Archive for September, 2012

Posted by Samantha Rentz on September 30th 2012

Sam keeps her clients looking lean and leggy with this series of Pilates-inspired post-walk sculptors. “They target the butt, hips, thighs, shoulders, and upper back while working your core,” she says. Tack these moves onto the end of any walk, aiming for three times a week. Plié Squat and Relevé Combo Targets: Butt, inner thighs, […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on September 30th 2012

The secret to flat abs? Foods like whole grains, low-fat dairy, and lean protein, which curb hunger, boost your calorie burn, and prevent belly bloat. We’ve combined these slimming ingredients into a week’s worth of delicious dinners.   Steak-and-Pepper Tacos   Ingredients 1 pound flank or hanger steak Juice of 1 lime, plus lime wedges […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on September 30th 2012

Achieving your goals – to slim down, stress less, have more energy — is as easy as eating dinner. Our healthy, delicious meals are packed with the key ingredients to help you get to your goal. Sweet Potato and Pork Chilli Goal: I want to lose weight. Why This Recipe Works A diet that includes […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on September 30th 2012

Cure a cold. Ease stress. Fight a headache. For everyday health problems, new research says you should mix and match foods that target your personal health needs. Combine the power foods here to cook up the best antidote to what ails you. What to Eat to Cure Anything You know the drill: Eat plenty of […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on September 29th 2012

Heart disease and stroke    Eating a healthy diet can reduce your risk of suffering from heart disease and stroke – the major causes of death worldwide. The number of deaths from heart disease have been decreasing in recent years but it is still the major cause of premature death (that is,  before the age […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on September 29th 2012

The problem – overweight and obesity   Over half of people in Britain are overweight or obese, and about 1 in 4 adults is obese. Being very overweight (obese) increases the risk of developing diseases such as diabetes mellitus, coronary heart disease and some cancers. Ideally it is better to avoid becoming overweight by eating […]

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