Kamis, 19 Mei 2016

Potensi Blog Untuk Generasi Muda

potensi blog untuk generasi muda Salah satu hal yang bisa dilakukan untuk mengisi waktu luang bagi para pemuda adalah dengan ngeblog. Mengelola blog ini bisa mempunyai efek positif bagi mereka. Saat inipun blog sudah menjadi populer di kalangan mereka. Tak sekedar yang bersifat konvensional berupa tulisan, saat ini berkembang pula yang berupa photo atau lebih dikenal sebagai photoblog atau yang berupa video yang ngetren dikenal vlog.
Dari kesemua bentuk tersebut tentunya mempunyai potensi nya masing masing. Dan untuk mengeluarkan potensinya tergantung dari pengguna atau pemilik yang mengelolanya. Mungkin saat ini vlog adalah salah satu yang paling ngehits. Tak terhitung banyak seleb dadakan yang muncul dengan vlog ini.
Akan tetapi blog konvensional yang berupa tulisan pun sebenarnya masih sangat potensial untuk dikembangkan. Baik itu untuk tujuan komersil maupun non komersil. Untuk tujuan komersil blog bisa di monetize dengan berbagai macam cara. Dari cara biasa seperti pay per click, dan sejenisnya atau dengan cara yang agak lain dari kebiasaan orang lain. Salah satu yang bisa dipakai untuk menghasilkan pundi pundi rupiah dari blog adalah dengan ikut kontes seo. Belakangan ini banyak juga kontes seo yang diselenggarakan misalnya hit obat nyamuk, pt ncs jasa pengiriman, Indramayu Kota Wisata dan lain sebagainya.
untuk menenangkan sebuah kontes seo adalah pekerjaan yang bisa dibilang tidak terlalu mudah atau gampang gampang susah, karena terikat waktu tertentu. Misalnya saja blog kita berada di peringkat satu untuk waktu yang cukup lama akan tetapi kemudian saat penjurian sudah terlempar dari urutan pertama maka kita tidak bisa menjadi juara di kontes tersebut.

Sabtu, 16 April 2016

8 Best Plant-Based Sources of Protein

Protein makes up the the building blocks of the body and is necessary for good health. Most people get their daily protein from animal sources in the form of meat, dairy or eggs. However, there are many great sources of protein that are plant-based. Here is a list of the best 8. Enjoy!

Lentils and Beans

One of the starchy proteins, these two are good sources of not only protein, but also carbohydrates and fiber. They are great when added as a topping on a salad, as taco filling or to make vegetarian meatballs or burgers. One cup of cooked lentils contains about 18 grams of protein; about 15 grams in the same size serving of beans.

Hemp Seeds

Known as a complete protein, because it contains all nine essential amino acids, it is also a great source for Omega-3 fatty acid. Boost the protein by adding them to soups, stews, salads, baked goods, or to smoothies. Three tablespoons of hemp seeds contain about 10 grams of protein.

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are one of the ancient grains different than most other types of plant protein in that they turn into a type of gel when added to water. Add them to oatmeal, cold cereals, or in muffins to bump up the protein content and add soluble fiber to your diet. Two tablespoons contain about 4 grams of protein.


This is another starchy protein that is great when served like a bed of rice or as part of a stir-fry. It can also be served as a hot cereal or as a topping on a salad. One-half cup of quinoa has about 7 to 9 grams of protein.


This one is entirely different than other plant-based protein in that it is blue-green in color comes from algae. Note, it will impart a greenish tint to whatever it is mixed with. It blends great as part of a smoothie or in desserts and snacks. It does have a great sweet taste with hints of vanilla and chocolate and has about 8 grams of protein per 2 tablespoons.

Nutritional Yeast

This is not a yeast at all, but a staple food item among plant-based food enthusiasts. It comes in either powder or flaked form and can be mixed in sauces, dips and dressings to kick up the flavor with its cheesy taste. Nutritional yeast has about 12 grams of protein per 3 tablespoons.

 Seeds and Nuts

Beside the seeds already mentioned, sunflower, flax and pumpkin are also all good sources of protein and minerals as well as almonds, walnuts, cashews and pistachios on the nut side. Most have a taste varying from sweet to earthy. They work good ground into a flour and used in baked goods or left whole as a topping on oatmeal, cereals, sprinkled on a salad or as a snack. One-fourth cup of either seeds or nuts has about 7 to 9 grams of protein.


No list of plant protein would be complete without soy. Tempeh, tofu and edamame are all types of soy that have around 20 grams of protein per 2.5 tablespoon serving. Use is similar to beans and lentils and can be added to stir-fry or as the “meat” for spaghetti sauce and filling for tacos.

With these sources of plant-based protein, vegans and some vegetarians do not have to worry about getting enough protein in their diet. Just be sure to cycle through all of the sources to ensure getting enough of the essential amino acids found in protein.

Sabtu, 09 April 2016

Top 5 Fitness Tips for Seniors

You know you should exercise regularly, drink lots of water and eat nutritious foods. Those are 3 smart fitness tips everyone should live by. If you are a senior, the following tips provide even more support for a fit and healthy lifestyle.

1. It's Never Too Late to Start

Don't think that since you have lived a life of little exercise and physical activity, there is no need to start now. Just 15 minutes after you begin exercising, you benefit by the increased rate of healthy oxygen pumped throughout your body. Make exercise a regular part of your daily and weekly activities, and your health can improve quickly.

2. Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

There are always going to be other people in better (and worse) shape than you. Comparing your level of fitness to someone else is pointless. You are an incredibly unique individual. What someone else can or cannot do has nothing to do with you. Continue to make strides with your physical fitness, keeping moving and active on a daily basis, and your efforts will pay off.

3. Don't Underestimate Yourself

The last 20 or 30 years research continues to show that what we thought about the inevitability of aging is not entirely true. The things that you can accomplish, physically, spiritually, emotionally and mentally, are not limited by your age. If you haven't exercised in a while, start slow, but don't underestimate what frequent physical activity, lots of rest, smart nutrition and hydration can accomplish in your life.

4. For Senior Citizens Who Used To Be Athletes – You Are Not That Young Anymore

You just learned that you may be able to do more physically than you ever thought possible as a senior citizen. This mindset can lead to incredible health rewards. On the other side of that coin are those individuals who overestimate their physical ability as seniors. If you used to be an athlete, or you were just very physically active as a youngster, don't overestimate your strength and endurance. You can lead a wonderfully healthy life as a senior, but not if you injure yourself by overestimating your physical abilities.

5. Get Strength Training, Balance Exercises and Aerobics in Your Life

Balance exercises include yoga, Pilates and tai chi. Every year past 60, your chances of falling increase. That's why balance exercises are so important for seniors. However, as mentioned above, so is regular and moderately intense aerobic activity. Add strength training, like body weight training or lifting weights, and you have the perfect trifecta of senior exercising for a fit and healthy body – strength training, balance exercises and aerobics.

Jumat, 11 Maret 2016

Top 5 Fitness Tips for Bussy Parents

Top 5 Fitness Tips for Busy Parents Having kids calls for a busy, hectic lifestyle. When your children are very small, it seems you are changing diapers every few minutes. When they are bigger, you are running them here and there, acting as their personal taxi service. At home and at work, children make for very little free time for parents. Even so, you understand how important it is to stay physically active. The mental and physical rewards from regular exercise are many, and when you stay active you set a healthy example for your children. Practice the following 5 fitness tips for busy parents, and you will always have time for health and wellness in your family. 1. Prioritize Physical Fitness You must make exercise a priority, especially when you are busy all the time. As a parent, you are constantly "putting out fires" and dealing with problems that arise. That means that if you simply wait for spare time to develop, it may never happen. You have to prioritize being healthy, making it a part of your daily and weekly schedule. 2. When You Fail to Plan You Plan to Fail If you have taken the mental step of prioritizing exercise in your busy life, good for you. Now you have to consciously make it a part of your family plan. This includes planning physical activity for kids. Don't just do this mentally. Write down a weekly and monthly exercise plan and stick to it. 3. Stop Thinking of Exercise Traditionally Any moderately intense to intense physical activity is a form of exercise. You don't have to head to the gym or health club to be benefiting from exercise. Carrying around a small child all day is definitely a form of exercise, as is spending 30 or 40 minutes running around outside with your kids enjoying their favorite playtime activities. 4. Spread out Your Efforts How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. You don't need to experience long, drawn-out exercise sessions. Many noted health authorities recommend 2.5 to 3.0 hours of moderately intense aerobic activity each week. The rewards of exercise are cumulative, meaning you can enjoy that exercise in 10 workout sessions that are 15 minutes long each, or 5 sessions which are 30 minutes in duration. 5. Get Your Kids Involved Why not schedule exercise activities the whole family can enjoy together? This ensures you get the workout you need, your children develop healthy exercise habits, and you strengthen your family bond, all at the same time.