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LICENSE TO EAT ICE CREAM!
by Jay Chatterjee & Roshmi Raychaudhuri



The luscious, absolutely sinful "Old-fashioned Chocolate Ice Cream" is my favorite. It's recipe calls for 750ml double cream, 150 grams sugar, 4 oz plain chocolate and 4 egg yolks, ingredients which would normally find place in a health magazine under the "Foods to Avoid" category.

Yes, there is a way that you can have the license to eat it! Read on!

Astounding as it may seem, we never give up looking for that impossible dream! Passive exercise, foods that melt fat and blubber away, the overnight transformation from rotundity to a shape that rivals Kate Moss'!

Unfortunately, it can't happen. "Unless you are exercising your muscles, you are not expending energy," says William McArdle, PhD, a professor emeritus at Queens College and a nationally recognized expert on exercise and weight loss.
"And if you're not expending energy, you won't lose weight. It's as simple as that."

Weight control is only one of the benefits of exercise. Regular workouts can strengthen your heart, bolster your immune system, lower your blood pressure, and reduce your risk of diabetes. Exercise will also reduce your stress, improve your mood, boost your energy, and help you to sleep.

A recent Harvard University study of 72,000 women found that three hours of brisk walking every week cut the risk of heart disease by 40 percent. A similar study of 2,700 elderly men in Hawaii found that those who walked 1.5 miles or more per day were only half as likely to develop heart trouble as men who seldom walked.

"Inactivity" is the real name for many so-called diseases of aging. And many of these can be controlled by exercise. For instance, fat around the middle can promote Type 2 diabetes by hampering the body's response to insulin. Aerobic exercise, however, if practiced consistently, can help control and prevent type 2 diabetes.

The risk of arthritis is heightened by obesity and lack of exercise. Extra weight puts stress on the joints. So, if you are overweight and suffer from unceasing joint pains, consult your doctor, as you may have osteoarthritis. It's important to get the assistance of professionals to help you naturally lose weight. You can start by visiting the website of this doctor, who has received threats for revealing scientific, and very effective, weight-loss techniques. Her slim figure proves her weight loss technique works! Visit weight loss magic to learn her secrets and view an amazing video! 

 

In cases of arthritic pain where medication is required, Synflex Glucosamine treatment can prove very effective, especially when combined with regular exercise.

In addition, walking, jogging, dancing, and other weight-bearing exercises can help ward off osteoporosis by building bone strength in your spine and joints. And because exercise improves strength and balance, such exercises can also help prevent the falls that lead to broken bones.

Lifting weights is an excellent way to avoid bone and muscle loss, but the cornerstone of most senior fitness programs is aerobic exercise. It's benefits start with the heart. Regular workouts not only strengthen the heart muscle but will also help reduce hypertension and lower high cholesterol, the two major causes of heart disease.

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To prevent strain on your heart, and injuries to your muscles, combine low-intensity warm-up exercises followed by five to 10 minutes of slow stretching before doing anything more vigorous. A set of exercises, like the Tibetan Technique, that pumps oxygen into your system and works your lungs and heart without putting undue stress on your joints constitutes the perfect routine.

Supplement this daily regimen, if possible, with a short, 20 minute walk.

Before starting any exercise program, you should check with your doctor, and ask what heart rates you should target while exercising. Whatever activity you choose, try to maintain your target heart rate for at least 20 minutes several times each week. (Doing so once every day would be best.)

If you, like me, love ice cream, you have a strong incentive to exercise regularly. In the best-case scenario, you will wind up trim and healthy, without the pain of denying yourself your favorite dessert.

On the other side of the coin, even if the perfect shape eludes you, a healthier body, higher energy level and a more relaxed outlook are well within your reach.

And as you look and feel younger by the day, staying in shape will become it's own reward. You'll feel better about yourself! Don't forget to congratulate yourself, you've found the Tibetan Technique, the next best thing to the fountain of youth.

And, as an added bonus, you can treat yourself to ice cream without worrying about how it will look on your hips.

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About the Authors:
Jay Chatterjee, a Chartered Accountant and ex-Corporate Banker, lives in Canada. 
Roshmi Raychaudhuri is a business-woman residing in India. They have shared a longstanding and keen interest in the effects of natural therapies. On a trip to the Himalayan foothills, they came across an ancient anti-aging and body rejuvenation system based on stimulation of the hormonal glands. They have put this information on their website for the world to share.
If this subject interests you please visit their website.

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