I would like to share the experience I gain from assisting people reviewing their diet plan. It is very common to people, especially ladies, over-estimate the amount of calorie they eat. When they are afraid of eating too much, they will skip meal or feeding themselves on what they considered “light” such as biscuits or soup. There is a tendency to have intake of low calorie in one meal but calorie-densed meal in other days. Some working moms also have a habit of eating the food leftover by kids. As people may never aware of these eating habits until they wrote them down in a food log. Continue reading →
There are many advocations of dietary style supported with cultural philosophies or environmental concerns. Any of these could be a guideline to achieve your health and weight goals. For someone who has medically related issues such as heart disease, high blood pressure, eating disorders, seeing registered dietitian for consultation is highly recommended. Professional dietitian will educate the clients on the overview of balanced diet and look into your deficiencies. Clinical assessments such as blood test, or urine test may be needed. Continue reading →
An eating pattern is influenced by food preferences, cultural or regional traditions, food availability and food intolerances. When someone trying to follow certain dietary fad would find it difficult to sustain if it does not fit in the eating habits and fail to see long term result. Design your own meal plan, not copy the diet plan, that comply to your lifestyle. A plan that you are able to stick with is the one include the food you really love and satisfy your appetite while getting high nutrition density as well as energy. Continue reading →
Every day bunches of information about diet flood into your chatroom from the media. Yesterday was cut carbs, today is more proteins, and do expecting more of this hi-hi-lo-lo dietary fads come in tomorrow. People are desperate for results and do not hesitate to try any quick fixes when no longer fit in a jean. Any suggestion on cutting calories, no wonder, always works as long as you follow it in short period. But scientists warn us it is stressful to body and mind using this restrictive approach. Any dietary approach suggests you to tilt to or completely eliminate certain nutrient worth the second thought.
Have you ever wonder why dietary fads arise one after another? Continue reading →
The crucial role of connective tissue in transmitting force through a series of muscles greatly model how we train our body striving towards a more coordinated and healthier body. The fascial system explains how soft tissue length tension balance affects human movement distribution through tensional network in which specific lines of pull are identified. When forces are introduced at one point in our body, they are simultaneously transmitted to other parts of the body. Continue reading →