How do I put this to you girls?
It’s gotta be real, otherwise, what’s the use. If you’re doing a half-hearted exercise session lasting no longer than ten minutes, and for only two or three days of the week, and you’re not doing much about your high fat, sodium and sugar late night eating habits, how the heck are you supposed to lose weight, darlinks?
It’s true what they say; yes, you can exercise for just ten minutes a day, more than three times a week, but it’s got to be hard-core high intensity workouts. This gets your cardiovascular levels up and then just weight, I mean, wait for those pounds to start melting off like hot butter seeping through your late night salty TV popcorn.
Dieting with real juice
Dieting with real juice has to be, well real. Those energy drinks down at your local supermarket stores and corner cafes, ditch them. They’re even worse than sodas. You want to know why? Well, yeah, alright then. Let me explain. It’s a well known fact that your favorite sodas are loaded with white, processed sugar.
At least the soda world giants had the decency to provide us with sugar free and caffeine free alternatives. How nice of them. As it turns out, there’s still chemicals in those besotted cool drinks. There’s plenty of electrolytes in your energy drinks, and research has gone on to prove that these supposedly healthy sports drinks have even more sugar in it than your fave sodas.
So, there you have it. Switch your thirst quencher to real fruit juice girls. Real fruit juice does have sugar in it, but these are your natural sugars which are pretty healthy for us and are good for boosting up our energy levels during those hard, sweaty exercise sessions. It’s got no chemicals in it either.
And it’s all loaded with minerals, vitamins and other enriching ingredients that are good for all aspects of the body that needs continuous growth and revitalizing. Dieting with real juice helps you to lose weight too. Have a good juice shake during and after and in-between meals as well. The antioxidants contained therein are fat busters and help to stave off those hunger pangs you’re still feeling for another cheesy, salty or sugary snack.
And here’s my right from the heart take on my jazzy and authentic juicing habits. Pretty much all fruit and vegetables are good for you, so it matters not so much what variety and how much you squeeze into your juicer at any one time. What I like about today’s juicing opportunities is that folks who never liked vegetables, or fruit, much before, can now blend in potent ingredients to give their new shakes the perfect concoction of flavors that appeal to them the most.
So, if you’ve got a particularly sweet tooth, you can have your berries and juice them. The berry family is one proud family indeed. It is said that it has the richest variety of antioxidants among all fruits. If you like a bit of a kick up the butt with spicy flavors, you can mix your avo smoothies with decadent spices.
Just make sure that you don’t get too carried away with spices. They may be very good for you, but too much of a good thing can give your heart and digestive system a bit of a bother. I’m lucky in that I pretty much enjoy everything, the healthy things, I mean, so I’m in a good position to make and treat myself to something different every day, six or seven times a day.
Exercising with real juice
Mix your liquid replenishments well when you do your hard-core workouts. Save up a neat volume of liquid refreshments for your long and leisurely weekend trip-outs. It’s all healthy and nice. But, really, it’s good for boosting your energy levels for before and during your workouts. It’s also good for restoring lost energy after your workouts too.
During your weekend mountain hikes, it cools you off nicely too. To keep you going before your next meal, you can pack in a dessertful smoothie or two.