We are in the middle of a pandemic and the situation that surrounds us overwhelms us every day. We live in stress, anxiety, uncertainty; situations that are uncomfortable in our day to day. In these situations, mindfulness or mindfulness can be of great help. Continue reading “Mindfulness to Cope With Depression”
The number of stomach reductions is likely to continue to rise in the coming years. Every second man in Germany is overweight, i.e. has a BMI of more than 25, around one in five is obese or obese. The values are slightly lower for women. More and more children and adolescents are also affected by overweight and obesity. According to studies, the life expectancy of those affected can be reduced by up to ten years.
With pathological obesity and a body mass index over 40, it is often difficult for those affected to lose weight. Continue reading “When a Stomach Reduction Can Help”
Workout for children: how to train your children at home. The pandemic has closed us again at home and it is difficult to better manage one’s children. It is not at all easy for them to give up going out to do outdoor activities or to practice the sport they love most. That’s why we thought of a healthy alternative to hours and hours in front of TV and video games.
These are fun and easy-to-follow workouts designed specifically to get the little ones to do some movement.
How much physical activity is needed for children and teens?
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the daily physical activity levels for the different age groups are as follows: Continue reading “Workout for children: how to train your children at home”
How to choose the smartwatch for the workout? When it comes to fitness accessories, remember that some are more important than others. In fact, they are closely linked to our performance and allow us to always remain connected to the apps that we consider essential and performing.
The versions and models of smartwatches for the workout, real travel companions by now indispensable, are many: this is why the moment of choice can be extremely complex in some cases. Continue reading “How to Choose the Smartwatch for the Workout”
Soups still have a strange image. Maybe because that was something you (used to) got when you were sick. So some of us associate bad childhood memories with soup.
In some cases, soups are still not considered a particularly high quality meal. Poor people’s food. Recycling. There are now soup restaurants and the picture has changed. Not only creative compositions from distant countries make soups colorless and boring anymore. Continue reading “Eat more soup! The health benefits of soup”
If you want to have a flat stomach, you should not only do sit-ups, but also know our nutrition tips. This is how it works with the defined body center. Regardless of the theory, it is not rocket science to program the body lean. With a few practical tips for everyday life, you can align your diet to the flat stomach.
It’s less about consuming cooking than smart planning and shopping. We tell you the 8 best nutrition tips for a slim stomach and a tight waist Continue reading “How to get a Flat Stomach”
Even the thinnest model and the most trained athlete have body fat. However, the proportion of the total weight is hardly more than 10 percent. In the average man, the body fat percentage should be around 15-20 percent. Women are naturally better padded, 25-30 percent body fat is considered normal. The healthy percentage of body fat therefore depends on gender, but also on age. The tolerance range for fat content increases with age. However, if it is above that, it is time to reduce body fat.
Step 1: Find out your body fat percentage
If you want to lose body fat in a targeted manner, you first need to know what the percentage is. Body weight or the BMI alone do not reveal the fat percentage. Even slim people can have a relatively large amount of body fat. Continue reading “Reduce Body Fat: How Much Body Fat Is Normal?”
Sore muscles do not always have to have something to do with sport, everyday life can be over straining. We reveal 5 tips against nasty muscle pain.
That you get sore muscles from sport is nothing new. But everyday life also harbors a lot of danger of being hit by nasty, long-lasting pain. But where does the pain in the muscles come from? And how can you get rid of it quickly and with as little pain as possible? We explain everything about sore muscles and give 5 tips to relieve it.
Tips against sore muscles: what is it anyway? Continue reading “5 tips for sore muscles: what to do if it hurts?”
Visceral fat refers to the fat around the visceral area around the belly. Because it is fat that accumulates in the abdominal muscle inside the so-called abdominal cavity, it does not change much in appearance, but it is often found by CT scan of the abdomen.
Causes of visceral fat include lack of exercise, a diet centered on high-calorie ingredients, and overeating and drinking. Visceral fat is easier to burn than subcutaneous fat, so men who have a lot of activity and need a lot of energy tend to get more easily than women.
Difference between subcutaneous fat and visceral fat | which burns first? Although we know that subcutaneous fat and visceral fat have different properties, we do not fully understand the difference. Continue reading “What is Visceral Fat?”
One of the most common problems during pregnancy is lactose intolerance. Lactose in milk or buffalo milk can be difficult to digest, causing vomiting, loose stool, and abdominal distension. It is a wise decision to avoid drinking milk, but the idea of not drinking morning coffee offends us! The best alternative – almond milk. Badam milk made from dipped skinned almonds is nutritious and easy to use in food preparation. Drinking almond milk during pregnancy benefits both mothers and babies by providing all the important vitamins and minerals needed at that stage. Read on for more amazing facts about almond milk. Continue reading “Main Health Benefits of Almonds during Pregnancy”