My fun corner about health, diet and training tips

It comes with health risks. Welding comes with potential health hazards that you should protect yourself from. (Photo Credits: DVIDSHUB, cc: Some Rights Reserved)

How to remain healthy while pursuing a career in welding

Staying safe while welding is very important because the job carries a lot of health hazards for the worker. Whether you are doing it as a hobby or a profession, the multitude of health risks it carries should keep the welder on its toes in ensuring that he remains protected from these potential medical conditions.
One of the greatest health investments you can ever make as a welder is to get yourself the best welding helmet you can afford as this will protect your eyes, your face, as well as respiratory functions from dangerous light and chemicals that you will get exposed to everyday.

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Put your mind behind your muscle

Implement mindfulness skills Scan yourself. Move your mind across your body to get a good image of yourself, and observe how you feel before you start tackling your workout. Set your goals. Prior to a specific workout, take note of what you intend to accomplish. Don’t let negative thoughts rule you. Be indifferent to negative thoughts. Don’t empower them and don’t try to suppress them. View them as temporary. Be in the moment. Take delight in the exercise you’re doing by thinking about how the grass feels under your feet as you run, how beautiful the surroundings are or how amazing your legs are to be doing what they’re doing. Meditate. Before training, sit quietly for five or 10 minutes. Breathe deeply for eight seconds, let your belly inflate, hold for a few seconds, exhale for eight seconds and let your belly deflate. Do this 10 times. Focus on your breathing.

Did you know? Raw veggies are higher in
resistant starch than hot, cooked ones. For
a mega dose of RS, try snacking on raw
sweet potato sticks instead of carrots.

The Super Starch

What Does a Bean Salad have in common with a green Banana? The answer is resistant starch, and a lot of it. If you’ve never heard the term Resistant Starch (RS), you’re not alone. These days, in our carbophobic society, many of us spend more time fearing starches than we do understanding their nutrient power potential. When it comes to healthful starches, RS is no BS. This type of indigestible starch (a large complex carbohydrate used by plants to store energy) has been shown in many human studies to benefit digestive health, as well as manage appetite, improve insulin sensitivity, lower blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels, improve satiation, and lower colon cancer risk. These benefits can translate to a healthier, even slimmer body, and make resistant starch a powerful weapon in your fitness-boosting meal plans.

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Fat is Amazing !

While the traditional advice was to reduce daily fat intake when attempting to lose body-fat, contemporary research (usually misunderstood by social media) now suggests that fat intake should actually be increased during a weight-loss program. In this article, I outline the basic types of dietary fat we typically consume each day,

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Veggie Good

Encourage the kids to eat their greens. Help is on the way with our 10 fun ideas! Maybe your kids will eat more vegetables after you give them these dished. True stories !
Encourage the kids to eat their greens. Help is on the way with our 10 fun ideas!

  1. Turning Japanese Color plays an important role in keeping your kid’s appetite going. No one enjoys munching on something dark, bland, and boring. The solution? Extra colorful bites like vegetable sushi! Use cucumbers, bell peppers, carrots, sweet potatoes, and asparagus for a pop of color.