Are you an Ectomorph, Mesomorph, or Endomorph? That is a question you should ask yourself before deciding on a diet plan because different body types might respond better to different types of diets.
We all know by now that all diets do not work the same for everyone, so in order to find a workout plan that best fits your needs, you will first need to understand that your genetic makeup is just naturally different and may help you not feel so bad if a certain diet plan doesn't work for you.
Like I mentioned at the beginning there are three different body types.
The ectomorph has a delicately built body. People with this body type are naturally thin and tend to have less muscle mass. We see them eat whatever they like and gain no weight. A woman with anRead More
The Venus Factor - Lose Weight, Belly Fat Tips For Women Only
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Now in its third year, the Huggies(R) MomInspired(R) Grant Program is awarding $15,000 to 11 new mompreneurs. Each grant recipient's unique baby or child care business, product or service helps make life as a parent easier and more enjoyable. A recent Huggies MomInspired survey shares more about the mompreneur community - from inspiration, to funding and work-life balance.
* 84 percent of mompreneurs say becoming a mom encouraged innovation and creative thinking
* 76 percent of mompreneurs used personal savings as their main source of start-up funding
* Almost 2/3 of mompreneurs say they have a better work-life balance now than at their previous job
* 64 percent of those surveyed said they became an entrepreneur to help parentsRead More
It's not always easy to understand if you're getting all the essential nutrients needed to meet daily requirements such as those recommended by the National Health Institute's (NIH) Institute of Medicine and Office of Dietary Supplements. Nutritional needs and goals vary based on factors such as sex, activity level, lifestyle and age, making it difficult for an individual to determine what may be best for him/her. With an infinite selection of supplements available, it can also be overwhelming to narrow down the right products to support your overall health. The good news is that there are simple ways to ensure you're getting enough of the right vitamins for your body - whatever your personal health and fitness goals.
A customized solution such as GNC's Vitapak (R) Program is aRead More
Five ways to take charge of your health and increase your bottom line
Health care today is expensive, but there are ways that you can give your wallet a break. One of the best ways to make health care more affordable is to avoid the need for medical care in the first place.
More than 75 percent of health care costs are attributed to chronic illness, most of which are controllable, if not preventable. For those, here are five ways to save on health care spending so you have more money to enjoy life.
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It is important that you know your optimal range for health markers such as blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose. Knowing your health scores allows you to take steps to lessen your risk of chronic and costly diseases such as heart disease,
While the crisp, cool weather may leave a healthy-looking rosy glow on cheeks, colder seasons can be tremendously harsh on skin. Extreme changes and inclement weather during the fall and winter months can leave skin dry, chapped and even cracked.
“Keeping skin healthy during cold months isn't complicated, but it does take some extra effort,” says Dr. Charles Zugerman, a practicing dermatologist and associate professor of clinical dermatology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. “Taking a few simple steps each day will help skin look and feel great no matter the season.”
Zugerman offers these tips for keeping skin healthy and beautiful when the temperatures take a dip:
1. Continue to wear sunscreen
Don't store away the sunscreenRead More