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Health Universe Blog Team
Jan 22, 2022
In Wellness Forum
Hi everyone! Welcome to my health and fitness blog where we will be talking about all things health and fitness and enabling you on how to adopt a healthier lifestyle and get into the best shape of your life. I get a lot of questions on my Facebook and Instagram page around fitness, so I hope to be able to provide more valuable information on this blog around holistic fitness and our physical and mental well being – The ideal workouts we should be doing; The wholesome foods that we must eat and nutrition help; Weight loss / fat loss suggestions; Tips on getting lean and toned; Healthy and tasty food recipes (yes keto is included!!) and Motivation! Check out my Forum for posting your articles. You can use the search bar if you’re looking for something specific. Also, all of my posts are posted on Facebook :) If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me on social media or comment below and I will try to answer them for you. Also, if you have any suggestions/requests for a blog post, I’m all ears! I want to post about topics that you would like to read about! Finally, I would like to thank all of you for the love and support you have shown me through social media and my blog. You are all amazing and I appreciate it more than you know!
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Health Universe Blog Team
Jan 22, 2022
In Diet
Keep Calorie Deficit in Medium You cannot ignore or copy calories. But that also does not mean that you should go down as much as you can. Use a calorie calculator to put yourself in a position to lose weight — usually no more than 300 calories — in order to lose weight. Aim to lose 0.5-1.0 pounds per week, no more. Keep it slow to keep track of your profits! Watch Your Carbohydrates No, I did not say "beware of carbs." But if you want to build and burn at the same time, I would not advise you to eat carbs when you do not need them! The best times to give yourself large amounts of carbohydrates are before and after exercising. This is where they can energize your gym and get burned. The rest of the time, limit yourself to 25-35 grams of other foods, and make them high in fiber, vegetable-based carbohydrates. Do Not Eat Large amounts of Fat and Carbs Together This is somewhat controversial in the sports diet, but there is evidence that combining carbs and fats in large quantities creates an insulin response that keeps your calories in body fat — and you may long for the same combo as a drug later. Also, it does not mean that you should not eat macronutrients, do not eat them together in large quantities regularly. A few grams of healthy fats with complex carbs are just right. Eat Protein Before Bedtime Athletes need more protein than non-athletes. People who diet need more protein than people who do not. I won't give you a number — that's what the calculators are for you. Suffice it to say, many people in this condition end up feeling like they are chasing protein all day long. This is where it helps to use that old body builder tradition of having casein protein before bed. The science in this process is solid. It improves muscle and strength gains, but also improves exercise recovery. And as pointed out in a study by female athletes, extra protein is not stored as fat. It is close to free calories (and free benefits) the way you can get it.
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Health Universe Blog Team
Jan 22, 2022
In Diet
Berries. It is high in fiber, berries are naturally sweet, and its rich colors mean high levels of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. How to add them: If the berries are not available during the season, it is the same health to buy them frozen. Add in yoghurt, cereals, and smoothies, or eat plain to get a snack. Fish. Fish can be a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which help prevent heart disease. How to put it: Buy fresh, frozen, or canned fish. Fish with high omega-3 content are salmon, tuna steaks, mackerel, herring, trout, anchovies, and sardines. Leafy vegetables. Dark, leafy vegetables are a good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and calcium, as well as a number of phytochemicals (plant-based chemicals that have a positive effect on your health). They can also add fiber to the diet. How to make them: Try different varieties such as spinach, swiss chard, kale, collard greens, or mustard greens. Toss them in salads or dip them in a little olive oil. You can also add vegetables to soups and dishes. Nuts. Hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds, pecans - nuts are a good source of plant protein. They also contain monounsaturated fats, which may be a factor in reducing the risk of heart disease. How to add them: Add a handful of oatmeal or yoghurt or eat it as a meal. But remember that they are high in caloric, so limit yourself to a few. Try different types of peanuts like peanut (extra legume), almond, or cashew. Peanuts also go well with cooked vegetables or salads. Olive oil. Olive oil is a good source of vitamin E, polyphenols, and monounsaturated fatty acids, all of which help reduce the risk of heart disease. How to add it: Serve instead of butter or margarine in pasta or rice bowls. Grease over vegetables, use as a dressing, or when sautéing. Whole grains. A good source of soluble and insoluble fiber, whole grains contain several B vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. They have been shown to lower cholesterol and protect against heart disease and diabetes. How to add them: Try having a bowl of oatmeal for breakfast. Replace bulgur, quinoa, wheat berries, or brown rice with your regular baked potatoes. When you buy bread in a store, look to see that the first ingredient is "100% whole wheat flour." Yogurt. A good source of calcium and protein, yoghurt also contains living organisms called probiotics. These "good germs" can protect the body from some of the most dangerous germs. How to combine it: Try eating more yoghurt, but beware of fruitful or spicy yoghurt, which contains a lot of extra sugar. Buy empty yoghurt and add your own fruit. Look for "functional" yogurt yoghurt such as Lactobacillus, L. acidophilus, L. bulgaricus, and S. thermophilus. You can use yogurt instead of mayonnaise or sour cream in dips or sauces. Cruciferous vegetables. These include broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, kohlrabi, mustard greens, radishes, and turnips. They are an excellent source of fiber, vitamins, and phytochemicals, including indoles, thiocyanates, and nitriles, that can prevent certain types of cancer. How to add them: Steam or fry, add healthy oils and herbs and spices for flavor. Try adding a medley of frozen cruciferous vegetables to soups, casseroles, and bowls of pasta. Vegetables. This broad category includes kidney, black, red, and garbanzo beans, as well as soy and pea beans. Legumes are an excellent source of fiber, folate, and plant-based proteins. Studies show that they can help reduce the risk of heart disease. How to make them: Add to salads, soups, and casseroles. Make bean-based peppers or beans like hummus. Tomatoes. These contain high levels of vitamin C and lycopene, which have been shown to reduce the risk of prostate cancer. How to add them: Try tomatoes in a salad or as a tomato sauce over your pasta. You can also add them to stew, soup, or pepper. Lycopene is widely available for your body to use when tomatoes are processed and burned in healthy fats such as olive oil.
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Health Universe Blog Team
Jan 22, 2022
In Fitness
1. Walking: Walking or brisk walking is are good beginner exercises, as can be done anywhere, do not require equipment, and puts less stress on your joints. Try to combine multiple kinds of different paced walks in your daily activities. 2. Running or jogging: Running and running there are good weight loss exercises that are easy to put in between you weekly schedule. They can also help burn fat in the stomach, which is linked to many chronic diseases. 3. Cycling: Cycling is good for people of all strength levels and can be done without a bike or in the house on a motionless bicycle. Linked to various health benefits, which includes increased insulin sensitivity and reduced risk of certain chronic diseases diseases. 4. Weight training: Weight training helps you lose weight by burning calories during and after your workout. It is possible and helps you build muscle mass, which raises your resting rate of digestion - the the amount of calories your body burns at rest. 5. HIIT: High-Intensity Interval Training is an effective weight loss method that can be used for many types of exercises, which include running, jumping, cycling, and more. Including this micro- interval training in your routine can help you burn more calories in less time.
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