Sunday, February 28, 2010

Losing Weight and Feeling Good With Kosher Vitamins

If you really want to lose weight you probably already know the basics: eat right and exercise. But did you know that taking a multivitamin also helps?

That’s right. When you don’t get all the necessary vitamins, your body will make you hungry to try to obtain those essential nutrients. When taking a multivitamin, your body is satiated with the nutrients it needs, and while this doesn’t mean that you should eat less, it does mean that you will be less hungry. Kosher vitamins are really helpful if you want to lose weight but aren’t getting the results you want.

Not only that, but taking a multivitamin will help you feel better. During the winter, when you may not be getting the sunlight you need, a multivitamin gives you that necessary Vitamin D, a vitamin many Americans are greatly deficient in. There are many other vitamins that are beneficial that you may not realize you don’t consume. Taking a multivitamin as a dietary kosher supplement is a great way to ensure prime physical well being.

So visit today to start feeling better – whether you want to lose weight, shape your diet, or just be happier, a multivitamin will help you achieve your goal!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Sporting Fun with Kosher Vitamins: Tips for Healthy Living

I’m a big fan of Kosher vitamins, and I take Vitamin C tablets every day to keep my immune system strong and able to ward off coughs and colds. I also take kosher Vitamin A tablets, which help control my acne, and plenty of kosher Vitamin D during the long winter when there’s more snow, cloud and rain than sun. I’m a big believer in combining vitamins and supplements with exercise – preferably in the form of team sports.

I’ve played badminton since I was a child, and while my friends have the perception that the sport doesn’t offer much of a workout (because their way of playing badminton is to not run for the shuttlecock when it’s a little out of reach), I always leave the court hot and sweaty.

Quick feet are needed to be a good badminton player: you have to be able to race from the back of the court to the front of the court to hit that shuttlecock that’s dropping sneakily over the net.

And that's not all! I run for 45 minutes each night to give me the endurance and stamina to get through a long match, and do sprints to make sure I have the aerobic energy that’s needed to get through those fast rallies where you can’t miss a beat.

I also lift weights to build up the strength in my arms; strong biceps are a must for those all-important overhead smashes. Smashes have got to be powerful so you can drive the shuttlecock into the court and win the point.

Badminton is a fun way to keep fit – and best of all, because it’s an indoor sport, I can play it through those long and gloomy winter months. So give it a try! Take plenty of kosher supplements and kosher vitamins and go out there and play! Now that's healthy living.

Friday, February 19, 2010

The Virtues of Fish and Kosher Vitamins

Fish has many virtues. It tastes great, is versatile, and best of all, it’s high in Omega 3 fatty acids. Scientific studies have shown that Omega 3 fatty acids, which are naturally found in fish like salmon, mackerel, herring, anchovies and sardines, as well as flaxseed and some nuts, have a whole host of health benefits.

An intake of Omega 3 fatty acids can help reduce inflammation and pain and lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack and stroke, and breast, colon and prostate cancer. Fish oil can also give you better brain function and help improve your memory, and make you feel happier: studies have shown that fish oil fatty acids can help reduce depression, bipolar disorder and seasonal affective disorder symptoms.

There are loads of Kosher vitamins you can take to make sure you get your share of fatty acids and essential oils. Many chewable varieties are available, and these usually have fruity or lemony flavors.

If you’re not keen on taking Kosher supplements, enjoy the health benefits of fish the old-fashioned way: by eating it. Try pan-frying some salmon in an Asian-style soy sauce, vinegar, honey, ginger, garlic and sesame seed marinade. Or for something refreshing and zesty—and completely healthy—bake some mackerel with tomatoes, basil leaves and lemon juice.