Shave off calories! Body weight depends on a balance ‘calories in’ and ‘calories out’.
Keeping healthy and staying fit is quite a challenge but will definitely make a big change in your emotional wellbeing, ease physical symptoms, lighten your loads and can make you see brighter outlook of life. – springhill group
Many factors are affecting your health for some reason there are factors you cannot change. But you can do something about your lifestyle and food intake. And as important as your diet and exercise are, your mind set, your mood and outlook in life play a big part for you to become a healthier you.
Your daily habits can affect your health entirely as well. As you adapt to every changes in your daily activities you can notice many differences in your energy level.
i. If your workplace is too far for walking and you need a means of transportation yet is too near to drive, you can use your bicycle instead.
ii. Takes stairs instead of the lift or escalators.
iii. Hand carry your groceries instead of using a trolley.
iv. Walk your dog in the afternoon.
v. Do physical activities instead of turning into television and computers if bored.
Those are just examples of what you can do; maintain the habit and you will see changes in no time. Do not be impatient, as they say “no pain, no glory”.
It is important to monitor your health and start young but for most people out there who hold back because of their age, it is never too late to change your lifestyle and start living a healthy life. It has been a genre that if you wanted to get fit and healthy you must go to the gym and slog yourself to maintain your fitness. Sure it can help you but did you know that just by changing your general daily activity can particularly improve your health and energy?
Here are tips on how to stay healthy with lesser effort:
Lower low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol (the “bad” cholesterol), Raise high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol (the “good” cholesterol), Lower your blood pressure, and etc.
Springhill Group Korea – TIGblog | Statins Can Cause Diabetes
From the: http://www.tigblog.org/group/springhillkorea/post/8286587
Statins Can Cause Diabetes…Health regulators are including warning to the medicine labels of popular cholesterol-lowering drugs that they might increase blood sugar and possibly cause memory loss. FDA has publicized last week that there has been alterations in the safety information labels of statins of Merck & Co’s, AstraZeneca and Pfizer — medicines that are used by millions of Americans. Statins have long proven that it is effective in reducing the risk of heart attack and other heart disorders and, according to FDA, this new development must not scare people into halting the use of the medicines.
FDA announced that they know of studies wherein several patients taking statins might have an increased risk of having high sugar levels in the blood and, eventually, of being diagnosed with diabetes.