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  • 5 Things I Learned After Not Eating Meat For Two Weeks

    5 Things I Learned After Not Eating Meat For Two Weeks

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 2 semanas

    Not eating meat is not the same as being vegetarian, it doesn’t help you to lose weight and is not equal to eating healthy

    TIJUANA.- This is the third time I try to be a vegetarian, and not for being hip or being part of the cool kids, and not just to care for animal life (which I respect). Truth be told, every time I stop eating meat I simply do it to see how long I can go without it. It’s a challenge and challenges can become interesting when you’re bored. First of all, this is a lifestyle that is intended...

  • The 4 Key s To Getting or Keeping That Great Figure or Physique

    The 4 Key's To Getting or Keeping That Great Figure or Physique

    Por: Elaine Albright/Zeal For Life   |   Hace 1 mes

    Here are some points to be noted in keeping or acquiring the Knock Out Figure or Physique.

    First off, an abundance of Vegetables, and a balance of Protein and Carbohydrates (Fruits and other carbohydrates of which some are better for weight loss than others. Monitoring which kinds of carbohydrates is important). Vegetables are great for helping take off those unwanted pounds and keeping them off because they are filling and packed with vitamins. They also supply you with energy to...

  • No AC? No Problem! Say Goodbye To The Heat While You Sleep!

    No AC? No Problem! Say Goodbye To The Heat While You Sleep!

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 1 mes

    Given the weather situations, here are some few tips

    WORLD.- Social media has been flooded with jokes due to weather changes in Tijuana and parts of San Diego. It's hot 24/7. Even if its raining, many of us suffer the consequences of high temperatures. Especially at night! Sheets stick to our bodies because we're all sweaty and is hard for us to fall asleep given that we aren't comfortable. So, what can we do if we don't have an air...

  • Smoking Could Drive You Crazy

    Smoking Could Drive You Crazy

    Por: Jessica Romero   |   Hace 1 mes

    A relationship between smoking and the brain has been revealed

    For obvious reasons, smoking can easily be linked to respiratory ailments, however, it has been discovered that tobacco has even bigger repercussions. Researchers from King College in London have detected that smoking can cause schizophrenia, given that nicotine can affect the brain. It was known that those who suffer from psychosis use cigarettes to calm the voices inside their head as...

  • 10 Tips For Avoiding Weight Loss Mistakes Most People Do!

    10 Tips For Avoiding Weight Loss Mistakes Most People Do!

    Por: Elaine Albright/Zeal For Life   |   Hace 1 mes

    Most don't recognize the errors they have made in dieting

    Losing those unwanted pounds can be a success story by following this formula that sounds simple. The formula is that you must be more active to burn those calories you have eaten in order to shed your excess fat. Stands to reason, doesn't it? However, if you have ever actually tried to slim down by reducing calories and increasing your exercise, you probably found that it is a more...

  • Is Mobile Technology Killing Your Memory?

    Is Mobile Technology Killing Your Memory?

    Por: Daniel Dehesa/Qore.com   |   Hace 1 mes

    Our web dependency could leave is with irreparable digital amnesia

    We don't want to alarm you- well, maybe a little-, but your ability to memorize things is slowly being destroyed while you enjoy the increasing benefits of Internet 24/7. Don't believe us? Think of this: When was the last time you learned by heart 2 phone numbers? Do you know the password for each and every one of your accounts? Are you able to remember your friends and family's birthdays? If...

  • TEST: How Good Is Your Eyesight? A GIF Tells You

    TEST: How Good Is Your Eyesight? A GIF Tells You

    Por: Dulce Martínez del Cañizo   |   Hace 2 meses

    Think you might need glasses? Check it out

    Technology is awesome, and according to the Daily Mail a few years ago, students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created an optical illusion that can determine if your eyesight is either good or bad. This image portrays Marilyn Monroe overlaid on a slightly drawn Albert Einstein . People with good eyesight will be able to see Einstein on the screen...

  • Do You Know Exactly What “Being Active” Means When Your Doctor Asks?

    Do You Know Exactly What “Being Active” Means When Your Doctor Asks?

    Por: Elaine Albright   |   Hace 2 meses

    Check out the following information.

    If you can do activities such as household chores, yard work, walking around a block or a few blocks, participating in an exercise class, Zumba class, yoga class, etc., you are being active. It is necessary to focus on these 3 major areas - Cardiovascular, Muscular tissue stamina, as well as Stretching. Stretching prepares your body for the othe exercises. Cardiovascular...

  • Tips For Running On #NationalRunningDay

    Tips For Running On #NationalRunningDay

    Por: Jessica Romero   |   Hace 3 meses

    Make that workout count!

    The first time National Running Day was ever celebrated was back in 2009 when several organizations in the United States decided to join forces in order to spread this sport through different races that take place every first Wednesday of June. The purpose of this celebration is for runners to go on different races, talk to a friend about the benefits of this sport, challenge themselves...

  • Are You Overweight? Diabetes, Stroke or a Heart Attack May All Be At Your Door Step

    Are You Overweight? Diabetes, Stroke or a Heart Attack May All Be At Your Door Step

    Por: Elaine Albright/Zeal For Life   |   Hace 3 meses

    Your DNA cannot be changed, but you are in control of your lifestyle and diet if you choose to be

    Both Strokes and Heart Disease are invited risks if you have Diabetes that is either left untreated or is out of control. Being overweight adds fuel to this risk. This is a threat that you can control if you are alerted that diabetes could be fatal. An uncontrollable risk is having a family member who has had diabetes, a heart attack or a stroke. Age of that family member is also taken into...