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Interests: Hi. My name is Joseph. I'm the publisher and administrator of "Living Fit, Healthy and Happy". I earned my degree at a Public Ivy. I write and publish articles under the pen name "healthy_blogging". Additionally, I present guest post articles from authors that I deem to have scientific merit and serve the public interest in promotion of a healthy lifestyle. Living Fit, Healthy and Happy does not provide medical advice of any kind and does not diagnose or treat any condition. If you have a medical question please consult your health care provider. The name "Living Fit, Healthy and Happy" is copyright protected.
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Malva Pudding - South African Dessert Recipe Submitted by: Kit Heathcock Almost every restaurant in Cape Town has Malva Pudding on its dessert menu. It is one of those ubiquitous dishes that one has to side-step diplomatically, as a tour manager organising menus for a week of dinners for clients on walking holidays. If you're not careful you could end up with a gastronomic tour of Cape Town's Malva Puddings! That's not to say that it is not a good dessert choice. It is rich, delicious and indulgent and has to be tasted at least once on a gourmet tour... Continue reading
Posted 37 minutes ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
12 Essential Tips to Add to Your Moving Check List 12 Essential Tips to Add to Your Moving Check List By: Paul Wilson Moving means umpteen things to be done -it is not about just putting things into boxes, taking them to another place, and unpacking there. The more complicated our lives get the more the things to be done before and after moving. To make life easier and less complicated, use a "moving checklist." This will help you move efficiently and methodically. The first thing is to write down simple facts about your destination-what kind of weather, climatic changes,... Continue reading
Cabinet Refacing for Your Kitchen Cabinet Refacing Offers a Quick Pick-Me-Up for Your Kitchen By: Heather Peters Kitchens are one of the most popular rooms in the home and probably the number one room where remodeling can add tremendous value to your property. House flippers will focus a large portion of their budget on the kitchen as it is the biggest draw for house shoppers. What if your kitchen is in need of a face lift but you don't have the major budget of a seasoned house flipper? You can benefit from a strong first impression by simply refacing your... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Looking For A Good Dog Breeder Looking For A Good Dog Breeder By: Alton Hargrave If you are interested in getting a dog, you should be interested in dog breeders. The safest place to get a new dog would be from a dog breeder. That gives you a history or insight of the prospective dog you are interested in. You can find dog breeders in the newspaper or online. If you see a great looking dog in public, you could strike up a conversation with the owner and ask where they got their dog. Try to verify the breeders reputation.... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Get The Fundamentals Right Get The Fundamentals Right By: Kevin Sinclair To succeed in business on the Internet, or in the off-line world, requires an understanding of the fundamentals of business and using them to your advantage. In this article, I will outline what I consider the fundamentals of business success are. Believe in Your Product or Service First, you need to believe in your product or service. If you don't believe in it, you will have a great deal of difficulty selling your product or service to other people. You also need to have confidence in your ability to... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
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by Joseph Did you know that one in three people will suffer from insomnia in their lifetime? Lack of sleep is no joke, quality of life and long term health. Sadly, the chances of suffering from insomnia increase with age. In fact, 40% to 60% of people over the age of 60 years old are insomniacs. People with insomnia tend to experience daytime tiredness, fatigue or sleepiness. This places insomniacs at risk of accidental falls resulting from fatigue. As a CureClick Ambassador, I wanted to tell you about an exciting new study that seeks to reduce insomnia symptoms in elderly... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Picking Furniture for a Nursery Picking Furniture for a Nursery By: Bob Benson Furnishing a nursery can be a wonderful time for an expectant mother. Not only is it fun to prepare for the birth of a baby, but it gives the expectant mother an outlet for those nesting instincts that will soon kick in. A lot of well-meaning people (i.e. parents and in-laws) will convince you that you simply must have certain furniture for your new baby's room. Some of the furniture you will likely consider includes: Bassinette Crib Changing table Dresser Rocking chair Do you need it all?... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
by Jennifer James Cooper Utilizing a sandbag as an exercise device is an extremely flexible training exercise tool that will be made use of to get a full workout for the body in a brief period of time. When you do some uncomplicated exercises, you would be guaranteed to obtain a greatly efficient, whole body workout. Below is a list of the 5 sandbag training exercises you must try: 1. Sandbag Squats- It's just alike to a squat making use of a barbell, but here you use a sandbag in its place. Raise the sandbag to your shoulder, or you... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Take Pride In Your Maternity Swimwear Take Pride In Your Maternity Swimwear By: Christopher Ayu Thousand Now Take Pride In Their Maternity swimwear Who Never Thought They Could. If you're pregnant, first of all, congratulations! You are probably wondering whether or not you'll be able to still do most of the things you enjoyed before you got pregnant. The answer is, of course, yes in most cases. If you used to swim, there is a line of maternity-swim-wear that will give you clothing that will still fit you. This is hugely important, especially when you consider how much your body... Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Betta Fish Betta Fish By: Mike Magnum Keeping and caring for a betta is not difficult. It just takes a little time on your part to research them before you buy them to make sure that you can meet their needs. The betta is a hardy little freshwater fish species that gets to around 2.5 inches in size when fully grown and sports some of the most remarkable colors. Many people keep them in small unfiltered bowls with no heater and no filtration. Seeing how they are kept in stores awaiting sale in those tiny little cups doesn't help matters... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Hanging Curtains? Don't Forget the Rods and Finials! Hanging Curtains? Don't Forget the Rods and Finials! By: Heather Peters Probably one of the most overlooked features of window are the curtain rods and finials. For a lot of people this is the last thing they think about if they've chosen a curtain that covers most (if not all) of the curtain rod anyway. Who cares what it looks like? Well, someday you may fall in love with a curtain style, such as a button tabbed curtain, that prominently displays the rod underneath. You don't want a $2 tin stick beside... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Working the Room and how to do it Working the Room and how to do it By: Will Kintish Let's cover an area of working the room with which people often struggle... the actual moving around the room. Disengaging with one group and breaking into groups. Finally I will cover the bridge process and explain the importance of the follow up after we have met new people. Perhaps you have recently had a chance to meet people at a business networking event or social event, a conference, or seminar and have taken the opportunity to go up to someone standing... Continue reading
Posted Apr 18, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
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by Joseph Cancer. The mere utterance of the word strikes fear and anxiety in the hearts of most people. It robs people of energy, health and life. Scientists have learned much about the disease. Molecular testing indicates that some diverse cancers actually originate from the same genes. This means that if medical scientists were able to put those oncogenes out of commission, the cancer would be less likely to spread. Medical researchers are currently investigating the use of a powerful new drug called Entrectinib which would target specific cancer genes thereby reducing tumor growth. As a CureClick Ambassador, I want... Continue reading
Posted Apr 17, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Educating Your Children: The Home Schooling Option Educating Your Children: The Home Schooling Option By: Colin P An ever growing number of thoughtful parents are concerned about the status of public schools in many cites across North America. At the same time, a good number of families are struggling to make ends meet. They simply do not have excess funds available to send their children to private schools. One solution that many families are embracing is home schooling. With each passing school year, more and more families in North America -- indeed, in many countries around the world -- are... Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
10 Tips For Dining Out Submitted by: Meri Raffetto There is no doubt about it; Americans are eating in restaurants more often than ever before. In 1970 Americans spent just 26% of their food dollars on restaurant meals. Today we spend 46% of food dollars on eating out. This is likely the result of a fast paced lifestyle and more convenience of restaurants. What have also grown are restaurant portion sizes. The average restaurant portion size is large enough to feed three adults! Furthermore, studies have found a direct association between eating out and higher caloric intakes. This is important... Continue reading
Posted Apr 15, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Early Pregnancy Symptoms That Could Help Confirm Your Suspicion Of Pregnancy Early Pregnancy Symptoms That Could Help Confirm Your Suspicion Of Pregnancy By Hannah Bajor Early pregnancy has many symptoms. Read the list below to see what is normal and what is not. Most pregnant women have some symptoms of early pregnancy. On the rare occasion some women have no symptoms at all except for the fact that they miss their menstrual period. Some women are so busy in their lives that they are unaware that their menstrual period was due and forget they did not get their periods. Sometimes... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Make Your Kitchen Cabinets Look Great for Less Make Your Kitchen Cabinets Look Great for Less By: Lee Dobbins Kitchen cabinets are one of the most prominent features in your kitchen. If your cabinets are looking worn or drab, it affects the whole look and feel of your kitchen. The good news is there are several options available to you that can easily update your kitchen with a modern look. Some options are expensive and others are more economical. If you like the cabinet layout and the cabinets are in good condition, refacing or resurfacing your kitchen cabinets may be... Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Goldfish Goldfish By: Mike Magnum The common goldfish has to be one of the most commonly kept species of fish of all time. The goldfish is a very hardy species and can adapt to a wide range of water parameters. All too often though they are kept in bowls or small tanks that are simply inadequate for their long term survival and these small bowls provide for a very poor quality of life. To provide a better quality of life for your goldfish consider keeping them in a 20 gallon tank or larger and add 10 gallons to that for... Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Business Competition Best Practices: Win Loss Research Business Competition Best Practices: Win Loss Research By: Celeste Bishop Frequently I am asked "how do you get information about the competition?" Most people are surprised when I tell them that getting useful competitive intelligence is actually the easiest part of managing successful business competition. One of the best methods to gain valuable competitive intelligence is so simple, straightforward, and productive that I have put it on my list of Business Competition Best Practices: Win Loss Research. The benefits that Win Loss Research routinely delivers include: Increasing your rate of successful wins in... Continue reading
Posted Apr 11, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
by Joseph According to a posting on the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website, Lakeside Foods, Inc. of Manitowoc, Wisconsin has announced that is voluntarily recalling 1,920 packages of 16 ounce Season’s Choice Brand Frozen Peas packed for Aldi, Inc. distributed in 7 states because the product has the potential to be contaminated with the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes. The company said the affected product was distributed in poly bags under the following label codes: Season’s Choice Sweet Peas, Net Weight 16 oz (1 LB) 454 g UPC code 041498164294 Code: DC17038 PLAB6176 BEST BY 08 2018 DC27038 PLAB6176 BEST... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
The Bush Doctrine of Parenting The Bush Doctrine of Parenting By: Mason Duchatschek When George Bush announced the "Bush Doctrine" as a policy of preemptive attacks on terrorists and states that harbor them, citizens lined up both for and against his argument. When it comes to parenting and the dangers facing teens during adolescence, some parents have begun implementing their own version of the "Bush Doctrine" as critics try to make their voices heard as well. Sexual predators targeting children in Internet chat rooms, temptations to drive recklessly and at high speeds, and substance abuse all threaten the lives and... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Healthy Breakfast Guidelines Submitted by: Adrian Joele They often told us since grade school:Start the day with a good breakfast! But while eating breakfast does seem to boast performance in children, it’s not so clear whether it’s equally important for adults. While a number of studies have suggested that skipping breakfast can cause fuzzy thinking and fatigue,some experts say that the evidence is not convincing. Studies on human performance indicate that people who regularly skip breakfast may actually experience an energy slump on occasions when they do eat it.Dr Arthur Frank,MD,medical director of the Obesity Management Program at George Washington... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
From Fatigue to Vitality...The Hormone Connection Submitted by: Varsha Rathod, M.D. From Fatigue To Vitality… The Hormone Health Connection Depression, fatigue, chronic pain, weight gain, and anxiety are among the most common complaints of patients seen in my office. I hear these symptoms described on a daily basis. I often meet patients who are frustrated: they don’t feel well, yet their doctors have drawn labs and ordered tests that have not lead to satisfactory solutions. They can’t find anything wrong, and so they send patients away with a prescription for an antidepressant and the familiar advice that the problem is... Continue reading
Posted Apr 7, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Useful Remodeling Ideas - BEFORE You Get Started! Useful Remodeling Ideas - BEFORE You Get Started! By: Michael Johnson Home remodeling can be done for function or just because the house needs a new look, or a combination of the two. The focus of home remodeling for most homeowners is usually the kitchen or the bathrooms because those are the rooms that add the most value to a home and can become outdated more quickly. Just as in fashion, home décor goes through fads, and typically if bathrooms and kitchens have not been remodeled for ten years or more, it's... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Freshwater Fish for Your Aquarium Freshwater Fish for Your Aquarium By: Mike Magnum Choosing freshwater fish for your aquarium may seem to be a daunting task to the new aquarium keeper. With good reason. There are hundreds of species commonly available at the local fish store and picking out the right species for your setup is a very important process. For the best long term results it is vital to stock your aquarium correctly and not to overstock or stock it with species that don't get on all that well together. Ideally you have the freshwater fish species in mind... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2017 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)