Keeping a track of your body fat% is not only useful for the purpose of entering a certain body-goal or to build visible abs. Keeping your body fat percentage under check and in the healthy range is more than likely to help reduce serious health risks like heart diseases.
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The hardest part of healthy living is being disciplined. Often times our “just this once” or “back to diet from tomorrow” attitude applies the brakes on our journey towards our goals. This time, we’re bringing you the views and mantras of someone who has a very straight-forward, no nonsense approach that can help us reconsider our life style quite seriously.
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It is a commonly believed fact that it is normal for a person to shed 50-100 strands of hair per day. However, this loss of hair strands is not necessarily the reason why you might be have been worrying about your thinning hair. What you really need to figure out is whether your hair fall is “normal” or not!
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Do you often find yourself in the middle of a dilemma, while discussing which protein source to turn to for maximum benefit? If you have been looking at the protein options in the market, you might have come across several products that are either classed under Whey Protein or Mass Gainer. While both are known for their roles in helping build muscles, which one is best suited for you?
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Many of us have developed a tendency to count calories in everything we eat and we constantly worry about our diet and our cheat days. We tend to put food in one of the two categories “healthy” or “unhealthy” without realizing that such distinction is often stressful and limiting. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
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A ketogenic diet generally includes three dietary properties low carbohydrate, high fat and moderate protein intake. This diet puts you on a metabolic condition where your body burns fat for energy rather than carbohydrates.
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Stevia and Sucralose both serve as sweeteners that can be added to food products. Stevia is extracted from stevia rebaudiana , a member of the chrysanthemum family and a wild herb native to Paraguay and Brazil. The leaves of the stevia plant contain glycosides that give it its sweet taste and lasts longer in your mouth than the sweeteness of sugar.
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Protein is one of the three major nutrients our body needs in order to survive. Protein plays a vital role in our body and is necessary for not only consuming a balanced diet but also muscle repair, recovery and growth.
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Whey protein is a convenient alternative to whole foods. Whey is the byproduct that is created during the process of making cheese. It is popular for dietary supplementation. It is also a great protein supplement for those who are vegetarians.
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From the numerous sources of carbohydrates that we derive energy from, some are so-called “fast” and some are called “slow”. If you do not quite understand the concept of the “speed” of carbohydrates, you have come to the right place.
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