Friday, September 28, 2012

Don't Be A Slave To Your Body Fat

Would you like to finally be in control of your body fat level? Yes? Then read this lesson very carefully. The formula is revealed herein.
As one of the most important elements of the human body, water makes up approximately 70 percent of our muscles, and about 75 percent of our brain, playing a vital role in the proper functioning of the body, and making it an essential part of a healthy diet.
Drinking water also forces fat to be used as fuel, making it one of the main keys to success in shedding any extra pounds. And, without adequate water, kidneys are unable to function properly - prompting the liver to pick up the slack. This causes additional problems for dieters because the liver cannot properly metabolize stored fat as energy, resulting in more fat being stored in the body.
Furthermore, water effectively suppresses appetites, aids in proper digestion, and acts as one of the vehicles for circulating nutrients and oxygen through the body, as well as assisting the body in eliminating waste. Water lubricates joints, protects organs, helps maintain a normal body temperature, and is absolutely
Necessary for exercise, and even day-to-day performance.
With this in mind, it's easy to understand why drinking enough water - a minimum of TEN, 8-ounce glasses a day, every day - is perhaps the single most important step in determining diet and fitness success. (((a more detailed formula for determining the exact amount of water your particular body needs each and every day to function at it's best can be found on page 63 of Maximize Your Metabolism - get it now at:
However, because the average body loses 8 to 12 cups of water a day, this can be a challenge. Start by trying to drink 10 glasses each day, and work up to one full gallon per day.
Sound tough? Don't get discouraged. With the following suggestions, you'll find drinking enough water is not hard, and will be well worth the initial effort by quickly bringing into your life all the positive changes you're looking for including fat loss, healthier skin/hair and nails, increased energy and alertness, and far more.
Start tomorrow by drinking a glass of water when you wake up. For a nice morning pick me up you might even add a few tablespoons of lemon juice and a small pinch of cayenne pepper to your first glass. Then prepare a large water bottle to take with you on your drive to work or to school. You can even try putting the bottle in the freezer the night before, and filling it with water right
before you leave to start your day. This keeps the water cooler longer, and ensures it will be a good drinking temperature during your morning commute.
Drink a glass of water in between every meal, and a glass in the evening, but not to close to bedtime. Take a filled water bottle with you wherever you go. This makes getting the water you need easy, and ensures you will look better (and feel better). At work, keep your water bottle filled and with you at your desk. Reach for it instead of unnecessary, high-sugar, high-fat snacks. Sip on it
all day, adding ice cubes and additional water as needed.
Next, change from caffeinated coffee, tea and soda to decaffeinated alternatives. Caffeine depletes your water supply, and can make it difficult for your body to get all the water it needs. For every caffeinated beverage you drink, drink an additional glass of water.
This small step can make a big difference.
Keep in mind that exercise, hot weather, low humidity, altitude, a high-fiber diet, and consumption of caffeine and alcoholic beverages all increase your daily water loss. During these times, take extra steps to ensure you offset the increased water loss with increased water consumption.

Friday, September 21, 2012

New Ionic Dental Technology from Japan Amazes Dentists

Light years ahead of any toothbrush or whitening product you have used to this day, brushing your teeth with Soladey-2 is cheaper, healthier, and clinically proven to be far more effective, even whitening your teeth as you brush! The most advanced Japanese technology for your teeth, now available in North America.
Soladey-2 is a revolutionary patented Ionic Toothbrush that cleanses and whitens your teeth without the use of toothpaste or floss. Proven to remove coffee, tobacco and other hard to remove stains from your teeth, this technology has been used in Japan for nearly 10 years. Basic in its design, Soladey-2 is clinically proven to remove more plaque than any regular or electric toothbrush. The bristles and head are designed to be small enough to reach your back molars, with enough room to brush effectively while still keeping light on the patented titanium rod, which makes it work.
The difference is that your normal or electric toothbrush only removes plaque as the bristles move over your teeth, which misses a lot. With soladey-2, the bristles do not even need to touch the plaque on your teeth. Plaque is disintegrated on a molecular level, which reaches even between your teeth as you brush, eliminating the need for flossing, and leaving you with a fresh clean mouth. Once plaque has been eliminated from your mouth, cavities are reduced, gingivitis goes away, and your teeth steadily get whiter and brighter. Bold claims to be sure, we could talk all day about this incredible technology, but the only opinion that really counts is your own...try it and experience for yourself the amazingly clean feeling you you just came from the dentist every time you use it!
Soladey-2 is a new and more effective approach to dental hygiene, which has a patented technology and design, clinically proven to eliminate plaque more effectively than a regular or electric toothbrush. This cost effective, environmentally friendly, non-toxic toothbrush uses an Ionic process to remove plaque and bacteria from teeth and gums on a molecular level, eliminating the threat of gingivitis from your mouth, leaving your breath fresh and invigorated. Testimonials from users report that their gums have stopped bleeding, and their teeth are no longer as sensitive as they were before using the product. Eliminating toothpaste eliminates the need for harmful chemicals introduced to your body via the quickest route to your bloodstream...your mouth.
How many people do you know run the water faucet while they brush? How many liters of clean drinking water do you think are wasted every day? Soladey-2 eliminates the need to be near your faucet, or even the need to be at home to brush, which is why so many kids, and busy people on the go, enjoy using it. The bottom line is that it You feel the Ionic process gently tingle in your mouth.
"The first few times I used Soladey-2, I had chunks of plaque come loose in my mouth from areas which no toothbrush could reach...that is what sold me. I hate to admit that for obvious reasons, but that is what happened when I first started using that Ionic toothbrush." reports Erik Powers.
The results that people report back to us state that even people with dental disorders and sensitive teeth will be happy using Soladey-2. People have reported that their receding gums have stopped and began to heal, that their teeth no longer bleed, that they can eat ice cream and drink tea again without having that stabbing pain shoot into their skull. Results will vary with every consumer as a result of their dental habits, but at least you can be confident that you are eliminating chemicals from your daily habits. If you think this is overboard, call your toothpaste company and tell them that your child just swallowed an undetermined amount of their toothpaste and see how fast they tell you to contact poison control.
We urge everyone to get educated in regards to your personal and your family's dental health. As a father, knowing what I know about Fluoride and toothpaste has given me cause to question our governing bodies like the FDA, the CDA and the ADA, who have set the standards for consumer products in North America, which we have been using for years. How is it that we are still able to purchase toothpaste with Fluoride, and why on Earth are they still putting this chemical into the water supply in some areas of the USA? These questions have been addressed in a very good book called "The Fluoride Deception" by prominent journalist, Christopher Bryson. Be prepared to be surprised and shocked at the clinical research presented.
As a small company, we apologize for not having the budget to advertise and make this new technology available faster to consumers. We hope that your choice is an educated choice, and that you have learned some important information about the most important daily health care habits...brushing your teeth!

Friday, September 14, 2012

Fitness For Busy Corporates

Corporate fitness Training
Companies of all shapes and sizes are striving to make physical fitness part of their employees' lives. Aside from the proven health benefits of exercise, physically fit employees can also handle physical work tasks better, deal with stressful situations more easily and tend to be less susceptible to illness and injuries. Companies are discovering the positive benefits of providing workplace fitness programs. They're realizing that huge funds being spent on employees' medical health problems can be drastically cut by proactively investing in appropriately designed corporate fitness programs. Statistics show that companies with corporate fitness programs enjoy: Reduced Health Care Costs, Increased Productivity, Reduced Absenteeism, decreased recruitment and retraining costs, improved employee concentration, mental alertness and creativity, improved physical and emotional health, leading to better employee morale. The benefit from the employee's standpoint is improved health and energy levels, decreased body fat, and a more youthful, fit body
Recent studies show that increased exercise is a great way for employees to unwind from the pressure and stresses of everyday work. They are able to quit smoking easily. They drink less & are more patient with their colleagues & clients. As a result, productivity and motivation also increases, making businesses more profitable and less stressful. Companies are now starting to warm to this idea, either setting up corporate fitness memberships to the local gym, or better still setting up, tennis or squash court and gyms within their offices. Great, except for the fact that to get the best benefits sometimes requires a little extra help from trainers. Having a corporate personal trainer on hand for offices could maximize company's investment in that employee.
The elements of fun, acceptance, belonging, motivation, encouragement and reinforcement are attempted to institute within a corporate wellness program. Employees are treated as individuals, with their own needs and goals. The trainer notes their personal and family health history, physical limitations, expectations and fitness goals. Their fitness level is evaluated. For employees with less physical jobs, it's ideal to measure cardio respiratory endurance, body composition and flexibility. For employees with more physically demanding jobs, measure of muscle strength and endurance is taken. A person with sedentary job might have nagging back problems. Carpel tunnel syndrome, amongst person working on a computer most of the time is not unheard of. Incorrect posture in any job situation also needs to be rectified. Hunching shoulders, stooping back, poor eyesight can all be taken care of by proper counseling. Utilizing the information from the initial consultation and fitness evaluation, an Individual Exercise Prescription (IEP) for each participating employee is created. Exercise sessions include:
· Warm-up activities
· Aerobic conditioning
· Toning
· Strength training
· Flexibility exercises
Some other formats of fitness regimes followed by these corporate are: yoga, kickboxing, low impact, interval training, body sculpt, Pilates, tai chi, Latin dance, ' Lunch & Learn' seminars, ergonomic assessments and recommendations for the workplace, 'Corporate Wellness Fairs' , weight loss and nutrition program. For a very busy corporate, who is always on the move, an expert can design a thorough workout plan of just thirty minute capsule, which can take care of all his problems and still do justice to his fitness levels. Training sessions teach safe, effective exercise techniques and educate employees on training intensity, frequency and progression to maximize results and reduce injuries.
The employer receives detailed reports on employee group's participation rates and fitness results. The employees receive reports on their initial fitness level and subsequent improvement as determined by ongoing fitness evaluations.
The idea of corporate fitness is not just a fashionable fad; rather companies with international standards find it mandatory to prove the health & fitness of their employees. People are soon realizing that a fit body does not mean necessarily a thin body. Healthy mind in a healthy body is soon becoming the order of the day & we should all welcome this positive change in the general mindset of the masses.
With the increase in work related stress, companies are incorporating gyms in their premises.· Corporate gyms help the employees to be physically fitter & mentally alert.· It helps to increase productivity & reduce medical costs.· It creates bonding amongst the employees who workout together in less formal surroundings.· It is a good idea to hire a qualified corporate fitness trainer & seek positive results minus the injuries.
1. Speedo –aqua aerobics, Taekwonaqua and aqua aerobics for kids. 2. Reebok- Aerobics, Step aerobics, Conditioning, strength, flexibility & Core Pilates. 3. Idea- member of Idea fitness in California for personal training. 4. IFA (International Fitness Association) - Orlando, Florida- Personal Trainer, Kickboxing, Step & Aerobics 5. Resolutions of Reebok 6. Experienced in all kinds of exercise equipment: Thera Band, tubing, stability trainer, flex bar, Swiss ball, medicine ball, Rebounder, free weights, Ramp, Bosu 7. Also do Masala bhangra aerobics and dandiya aerobics. 8. Learnt Chi Kung & Zhan Zhuang and Tai Chi in Singapore 9. Learnt basics of yoga from Sivananda . 10. Shiatsu from Japan 11. CPR certified

Friday, September 7, 2012

Survive the Holidays

Can you believe it's December already? Regardless of which holidays you celebrate, if you live in America, your life at this time of year is bound to be filled with activities, stress, and food. Here is my annual compilation of tips to help you survive the last month of the year in better shape than usual. Pick your favorites and don't forget to feed every part of yourself during the holidays - mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical.
It will be harder to take care of others if you are not taking care of yourself. As much as possible, maintain your regular sleep, exercise, and eating patterns. This is not the time to go on a diet or make drastic changes to your lifestyle. It is also not a good time to be sleep deprived. Don't skip meals, even if you have a big one coming up soon. It is so helpful to eat on time so that you're not starving when you are surrounded by food. That makes it easier to stay calm and listen to your body, so you can eat when you're hungry, stop when you're full, rest when you're tired, and relax when you're stressed.
Recognize your limits and practice saying no. This includes when people offer you food. Never overeat because of pressure from others. If you eat more than usual at a holiday meal or party, remind yourself that overeating occasionally does not cause instant weight gain, and that your body knows what to do with that food. It is normal to eat more than usual during the holidays, and it really is okay. In all likelihood you will return to your normal eating habits the next day, and your body weight will, too. Think of activities the whole family can do instead of sitting around eating.
Be flexible about your expectations -- almost nothing can turn out exactly as planned, so hoping for it will only lead to disappointment. Plan ahead how you will cope with difficult family members or situations by preparing your responses and picking a "safe spot" you can escape to if gatherings become stressful.
Try not to count calories or weigh yourself if either of these adds to your stress. If the thought of not weighing worries you, find a friend who will weigh you backward and reassure you as long as you are within a 5 pound range. This way you will know you are within your usual weight range without panicking over a 1 or 2 pound gain that could easily be due to water retention after a big meal.
Get as organized as possible so you don't have to duplicate effort. Write shopping lists and errand lists and organize them by geography. Don't schedule so many activities that you become exhausted. List all the parties to which you are invited, all your errands, etc. Prioritize, then cross off those that are honestly not necessary or that will only add to your stress. Determine what you enjoy most during the holidays and schedule time for it. Determine what you enjoy least and cross it off your list! If you are really honest with yourself, you may realize most of your time is scheduled to make others happy. A little selfishness goes a long way this time of year toward making you happy.
Find a prayer, affirmation, or saying that is meaningful to you, and carry it in your wallet or purse. Turn to it for comfort or a reality check when stress gets high. Try to look "on the bright side" whenever you can; laugh as much as possible, even (especially!) at your own mistakes. If you feel like you're the only one who gets crabby at this time of year, make a pact with a friend or loved one to just vent to each other for 5 or 10 minutes each day.
Finally, find time to be spiritual and make this time of year meaningful in your own way, whether it is through religion, faith, meditation, giving thanks, art or your own expression of yourself. Taking care of your body, mind, and spirit is the best way to survive the holidays without sacrificing your health.