Easy Tips and Benefits of Staying Hydrated

Easy Tips and Benefits of Staying Hydrated

We all need food and water to survive. But, what if you were placed in a position where you had to choose one or the other, which one would you choose? If water was your answer, then you’ve made a really wise decision. The human body can survive for 3 weeks without food, but only 1 week of no water might probably end a person’s life. Ironically, the majority today eat more food than they drink water. They may not notice it now, but every day that passes without drinking the correct amount of water is another day of putting their health at risk. The human adult body is composed of up to 60% water. Water additionally accounts for 73% of the brain and the heart, 83% of the lungs, 64% of the skin, 79% of the muscles and kidneys, and even our bones are 31% water. It comes as no surprise that the cells in our body need water as an important nutrient. Water cleanses the body, regulates our body temperature, forms saliva, and lubricates the joints. The carbohydrates and proteins in our body are transported by water in our bloodstream. It’s said that water is life, and perhaps … Read More Read More
Ulcerative Colitis Diet – Foods To Eat And Avoid

Ulcerative Colitis Diet – Foods To Eat And Avoid

Ulcerative colitis is painful, recurring, and stressful. If you’re suffering from this disease, you must follow a customized diet plan. By avoiding foods that can worsen the problem and consuming inflammation-fighting foods, you can manage the disease symptoms to a good extent. In this article, you will find out Ulcerative Colitis Diet foods you should eat and avoid, and how you can heal using natural remedies. But first, let me tell you a few vital facts regarding ulcerative colitis. Ulcerative Colitis Facts Ulcerative colitis is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes the inflammation and ulceration of the innermost lining of the colon and rectum. About 1.6 million Americans and 2.5 million Europeans are affected by this disease. The root cause of this inflammatory disease isn’t confirmed, but scientists have hypothesized that it may be caused due to the presence of pathogenic bacteria or virus in the gut or an immune system attack on normal gut bacteria. The most common symptoms are diarrhea, cramps, rectal bleeding, fever, loss of appetite, joint pain, liver disease, and eye problems. Ulcerative colitis can be diagnosed by blood tests, colonoscopy, and stool sample tests. It stays life long and may flare up … Read More Read More
Autumn Calabrese’s Top Weight-Loss Tips

Autumn Calabrese’s Top Weight-Loss Tips

Beachbody hosts Super Weekend four times a year — it’s an opportunity for thousands of Team Beachbody Coaches to attend team meetings in their local cities. The Coaches come from every corner of the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. to learn about new products and programs and share best coaching practices. Beachbody Super Trainer Autumn Calabrese, creator of 21 Day Fix, Ultimate Portion Fix, and other programs, led a live Q&A session with the audience, answering questions about weight loss, nutrition, fitness, and motivation. Watch this behind-the-scenes look at how it all came together, including an ultimate mash-up workout featuring moves from 21 Day Fix, 80 Day Obsession, and The Master’s Hammer & Chisel. Pro tip: You can watch all of Autumn’s answers to weight loss and fitness questions with a free trial of The Monthly Fix, available to all Ultimate Portion Fix nutrition customers. Learn more about The Monthly... Read More
Tips to Make the Perfect Salad

Tips to Make the Perfect Salad

Who doesn’t love a good salad? It’s easy to throw together and fun to play around with different varieties. But if fitness and nutrition are your goals, you want to make sure your salad checks all the boxes for a well-rounded meal. Step 1: Start with power greens like spinach, chard, kale or arugula. These will serve as the foundation of your salad, but the variation in taste between different types of lettuce will make a dramatic difference in how the other ingredients you add taste. Greens are a great way to get good fiber and anti-oxidant benefits out of your salad. Step 2: Add some color and crunch. There are so many options here. Some of my favorites are tomatoes, bell peppers, broccoli and cucumber. These are simple, low calorie options that add texture and flavor. If you want to spice things up even more, try adding some raw... Read More