Tuesday, June 23, 2020

FITNESS TRAINER TAMI PEDDIGREE LAUNCHES DRUM-LATE



FITNESS TRAINER TAMI PEDDIGREE LAUNCHES DRUM-LATE



Not your usual fitness instructor, not your normal workout, Tami Peddigree launches Drum-Late’ a new and exciting workout for people of all shapes and sizes. Drum-Late` is a 45-minute full body workout that combines Pilates, cardio punching, interval drills, aerobic drumming, and strength techniques, all choreographed into a fun dance/aerobic routine. Drum-late’ is a super fun and sweaty workout proven to help lose weight and inches and gain more energy. The stimulating workout continues to motivate as students build confidence and work toward goals to feel their best and tackle everyday tasks. Jumping jacks are way more fun when you are drumming and smashing sticks
together!



What makes Drum-Late` different than any other workout on the market? Taking aerobics and cardio drumming to the highest level, it is designed to keep you moving, by creating high energy interval drills followed by low intense strengthening drills all while using exercise sticks. The fast paced workout keeps the body in motion with specific music designed for Drum-Late’ to hit the highs and the low parts of the workout. Drum-late’ keeps participants pumped up to jump high and hit hard to be READY TO SMASH, SWEAT, and SCULPT!

About Tami Peddigree: Representing the Curvy Fit world:

Tami is a certified personal trainer and a group fitness instructor, also certified in CPR. She motivates individuals of all shapes, sizes, ages and athletic ability to get and keep moving to live a happy, healthy lifestyle. However, she wasn’t always active and healthy. Weighing in at over 300 pounds only five years ago, she was battling depression, prediabetes, high cholesterol, and osteoarthritis. All of this made it hard for her to get out of bed each morning at the young age of 35. Not only was this affecting her physically, but mentally as well. The stress affected her career, her involvement in her daughter’s life, and more! It was time for a change!! Not just to lose weight, but to change her mindset, to be stronger, to have more energy for her and her family, and to reverse the diseases.

After trainings and research, she founded Drum-late’, exactly what she was looking for and it changed her life. That was 4 years ago and she is still keeping her weight off and continuing to work towards her goals; training students, in person and online, and certifying teachers worldwide.

As the President of The Curvy Mermaid LLC and the creator of Drum-Late`, Tami’s electric energy continues to coach women, men and children to help achieve their health goals. She encourages everyone to keep moving! Tami continues to teach and speak at worldwide health events and youth functions. She loves to travel, workout, roller skate, and camp in the mountains
of PA. She also enjoys spending time with her family at the beach.

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Drum-Late on the web
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I received samples of these products to review. I was in no other way compensated for my honest reviews. All thoughts and ideas expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Please see my disclosures page for details. Do not copy, in whole, or in part any portion of any postings on my blog. Do not repost my content on any other site without my explicit consent. All of my postings belong solely to lindsey8.blogspot.com.

Monday, June 22, 2020

BRITTANY BENDALL’ S BUMP AT THE BARRE, PRENATAL BARRE WORKOUT AVAILABLE ON DVD AND STREAMING



BRITTANY BENDALL’ S BUMP AT THE BARRE, PRENATAL BARRE WORKOUT AVAILABLE ON DVD AND STREAMING



Brittany Bendall’s Bump at the Barre® Prenatal Barre Workout  is available on DVD and download. The program is suitable for all three trimesters of pregnancy and the postnatal period as well. This workout combines cardio with toning and flexibility for a well-rounded and effective workout that helps pregnant women feel good, and look great during and after the birth. This video focuses on exercises that are safe during pregnancy, and also help counteract some of the side effects that occur like postural changes, swelling and back discomfort. The workout is designed to be done either in its entirety as a complete workout or broken down into segments so it can be tailored to individual needs.

Brittany Bendall is a barre and Pilates expert dedicated to helping people find joy in moving their bodies. She is the creator of Bump at the Barre® prenatal barre program, HIIT the Barre® a method combining high intensity interval training with barre toning and BBF Studio, a barre method combining cardio, toning and flexibility. Brittany has taught fitness classes around the world and her online videos are incredibly popular.

She has achieved certifications in pre- and post-natal Pilates, Balanced Body Pilates and Balanced Body Barre. She also is a certified pre- and post-natal exercise specialist and a certified nutrition and wellness consultant. She is a wife and mother to two boys. She loves traveling, cooking and drinking wine.


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Find out more and check out her programs at brittanybendallfitness.com 
her online streaming videos at http://brittanybendallfitness.vhx.tv
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/balancebarrefitness
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/brittanybendallfitness

I received samples of these products to review. I was in no other way compensated for my honest reviews. All thoughts and ideas expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Please see my disclosures page for details. Do not copy, in whole, or in part any portion of any postings on my blog. Do not repost my content on any other site without my explicit consent. All of my postings belong solely to lindsey8.blogspot.com.

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

ARTICLE: Study finds diet rich in non-indispensable amino acids is better for cardiovascular health

 Study finds diet rich in non-indispensable amino acids is better for cardiovascular health



International Journal of Epidemiology reports major comparison of pattern of amino acid intakes

LOMA LINDA, CA — October 16, 2019 — study conducted by researchers in California and France has found that intakes of amino acids largely consisting of indispensable amino acids, such as those found in animal protein, are associated with a sharp increased risk of heart disease, while intakes rich in so-called non-indispensable amino acids, richer in plant protein, are beneficial for the human heart.

The study — which was recently published online by the International Journal of Epidemiology — found that people with a high intake of indispensable amino acids experienced a 60% increase in cardiovascular disease (CVD), while people who consumed large amounts of some non-indispensable amino acids experienced a 35% reduction in CVD.

The study, titled, “Patterns of amino acids intake are strongly associated with cardiovascular mortality, independently of the sources of protein,” was a joint project of researchers from Loma Linda University School of Public Health in California and INRA and AgroParisTech in Paris, France.

The study included data from 80,000 participants and is the first of its kind to examine overall patterns of amino acid intake. The intake of amino acids has been studied in the literature, but almost always in isolation. Amino acids come from protein, so the levels of their intake are interconnected, resulting in patterns of intake with likely complex effects.

This study built on a previous groundbreaking study published last year from the same consortium of researchers. That study had reported that proteins from meat were inversely associated with cardiovascular mortality, whereas proteins from nuts and seeds were healthy. Combining those results with the detailed amino acid approach in this new study, the authors could conclude that a part of the effect of the proteins could indeed originate from their composition in amino acids.

Amino acids are building blocks for protein, and the so-called indispensable amino acids — found in foods such as eggs, cheese, and poultry — have long been considered as the most important because they are strictly required for the body to synthesize protein. In contrast, non-indispensable amino acids — in foods like pumpkin seeds, walnuts, lentils and soybeans — are classically deemed of little importance, because they do not limit protein synthesis. However, those amino acids are not just building blocks for protein as they are also involved in many other biological processes with potential impact on vascular health.

Gary Fraser, MB ChB, PhD, from Loma Linda University, and Fran├žois Mariotti, PhD, from AgroParisTech and INRA, served as co-principal investigators. 

“There is a growing interest in protein and amino acids for cardiovascular health, in particular as plant and animal protein sources are concerned,” Fraser said. “Reports regarding amino acids have been sparse and largely fragmented so far.” He added that he and Mariotti have long suspected that some amino acids could protect against heart and vascular disease, whereas others might increase risk.

Mariotti said nutritionists have traditionally defined protein quality as the ability for dietary protein to be used efficiently for making new protein in the body, which is supposed to be mainly influenced by their content in indispensable amino acids; but protein quality should also be considered with regards to cardiovascular health, especially when cardiovascular disease rather than denutrition is the health burden in some countries. Mariotti said these new findings suggest the dietary intake of many indispensable amino acids (such as the well-known BCAA [branched-chain amino acids], lysine and methionine) could indeed be detrimental, whereas that of other non-indispensables amino acids (such as arginine, glycine and aspartate/asparagine) could be beneficial.

The authors insist that these associations seem largely mediated by the specific effects of the amino acids and not by potential confounders such as patterns of protein food intakes and related dietary patterns (such as fat intake). They however recognize that, as in any observational study, we cannot be sure that the associations are not, in part, resulting from residual confounding with other strongly influential dietary and lifestyle factors. The model used was intended to account for all confounders and analyze the extent to which amino acids mediate or explain the relations found.

Fraser said the study leaves other questions open for further investigation, such as identifying the factors other than amino acids that convey the other part of the association between dietary protein type and cardiovascular health. This could be phytochemicals tightly associated with the amino acids found in foods such as nuts and seeds.


Loma Linda University Health includes Loma Linda University's eight professional schools, Loma Linda University Medical Center's six hospitals and more than 1,000 faculty physicians located in the Inland Empire of Southern California. Established in 1905, Loma Linda University Health is a global leader in education, research and clinical care. It offers over 100 academic programs and provides quality health care to over 40,000 inpatients and 1.5 million outpatients each year. A Seventh-day Adventist organization, Loma Linda University Health is a faith-based health system with a mission "to continue the teaching and healing ministry of Jesus Christ."

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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

CollageVideo.TV Streaming Workout Review~ Denise Austin Hit The Sport Abs: 3 Quick Tummy Tightening Workouts

CollageVideo.TV: Hit The Spot Abs: 3 Quick Tummy Tightening WorkoutsDenise Austin

Denise gives you three 10 minute core workouts. Denise works out alone on the beach for these routines. You wont need any equipment for this workout. 

Workout One: Exercises include breath work, leg drops, crunches, reverse crunches, oblique crunches, and double crunches.

Workout Two: Exercises include sit ups, reverse crunches, double crunches, oblique work, and reverse plank.

Workout Three: Exercises include standing torso twists adding punches, side shifts, supine knee pulls, v crunches, can can, bike variations, and crunch variations.

I rate these intermediate routines but strung together you will really feel the burn! As always, Denise is fun & bubbly and provides lots of great form pointers. I love the beach backdrop and founds these quick & effective routines. I received access to this workout on CollageVideo.TV for review. 


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I received samples of these products to review. I was in no other way compensated for my honest reviews. All thoughts and ideas expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Please see my disclosures page for details. Do not copy, in whole, or in part any portion of any postings on my blog. Do not repost my content on any other site without my explicit consent. All of my postings belong solely to lindsey8.blogspot.com.

Monday, June 1, 2020

Bee K'onscious Honey: Single Source Raw Honey Direct from the Hive

Bee K'onscious Honey is amazing honey always high quality, 100% raw honey direct from the bee farm to your table. No additives. No processing. Just pure, fully traceable, raw honey you can feel good about serving your family. If you are looking for single origin honey direct from the hive to your kitchen - Bee K'onscious is the honey for you. I had the pleasure of reviewing their 100% Single-Origin Brazilian raw Honey Organic Cipo Uva and let me tell you it is AMAZING! Full of real honey flavor and the perfect all natural sweetener. Keep reading to learn more. 

At Bee K'onscious they will always Bee K'onscious of the fact that the beekeepers they partner with use ethical and sustainable practices to maintain the health of their bees as well as the purity of their honey. They will never blend their honey from multiple beekeepers to offer a lesser quality product.  They know that bees are pollinators first and their natural pollination of food crops is vital to our agricultural ecosystem. They are also conscious of the environment and seek to minimize Their global impact by using only glass jars for their amazing honeys.


Single-origin honey direct from the hive to your home. No additives or blending, just 100% raw honey. You can taste the purity in every sweet spoonful. Perfect in tea, on toast, drizzled on granola, and amazing in marinades. You must give this honey a try. Bee K'onscious Honey is dedicated to providing a pure, antioxidant and antibacterial rich product. This is honey the way nature intended.


Bee K'onscious Honey  is the ONLY company using the latest blockchain technology, every ounce of honey can be traced directly to the farm where it was produced. They gurantee the purity of our raw honey. Bee K'onscious 


Honey not only tastes amazing it has many health benefits: 

  • Cough Suppressant
  • Alleviates Allergies.
  • Sleep Aid
  • Anti Microbial
  • Superfood
  • Boosts energy


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I received samples of these products to review. I was in no other way compensated for my honest reviews. All thoughts and ideas expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Please see my disclosures page for details. Do not copy, in whole, or in part any portion of any postings on my blog. Do not repost my content on any other site without my explicit consent. All of my postings belong solely to lindsey8.blogspot.com.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

ARTICLE: Health, Nutrtion and Beauty Topics With Expert Advice

Health, Nutrtion and Beauty Topics With Expert Advice

  • ‘You Are What You Eat--’ In the beauty world this statement couldn’t be more true! “You can use all the products in the world but if you aren’t taking care of your body and feeding it properly, it can be counter productive,” says Nicole Avena, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Visiting Professor of Health Psychology at Princeton University. Speak with Dr. Avena about how eating the proper foods that promote hydration, are anti-inflammatory, and that can improve skin elasticity, can improve how your hair and skin look at feel.

  • Bye-bye Summer Hair-- It’s time to take a look at what needs a refresher with our hair care routine. Correcting hair and skin damage from the sun and maintaining healthy hair into the fall doesn’t happen overnight; it takes some preparation to keep hair looking shiny and strong. Speak with NYC/Miami Hair Stylist, Lucy Garcia Planck, with ideas and tips on how to suppress summer hair damage and keep it looking shiny and healthy as we move into fall.

  • Don’t be Vitamin D Deficient This Winter— Even though the sun is shining now, in a few short months it may be a while until some parts of the country go days with grey and gloomy skies. With an estimated 42% of the American population Vitamin D deficient, it leaves us wondering how much Vitamin D do our bodies need and how do we go about getting enough of it? Speak with Nicole Avena, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Visiting Professor of Health Psychology, Princeton University about signs and symptoms of a Vitamin D deficiency, how much Vitamin D our bodies really need as well as the best ways to get enough on a daily basis.

  • Bad Haircut? Here’s How to Fix It--Let’s be honest, haircuts aren’t always pretty. Sometimes the result comes as more of a shock to us than the overpriced bill we get afterwards. So, what do we do after our hairdresser turns us around the swivel chair, asks us “what we think” and we lie to their face saying we love it? NYC hairstylist Kali Ferrara of the Roy Teeluck Salon in Midtown East is available to speak about the best ways to fix a bad haircut, how to get your hair to grow back ASAP and ways to maintain healthy, happy hair.

  • Latest and Greatest in Probiotics: Probiotics have become fairly popular in mainstream media, but do you know just how these miracle supplements work? Probiotics are living microorganisms (bacteria) that can improve the health of the gut. Since our gut is an ecosystem, and probiotics are part of that ecosystem, they are important for ensuring good digestive health. Nicole Avena, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Visiting Professor of Health Psychology, Princeton University is available to discuss what exactly probiotics are/where you can find them, their benefits, and what the difference is between probiotics vs. prebiotics.

  • Getting Your Best Holiday Hair: Holiday parties are just around the corner and while you might be keeping your eyes open for new holiday attire, it’s time to start taking care of your hair so that when it comes time to show everything off, your hair looks just as shiny as your new dress! Speak with NYC Hair Stylist, Lucy Garcia Planck, from Salon Bergdorf Goodman, on how to make sure your hair stands out this holiday season.
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