Regular exercise has proven benefits of releasing endorphins, which have a calming effect on the brain and in your body. After exercising, many of the small things that drive you crazy can have little or no impact on you. And even the truly big things can be a little easier to deal with.
Everyone can beneFIT from a little extra stretching, rolling and relaxation here is why:
- Reduce your risk of injury
- Decrease muscle soreness after exercise
- Improve your posture and your confidence
- Reduce the risk of lower back pain
- Increase blood flow and nutrients to tissues
- Increase muscle coordination
- Enhance your enjoyment by relaxing the mind and body!
Bottom Line: Simply Stretch!
Get rid of them with fennel tea! Drink fennel tea after dinner to help ward off those nightly cravings. By not bingeing on unhealthy foods late at night, you will also prevent thoserebound breakfast calories too. Its a win win!
How it works?
Fennel tea helps relax the muscles of the digestive system and relieve spasms. It is even gentle enough to give to children. It also has many important minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium.
Davids teas and other suppliers sell fennel tea. Try it today!
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If you experience heartburn, try drinking a cup of milk or eating a banana.
These foods will help neutralize the pain-causing acid. No need to reach for the drug store antacid!
Whats even better is reaching for some alkaline leafy greens like spinach and making sure to drink plenty of water!
Hemp seeds are loaded with digestible, vegan protein: Just two tablespoons have 24% of your daily requirement (impressive, huh?). It’s a high-quality protein, too, with a balance of all the essential amino acids. They’re also loaded with fiber (yay, digestion!) and packed with other nutrients, such as omega-3 and omega-6, vitamin e, the b vitamins and folic acid.
Flax is rich in fiber (aids digestion and cardiovascular health) and omega-3 fatty acid (provides anti-inflammatory benefits, strengthens skin cells and is also great for cardiovascular health).
Contains 25% of your daily-recommended calcium. Omega 3, chia’s fiber, forms a gel that slows the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream, binds it to toxins in the digestive system, and helps eliminate waste. Due to this high fiber content, chia seed absorbs ten times its weight in water, making it an excellent source of hydration. This also means a slower conversion of carbohydrates to sugars, resulting in greater stamina and endurance.
I found this cookie recipe and I just had to share it! It is made from chickpeas and protein powder!
double rich chocolate protein cookies
gluten free, no sugar added
makes 12 golf ball size cookies
1 can chickpeas, rinsed and peeled
2-3 tablespoons water
1/3 cup + 1 tablespoon protein powder
3/4 cup chocolate chunks
In food processor or blender, puree chickpeas. Add water and protein powder, blend. It should form a ball of dough, if it is still crumbly, add a tiny amount of water, a teaspoon at a time. Process – it should quickly form a dough ball.
Stirring by hand, add chocolate chunks. Form into 1-inch balls. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes.