out is the absolute
Staying hydrated plays a massive role in the proper functioning of our body, seeing as our body is made up of about 75% water. Imagine not drinking any water for 8 hours straight up when you are up and about.
Hiking comes with a whole lot of benefits than you could ever think of. It is more than just being an iconic camping activity or a means of getting immersed in nature while on the trail, or an excellent opportunity
Goals provide you with a sense of purpose and meaning. It gets you engaged and interested. It provides clear-cut directions for you. The high that comes after completing a race can be likened to the sense of pride and elation
While shrimps might be small in size, they certainly don’t come with shrimpy benefits. These delicious crustaceans have been consumed for eons and popularized for its power pack of nutrient. Grilled, boiled, fried or streamed, they are a show stopper
Avocados are partly famous due to it creamy, delicious nutty taste, and its photogenic look spread atop a toast. However, one of its best credit and its reason for being in the spotlight these days is its powerhouse of nutrients.
You know how good exercise is for you. Yet your workout motivation is at zero level. You want that stress-free magic-pill that makes you look great. Good news, the magic pill is available. Bad news, it is exercise. The bucket
This is a quick meal, which is made very easy to safe you time. The salad with fried peppers and shrimps is tasty and has many proteins. This menu is low carb. Why bell peppers? Bell peppers contain more vitamin
“Once you understand that habits can change, you have the freedom- and the responsibility –to remake them” – Charles Duhigg. We are all creatures of habit. This makes any change in our life a difficult, terrifying and inconvenient thing for
Do you know that ginger has much more to offer you than flavor for your favorite cuisine? It is a quite common spice in Indian and Asian cuisine. It is most valued for its healing property: relief from pain nausea