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Quick Weight Loss E-zines, Issue #007 -- July 2009
July 05, 2009
Tone Up During Ad Breaks
Many people make the comment that they don’t have time to exercise and this is understandable considering the amount of time we allocate to other commitments like work, family and friends.
Despite this fact, if something is important to us, we will make time for it. Exercise should be a high priority in our lives. The human body has been designed for physical activity and it functions far better when regular exercise is performed.
Even if your time is limited why not consider exercising between ad breaks when you’re watching TV? The Quick Weight Loss Principles website can provide you with a set of simple exercises you can do at home to help you tone up and ensure you get your daily requirement of exercise.
If you would like to find out about the exercises you can do during ad breaks,
Don't Put on a 'Winter Coat' This Year !Winter is the time of the year when most people tend to become a little more relaxed with their eating and exercise habits. As a result, they tend to put on a few extra kilos of padding that weren’t there before. Then, when the first few warm days of spring come around they frantically try to rid themselves of the extra kilos they accumulated over winter.
If this seems to be a common experience for you why not take some simply steps to break the habit. By simply making a commitment to perform a couple of exercise sessions each week during winter and eating healthily during the week, you can easily avoid putting on a ‘winter coat’ this year.
When it comes to exercise all you need to do is perform two or three 30-60 minute sessions a week. The type of exercise you do is completely up to you. It doesn’t matter whether it is a weight-training workout, an aerobics class, a boxing session with your trainer, a light jog on a treadmill or the ‘Tone at Home’ exercises; the most important thing is that you do it and make it a consistent lifestyle habit over the winter months.
Not exercising is also known as the ‘comfy bed syndrome’- it is easy to get into but hard to get out of! Two or three sessions a week is easy to do. The unfortunate fact is that it’s also easy not to do. However, if you’re serious about not putting on a ‘winter coat’ this year then all it takes is a decision and a commitment.
Major Physiological Dysfunctions
Insulin is the hormone responsible for the control of blood sugar (glucose) and is manufactured by the pancreas. People who have type 1 diabetes produce very little (or even none) of this hormone. As a result, they must take regular injections of insulin in order to function normally.
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