rebounding exercise
Rebounding boosts your metabolism, burns more calories like a typical workout. As we understand, running on a treadmill for 30 minutes is equal to bouncing on a rebounder for 10 minutes. Additionally, if the bouncing is done for a reasonable length of time which produces sweat leading to loss of water from the body. And with, fat-burning enables weight loss, especially when bouncing is done until the time of sweating it out, increased absorption of oxygen in the bloodstream, and an improved heart rate. It is observed from other studies, that a reasonable time for rebounding to help in weight loss is a good 30-minute workout. Results have proven loss of belly fat, due to the lower body workout during prolonged bouncing (with feet leaving the mat)
Intermittent fasting is it for everyone
Intermittent fasting has been endorsed by medical experts and researchers alike. The benefits of intermittent fasting are myriad, to ignore them out. But what is written in fine print in different studies is the fact that intermittent fasting may not be suitable for everyone. Or intermittent fasting may not bring out the same results for everyone.
healthy living
Few years ago, when I became a new Mom, my weight was at 190 lbs and things went haywire, postpartum. My cholesterol shot up, I developed high blood pressure, had shortness of breath, my lipid profile did not look too good, my clothes size went up 3 times and pretty much was seen as size. The point here is beyond my looks getting oversized, my health went for a toss. Losing weight with yoga was an option, but I wanted to be sure.
Popular belief has been that to lose weight you just need to workout and reduce calorie intake. While this is true, it is not absolute. Beyond diet and exercise, you can lose weight while you sleep.
Eating and our love for food roots from our early days, from when we were a baby or a toddler. Every time a toddler cries, an adult pacifies the child with a candy or something sweet. This is something we have seen and been taught, experienced to regulate our emotions from our childhood by means of food.

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