Healthy Lifestyle Tips
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It may be tempting to keep restricting your caloric intake after seeing positive results on the scale & feeling lighter but beware! Doing so for a prolonged time is more likely to result in fat gain as your metabolism adapts to a lower caloric intake. Instead, your goal should be to gradually increase caloric intake until you reach the "sweet spot" where fat loss gradually progresses as you maintain optimal energy levels & muscle mass. Hop onto the blog & read more about sustainable weight loss!
Not all calories will affect your weight loss similarly. A diet that’s high in protein, healthy fats, and complex carbohydrate sources can prevent overconsumption. The calories in these foods will remain the same. However, because the food sources of these calories are satiating, they keep you energized and full for longer— even if you consume less of them. This is key to a sustainable shredding diet for females. Hop on the blog for more common dietery myth that may be keeping you stuck!
Is your current fitness "story" keeping you from reaching your goals & enjoying the process of your fitness journey? While you can’t rewrite your past, you can certainly reset your fitness attitude with the help of the words you choose in the first place! A lot begins to transform when you revise your mental script around diet & exercise. Which swap will you be making 1st? Hop on the blog for more tips on how to reset your mindset to achieve your fitness goals this year!
Cardio fits perfectly into what health professionals call "moderate physical activity". Cardio performed regularly is extremely important in the prevention of many diseases and improved quality of life. Doing cardio for at least 150 minutes per week at moderate intensity or 75 minutes a week at high intensity helps boost mood, immune system, and sleep quality, supports a healthy weight, and even improved sexual function. Hop onto My Fit Station for a 5-day Cardio-Focused Workout Program!
Keep things simple but effective if you’re new to planning a home workout program by incorporating basic movement patterns in every session. As humans, we can perform five basic movements: Squatting, Pulling, Hinging at the hip, Pushing, and Carrying things at a distance. To encourage progression, your workouts should have a variation of each movement. Hop on My Fit Station to see how I’d design a three-day workout program with all five movement patterns for the best results.
As much as we may try to meet our women’s multivitamin & nutrition needs through our diet, it isn’t always possible. This is true even with a perfectly balanced & complete diet. For instance, chronic diseases can cause our bodies not to absorb nutrients properly. Meanwhile, extreme stress can rapidly consume & deplete the micronutrients & antioxidants in our bodies. Hop onto MFS for your ultimate checklist of essential vitamins & minerals for women’s multivitamins. Best supplements for women
Give your blended drink a serious nutrition boost with superfoods. These powerful ingredients are usually added to your sipper in small amounts since that’s all you need to get a concentrated dose of nutrition and tons of flavor. There are so many to choose from but these top 10 have some serious science-backed benefits, and they actually taste good, so they’re easy to add to all kinds of drinks.
Did you ever think that without recovery nested into your training program, you’d be sabotaging your overall fitness and health? Yes, recovery is one of those fitness tools that’s often overlooked yet crucial if you want to build a lifelong habit of exercising and hitting those personal fitness goals. Head over to MFS to find out what to look for when searching for a quality exercise program! healthy lifestyle tips | exercise program | training recovery | sustainable fitness
The healthiest oils are hands down those that are high in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, such as vegetable oil and olive oil. These types of fats can help lower your risk of heart disease when used instead of saturated fats. Find out everything you need to know about cooking with oils in the infographic created by Chef Needs on MFS! healthy cooking tips | healthy lifestyle tips | healthy oils for cooking
Calcium becomes increasingly more necessary as we age. This is because the older we get, the more bone mass and strength we lose. Take note, too, that women have a four times higher risk of developing osteoporosis than men. As such, getting enough calcium becomes even more important. HOP ONTO THE BLOG TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT YOUR DAILY CALCIUM REQUIREMENTS! Best Supplements for Women | Women’s Health & Wellness | Calcium Benefits | Osteoporosis