There aren’t many people who really like change. Perhaps if the change is something we choose willingly then we feel more positively about it than if it’s forced on us. It’s important to take this on board if you want to make changes to your behaviours that affect your health. In this article we’re going to talk about:
Changing your health behavior.
How change works.
How to make it work for you.
How to change willingly.
It takes a little practice and dedication, but it needn’t be difficult.
If you’re serious about taking charge of your health then this article will help you do that. It’s quite long, so:
Make a cup of tea and
take it slowly.
Bookmark it so you can come back and digest it over time.
In the 1980s and 90s it was low fat. In the 2000s it was low carb. Today it’s sugar. All the recent brain research indicates that it’s addictive in the same way that nicotine and alcohol can be, that it can trigger diabetes, may aggravate inflammatory diseases, and (as we already know) leads to obesity.
Nothing to love about sugar – except that we all do. Well, at the risk of seeing a bandwagon to jump on, here’s what happened when I tried going sugar-free. It’s the story of a lifestyle change. Continue reading →
There are a lot of health claims made for juicing, and a lot of hype. In this article we’re going to look at what The Mayo Clinic and MebMD have to say on the subject. Can you really believe the marketing hype about juicing for weight loss and health? Continue reading →
One of the most strong and effective types of castor oil is the back Jamaican castor oil, and its properties lie in the way it is processed. Made from a tropical bean plant, castor oil is indeed remarkably helpful in curing many medical illnesses and enhancing your health.
It seems every week there is a new diet sensation. The nation is overwhelmed at the amount of information out there on dieting and exercise. Now there is even more to add to the list, or so I thought. Clean eating as it is called seems to be getting attention.