Original Article Posted on Incredible Egg Making a frittata is easier than you think. Master the simple method of how to cook a frittata. Your family will love this versatile dish. Ingredients 4 Eggs ¼ cup liquid (milk, cream, tomato juice or broth) Salt and Pepper to Taste 1 cup filling of your choice 2 … Continue reading HOW TO MAKE A FRITTATA

Healthy Lifestyle, Weight-loss, Active Living

DASH Diet Menu

In this part we have a week’s worth of meals! Phase 1 has 3 sample days, and Phase 2 has 4 sample days. Phase 1: Two Weeks to Shrink Your Waistline  Day 1 Breakfast Hard-boiled egg. (Hint: Make several hard-boiled eggs, and peel. Store in a zipper bag in the refrigerator. Then you will have them when … Continue reading DASH Diet Menu

DASH For A Healthy Heart

For the eighth year in a row, a panel of health experts has named the heart-healthy DASH diet the best overall eating plan, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2018 Best Diets ranking. The DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet was designed to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels by limiting fats, red … Continue reading DASH For A Healthy Heart

Silent Assassin Within

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is one of the most serious risks factors for death from heart diseases and strokes. In 2010 hypertension was believed to have been a factor in 18% of all deaths (9.4 million globally). In South Africa more than 1 in 3 adults live with high blood pressure and it is … Continue reading Silent Assassin Within

Comfort Food, Emotional Eating

Comfort Food – Food For Thought!

Emotional eating has become an all too common problem, a problem many of us do not realize we have. Many of us do not realize the extent our emotions can impact on our eating habits. The following article by Mayo Clinic is a start to making one aware of the problem and helping find solutions … Continue reading Comfort Food – Food For Thought!

tuna, heart healthy, fish

In The Swim Of Things – Amazing Benefits Of Tuna Fish

The health benefits of tuna fish include its ability to reduce cardiovascular conditions, stimulate growth and development, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and help in weight loss. Tuna also has the ability to boost the immune system, increase energy, maintain the health of the skin, increase red blood cell count, prevent cancer, protect against various kidney diseases, reduce general … Continue reading In The Swim Of Things – Amazing Benefits Of Tuna Fish

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Stripping Down To The Naked Truth – Strength Training for Young Athletes 

Part 2 Safety, Strength Testing, Growth Plates, and Testosterone In the first installment of this article some myths regarding strength training were debunked, we examined the forces placed on a young athlete through strength training. Through scientific formulas, we demonstrated that the forces placed on an athlete through running, jumping and other athletic movements is … Continue reading Stripping Down To The Naked Truth – Strength Training for Young Athletes 

Seated Cable Pulley Row

Instructions Preparation Sit slightly forward on seat or bench in order to grasp cable V-Bar attachment. Place feet on vertical platform; slide hips back, positioning knees with slight bend. Execution Pull cable V-Bar attachment to your waist while straightening your lower back. Pull your shoulders back and push chest forward while arching back. Return until … Continue reading Seated Cable Pulley Row

‘Help! I’m not losing any weight, but I’m dieting and exercising’

By: Tammy Tredoux - Womens's Wellness Contributor  PART 1 This is a question that I have been asked many times by some of my clients.  Unfortunately the answer is not simplistic.  The body is an amazing machine, however each one works differently.  So to fully understand why you’re packing on the kilos, let’s answer a … Continue reading ‘Help! I’m not losing any weight, but I’m dieting and exercising’