Great for all your upper body and core muscles. In between your five-minute stretches of walking or running in place on your step deck. A simple, cheap and tiny object that lets you exercise aerobically in a few square feet. C'mon, sweat a little.
Your place. A nice 30-minute jog in 3 square feet. Actual aerobic exercise. You get your heart rate up. You breathe hard. You sweat. You burn calories. You improve your cardiorespiratory fitness. Look ma, no treadmill. Step on it.
Your place. A brisk 30-minute walk in 3 square feet. Actual aerobic exercise. You get your heart rate up. You breathe hard. You sweat. You burn calories. You don't need tights or leg warmers. Step on it.
The Aerobics Math: How many miles plus how much exercise time subtracts how much belly fat? It's not rocket science, but I think it'll help you make sense of making an aerobic exercise schedule that works for you.
If you spend a good amount of time in or near green environments, you're probably healthier than someone who doesn't. If you spend time near water, you're probably happier than someone who doesn't. Here's why.
June 4, 2017. You know that old saying, you can't see the forest for the trees? Well I've been in the trees for an hour now and I have no idea how I got here.
In Mexico. Back in the 5th century, this was quite the place to live. And eat. And climb pyramids. I've been making some great dishes that come from this time and place. The culture that gave us one of the original and tastiest low Glycemic Load diets. Happy Cinco de Mayo!
Eyes wide open. Press Play. Get some practice. Next thing you know, you'll need your sunglasses. Happy Sunday.
80 recipes based on traditional healthy cuisines around the globe. They all have two things in common: no highly processed foods and very low daily glycemic loads. Like this Moroccan chicken pie that delivers everything your mouth wants.
You could eat these every day. Not just because they're luscious. Because they provide complete nutrition. A lot of Vitamins B and C. Many minerals. Protein. Carbohydrates. Add a little milk for your vitamin A and a little dietary fat. You're good to go.