Ramen noodles are empty calories, and toss out the cinnamon buns because they have about 500 empty calories per bun. So find one of your skinny friends. Give them to a skinny friend that need to gain a few extra pounds.
What we are after here are the Omega-3 fatty acids in oily fish that are widely considered to be the best “good” fat. Tuna, salmon, halibut, as well as walnuts and flaxseeds are great sources of this super fat and can all help reduce your bad cholesterol. It is recommended that you get 1.5 to 3 grams of omega-3 per day for best results. If these foods don’t please your palate, try an Omega-3 supplement.
Warning: don’t try to drink the cider vinegar neat. It can irritate your throat, as well as your stomach lining, so ensure that you dissolve it in liquid, and don’t go overboard on the quantities.
I’ll be willing to bet you are overweight. Most of us are. Whether it’s a few extras pounds or a whole bunch, we’re fat. The fast food giants and junk-food manufacturers spend billions convincing us to eat their food. Even the so-called reduced fat kind are filled with calories. So we just eat more of those anyway, thinking we are cheating the scale. Restaurant portions are huge and my wife and I usually bring half home. But the rest of you don’t. So, what am I saying here? I’m saying that you have to stop whining and do something before you end up like my wife and mother. If not, you’ll get heart problems, cause liver or kidney damage, retain clogged arteries and as a result, produce a shortened lifespan.
My favorite recommendation; a glass of red wine has been shown to help lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease and because of the flavanols in red wine, also contains anti-inflammatory properties. Don’t get too excited though, because these benefits only come from up to one glass per day for women and two glasses per day for men at the maximum. Anything beyond that and you actually see a decrease in the benefits of red wine.
The simplest breakfast is to take your banana, peel back the skin and get right into eating. What could be simpler? What could be as tasty and as good for you? This must surely rate as the easiest, healthy breakfast.
It stands to reason that they need the right fuel to be able to do their job. As far as the physiological aspect is concerned, it’s obvious that a growing body needs highest quality nutrients in the right proportions at the required time. If their young bodies don’t get it, their growth will slow down; they’ll be prone to illnesses and never be able to perform as well as they could at whatever they choose.
Smoothies – Instead of having plain milk, try some new fruitful flavors with delicious smoothies. Having fresh fruits in the morning with milk also help in cleaning the antioxidants from your body. Try new fruits or smoothie recipes for kids and they will always ask for more every day. Preparing smoothies hardly takes time and gives you a good break from the eating routine every morning.