For breakfast, I whipped up a nice omelette with tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, artichoke hearts, and avocado. I discovered an ear of corn in the fridge from dinner a few days ago, so I scraped the kernels off and fried those up alongside everthing. Continue reading “Breakfast on the 21 Day Fix”
It’s all about proper food pairing!
Emerging research has revealed that each individual has a microbial signature – much like a fingerprint, but instead using variations among gut bacteria. Research has clearly demonstrated that this microbial signature pays huge contribution to a person’s weight, digestive capacity, and metabolism.
An excellent article, full of great advice.
No time to exercise? Check out Rachael’s story.
“In fact, many of my fellow shift workers and RNs are completely shocked when I tell them I work out 5-6 days per week regardless of working full time on night shift.”
So…what was your excuse about not having enough time to workout? 🙂
Night shift and energy RARELY come hand in hand. In fact, many of my fellow shift workers and RNs are completely shocked when I tell them I work out 5-6 days per week regardless of working full time on night shift. Regardless, I make it work. The energy comes from within. You have to have focus and WANT to make it through. That is my advice for anyone that works a crazy schedule, yet want to continue to hit workouts on a consistent basis. You have to have REASON for what you do. You have to have GOALS. You have to think about the FUTURE you and how the outcome of hard work will OUTWEIGH the current feeling of tired.
I find it much easier to go to the gym before work. I have tried both before and after and I have found that, for me, I am wiped out by…
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Stop sitting down on the job!
There are medical studies out there that show that sitting all day is very bad for your body. The American Medical Association recommends you have alternatives to sitting when doing your daily work. Continue reading “Got code to write? That’s no excuse to be sitting down on the job!”