We all know that when it comes to weight loss, we are our enemy. All day we eat by the rules and obey them until the night comes and our organism seems to go crazy. All day long pain fell into the water when we decided to eat sugar in the evening.
Judging by weather forecasts summer seems miles away but a long-term forecasts announce a long summer sun-swept. What do you need to know about preparing your skin and body for the coming summer and the sea?
Green tea is a real source of health, and if you want to throw coffee out of everyday use it is best to replace it with this tea. A green tea cup every day keeps you healthy, stimulates weight loss and protects your health.
Pumpkin seeds are flat, dark green seeds in a gently yellowish-white shell. There are still goblins, under which name are often found in our supermarkets. They can be purchased peeled or in the shell, and unsalted and salted. For medical purposes, it has been used for thousands of years. A rich source of magnesium, calcium, potassium, iron, zinc and vitamin K is an excellent choice for snacking because they are rich in omega 3 fatty acids that the body requires to maintain heart health and regulating blood pressure. A handful of pumpkin seeds meet half the daily needs of the average person for amino acids. Why should you eat pumpkin seeds, read below.
What is “Fartlek Training”? Fartlek is a Swedish word and could be translated as a “speed game”. This is the name for interval training involving changes in intensive physical activity and active recovery periods. Fartlek training combines interim training and continuous running. Activities allow the runner to run the distance that fits at the speed that suits him, provided the intensity of effort changes at the right and specified intervals. What’s most important is to keep the good running form during the fartile, both fast and slow shares.