1Zumba Garden

Thanks for our readers and followers from everywhere, especially our new ones from the US, the UK, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Ireland, Portugal, Belgium, n Australia 😉

A question about healthy habits came to us last week, and we prepared few tips for our 1Zumba friend about it.

hlth2How should you invest in your health? It’s very important question, and there are many answers to it, but the best one I liked was this one.

How about your moods? Oh! You need some self-love boosts to get to the best mood ever instantly.

Energy: here.

hlth3Get all the fitness you need here.

Then, how to energize my brain:
http://www.fitbrains.com/blog/wakeup-brain-tips/

As for our recommendations for getting your fresh produce; we see that all these amazing veggies are the healthiest ever! Enjoy:

Squash/ Zucchini: One of the best proven ways to fight bloated abdomen, or constipation is using one or two squash or Zuccinis once a day steamed with your meals.

Lemon for your protection: The lemon has many useful use, the most important one is that it cleans your stomach. It should be there in every house  all the time. It is perfect for colds when hot. It’s used as an appetizer for those who do not have appetite for eating regularly. Also, it kills any bad bacteria or germs that penetrate your body.

Cinnamon for your Complexion: Cinnamon is packed with antioxidants — substances that fight skin damage. “Cinnamon has more antioxidant value  than half a cup of blueberries,” says nutritionist K. Glassman. For an easy antioxidant boost, sprinkle half a teaspoon of cinnamon on your coffee grounds before brewing.

hlthGarlic for your Hair: Garlic may be a killer for your breath, it’s a lifesaver for thin hair.
Your hair follicle needs nutrients to produce thick, healthy hair.  Foods that are high in cysteine, an amino acid found in garlic, can help reinvigorate your follicles, says Dr. Wu. “Cysteine molecules are linked together in a strong sequence of disulfide bonds,” she explains, “which gives your hair its strength.”

Green Tea for Sun Protection: Green tea has a high concentration of catechins, which have strong anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-aging effects on skin. Says Wu, “Topical green tea can also help thicken the epidermis, speed the healing of wounds, and inhibit an enzyme in your skin that causes uneven pigmentation, which means fewer sun spots.”

Hot Peppers to Fight Wrinkles: Hot peppers like chili, paprika, cayenne, and jalapeño do more than put your taste buds on alert — they also defend your skin. “Vitamins A and C in peppers help combat free radicals, preventing the breakdown of collagen to maintain the integrity of our skin,” says Marti Wolfson, the culinary director at Blum Center for Health in Rye Brook, N.Y. The colorful peppers also contain capsaicin, which acts like a sunscreen to shield skin from damage caused by UV rays.

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My dear 1Zumba friends, you can feel free to ask us any question, about health or about anything else.

We cherish your questions and comments. We are glad to answer some of your questions, and choose some veggies from our 1Zumba Garden  😉

Tomorrow, it will be a big day for our fresh newsletter, so until then wish you all the best, and see you tomorrow guys  😉

Love you all  😉

 

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