world is getting smaller. Just look around you: skirt is getting shorter, pants
is slimmer, T-shirt tighter. Let's face it, fashion has always been kinder to
those with nothing to hide.
world is getting cleaner too. Young people are smoking less, drinking less,
pigging out less. People are taking the road less paved with nicotine, alcohol,
and MSG. In supermarkets, we see them reading labels, comparing nutrition
information, chunking preservatives in favor of fresh picked organics. Brands
are introducing alter egos with reduced calories, no salt added, no sugar added,
50% less butter, 70% less sodium, 100% fat free!
the world is getting healthier! Bodies are getting buffed, waistlines trimmed,
muscles toned. Trips to the gym are now more common than trips to the cafeteria
to grab a slice of cake. The "working out" class has taken over society. And
if this trend continues, we're going to have one beautiful and cellulite free
world, with absolutely breathtaking views and no sagging landscapes.
is a few list on how it works for most happy people...
8 glasses of water a day.
This is to replace water used and lost daily. The body will not
function properly without enough water and can't metabolize stored fat
efficiently. And when water is retained, it shows up as excess weight. To get
rid of excess water you must drink more water. Water also controls the body's
temperature, softens the skin, cushions and lubricates the joints.
3 times a week.
Running is a rigorous cardiovascular exercise that allows you to burn
an average of 100 calories per mile you run. It helps lower blood pressure by
maintaining the elasticity of the arteries. As you run, your arteries expand and
contract more than usual, keeping the arteries elastic and the blood pressure
low. Running also helps maximize the lungs' potential, as it keeps them strong
and powerful. It also strengthens the heart and helps prevent heart attacks. The
large muscle exercise it provides helps keep the cardio system efficient and
8 hours a day.
Enough sleep is necessary for our muscles to grow and our nervous
systems to work properly. Too little sleep leaves us feeling bloated, drowsy and
unable to concentrate the next day. It also causes impaired memory and physical
performance and reduced ability to carry out math calculations. Without enough
sleep, we may develop hallucinations and mood swings.
as often as you can.
Laughter is one of the best muscle relaxants. Laughter expands blood
vessels and sends more blood rising to the extremities and other muscles all
over the body. A good bout of laughter also reduces the levels of stress
hormones epinephrine and cortisol.