Lake Lake Superioris the largest of the five Great Lakes in North America. Bordered on the north by the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of Minnesota , and to the south – with the U.S. states of Wisconsin and Michigan. It is the largest freshwater lake in the world that has an area of 82 103 km2. Only the area of the Canadian territoryof the lake is 28 700 km2 , thus it is the third largest lake in Canadaand 2nd in the province of Ontario. The altitude of the water is 183 meters.
Lake Superior is the third largest freshwater lake in the world by volume of 11,600 km3 after it isBaikal in Russia(we have a post for it as well!) and Tanganyika in Africa.
Incorporate more movement into your daily life and watch what you eat. Here are three ways to keep fit through proper nutrition.
Avoid added sugar
A scoop here , two there, and here’s a bunch of empty calories . The most common sources of unnecessary added sugar than spoons of sugar in coffee are sweetened sodas , pasta, breakfast cereals , confectionery , sweetened dairy products ( sweetened sour and fresh milk ) , ice cream and fruit drinks containing sugar.
What remains as healthy then ?Meat, vegetables, fruit , eggs, whole grains and dairy products without added sugar.
Do not be afraid of fat
Yes , fats contribute to weight gain . No, do not avoid them completely.
Benefits of fat is that they sate and add flavor to your food . For these two reasons, it is better to include them in moderate amounts in your diet to avoid feeling hungry and deprived of delicious food.
Still depends on the fat. You should not be afraid of the fat in meat, cheese , milk, butter , olive oil , nuts , avocados.
How much fat should you accept? Experts say 1.1 grams per kilogram of body weight.If you weigh 75 kg you should take no more than 82 grams of fat per day.
Preparing your own meals
The more timeand effort you put into this, the less you’ll have to eat out at fast food restaurants. Studies show that people can take up to 500 more calories on days they eat out compared to the days they do not eat out.
Clearly, when you’re busy, you can not sit down and cook, but this does not preclude efforts. On weekends and evenings you can spend time on something homemade and healthy.
Summer is the season in which you will have to throw away the thick winter clothes and put something sexy and emphasize your figure.
Winter slows down metabolism and alongside the many holidays we eat not the healthiest food,therefore it is normal to put in some extra kilograms.
Now is the last train that you should definitely catch if you have missed for one reason or another the other – bring into shape for the summer season.
So startwith the principle of the pyramid. The fastest way to get in shape (less body fat percentage) is cardio. It can be practiced both in the gym and outdoors – in the park or a stadium for example. I recommend you to combine both. When the weather is nice, you can run outdoors, preferably on level ground, but it is preferable to be equipped with a calorimeter so that you can see how much you burn.
Baba Marta is a mythical character from the Bulgarian folklore. According to the folk tradition the name is associated with March. Except March, January and February also have a special place in Bulgarian mythological ideas. January and February are presented as brothers with a spicy character – Large beetle-Small beetle, January and February . Baba Marta is considered their sister ‘s mood – sometimes smiling and benevolent , sometimes unpredictably evil.The Nature of Baba Marta is consistent with the changing weather in March.
Old are the sources describing how the Bulgarians have been decorated with red and white threads for health, strength and longevity. Most likely, the holiday is inherently Bulgarian originating from 580 – 630th AD. From Asia ( the continent on which initially Bulgarians live ) the tradition is transferred to Europe with the migration of a large group of Bulgarians led by Khan Asparuh. The tradition is observed today in the territories that were once Bulgarian – part of Romania, Macedonia, part of Greece, Serbia, and also in some of today’s Russia .
Each year, before the beginning of March, Bulgarians give ‘martenitsi’ made of red and white threads , traditionally of wool . This makes for health and happiness. On March 1st Bulgarians put martenitsi clothes or wrists and wish health and happiness with the words “Happy Baba Marta .” The holiday symbolizes the end of winter and the coming of spring.