Malibu, California (PressExposure) April 22, 2013 -- As we are all living longer, it is important, more now than ever, that we mind what we eat and how we live. Problems relating to health are often caused by not caring for your lifestyle.
The new website, http://www.briskwalkers.com is devoted to healthy living that starts with a regimen of fun, yes fun activities like briskwalking, but the website is a lot more than just about walking. It has a global reach--walking destinations, places to eat, stay and latest medical news.
The sponsors of the site, Briskwalker, LLC, believe that most of the ailments and conditions that affect both young and old can be mitigated if not cured by the following:
=living a healthy lifestyle,
=exercising regularly and
=keeping a positive attitude and
=networking with like-minded individuals
While there are many websites that probably address one or two of the above, http://www.briskwalkers.com provides a place for a comprehensive suite of values that promote a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.
The website starts with defining briskwalking. Did you know that by adding a slight pace to your walk, you can control your blood pressure and sugar level? There are medical studies to prove it. Then it takes you to latest health news. Currently there are articles about diabetes, vitamin D deficiency and food myths.
One thing for sure. The website does not believe in anecdotes. Each article and news item is checked and verified to the best of the editors' abilities. So what you get are facts and opinions shaped by facts and research. E.g. did you know that two of the most nutritious of all foods are broccoli and yogurt?
The website targets uncommon fruits and vegetables. Don't like green papaya? Check out the recipe for Mung curry with raw papaya--you will love it! Next week there is a recipe for broccoli--it will no longer be your enemy!
The fun part continues with walking destinations that range from India to Australia. And places to stay. Check out the spectacular pictures and description of the ice-caves of Chamonix, France.