Over the last few months I have been constantly searching through this website and finding out some great information about what different types of foods are good for.
It has really made me think about what I'm eating and has really interested me to find out more.
On the website it has some great healthy recipies and the ones I have tried so far tasted yum!
If you would like to check it out click here -> http://whfoods.org/
Let me know what you think : )
Sunday, March 7, 2010
uses moist heat - therefore cannot attain as high temperatures as saunas
around 40 degrees
can benefit asthma, allergies, bronchitis
relief from muscle and joint tension
blood circulation improvement
uses dry heat
- 60-80 degrees
- having a high body temperature detoxifies your body by killing the bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses
- strengthens the immune system
- improve blood circulation
I guess it depends what benefits you are looking to receive, but I'm still not sure which I prefer?
I think I will use the steam room if I have a cough but I think the higher temperature of the sauna benefits you more.
Which one do you prefer?
If you would like to find out more information about saunas and steam rooms click here
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Considering I never even was awake in time to have breakfast this seems like a pretty good way to start my day, I get:
- one serve of fruit
- 60% of my fibre intake for the day
- omega 3 - from linseeds
It tastes amazing and who could ever get sick of Sex and the City. I've seen every episode multiple times but still can't get enough.