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“All You Need Is Love. But a Little CHOCOLATE Now and Then Doesn’t Hurt” – Charles M. Schulz
Health Tip: “Dark Chocolate” is good for your memory, blood pressure, and mood. It helps alleviate depression and also acts as an anti-inflammatory, which means that it is good for your brain. 🍫
Whooo hooo – frozen choc truffles at my house!
Can you believe it? Coffee is good for you and a potent source of healthful antioxidants!
Surprising, (at least, to me), coffee shows more antioxidant activity than green tea and cocoa, known antioxidant superstars.
One Medical’s blog, Reasons to Drink Coffee, describes Coffee’s method of action: Coffee’s antioxidants fight inflammation, an underlying cause feeding many chronic conditions, including arthritis, atherosclerosis and many types of cancer.
Antioxidants also neutralize free radicals, which occur naturallys as a part of everyday life. Antioxidants inhibit metabolic functions which can cause oxidative stress and lead to chronic disease. In other words, antioxidants keep us healthy at the micro-level by protecting our cells from damage. CoF, chlorogenic acid, an important antioxidant found almost exclusively in coffee, is also thought to help prevent cardiovascular disease.
In addition, Antioxidants can also protect us from the formation of dementia, liver disease and some forms of mental illness.
Coffee drinkers unite, enjoy and Drink Up!
Although exercise is essential in losing belly fat, these three things are important:
* 80 of your weight loss comes from the types of food you eat – think first before you eat
* Forget doing hundreds of crunches and sit-ups – you can’t spot reduce your belly (try a stability ball instead)
* For FAST results you can’t beat the pool! (But, do you know the quickest exercises?)
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Integrate experience with life lessons. don’t compartmentalize – see the bigger picture.