Tips To Keep You Motivated To Exercise

When we are in school we are put on a schedule, which usually also included some physical activity.  Once we are out of school and start working full time physical activity can take a back seat and not a priority for our everyday life.  Whether you are trying to Lose Weight or want to lead a healthier lifestyle, here are some tips to keep you motivated.  

One tip I think gets overlooked is saying “no” to things.  Many times we find we don’t have time for exercise because our schedule is so impacted.  In order for you to make exercise a priority in your life, you may have to say no so some other things that may take away your time.  Filling up your day with too many commitments, most of which may drain you rather than give you energy, can become a bad habit and will continue to be an excuse you for not exercising.  Another tip when time is a factor is to try and multitask.  If you go to the gym and are on the treadmill try listening to a podcast or finding time saving recipes for dinner!  If you don’t have to time to make it to the gym there are so many online fitness class you can take.  Some are even made for those with busy lifestyles and the workouts are 20-30 minutes.  

Here Are Some Reasons You Should Think About Vegetarianism

I grew up in a meat eating household, we ate steaks, chicken and pork.  Our vegetables comprised of a continuous, never ending pot of thawed frozen carrots, broccoli and cauliflower.  My mother never seasoned and always steamed them.  By the age of 12 I was completely over it.  As an adult I have come to discover the many different varieties of vegetables and the different ways they can be prepared.  If you are deciding to go vegetarian I would highly suggest doing research before starting your new endeavor.  This is important to ensure you have a proper plan to get all the nutrients and vitamins your body needs.  There are many benefits to ditching the meat and having a more raw diet.
 
Vegetarians usually have lower body weight then those who have a meat based diet.  If  you are dealing with weight issues and looking to loose some added pounds, vegetarianism is a great natural way to do so without really dieting.  Being a vegetarian may also have an affect on your risk of diseases such as; heart disease, diabetes and forms of cancer.  In the recent years many people are learning all the horrible things they are injecting into animals to make them fatter so they can get bigger animals and sell more meat.  It is true you are what you eat and when you eat foods that are genetically grown and processed you are also receiving whatever chemicals they use.  
 
If you have questions regarding diet I would suggest seeing a nutritionist like  San Deigo Chiropractor Dr. Henry Wong.  He can help answer your questions about diet and what foods can work best for your body.  Many San Diego Chiropractors are also adding nutrition into their practices to help people find more solutions to bad eating habits.  Remember before starting any changes in your diet do your research and ask a professional for advise.  

 

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Get the Right Dose of Nutrition

Three of the studies the editorial team used to make their case showed multivitamins did little to change the risk of brain related problems, cardiovascular issues after a heart attack or overall health risks for the older people.

In trying to cover the whole spectrum of food without overdoing it in any one area, multivitamins usually only offer a small percentage of the nutrients you need to take care of a specific health concern.

And often enough they include nutrients you don't even need depending on how you eat.So these IQ supplement can improve your overall health. 

For instance, most multivitamins contain 400 IU or less of vitamin D. While this is the certified recommended daily allowance for vitamin D, most holistic doctors would consider this a drop in the bucket when it comes to raising your blood vitamin D levels.

I have my patients get blood tests to assess vitamin D levels and then recommend supplements accordingly. Often enough, I recommend at least 1000 IU – sometimes as much as 5000 IU – to get them to healthy vitamin D levels in the blood.

Multivitamins provide a baseline for nutrition. Not strategic intervention that can really make a difference.