As most diet plans focus on what you are going to eat, intermittent fasting is quite different because it focuses on when to eat.
Dr. Shannon recommends further that we don’t start with the hardest tasks. Instead, begin with the tasks that will set you up to succeed in your chosen life changes. She comments “Do the fast successes, immediate results that make everything else possible”. Focus on brain health.
Your urine can reveal a lot about your health and lifestyle. Urine has been used as a diagnostic tool since the dawn of medicine. For example, it can show what’s going on in your body about the level of hydration. When blood flows through the kidneys, extra waste and water are filtered out, resulting in urine production. This urine carrying the waste and toxic materials passes through the tubes in the kidneys and is then stored in the urinary bladder until you urinate.
Most of us have made New Year’s resolutions. Somehow, though, they seem easier to make than to keep. We make a resolution – we almost seem obligated – and have broken it just a week or two later. I have to admit that I’ve followed this pattern for a few years, if not decades.
Ghee contains healthy fats which are free of trans-fats. They are very beneficial in performing essential body functions like supporting mental health, improving your skin health, making your cell membranes strong, and preventing the digestive acids from damaging the stomach lining.
A dehydration headache is caused by an imbalance of fluid and electrolytes in the body. When your body is dehydrated, your brain may constrict or shrink briefly due to the lack of fluid.
I don’t keep track of my successes very well. Once I accomplish a commitment, I forget about the effort I put into making it real for myself. I forget how many little things I accomplish.
Hair loss can happen gradually over time or suddenly. It could be irregular or permanent, depending on the root cause. Hair loss is normally not alarming, but it can occasionally be a sign of a medical condition.
We all can learn to focus our minds and reduce the impact of distractions. Developing this skill involves some practice. Here’s how to learn that skill, step-by-step.