Here are the best reasons why waking up and having an exercise routine are essential.
Deeper sleep cycles
Higher scores and GPA's
More mental alertness
More happy all around
Increased energy throughout the day
Stronger, physically and mentally
Desire for healthy foods
Develops strong self-discipline
Blogs & Pages To Follow
Here are some of my favorite fitness blogs that have great ideas on workouts and a ton of information on how to achieve your desired fitness goals.
One of my absolute favorites is Kayla Itsines! I love her workouts! You can do them at home with no equipment and they work your body to the core! She posts them on her blog:
I also love RedefineWithJen! Solid health knowledge and fitness inspiration! You can keep up with her fitness and health posts on Facebook-
or you can follow her on Instagram-
Helping the body absorb fat-soluble nutrients, while supplying a host of others.
Great news! Avocados have long been loved by southern folk for dressing up their tacos and making guacamole, but there are several ways to eat an avocado! And in even more great news avocados have been found to help the absorption of other nutrients from the food you are eating with it!
Studies have shown that eating about half an avocado, in combination with a spinach, carrot and lettuce salad, increased the absorption of alpha-carotene by 8.3 times, beta-carotene by 13.6 times and lutein by 4.3 times, as compared to just eating the salad alone!
The essential fatty acids found in avocados significantly increased the absorption of fat-soluble, carotenoid phytonutrients from other vegetables. Avocados themselves are loaded with Vitamin K, Folate, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Magnesium, Zinc, Phosphorous, Vitamin A, B1 (Thiamine), B2 (Riboflavin) and B3 (Niacin). So, as you can see, just a little homemade organic salsa and homemade guacamole creates a nutrition powerhouse that you can feed your family throughout the day!
Health Benefits Of Eating Avocados
Different Ways To Enjoy An Avocado
There are several recipes out there. You can doctor up an avocado in so many ways, just be creative and get them in your belly as much as possible. Avocados provide health building nutrients and then some. Ripe avocados will be firm, but slightly soft when squeezed. Too soft and it will be brown. To hard and you will need to wait a day or two to eat. So if you are looking to make an appetizer today, make sure they are ripe and usable. Bon apetit! To your health!
Hi there! My name is Kelly. I'm a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, a wife and a boy mom. I live in Austin, Texas with my adorable family.