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26Sep/20

10 Keys to Healthy Living.

first_img Share Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweetcenter_img 17 Views   no discussions HealthLifestyle 10 Keys to Healthy Living. by: – June 20, 2011 By Marissa LippertOne of the goals at Epicurious is to help you balance the great pleasures of eating and cooking delicious food with maintaining a healthy diet. Wholesome eating and a healthy lifestyle can be surprisingly simple when a solid foundation of smart habits is in place. Here are ten useful tips you can easily incorporate into your day-to-day life.1. Be PreparedWhen it comes to establishing and maintaining nutritious eating habits, being well-prepared makes a world of difference. Set up a weekly time in your schedule to head to the grocery shop or the farmers’ market to ensure that your kitchen is well stocked with a variety of healthy foods for meals as well as convenient, portable snacks.2. Rearrange Your PlateLimit calories and boost nutrients by filling half your plate with fruits and vegetables. The other half of the plate can be split between lean proteins, such as fish, chicken, and tofu, and a mix of complex whole grains and carbohydrates, such as quinoa and sweet potatoes.3. Less Is MoreScan the ingredient list of all your processed foods, and seek out foods with short ingredient lists. Seek out foods with short ingredient lists. Ideally, most—if not all—of the ingredients will be easily recognizable. Try to minimize your consumption of processed and packaged foods.4. Keep a Food JournalMake a close assessment of what you’ve eaten in a typical week to affirm positive eating habits as well as to identify and tackle negative ones. Keep a food journal for three to seven days and choose small, strategic goals to work on, such as drinking more water or consuming two pieces of fruit and two different vegetables daily.5. Take CuesBe aware of when you’re hungry and when you’re full. Doing so will help keep portion size in check, which in turn will impact your weight loss or gain. Eat slowly—it takes 20 minutes for your stomach to tell your brain you are full—and aim to get fruit or vegetables into the majority of your meals.6. No Skipping MealsEating every three to four hours helps keep up your metabolism and calorie-burning ability. Make sure you have breakfast—even if it’s as simple as a piece of fruit and a skim latte—about one to one-and-a-half hours after waking, and at least one snack between meals per day.7. ExerciseTry to get at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day. Challenge yourself by changing your current routine: Add one extra day at the gym, go for a daily 30-minute power walk, take the stairs instead of the elevator, or add 10 to 15 minutes to your workout.8. Drink UpBoost energy and digestion by drinking water daily. Aim for at least six 8-ounce glasses and increase your intake according to your individual needs and physical activity level.9. Strive for BalanceHectic schedules are challenging, and they can affect our food choices. Reduce stress by taking care of yourself physically, emotionally, and mentally. Try to carve out some quiet time for yourself every day, even if it’s just 30 minutes.10. Sleep WellAn important physical component of maintaining good health is getting a sufficient amount of sleep. Along with physical activity and nutritious eating, proper sleep can help you manage sugar and carbohydrate cravings as well assist your efforts to achieve an ideal weight. Healthy adults should try for an average of seven to eight hours of sleep each night. Studies show that trying to recapture lost sleep on weekends simply doesn’t add up.by Epicurious.comlast_img read more

24Sep/20

Ex-Super Eagles goalie Enyeama gets coaching role in France

first_img Loading… His impressive performances in Israel caught the attention of Lille and subsequently joined the Great Danes for an undisclosed fee on a three-year contract. His maiden appearance came in the French club’s 1-0 defeat to Inter Milan in the 2012 Champions League group stage. In 2013, he went on a 14-game run without conceding a goal before he was beaten for the first time in 1062 minutes against Bordeaux. On the international scene, he made his debut in 2002 against Kenya before going a step further to feature at the 2002 Fifa World Cup. He drew the curtain on his Super Eagles’ career after representing the country in three World Cups, one Fifa Confederation Cup and five Afcon appearances. read also:Enyeama Ighalo, Ndidi, Troost-Ekong celebrated on Father’s Day Enyeama boasts 101 appearances and is Nigeria’s all-time most capped player, an honour he shares with current Super Eagles assistant coach Joseph Yobo. Recently, his former international teammate John Utaka was appointed as manager of Montpellier’s U19 team. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Ex-Lille and Nigeria goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama, has been named as the new goalkeeper coach of French National 3 side Iris Club de Croix. Former Super Eagles goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama The 37-year-old has been without a club since he left French top-flight outfit Lille in August 2018, and now he has been given the chance to commence his journey in management. In a statement released on Iris Club’s “>Facebook page, the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner will train goalkeepers from the team’s reserves to the U16 division. Enyeama began his professional career at Ibom stars in 1999 before teaming up with Enyimba where he helped the Aba based outfit win three Nigeria Professional League titles, two Caf Champions Leagues and one Caf Super Cup diadem. In 2015, he moved to Bnei Yehuda and in his debut season, he helped the Lions to reach the final of the Israeli State Cup as well as a fourth-place finish in the Israeli top-flight that earned them a place in the 2006 Uefa Cup [now Europa League]. After two seasons at the Bloomfield Stadium, he was signed for Hapoel Tel Aviv. There, he was their chief penalty taker and inspired the club to two Israel State Cup trophies and one Israeli Premier League title.last_img read more

12Jan/20

Security guard denies murdering fisherman

first_imgA 12-member jury was on Wednesday empanelled to hear the case of security guard Marlon Callender who has denied killing fisherman Envil Pollard on January 29, 2015, at the Pritipaul Wharf at McDoom, East Bank Demerara. State Prosecutors Mandell Moore and Lisa Cave presented the State’s murder indictment before Justice Sandhill Kissoon at the High Court in Georgetown. Callender entered a not guilty plea upon his arraignment.Murder accusedMarlon Callender will go on trial next weekThe matter was adjourned to next Monday when the trial will commence with the prosecution’s opening address. The defendant is represented by Attorney Lammy Singh. Callender was committed to stand trial at the High Court by Magistrate Judy Latchman in July 2016 at the conclusion of the preliminary inquiry.According to reports, the shooting occurred following a confrontation between the two men. It was alleged that the deceased met his demise while fishing in the vicinity of Pritipaul Singh Investments Inc and it was reported that the accused was a security guard attached to that entity. The murdered man, who had resided in Crane Playfield, West Coast Demerara, was a fisherman for over 30 years. He was also a father of eight children.last_img read more