The Secret Benefits of a Fitness Lifestyle

Written by Joey Atlas


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In essence, my father was leading by example. And, not only did I learn from his example, but so did my brother and sister. They are both committed to exercising and eating right (most ofrepparttar time).

This brings me to some of those secret benefits I mentioned earlier. Our kids now watch us workout and eat healthy. The same things that happened to me as a kid are happening torepparttar 145090 next generation. Our kids want to userepparttar 145091 home gym, do stretches and floor exercises, and eat nuts and fruit for snacks instead of candy and cookies (most ofrepparttar 145092 time).

Here is my point in all of this. By taking care of himself my father was taking care of his kids and his grandkids. And, you can believe that his great grandchildren will benefit as well.

What better gift can one pass down thanrepparttar 145093 desire to lead a healthy lifestyle andrepparttar 145094 enhanced quality of life that goes with it? There is nothing better.

In addition to influencing your children, this same mechanism can and also does apply to friends, parents, co-workers and employees (if you are a business owner). Iíve seen this happen with many ofrepparttar 145095 clients I have worked with overrepparttar 145096 years.

The reasons are many butrepparttar 145097 end result is stillrepparttar 145098 same. Your healthy way of life will inspire others around you to take better care of themselves through a healthier life style.

The moral of this story is: By leading a lifestyle built around physical fitness and smart nutrition, you may be taking care of a lot more people than just yourself.

Joey Atlas, MS - Exercise Physiology, is considered one of the top personal trainers in the US. He is the author of the best selling audio CD "Controversial Secrets of a Personal Trainer", www.ControversialSecrets.com. Joey is a co-owner of GAC Personal Training, www.GACtraining.com, where he continues to guide people toward a better quality of life through proper exercise programming and nutritional guidance.


Guide To Some Common Herbs That Heal

Written by Lee Dobbins


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Echinacea

This much publicized herb can help stabilizerepparttar immune system. It can be taken as a pill or tincture or pulled out ofrepparttar 145089 ground an eaten as a snack! You may have some of these purple daisy like flowers growing near you and not even realize that they have medicinal properties.

Garlic

You thought it was just a tasty root to put on bread but this herb has been used since ancient Egypt and has properties that strengthenrepparttar 145090 immune system. It is used as a treatment for infections, coughs and colds.

Ginger

Our herb guide likes ginger as it can be used in so many dishes. It is reputed to aid in circulation.

Parsley

Rich in potassium, this herb is often used as a garnish and left uneaten. I suggest you put it right in your salad and eat it up - it has many vitamins and is reputed to strengthenrepparttar 145091 kidneys and help with waste removal.

Rosemary

This herb stimulates circulation and aids in memory.

St. John's Wort

No herb guide would be complete without mention of this herb which is used to treat mild depression and elevate mood.

Lee Dobbins writes for pet and health related websites. Visit http://www.herbs-home-remedies.com for more on natural home remedies and herbs. Donít forget to check their extensive article database at http://www.herbs-home-remedies.com/articles1.html


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