40-30-30 Fat Burning Nutrition: The Dietary Hormonal Connection to Permanent Weight Loss and Better Health by Joyce & Gene Daoust
Americans are exercising more, eating less fat and more carbohydrates, yet are fatter now than ever. The latest statistics show that 34% of Americans are overweight and 53 million are considered obese. 40-30-30 Fat Burning Nutrition teaches how to balance nutrition so that you will be burning fat 24-hours a day while eating foods you enjoy. Highly recommended!

PROTECT YOUR HEALTH

Learn how to protect your most precious gift - YOUR HEALTH - to live longer, get sick less often, look better and feel more energy.
If you have cold, you should drink minimum of eight to ten glasses of fluid a day to replenish lost fluids and keep mucus membranes moist.
Antioxidants such as vitamins C and E help protect our lungs from damage by pollutants. Eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables and take extra units od vitamin C and vitamin E daily.
If your parents are overweight that doesn't mean you are destined to be overweight too. Your lifestyle, factors such as diet and activity play very important roles in how much you weight. You may have inherited a tendency to gain weight, but you can generally prevent it from happening. A good way of prevention is a minimum of 30 minutes of activity at least five days a week and don't overeat.
Protect Your Lungs When You Exercise
Inhaling bad air may cause various health problems, such as tightness in the chest, wheezing, coughing, and watery eyes, which can get much worse when you exercise. People with respiratory illness, asthma, allergies, the elderly and young children are most at risk. People who continually exercise in high pollution areas can become accustomed to it over time, and have fewer, if any symptoms, but their lungs may still be negatively affected. Keep in mind that pollutants aren't present only in crowded cities. People who exercise in areas with lover pollution levels may not experience any symptoms, but can also have some decline in lung function. During exercise, we increase our intake of air (and pollutants), and we also tend to breathe through our mouth rather than our nose. Try to breathe through your nose, because nose filters air better and skip the face mask. Mask may help to block some of the pollutants, but can also restrict the amount of air you inhale, making breathing even more difficult. All this doesn't mean you have to abandon exercise. 

You can get heart-healthy workout and protect your lungs if you:

  • Avoid vigorous exercise when air is thick and stagnant.
  • Check the air quality before you exercise.
  • Exercise indoors if air quality is poor.
  • Mornings or late evenings have usually better air quality.
  • Avoid exercising on busy streets.
  • Avoid exercising during rush hour.
  • Try to run and exercise in parks or side streets.
  • Get plenty of vitamins.
  • If you experience difficulty breathing, slow down.
Our pages are created to provide medically accurate information that is intended to complement, not replace or substitute in any way the services of your physician.  Any application of the recommendations set forth in the following pages is at the reader's discretion and sole risk. Before undergoing medical treatment, you should consult with your doctor, who can best assess your individual needs, symptoms and treatment. 
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