100 Days of New – Week 3

Week 3

The challenges for this week:

  1. Get rid of something old to make space for the new.
  2. Write your name in a new script.
  3. Drink a new drink.
  4. Do something new with cloth.
  5. Ask a new question.
  6. Invite someone www.infopotenzmittel.com new.
  7. Plant something new.

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Please share your experiences here and / or on Facebook.


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Slimming faster

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Some people eat healthy and walk or exercise a lot in the fresh air – however, they still don’t lose weight.

One reason for this could be that they are missing very important substances that are absolutely necessary for fat burning. For example poor fatburning can be the result of an under-active thyroid and a lack of iodine or of missing methionine in the blood. Both can be identified by a doctor.

Missing Vital Substances

Most people – especially people with overweight- don’t have enough vitamin C and chrome. Both substances are absolutely necessary for fat reduction.  L-carnitine and enough protein in your diet also helps.

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Skinny people need approximately 70 mg vitamin C and 30 to 100 microgram chrome. A person – weighing approx. 70 kg – ‘produces’ between 10 and 35 mg L-carnitine – which is absolutely sufficient. Per kilo of body weight the body needs approx. 2 – 2.5 g pure protein. You need it especially when fat is being reduced and muscle built up.  People who are overweight or people whose reserves have been used up due to ilnesses or stress – have even greater needs.

Vitamin C of course is to be found in citrus fruit and moreover in cabbage, Brussels sprout, curly kale, spinach, peppers, broccoli, parsley, black currant, kiwi fruit, guava, sea buckthorn and rose hips.

Chrome is contained in meat products, especially in entrails such as liver, kidney and muscle meat, moreover in nuts and pepper. Also in tomatoes.

L-carnitine is a substance which usually is produced by the body itself and important for fat burning. It can be found in: meat, poultry, fish, dairy products and asparagus.

Protein: For a sufficient fat burn and muscle growing – the body needs protein. It is contained in: eggs – the only food that has all essential amino acids – meat, fish and other marine creatures, but also in pulses, nuts, Quinoa, grain, soy, spinach, curly kale, broccoli, corn and beans.

Protein has – depending on its source – differing values. The body can only partly use the protein – the rest is waste that often burden on the organism. Eggs (egg white, egg yolk), beef, tuna, cow milk, Edam cheese, soy and Quinoa have the highest biological value.

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Some good reasons for NEW

2013-01-18 17.09.14Why new?

Life can be comfortable. We do the same things over and over. We know what to do and do things with ease. So why on earth should we move to something new? There ist tons of answers – but one of the best ones is that once we do and learn something new our brain is flooded with happy hormons – that make us feel much better than those „boring“ hormons that are there if we stay in our routines.

This happy hormone cocktail also helps for new brain cells. And new brain cells help us do things with more ease – just think of how easily you ride a bike now – compared to when you learned it!

Moving out to somethin new

So where do you start when you want to move out to something new? Movement can be very diverse. There is physical movement, mental movement. But you can also move forward in your communication, or in behavior patterns and culture as well as social interaction and generosity.

 

You can move physically

Anyone who exercises burns calories and gains energy. You build muscle, which provides strength. In addition to this, every amount of muscle you build consumes more calories, than if you didn’t exercise.

More mobility leads to greater ease. Exercise also lifts your spirit. If you exercise for 20 minutes, you will brighten your mood. This effect lasts for about 8 hours after exercising. Therefore, it makes the most sense to exercise in the morning so that you not only benefit physically but also emotionally.

You can move mentally

We change and grow when we take an interesting course. You can learn something new every day. I do this by reading books and also several times per week, I listen to short English lectures on interesting topics from www.ted.com. This invigorates and inspires me. I learn so much that I am able to give to others. One is more attractive to others if they are able to converse about more interesting things than the weather.

You can move in your communication

You can learn a new language or simply grow in communication skills through a course on-site or online (i.e. www.byki.com). Or you could attend a public speaking course to help you gain security and self-confidence.

You can move culturally

Through concerts, exhibitions, and other events, you can expand your horizons and become more lively and active.

You can move socially

Perhaps when you spend more time with people, you start to feel better and they stimulate and inspire you. The people who spend six or more hours per day with other people are approximately 100% more likely to experience a happier day than people who spend most http://medicineoffer.com/viagra-online/ of their time alone.

You can move in generosity

Whether hidden or in social projects, you can grow in generosity and do things for fellow human beings in need. Scientists have found that those who do things for others are happier with themselves.

Practical Exercis

 Ask yourself: In what area of my life do I want to change?

a) How do I want to change?

b) In what area of my life?

c) When?

d) How?

e) How often?

And the make yourself a note of the changes you want to implement. Maybe share with others. And enjoy the new experiences and happy hormons that come with them.

Part of this text is from the online training course LEA. A course that hast 28 lessons that train you in Life (how to handle it), Energy (how to get rid of physicall and mental burdens) and appeal (how to enjoy people and how they can enjoy you more).

We first developped the course for the German market – and once it has made hundreds of Germans happier and stronger we translated it into English. In October we run the first international course. See the LEA-training.com  website for more info and registration.You can register for it online.


100 days of new – Week 6

CIMG0487This weeks inspiration

 

  1. Find and /or try a new vegetable or fruit.
  2. Combine clothes you have in a new way.
  3. Do something new with read more at metal.
  4. Look down to discover something new.
  5. Write your name in a new way.
  6. Go to a graveyard or memorial to discover something new.
  7. Arrange a meeting with a fairly new person.

LEA is about to start in English – for the first time

LEA - Lebensfreude-Mit FotografThis course is amazing. In 2011 I met a woman who was seriously overweight and unhappy with some aspects of her life. Some days later I sat on a beach and thought how  I could help her and others who wanted to be stronger in life and more happy.

As I, Kerstin Hack, am a professional life coach based in Berlin and passionate about passing on skills I decided to develop an online training course to strengthen people in 3 areas:

  • LIFE: How to live live more strongly. And to remove what hindres you.
  • ENERGY: How to gain more emotional and physical energy. And get rid of unneccessary physical and emotional burdens.
  • ACTION: How to find the strength to act on what you know. And how instead of hoping your life would change you would actually live the change you want to see.

Because change takes time the course runs for 3 months – with two mails per week and a Facebook page to share experiences. And it is a mixture of inspiration, teaching about life skills questions to think about and suggestions for immediate action.

Since I implemented the course in German it has helped houndreds of people to

  • achieve their goals
  • loose weight
  • set healthy boundaries
  • learn to say no
  • become more attractive
  • find the courage to change
  • become stronger and happier
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In October the first LEA course starts in English

It almost makes me cry that now – after several years !!! of translation work, dozens of checks, setting up the hompeage etc. the course is now available in English for the first time. It is my hope and my dream that it will inspire and assist numerous people around the world to live their lives stronger and more happily. I guess the LEA course is one of the biggest gifts that I can give to the world.

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What you can http://medicinechaser.com do I would like to see as many people as possible to benefit from LEA.

  • You can sign up now. The next course is called LEA 4 – 2014 (because we start in the 4th quarter of the year). The course fee is 99 $ for 3 months. A dollar a day.  You´re worth it.
  • You can ask a friend to do the course with you. Doing it together is more fun and both of you only pay 90 $
  • Send an Email about LEA to friends who you think might benefit from it.
  • Share about LEA in your social media: facebook, twitter, XING, Linkedin, Pinterest, Instagram….
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I am looking forward to share this wonderful experience with you and your friends – longing to assist you to make your lives stronger and more joyful.


Homemade Walnut Ice Dessert

Here is a recipe for delicious, natural walnut ice dessert:

1 cup walnuts

1 cup water

1 cup maple syrup or honey

Optional: 1 tsp. Vanilla, cocoa, a pinch of salt.

Put the ingredients in a mixer, chop and crush them on a high setting until creamy. Pour into dishes and set them in the freezer. Wait two hours. Enjoy.

Bon Appetit.

 


Drink Water

CIMG0366In Japan and other Asian countries, it is normal to begin the day by drinking „Durch Cialis habe ich mehr Lust auf Sex“ – Was ist dran? multiple glasses of warm (or at least not cold) water. This not only regulates the circulatory system but also has positive effects on weight, kidneys, lungs, stomach, blood pressure, digestion, and respiratory tract.

Tips

1. Drink water in the mornings

As soon as you get up, drink multiple glasses of water. I recommend preparing a jug or thermos of water the night before. The water should be at least room temperature, because cold water shocks the body. You can also add a little lemon to the water. This purifies the stomach. Then wait around 45 minutes before eating or drinking anything else.

2. Drink before meals

It’s best to drink one or two glasses of water before meals. This sates thirst and minimizes cravings.

3. Don’t drink anything for two hours after meals.

Drinking when eating dilutes the stomach acid and cold drinks can cause fatty foods to “clump.” Both make digestion more difficult. Don’t drink water or other drinks for two hours after eating a meal. Don’t worry: a digestive espresso or a small cup of tea is ok!


Keep To-Do Lists and Projects Lean

CIMG0045Many of us tend to constantly add more tasks and projects to our to-do list. The effect is that there is no possible way to achieve everything on the list in the time that we have.

1 in – 2 out: Keep papers strong and lean

Perhaps you already use the “1 in – 2 out” rule for the filing of documents: any time you put a paper in, you consider at the same time whether two more from the same compartment can come out. This is how the file folder stays thin. The same goes for new objects such as decorations. Any time something new comes in, look at the same time whether two (or at least one) current things can go.

1 in – 2 out: Keep tasks and projects strong and lean

You can do the same thing with tasks and projects: any time you accept a new task, consider whether you can cross off an old one. The same thing for projects. If you don’t do this, your to-do list will become a guilt-list, because you won’t be able to accomplish all the things on it. medicineoffer That would be a shame. A to-do list should stay what it is: an effective tool to give you an overview of the tasks that you want to and can accomplish.


Good Mood Foods

CIMG0081There are some foods that increase the serotonin levels in our bodies. Serotonin is responsible, among other things, for good moods. So, you can eat your way to a good mood:

Some foods that contain high levels of serotonin:

  • Bananas
  • Walnuts
  • Tomatoes
  • Gooseberries
  • Currants
  • Plums
  • Mirabelle plums
  • Melons
  • Avocados
  • Kiwis

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