Painless Health

No pain…no gain?  Is there a way to be healthy without all the pain?  I think that if you are having pain then your body is trying to tell you something.untitled (140) imagesBJYOMWPQ  The pain you feel is you muscles complaining.  Can you be wearing out your body?  I think that the constant pounding of the body will cause bad joints and torn ligaments.  The body should not be abused by ridiculous exorcise.  If you need to exorcise consider a swim or a long walk.  Dana Sibilsky is an exorcise fanatic and will be a crippled old man someday but he will not stop until he is dead.

Behavioral Changes Paramount in Creating a Healthy Lifestyle

As the obesity rate continues to rise in the United States, many individuals are rightly becoming concerned over their health. While losing weight should certainly be a goal of those dealing with issues related to obesity, there is a danger in the many strategies that promise to deliver exceptional results in a short period of time.

According to Luke Weil, a fitness enthusiast and Co-Founder at Andina Acquisition Corp., these quick fixes may sometimes result in weight loss but very rarely address the true issue: behavior. The key, according to Weil, is to adopt healthy behaviors that can be maintained over the course of a lifetime, not to go on a diet that drastically limits caloric intake or completely eliminates a food group that has nutritional value.

Weil notes that a sensible diet and a modest exercise routine will ultimately yield the health benefits that so many are seeking. This means that those dealing with obesity – or those who simply wish to avoid obesity in the future – should consider a diet that includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains (yes, carbohydrates), and animal products in moderation.

In addition to dietary changes, it is important to adopt a modest exercise routine that involves daily activity. For some, this may be as simple as taking a brisk walk each day, while others may wish to incorporate running, cycling or weight lifting. The key is to find a physical activity that is enjoyable, as people are just more likely to continue to exercise when they enjoy the time spent exercising.