good hair nutrition

Good hair nutrition begins with getting enough protein, which is the building block of your hair. Then you need complex carbohydrates to help assemble the proteins for hair growth. Other important vitamins and minerals include B complex, which is associated with energy production and building good hair and skin issues, folic acid, B12, and zinc.

Hair follicles can have low energy levels just like we do.  Therefore, it’s very important that you eat a high protein mean at the start of each day. If you don’t have high cholesterol, try eating red meat twice per week.  It has the protein your hair needs, but also is full of B vitamins, iron and zinc, which are all important for healthy hair.

working out gym or home?

People have been asking me if it’s a great idea to frequent the gym or work out from home. Those of you who are motivated by being with people you know or come to know while working out away from home, a gym may be a better idea than working out at home.  At the gym, you’ll also more of a selection of equipment as well, far more than you’ll have at home.

If you need other services than just weights and equipment, the gym may have just what you need. If you plan to swim a triathlon, you’ll find the swimming pool at the gym to be just what you need to prepare yourself.  Swimming is also a great exercise for your body and cardio, as it will work muscles in your body that you probably didn’t even know you had.

the affairs of the heart

It is easy for us to take our health for granted especially we are that sort who seldom get sick and are on track with our exercise schedule. Couple of years ago, I received news that one of our good friend’s father had died of a heart attack. The late uncle Wong jogged three times a year at the age of sixty though he was also a heavy drinker. I am not surprised that most of us are not familiar with the affairs of our heart and knows little about rapid heart rate and heart facts. To get more information on your heart, why not check out this interactive heart video library?