Some small changes in your lifestyle can mean a lot when it comes to health.
Reduce fat by 10%
Use canola oil for cooking. It is a good source of mono and polyunsaturated fats, good for the heart. It has the lowest saturated fat content of all oils and ten times more omega 3 than olive oil.
You cannot resist fried menu? Be sure to dab it with paper towels. In this way, you can eliminate about 8-10% of fat from the sausage or fried burgers. Wash the prepared meat for lasagna or pasta with boiling water, to get rid of excess fat.
Lower cholesterol by 10%
Take a handful of pistachio twice a day if you want a healthy snack. Pistachios lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease, according to a recent study. A 11.6% decrease in LDL (bad cholesterol) was found in people who ate two servings of pistachios a day for several weeks.
Happy people make healthier decisions, and also positive emotions lead to faster recovery after periods of illness and a help for strong immune system. On the other hand, unhappy people spend 20% more time on television than those who are satisfied with their life. Read a good book – reading is related to happiness. Get out for a walk and in the city, happiest people care for their friends and family.
Be 10% stronger
As the muscular system is stronger, the more you will lose excess fat, and you will burn fat faster in the future. You can train your muscles rapidly by doing alternating exercises for the upper with the lower body such as push-ups followed by squats in strenuous exercise for 20 seconds, followed by 10 seconds of rest.
Increase immunity by 10%
Moderate exercises (walking, cycling or swimming for 45 minutes five times a week) increases the body’s defense power and reduces by 50% the number of illness. Researchers found that women after menopause that exercising 30-40 minutes a day are healthier. Furthermore, they are three times less likely to be exposed to seasonal cold and flu.
Increase your power of concentration by 10%
A glass of blackcurrant smoothie can raise your ability to concentrate. Blueberries are rich in flavonoids that activate circulation to the brain. Mix a handful of blueberries and strawberries, raspberries or blackberries (fresh or frozen), with a glass of milk or yogurt, if you want an energy drink. Or put the mixture in the freezer and eat it like ice cream.
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