Why Fitness Is Better Than Weight Loss

Aubrey O’Day Shows Weight Loss And Underboob Simultaneously

‘Physical fitness is considered a measure of the body’s ability to function efficiently and effectively in work and leisure activities, to be healthy, to resist hypokinetic diseases, and to meet emergency situations’ as mentioned in Wikipedia , Fitness. Here is why fitness is a far better goal than weight loss in the long run. Difference between Weight loss and Fitness While all fitness does involve weight loss, all weight loss does not involve fitness. One can lose weight – the unhealthy way – through crash dieting, over-exercising, weight loss pills and several other, equally, harmful quack weight loss methods.
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Almonds for weight loss

Besides, they are also loaded with numerous nutrients like vitamins and minerals, which will help you to lower your carbohydrate cravings and so, help you lose weight. Almonds are also rich in minerals like manganese, copper and magnesium and B-complex vitamins like niacin and biotin, which help to activate the energy production in our bodies. So, the more active your body is, the more it will burn calories. This nut is also good for your overall health, because of its heart healthy property also known as monounsaturated fatty acids. These acids help in lowering the bad cholesterol levels in your body and reduce the risk of various heart ailments.
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Readers Write: Bullies Need Mental Health Help, Too; Peace Resonates; Good Ideas Are Contagious

Edry’s attempt to send love, not hate, to the people of Iran to register our own wishes for peace. I have sent many e-mails to friends pointing them to the Monitor’s video interview with Edry. My Sunday school class and a group of US Marine recruits that I teach have all marveled that we as individuals can have a voice to add to a growing group of those who support an end to all war, which I believe will someday become a “critical mass.” Sally Lind Encinitas, Calif. Good ideas can be contagious Thank you for publishing Jim Kastama’s Oct. 14 Common Ground, Common Good commentary, ” Why I stepped over the party line to get results ,” which gave an account of his work as a Washington State senator to reach a compromise on a budget. I’m not a politician and have difficulty seeing national elected officials reading and taking this piece to heart.
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Follow prescription for better mental health care system

The outmoded Milwaukee County Mental Health Complex is simply not working the way it should.

4, 2013 (0) Comments In the Sunday Journal Sentinel, reporter Meg Kissinger, who has written extensively on mental health care issues in Milwaukee County in the newspaper’s Chronic Crisis series, offered a prescription for healing a very broken system. The prescription included nine items such as reducing emergency detentions, enhancing community care, finishing the job on housing and providing more help for families who have to work with the system. Those are all steps that we’ve endorsed in the past and that we think are necessary to improve care for those suffering from mental illness, among the most vulnerable people in our community. Today we’d like to again urge county government to move care from the current model based largely on the Mental Health Complex to a model based on smaller community-based facilities.
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