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Acai Berry Walk

Posted on February 4, 2011 at 7:04 PM

Unwanted pounds flushed away in two weeks! Acai berry boosts our metabolism so that fats don't stay long in our bodies. All kinds of berries have a thousand and one health benefits, and antioxidants and detoxification is just among them. And more so with the powerful Acai berry. 

The hardest to achieve in fitness is a flat belly. It's easy to develop muscles anywhere, but even a lot of body builders who have amazing muscles confess to being at a loss how to lessen their flabby stomach fat. I have lots of jogging and brisk walking pals here in our community who have been doing their workout for years an years and still have their tummies bulging. 

Well, Acai berries help put away fats around the waist and stomach and even reduce puffiness and bloating. And it does this fast with regular intake. And the best about Acai berries is that, while you're in a weight loss process it gives you energy to stay active and energetic to do your job better and continue your workouts more. Other weight loss procedures leaves you languid and weak.

Now, imagine if you make brisk walking and Acai berry work for you. That would be a super healthy slimming and fitness alternative! Well, with Acai berry, you need to invest some money. But I will always vote for it together with brisk walking, than spend money on gym membership. I know a lot of guys who have been members in a gym and working out there but still looks overweight. 

At least, with Acai berry, you not only get weight loss possibilities but also sure natural nutrients to make your body stronger and healthier on the inside.

Breakfast After Walk

Posted on December 2, 2010 at 7:21 PM

  Breakfast after walk is vital. Never skip breakfast or be light about it. Take it seriously, and I mean eat seriously well.

Right after waking in the morning, do your water therapy--3 glasses of clean water on an empty tummy. Rest for a while, take your fruit, and go out and walk. After your Walk Slim workout and rest, eat a full breakfast. And what we mean by "full" is not loads of carbo. We mean full of protein and vitamins and micro-nutrients. Do eat some carbo for balance, but make sure you have more fruits and nuts and veggies. Eat eggs and milk. And always opt for home-cooked meals. Often pass on fast food. Take our word for it.

What's ideal for breakfast after walk? I often have eggs, boiled or fried. Eggs are natural food. Whatever you do, stay away from processed food. Processed food are unnatural and stay longer in your system and often rot there, especially if you don't workout. Eat fish and veggies. I often have sauteed Chayote or "sayote" with generous onions and garlic, fish, 2 eggs, tofu, and a small amount of rice. Sometimes we have eggplant omelet. But usually it's just sauteed sayote for me.

I also regularly have my fresh lemon drink with wild honey. And oh, before I forget, do take 10 ml of apple cider vinegar with half glass of water daily. That's added super Vitamin C plus energy booster, aside from other powerful nutrients.

So there's my breakfast after walk routine. Remember, breakfast is the most important meal. So don't take it for granted. And never skip it. 

Pineapple for Walking

Posted on November 29, 2010 at 5:40 AM

  Pineapple for walking. Have you tried it? Try pineapple before walking. After water therapy, eat fresh pineapples after 30 minutes. It will send you quick to the toilet for detox cleansing. Then the powerful C Vitamin from pineapple gets you strong for a long Walk Slim workout. The fiber and Vitamin C will keep you lighter for your brisk walks. 

I used to think pineapple would harm my tummy which gets reflux attacks now and then. But pineapple for walking early in the morning is actually alkaline and does wonders in controlling acid build up in your tummy. It's good to juice pineapple in the morning, so you'd be able to consume more than one slice, compared to eating. But health experts advise that eating than juicing pineapples is better. 

Pineapple for walking helps a lot in increasing speed in your pace without much effort. This is due to its fibrous quality that helps in weight loss, particularly its Bromolina content. Another reason is that pineapple can perk up your energy fast. If you are overweight you will have difficulty increasing speed in your brisk walk. After regularly including pineapple in your diet, you will feel the result. Some walkers say they felt the benefit immediately after the first try. This is because pineapple is easy to digest. Just make sure you incorporate pineapple for walking with water therapy and a balanced diet rich in veggie fibers.