Ever get confused about low fat or high fat diets?
Saturated fats raise the LDL which narrows the arteries and eventually leads to chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease. (Betterhealth.vic.gov.au)
Replace saturated fats with Monosaturated and polyunsaturated fats that include wild fish, salmon, chicken, beef, eggs, nuts, plant oils, avocado, flaxseed and chia seed to name a few.
Benefits of healthy fats include assistance with weight loss blood pressure, improvement of triglycerides, reduction in inflammation, foetal brain development, learning and memory, contributes in alleviating depression and improving mood disorders. Healthy fats also play a role in bone metabolism by inhibiting osteoclasts formation and increasing the formation of osteoblasts.
(Gomez-Pinilla F 2008. Brain foods: the effect of nutrients on brain function) (Orchard TS 2012. Systematic review of omega 3, fatty acids and osteoporosis. Br J Nutr 107).
This blog post recommends 8 easy exercises women can do at home to improve their fitness. Home workouts provide a flexible alternative to going to the gym, saving time and money while offering privacy. The exercises can work for women of all ages and body types. The post focuses on exercises that require no equipment, just using one's bodyweight.
This blog post addresses common issues women have with workout clothing like activewear. By focusing on functionality and style, you can enjoy fitness comfortably and transition to daily life.
Are you a woman and having trouble figuring out what workout clothing to buy? Don't worry, you're not alone. With so many different options out there, it's important to be a savvy shopper and choose activewear that looks good and functions well. By tackling these common issues head on, you can not only enjoy your workouts with greater comfort, but also transition from the gym to your daily activities without skipping a beat.