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10 Healthy Tips for Fitness Success

Getting fit is on the minds of most people. However, many people are not consistent and fail in the first three months of an exercise program. But if it becomes a habit and they stick to it, something magical happens after four months. You are finally getting the results you expect and chances are you will continue with the weight loss exercise program.

 

 

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Walking for Lose Weight

The news is out. Research shows time and again that walking, the most natural movement of all to us, is incredibly beneficial in so may areas of our health; physical, mental, and spiritual. Walking lowers cholesterol and blood pressure, burns off surplus pounds, alleviates mild depression, enhances your mood, reduces the effect of stress and more.

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10 Tips To Lose Weight For The Summer

Being overweight in the summer heat is no fun. And exposing a fat stomach or fat thighs isn’t exactly pleasant when everyone else around you is wearing gnat-sized beachwear and drizzling oil onto wasp-like abdomens. In fact, for people carrying excess weight, summer can be an unpleasant trial involving countless opportunities for embarassment and discomfort. So let’s take a look at how you can reduce some of your fat and make next summer a happier experience. But first, a warning.

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HOW TO STOP EMOTIONAL EATING – Control Your Cravings

HOW DO I OVERCOME URGES TO EAT?

 

To answer this question, we first need to understand why we eat in the first place. It’s probably safe to say, you likely already know the answers to that question. We eat for energy. We eat to stay alive. We eat to nourish our bodies. And, we eat to preserve our health.  There are social reasons too—such as a business lunch or a dinner party with friends. There are cultural reasons—such as the Fourth of July BBQ and Thanksgiving dinner. And, of course, we can never forget to eat a piece (or two) of the traditional birthday cake during a celebration.  Eating is even focused around religious observations—like Easter dinner, Passover, or a Bar-mitzvah.  And, for some of us, eating plays a role in our romantic activities as well—the infamous late night dinner date or breakfast in bed.

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