Yes, it’s carnivalÂ time again and this time around, we have 35 posts covering health, fitness, wellness, dieting, and everything in between. So grab a coffee and start clicking…
Fiona King lists 25 Painless Ways You Can Reduce Your Water Consumption posted at Organicasm.
Andre Blackman looks at Google Maps and the Push to Keep Your Car Parked posted at Pulse & Signal, saying, “This post touches on the recent development in Google Maps that now shows walking directions.”
Alvaro Fernandez lists the Top 10 Brain Training Future Trends posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “In an emerging, dynamic, high growth market, like brain training, it is difficult to make precise projections. But, we can observe a number of trends tht bloggers should watch closely in the coming years, as brain fitness and training becomes mainstream, new tools appear, and an ecosystem grows around it.”
Yongho Shin provides suggestions on How To Kickstart Your Metabolism With 0% Effort posted at One Crumb, saying, “Raise your metabolism for no cost, with no exercise, and with no extra or less food? Think it’s impossible? Learn how!”
Dr. Joe Capista says learning to talk to yourself doesn’t mean you’ve gone crazy. Instead, he suggest s that by giving commands to your subconscious mind to carry out orders efficiently and effectively, you are using Key Behaviors for Success posted at The Success Triangle.
Sagar Satapathy lists iFit: 50 Coolest Fitness and Health Apps for the iPhone posted at NursingDegree.net.
Steve M asks When Is The Best Time To Weigh Yourself posted at Weight Loss Weapons, saying, “Simple enough question, but with many differences of opinion on the topic. When or more importantly how often do you weigh yourself?”
Time to turn the page for more great healthy carnival posts…
Joshua Seth looks at Healthy Snacks posted at Joshua Seth Blog, saying, “Having a snack between meals doesn’t have to mean ruining your weight loss plan with a bunch of empty calories. There are alternatives to grabbing a candy bar or handful of chips.”
JoLynn Braley reviews Sensa a.k.a. The Sprinkle Diet – 5 Reasons it Won’t Work posted at The Fit Shack, saying, “Here’s the latest quick fix diet product that says that you can continue to eat whatever you want and lose weight. Hmmm, what I’ve learned from my own experience is if you want to lose weight, it takes a complete lifestyle change!”
Conan Stevens looks at the Modern Western Diet OR How To Eat Healthy (Really) posted at Conan Stevens Online, saying, “Funnily enough most people eating “a healthy diet” really aren’t doing their body any favours”
Jerome Ryan looks at How to Start an Exercise Program posted at Dating Tips, Fitness Tips, Daily Blog of the TheFitnessPersonals.com.
mediamonkey looks at How to improve your Health: Healthy tips and tricks posted at How to: tips, tricks & recipes, saying, “Small changes to your lifestyle will benefit your overall health in the long term. Once you begin to feel the benefits of your lifestyle changes, you will want to include even more healthy habits. Here are 5 easy steps you can take towards leading a healthier lifestyle.”
Health Blogger writes about My Plan To Get Rid Of My Excess Stomach and Lose The Pot Belly Fat posted at Health and Fitness Blog.
Dean Moyer presents a case study on Mysterious Morning Neck Pain posted at The Back Pain Blog, saying, “A response to one reader’s question about Neck Pain that Radiates. In this post we attempt to define neck pain and cervical radiculopathy in a way that the average layman can understand.”
Matthew Philip writes about Dioxin in teflon skillets and pans? Use a cast iron skillet instead! | EnviroHumanImpact posted at EnviroHumanImpact, saying, “We recently ran an article detailing why you should switch from Teflon coated skillets to cast iron. Avoid the potentially dangerous chemicals like dioxin that can leach into food by making this simple switch!”
That’s it for thisÂ edition of the Healthbolt Carnival.Â But we’ll be back in two weeks, so do stop by.
All of those who participated, thank you and please don’t forget to post about it at your blog…
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As usual, past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.