Warm Weather Fitness and Eating Tips
The weather is warming up across the country.
Here are some important tips to avoid “Burning Out” this summer
Atlanta, GA --- Spring and summer are typically the time of year when people who have previously been confined to working out indoors, move outdoors. The scenery is definitely more pleasing outside, but during the summer, higher temperatures and unfamiliar surroundings can make working out dangerous. According to the Center for Disease Control from 1999--2003, a total of 3,442 deaths resulting from exposure to extreme heat were reported. This statistic proves that the heat is a very serious matter.
If you are planning to jump start your workout routine to get the most out of the summer season, it’s important to remember that regular, intense physical activity can deplete your body of essential vitamins and minerals, such as magnesium; especially if your diet is less than balanced during the summer time. Research shows that 7 out of 10 people have a magnesium deficient diet. Magnesium is an essential mineral for your health and, if you are not eating enough magnesium rich foods, such as beans, nuts and vegetables, you may want to consider a dietary supplement like Slow-Mag® Tablets, which combine magnesium and calcium, giving you two important nutrients your body needs. To learn more visit: www.slowmag.com.
When you are shaping up outside, it’s also a good time to make sure that you feel good on the inside. Sometimes engaging in extra activity that you wouldn’t do normally or eating foods that you wouldn’t eat normally can send your body into a state of confusion and trigger uncomfortable reactions. For instance, many times during the summer season we are invited to family events, barbeques, and picnics. Whatever you do this summer you don’t want heartburn or any other problems to get in the way of being active and feeling good. Those who suffer from frequent heartburn can try the number one branded frequent heartburn medication, Prilosec OTC, for tough 24-hour protection. For more information visit: www.prilosecotc.com.
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