Please keep in mind that, even though certain foods a significantly better choice than others, they are not by definition without calories and something you can eat in huge amounts. An example: Students oats (unsalted nuts and raisins) is a healthier choice than salted chips. Chips are high in unhealthy fats, salt and various artificial additives while students oats contain healthy fats and is a relatively unprocessed product without artificial additives. But 100 grams of oats still contains 490 kcal and 100 grams chips 545 kcal! So don’t fool yourself and moderate your healthy choices as well!
Too tired to workout? Fatigue can cause cravings, especially for sugar and your sense of saturation can get confused. You may think you’re hungry, but you really just need to rest. Also, the distinction between hunger and thirst is hard to make when you’re tired. The tip: Try to maintain your normal eating pattern as much as possible. And first drink a large glass of water when you think you’re hungry. Trust me, it helps!
Many people suffer from lower back pain, sometimes radiating to hip and buttock, legs or even neck and shoulders. The causes of lower back pain can be diverse, such as a herniated disc. In many cases, it’s a combination of improper posture and weak musculature that causes symptoms. Working in an office all day doesn’t help. Tips for exercising with lower back pain.
The three main components of your diet are carbohydrates, proteins and fats. In particular, in recent years there seems to be a kind of massive fear to emerge for carbohydrates. The myth of the carbohydrates: it would make you gain weight and it would be unhealthy for you. Is bread making you fat?