A Diet Isn't Forever by Ken Bendor
... A lifestyle change means that you're changing the way you live your life through better nutrition, good exercise and healthy habits. Eating more fruits and vegetables can be a lifestyle change as well as starting to walk, run or exercise everyday. A diet simply means what we eat but in today's world means restricting your calories to lose weight. While a lifestyle change should be permanent, diets don't have to be. Ending a diet the proper way will ensure that you keep all the weight off, ...
Sixties: The Decade of Rebellion by Phil Edwards
... Because of new age conservationist movements, those people began to eat healthier: whole grains, organic foods they grew themselves, and semi-vegetarianism, vegetarianism, and vegan lifestyles. War: What Is It Good For? You can’t talk about the sixties, the decade of peace, without talking about war. Particularly, you have to look at the Vietnamese war. The US entered the country in Southeast Asia in the early 1960s at the request of the French – who subsequently abandoned the war.
Lose Weight Through Losing Toxins by Ralph Morton
... Small Steps for Your Health Changing to a healthier lifestyle can be tough. Get ideas and tips for making small steps towards a healthier lifestyle. Also, find out what the ingredients are for success. Healthy Weight Loss Reality is that losing weight in a healthy way and learning how to to keep it off for years is not easy. It takes a new way of thinking. Are you ready? Be Active! But How? Being active is a big part of living a healthy lifestyle.
How Long Will You Live? by Douglas Hanna
... Because at the end, there's a button labeled "Find out how to add years to your life." Click on this button and you go to a page with advice as to how you can change your lifestyle to live longer. For example, the suggestions the program gave me, if I followed them completely, would add about eight years to my life expectancy. Can you totally rely on this calculator? Of course not. However it can give you some idea as to your life expectancy and, just as important, what you can do to live ...
Your Way out of the Obesity Epidemic by Dave Pal
... Cars, Elevators, dishwashers, food processors, etc… have brought about a changed lifestyle where the overall energy expended is decreased. This has led to obesity. Obesity can expose you to serious health hazards • Heart disease and stroke is a leading cause of disability• Diabetes - Type 2 • Cancers of the colon, rectum, prostrate in men, uterus, gall bladder, cervix, ovary, breasts and colon in women • Sleep Apnea due to interrupted breathing during sleep • Osteoarthritis • Gall ...
Insulin Pumps - Get Better Control, Get Your Life Back! by Dan Morgan
... As pumps usually improve your blood glucose control, using a pump through pregancy and beyond is generally a good thing. Having as close to normal blood glucose levels reduces the chances of complications during pregnancy. Q What are the costs? A The initial outlay is in the order of a few thousand dollars, but prices are coming down all the time. Infusion sets need changing regularly too. The latest prices can be found from various diabetes suppliers on the web.
Insurance - Don't Let Health Care Hijack Your Retirement by Jeffery Voudrie
... Be prepared to reduce your other expenses, perhaps by lowering your lifestyle or selling your vacation home. You need to be prepared to tap your principal if necessary. Some seniors have found themselves reentering the workplace, either part time or full time to handle these expenses. Another way to manage your health care costs is to slash the costs of your prescriptions. Medicare recipients are eligible for a Medicare Approved Prescription Discount Card through the end of 2005.
Gradual Change of the Weight Watchers Diet by Luke Sanger
... which allows the dieter more points that are not based on their weight that they could use each week, but are not required to use. TurnAround This program was adopted in late 2004 and incorporates all the above plans into one big plan, and was created to help a person maintain a healthy lifestyle beyond just eating foods with points assessed to them. The program includes healthy foods of course, but also 8 Good Healthy Guidelines, activities, and support of other Weight Watcher members.