I wonder what our world would be like had MLK Jr's life not been taken. I read his quotes and wonder how such wisdom can come from one man. With noses down in cell phones, tablets and other technology, with anger and hate still in our hearts his words ring true today.
I hope and pray that so very soon we learn to walk the earth as brothers and sisters... ...
Your workout for the week...should you choose to accept the challenge! 😊😉
Warm-up with 5- 10 minutes of light cardio, then dynamic stretches (leg swings, arm circles, etc.). After the workout, cool down with light cardio (walking, etc.) to bring down the heart rate, and then stretch.
Choose 4 of your favourite pump-you-up songs – they should be between 3:30 and 4:30 minutes long.
Song 1: 10 Jumping Jacks 10 Reverse Lunges (10/side) 10 Mountain climbers (10/side) 10 sit-ups 10 second rest (if needed) Repeat til song ends...
Song 2: 10 Push-ups 10 windshield wipers 10 Bodyweight Squats 10 Bent-Over Rows 10 second rest (if needed) Repeat til song ends
Song 3: 10 Burpees 10 High Knees (10/side) 10 Lunges w/ twist (5/side) 10 second rest (if needed) Repeat til song ends
Song 4: 10 Glute Bridges (hold 3 sec at top) 10 sec Side Plank (10 left / 10 right) 10 twisting Mountain Climbers 10 tricep dips 10 second rest (if needed) Repeat til song ends
Cool down by walking in place then stretch.
**You know the drill ... Make sure you check with your healthcare practitioner before starting on any new exercise routine. ...
Is there a link between diet and Alzheimer's Disease?
I have family that have passed away from Alzheimer's and dementia complications as well as family battling both these diseases...
So I have been researching a lot about diet... this evidence provides me with a stronger dislike of the KETO...ESPECIALLY the DIRTY keto diet.....
Research shows that there is a sttong link between diet and Alzheimer's.
Research from the Chicago Health and Aging AND An important new study released Alzheimer Association’s International Conference in the U.K, conclusively links diet and Alzheimer’s disease.
People who have diets high in saturated fats ( dairy and meat) have 3 times the risk of developing Alzheimer's versus people who eat more plant based diets such as the Mediterranean diet or the Mind Diet.
Diets high in vitamin E, ( adding nuts and seeds) have been associated a reduced risk. ( as high as 50% reduction)
It is true..these studies provide evidence that you can protect your brain by watching what you eat.
Exercise helps too. By just getting in a brusk walk 3 times a week reduces your risk of memory problems.
But what IS the MIND diet?
Stay tuned for more info!
providing even more evidence that you can protect your brain by watching what you eat. ...