When and how get ready for your summer body? Well known sentence: If you had finally reached your desired weight it is recommended to maintain it for 1 year and you should be “fine”. BUT where to get 1 year now in May if you get weeks left?! Beside, during winter we loved snuggling on sofa with red wine (glass or bottle). So how long before your newly purchased summer dresses are out is actually enough?Continue reading “Summer bodies”
While being on a mission to lose a weight, you should make sure your calories intake is lower than expenditure. I am sure that by quitting the calories you do not need to necessarily consume you will be more successful.Read mORE
Spring is always the time when we are searching for some tips how to clean our organism. Maybe you have notice that green is the colour suggesting us something is fresh & healthy and we hear praises for leafy greens like broccoli and spinach. Celery remains as under-appreciated vegetables and fails to excite the masses with its tastes.Continue reading “SPRING CLEANSING: MAGIC OF CELERY”
Two third of kids suffer from lack of Vitamin D which can cause couple of health issues and might lower kids performance. Vitamin D protects the immunity, support our kids attention at school and memory. Therefore, lack of Vitamin D might lead to decrease in their performance.Continue reading “Two Third of Kids Suffer From Lack of Vitamin D”
Digestive problems are linked to poor nutrition and lack of body movements. I feel that during autumn/winter when days are shorter we tend to skip our outdoor running or feel too tired for evening gym classes. Sunny days are gone and the colourful choice of fresh fruit and vegetable are narrowed down and as a result we prefer baked potatoes over salads. Diet and lifestyle changes can have a positive impact on your gut health. Have a look on my TOP 6 steps you can follow!
1.Eat real food
Whole fresh and home-made food is beneficial for your healthy digestion. Avoid fast-foods and other processed foods, lots of sweets or ice-creams or low-calorie drinks – those are typically high in refined salt and sugar (artificial sweeteners).