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The New Way to Crank Your Fat Burners

Posted by on Dec 12, 2013 in Health & Fitness | 0 comments

It’s proven that stronger people usually have less body fat–with minimal fat in the belly, especially. These people are lean not because they were “born that way” or weigh less, but because they have more muscle mass that can attack the fat that covers up your ripped body. Follow this new approach to crank up your muscle growth and get your metabolism pumping. The New Protocol When you lift, you probably focus on three things: Start the set. Hit the rep target. Finish the set. Then you rest until it’s time for the next one. But by adding …read...

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5 Swaps for a Better Burn

Posted by on Dec 3, 2013 in Health & Fitness | 0 comments

Everybody wants to know how they can get a high-revving metabolism. But even before you jump on a treadmill to crush calories and deplete your visceral fat, there are simple nutrition tricks you can use to get your flab-torched fast. Check out these 5 simple food swaps to speed up your metabolism–and the workout style you need to ignite your fuel-burning furnace. WATER Drink tap or mineral water, not purified water. In a Swiss study, purified water didn’t boost men’s metabolic activity, but water that contained minerals did. OIL Use olive oil, not flaxseed oil. Both are sources of omega-3s, but olive oil triggers …read...

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11 Easy Post-Workout Snacks and the Science of Why They Work

Posted by on Dec 2, 2013 in Health & Fitness | 0 comments

Post-Exercise recovery can be simplified into 3 Rs: rehydrate, refuel and rebuild. Rehydrating replaces lost fluids and electrolytes from sweat, while refueling focuses on carbohydrates to restore muscle glycogen and essential amino acids from high-quality proteins help repair and rebuild muscle tissue and stimulate muscle growth. As a general rule, try to get 15-25 g of quality protein, with .5-.7 g of carbohydrate per pound of body weight immediately post-exercise. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends carbohydrates within the first 30 minutes of stopping exercise to optimize the update of glucose into muscles. Since whole foods provide hundreds of bioactive compounds, such as antioxidants that may provide additional benefits for enhancing your recovery, focus on whole foods first and supplements second. Read...

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Why You Should Avoid Carbs at Bedtime

Posted by on Nov 22, 2013 in Health & Fitness | 0 comments

As you enter your 30s, it becomes more challenging to build muscle because growth hormone and testosterone levels naturally start to decline. High blood sugar can compound that problem by hampering the production of both hormones and triggering fat storage. In fact, something as seemingly benign as having a cookie or a couple handfuls of chips late in the evening can undermine your efforts to build muscle. Here’s how: Sleep is when your body does most self-restoration. Crucial to this process are human growth hormone (HGH) and insulin growth factor (IGF-1), which are typically produced at night. IGF-1 is triggered …read...

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15 Easy Ways to Burn More Fat | Healthy Living – Yahoo Shine

Posted by on Nov 22, 2013 in Health & Fitness | 0 comments

Don’t Diet! The Women’s Health Diet isn’t about eating less; it’s about eating more–more nutrient-dense food, to crowd out the empty calories and keep you full all day. That’s important, because restricting food will kill your metabolism. It sends a signal to your body that says, “I’m starving here!” And your body responds by slowing your metabolic rate to hold on to existing energy stores. Read More...

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