So 2015 has just started and you want to begin your New Year’s resolution to get fit, healthier or just lose some weight. Like many, you’ve come to the right place to get some fun information on how to Live It for fitness and health.
One of the most complex but popular health and fitness categories that have been searched on Google is calories. ‘How many calories should I eat’ has been typed-in over 15 million times every 63 seconds according to Google’s data.
According to the medical website, medicalnewstoday:
“The number of calories you need to eat each day can depend on several factors, including your age, size, height, sex, lifestyle, and overall general health. A physically active 6ft 2in male, aged 22 years, requires considerably more calories than a 5ft 2ins sedentary woman in her 70s.”
I don’t usually count calories, but like some of you guys I sometimes like to know how many calories are in certain foods because the more calories the foods have the harder I have to work to burn it off. So here are the top 3 calorie searches people look for on Google to stay healthy and let us know on Facebook or Twitter what foods you like that have high or low calories.
Apparently Minions (from the movie Despicable Me) aren’t the only ones that love the exotic fruit. Medium sized bananas have 105 calories while giving you a great source of much needed potassium and good carbohydrates.
2) Pumpkin Pie
The delicious pastry has 323 calories in one slice (133 g). That will take 90 minutes of casual walking (non-stop) to burn off those calories if you’re at least 140 lbs.
A medium apple only has 95 calories while providing you with so many health benefits. This amazing fruit has antioxidants that will boost your immune system and will detoxify your body. The apple’s fiber alleviates constipation and helps control your weight are just a few benefits this sweet fruit provides.
Live it. It’s your life. It’s your health!
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