If you’ve been trying to lose weight or simply maintaining a trim waistline, the Thanksgving dinner table will definitely be a challenge. But if you follow these tips I’ll be sharing with a commitment to eat only the healthy foods in moderation, then you do not have to worry about gaining more weight than necessary.
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For prevention of flu, the nutrients we get from our food are as important as maintaining proper hygiene and getting enough sleep and exercise. That’s why we must know the kinds of food that will surely build our immune system to help our body fight diseases.
Thanksgiving day is coming soon and it won’t be complete without turkey on the table. Why not? Turkey is a rich source of nutrients such as protein, selenium, niacin, zinc, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and the amino acid tryptophan. Its skinless white meat is also an excellent high-protein, low-fat food.
Equally important to the nutrients that we’ll be getting is food safety. Our foods should be handled properly from the time they are bought until they are served to avoid poisoning or upset stomach.
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The harsh cold weather during winter can really damage your skin. If you don’t take good care of your skin, you will likely have chapped and very dry skin. But this can be avoided if you make sure that your skin is sufficiently moisturized. So you have to moisturize more often than you normally do.
Click the link for more tips on how to keep your skin soft, supple and flawless during the winter months.
If you have limited time for exercises and workouts, you can at least do a few quick movements enough to give you energy that will last for a day. We all want to be fit and move around better but not everybody has the time or willingness to work hard for it. A good alternative is to stretch every morning.
Doing these quick exercises will not only keep you energized for the day, it will also strengthen your body in the long run.
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The physical and mental burden of trying to get all things done during the holiday season – the shopping, cooking, baking, decorating, etc., causes stress. And once you try to stop bustling around, still you can’t get your body to relax.
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