In this post, I’m going to give away two fish recipes. The first one-baked salmon salad. In one of my previous posts, I promised I’d tell how to use some of the food prepared for the dilled salmon and fresh asparagus  the next day. Keeping my promise 🙂 The second recipe is baked halibut with green beans. And remember, all these recipes are about keeping it tasty and healthy. Continue Reading

You’ve decided to lose weight and so you’re getting on a healthy diet. You’ve started exercising…well you’ve done quite a lot. But, there is a way to improve the results of the aforementioned. Nutritionists believe that targeted nutritional supplements can dramatically enhance the effectiveness of the diet and will help you achieve your goals more rapidly. It may be hard to believe that something as simple as taking a few capsules a few times a day can make such a huge difference, but it can. Continue Reading

Schedule it into your day as you would any other appointment. And on days when time is short, do a quick high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout. Peak Fitness HIIT takes 20 minutes to complete a workout (see the details below), but you can also get an effective workout done in seven minutes or even four minutes (ironically, the four-minute Tabata protocol is most challenging of all). Continue Reading

According to a 2012 study published in the journal Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2012 Jul 26;215:59-68), the “secret” to increased productivity and happiness on any given day is a long-term investment in regular exercise.1 And a little each day appears to go further than a lot once or twice a week. Continue Reading