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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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Trenchless Pipe Replacement: Underground Pipe Replacement With Minimal Digging By Juanita Swindell The drain pipe that runs beneath the ground if often subjected to several harsh elements without us being aware of it. While you can insulate the pipes inside homes to ensure they do not freeze up during winters, the ones that run underground are often neglected as we are unable to see them. However, they are also constantly in contact with underground water, mud and several other chemicals found beneath the surface. This makes them exceptionally susceptible to early rusting which can make them brittle and cause breakages.... Continue reading
Posted 4 hours ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
What To Consider When Adopting A Dog By Jeffrey Kinseth To adopt a dog is an enormous commitment. Many people purchase puppies and then they realize that they need to be potty trained, they can be destructive, and they need to be walked several times a day. Puppies can be horrible holiday gifts for new dog owners because many people are unaware of the responsibility and work they require. Many puppies go off to the pound because the puppy had an accident and the owners had no time to take the dog out and to provide the attention puppies need.... Continue reading
To Invest in a Qualified Business Plan is a Fundamental Strategy By: Elsa Hedenberg Before you start reading any arguments about why you should have a super professional Business Plan for your new venture, you might as well first take a look at those lean statistics. Only 400 out of 40.000 new ventures are funded by Venture Capitalists (VCs). Only about 4.000 ideas reach the pre-business plan stage. Only 400 entrepreneurs have available some kind of business plan. Only 40 out of them receive some funding by business angels or any other sources. Statistics also tell us that there is... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
by Joseph I did not go to the gym this week, but that didn't stop me from doing cardio and functional strength workouts. Here is a summary of what I did: Stairclimbing Dips Inclined Pushups Snow Shoveling I have an iron gym workout bar that I used for my functional strength training exercises; this inexpensive piece of equipment is a must have for times when you want to srength train at home, on business trips or vacations. I did the dips and inclined pushups between stairclimbing sets. Most of you are probably recovering from the winter storm that has made... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Getting Started With Biking: Tips for Heavy Cyclists By Joan Bishop Denizot Riding a bicycle outdoors is a great exercise if you are a bit overweight. Because cycling is a low impact exercise, it does not strain your joints as is experienced among joggers and runners. Cycling is a good option to exercise particularly if you want to do it at your own pace. Should you want to shed off those excess pounds, you might want to remember and do the following tips. Determination to Pursue Cycling. It is normal to be hesitant to get on that bike and worry... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Foil Dinner Recipes That Everyone Is Loving Right Now By Adrian T. Cheng Preparing dinner for the entire family doesn't have to be too much hard work, especially when you don't have enough time on some days. If you don't have the luxury of time but still want to prepare a fulfilling dinner, why not go for a foil dinner? It's super easy to prepare and the best part is, no clean up required after! Try these popular foil dinner recipes: Hawaiian Chicken Extravaganza What you need: 1 kilogram chicken breast, chopped 2 cups rice of your choice, cooked 2... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Type 2 Diabetes - High Blood Pressure in the Lungs Linked With Diabetes By Beverleigh H Piepers Blood leaving the heart via the arteries supplies oxygen to the cells throughout the body and picks up carbon dioxide. It returns from its tour of the body in the veins, from where it goes through the right side of the heart. The right side of the heart pumps blood through to the pulmonary artery to the lungs, where it picks up oxygen and begins its trip again. When blood pressure in the pulmonary artery is too high, it is called pulmonary hypertension.... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
The Mechanics Behind Slab Leaks By Juanita Swindell Slab leaks, also known as under-slab leakages, are more common than most people realize. The majority of the population likes to believe that their homes are their castles, and that they are safe and sound when in their homes. There are many things that can go wrong even at home, however, and having your house slowly sink into the ground is one of them. Houses sit safely at ground level because, even though they rest on top of relatively soft soil and dirt, a concrete slab foundation is laid as the very... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Tips For Bath Time Fun With Your Pets By Sharon Jones Pets hate baths, period. There may be some dogs that could come to love bathing, but then again they are quite rare. There is nothing worse than a bath for your pets. Most doggies simply hate getting wet. Although bathing is a big problem for your puppy, there are some ways to make your puppy fall in love with the entire process of bathing. Here are some tips for turning the disastrous bathing time into a pleasure time for your dog: Invest in pet-friendly products The worst thing you... Continue reading
Posted Jan 9, 2019 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
The Do's and Don'ts of Cash Management By: Bronwen Roberts Working capital is a highly effective barometer of a company's operational and financial efficiency and effectiveness. The better its condition, the better placed the company is to focus on developing its core business. The early, primitive attempts at maximizing cash management can be traced back to the late 1970s. Unbelievably, there are still some companies who haven't yet understood that putting cash trapped in the balance sheet to better use can give them a competitive edge over their rivals. A most recent report shows a further reduction of working capital... Continue reading
Posted Jan 8, 2019 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
by Joseph I did not get to the gym last week, so I did cardio. I did lots of stair climbing and this kept me from becoming sedentary during the holiday season. I miss my heavy lifting so I'm looking forward to getting back to the gym. I'll be doing the standing barbell overhead press with Olympic bar at the same weight I have recently. Heavy lifting is fun and healthy for me. I'll keep you posted. But even if you should suffer for what is right, you are blessed. "Do not fear what they fear ; do not be... Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2019 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
How to Cycle Safely on a Busy Road By Joan Bishop Denizot The road to fitness is from the road itself. Bicycling or bike-riding is steadily increasing in popularity as a mode of transportation when going to school, office or work and as a means of recreation. It also opened for many opportunities for sports enthusiasts to showcase their strength and stamina in cycling competitions or bike races. Many of the conducted studies on the benefits of cycling show that a regular routine of riding the bicycle helps reduce various health risks and problems due to our unhealthy lifestyle. First,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2019 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
3 Fuss-Free Slow Cooker Desserts That You Can't Afford To Miss By Adrian T. Cheng Many people say that cooking food using a slow cooker is the easiest way to do it. You can absolutely cook anything using your crock pot, including scrumptious sweet treats. Like any other dish that is slow cooked, a crock pot will bring out the flavors of your ingredients and blend it perfectly! Try these fuss-free slow cooker dessert recipes now: Crockpot Caramel Cake What you need: 3 eggs 2 cups yellow cake mix 1 1/2 cups water 1 cup International Delight Creamer (Caramel Macchiato)... Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2019 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Eating - Should You Eat Pasta? By Beverleigh H Piepers One question many people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes who are looking to control their blood sugar levels and lose weight, is whether or not they should include pasta in their eating plan on a regular basis. Is pasta a "safe" carb to consume? Your gut instinct may be to say no. So, is this a fact? Here's what to know... 1. The Calorie Content Of Pasta. The reason you often hear pasta should not be consumed when following a weight loss plan is it... Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2019 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
What You Should Know About Sink and Faucet Repairs By Juanita Swindell Sink faucets that are installed in washrooms and the kitchen are usually very heavy-use fixtures and over a period of time are likely to spring a leak or even break down. The internal parts are made of rubber and tend to wear out. The o-rings and the washers are the first ones to go, the seats come next and in some cases the stem may need replacement as well. The resultant leaks may come from the joints and the water will leak out onto the counter. Do Not... Continue reading
Posted Jan 3, 2019 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Considerations in Choosing a Dog By Liudas Justin Choosing a pet is for some a simple thing, while for others a more than a serious endeavor. Usually, the pick of the pet can be based on location, family situation, intent, are there children, or various other factors. Where it gets complicated, or intense, is when one has to take into consideration potential health issues. And one of the more relevant issues is the propensity for hip problems. Certain breeds are more likely to develop joint issues. Probably the most simple question when looking at a new puppy is to ask... Continue reading
Posted Jan 2, 2019 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Convert Visitors Into Repeat Buyers By: Josh Allen I'm going to start this off with the most essential mindset; I believe this to be the number one business-saving, money-generating rule. I call this the SGT method. SGT Method Sgt. Common Sense wants YOU ... to Stop your Greedy Tactics! With your own personal gain in mind for business decisions you'll get nowhere but a deceiving sense of success. Here's a small example for you to consider ... A business owner starts an online website hosting company. He spends $1000 USD/month in advertising to the general public through Google AdWords. His... Continue reading
Posted Jan 2, 2019 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
by Joseph I did not get to the gym last week but that did not stop me from exercising. I did stairclimbing throughout the week; this exercise provided me with a solid cardio workout that burned off extra calories. I do look forward to returning to the gym this week; New Year's is coming up this Tuesday so my gym will be closed but I I hope to get there for weight training the day after. When I get back to the gym I'll be doing the standing barbell overhead press with the Olympic bar at the weights I had... Continue reading
Posted Dec 31, 2018 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
How to Balance on a Bicycle By Joan Bishop Denizot Riding a bicycle is fun, thrilling, and exciting. It has become a common form of exercise for most people due to the numerous benefits that biking offers. This has also become a form exercise for most, in spite of their sex, age, and weight. With the increasing number of people enjoying this activity, more bicycle models have been developed and introduced in order to satisfy the growing demand of the riders. Heavy riders can now enjoy a safer and worry-free riding experience due to the wide array of bicycles fit... Continue reading
Posted Dec 30, 2018 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
3 Delicious Foods You Won't Believe You Can Grill (Plus Recipes) By Adrian T. Cheng Everybody knows that the grill isn't just for burgers, hotdogs, steaks or sausages - the possibilities are endless if you love to barbecue. Apart from seafood, fruits and vegetables, you can also make decadent desserts and heart snacks. Be adventurous! You won't know the limit of what you can cook on the grill if you're not! Try these 3 yummy foods you won't believe you can grill: Assorted Nuts Try this recipe: You're Nuts What you need: 3 cups assorted whole nuts 2 cloves garlic,... Continue reading
Posted Dec 29, 2018 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Type 2 Diabetes - An Oral Drug That May Protect Against Heart Failure As Well As Lower Blood Sugar By Beverleigh H Piepers Dapagliflozin (Farxiga) is an SGLT2 inhibitor, given in the form of a pill for people who have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and is used along with diet and exercise and sometimes with other medications. It works by making the kidneys secrete more sugar into the urine. According to a study reported on in October of 2018 in the journal Cardiovascular Diabetology, the drug is also helpful for treating heart failure, one complication of Type 2... Continue reading
Posted Dec 28, 2018 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Understanding Septic Tank Backup And How To Deal With It By Juanita Swindell Have you suddenly woken up to a clogged drain or backup in the toilet? Septic backup can be caused due to a number of problems and it is often difficult to diagnose the reason for this backup on your own. But don't sit back and hope for the problem to go away on its own because it could mean that your entire septic system is damaged in some way and it may require immediate attention. Before you try to find the reason for the backup, you should... Continue reading
Posted Dec 27, 2018 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
Dogs in Church By Tony A Grayson "Have you seen the woman who brings her dog to church," someone asked me. "No," I answered. I did not react well to hearing the news. Much public news appears to center around "It's all about me" people who do what they want with no concern for others. Besides that, a Christian church represents the body of Christ, a holy place. Then, a counter-thought came to mind. Biblical stories brim with allegory. After birth, Mary placed Jesus in a manger (a feeding trough for domestic animals). The Son of God sheltered among domestic... Continue reading
Posted Dec 26, 2018 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
A Concise Guide to MICR and Associated Technologies By: Charles Katz The Sort-A-Matic system included 100 metal or leather dividers numbered 00 through 99. Each check was placed in the corresponding divider by the first two numbers of the account. The sorting process was then repeated for the next two digits of the account number, and so on. When the process was complete, the checks were grouped by account number. Under the Top Tab Key Sort system, small holes punched at the top of the checks indicated the digits. For instance, the first hole indicated the value of the first... Continue reading
Posted Dec 26, 2018 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)
by Joseph I was unable to make it to the gym this week, but I did improvise. I did stair climbing throughout the previous week. This provided me with a cardiovascular workout and thus, helped me to stay active when not weightlifting. Due to the holidays and shortened gym hours, I'll be doing cardio again this week. When I return to the gym, I intend to lift at the weight level of December 5, 2018. I'll keep you posted. But even if you should suffer for what is right, you are blessed. "Do not fear what they fear ; do... Continue reading
Posted Dec 24, 2018 at Living Fit, Healthy and Happy (SM)