The way you lose weight after pregnancy is individual. Although plenty of applications and nutritional options offer a quick restoration of the original shape, you should understand better than that. Every lady goes via pregnancy in a really unique and private way, and the same proves valid for the transformations her body and psyche go through. The approach to weight loss should therefore focus on individual requirements very first and foremost, being a match for the woman’s condition. Here are a few instances to illustrate this individual approach that i am referring to.
It is common to discover women pursuing one diet or one more, forcing themselves to eat the things they do not like or sheerly dealing with starvation. Why not appreciate the way you lose weight after pregnancy? You are able to do this by selecting those food items which you just like and that are also great for getting you in a better shape. If you like pineapple, and you hate avocado, go for the very first! Don’t bother about what publications say, there is no one generally efficient weight loss recipe.
Your success in getting fit after pregnancy furthermore relies upon about the way a person recover after delivery. Lose weight after pregnancy only when a doctor notifies you that you are completely restored and that you are able to deal with with physical effort. Women who’ve had a cesarean section take much more time for it to recover. If you do not stick to the doctor’s orders, you risk to compromise your health and do much more harm than great. Show patience, and you’ll be able to take up weight loss methods as soon as you are restored to a normal condition.
Nursing your baby will assist you lose weight after pregnancy quicker. The issue would be that the information available on nutrition demonstrates contradictory specially in case you make out the print from several sources. Some will say to eat as much as you like because you won’t put on weight, other people state that milk secretion does not consume that numerous calories. The fact is somewhere within the middle, because each and every breastfeeding lady will certainly react in a different way towards the hormonal transformations that regulate milk production.
It is also important to consider things gradually so that you can lose weight after pregnancy. Don’t force your self as well hard, do not get worried about your looks and appreciate the unique moments which you spend with your baby. Additionally, do not permit people put as well much pressure on you, because you’ll grow truly stressed about the long run!
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On Angel's wings.
Image by Joe Dsilva I've done my share of gruelling hikes, long monotonous, twist your ankles hikes, but this one stands out on it's own though it was a short 5 mile hike. Angels Landing trail of Zion National Park is something to behold. Aptly named so because when Zion was initially explored, no one belived they could get to there unless it was an Angel on his wings. Then the demons made a trail to the top of it. And us urchins scrambled along to the holy sanctuary. The initial two miles to Scout's lookout was a well paved trail, hiding the deception that lay beyond. I breezed through that quickly in 40 mnts despite the sheer ascent and was feeling great, all ready to hop on the rocks for the remaining stretch. Then I took a wrong turn and wasted about five mnts before realizing the mistake and turning back. At this point hiking poles are useless, you have to rock hop and scramble the next half a mile with chains to hold on in between where the trail vanishes to a concept of slippery rocks inclined towards the cliff. I realized that after walking for about 50m. The 6 pound backpacking boots with 1 inch sole was not helping either, I had packed it because I was expecting to walk in snow elsewhere which didn't happen either. The last thing it offered was grip and flexibility. Folks were having trouble trotting with hiking boots that resembled rock climbing shoes. By that time the realization of risks had started sinking in. Not that I hadn't thought of it before, it's just the adrenalin over-powering your senses. So I scrambled back to leave my hiking poles in the bush. At this point my buddy who had hiked this trail before joined me. I requested him to stay behind me (In case I slipped thanks to the dumb boots, somebody had to take the news...). And up we went. The loose sands on the rocks wasn't much of an encouraging sight, I had already made up my mind to go barefoot if it comes to that and hang the boots to the pack using the carbiners. my heart so longed for a pair of Vibram five fingers. The initial few minutes were exacting, after a while I got the hang of hanging on to the chains and scrambling on all fours when the situation demanded it. Had to be careful not to bump on to the sides of boulders and shred my camera gear. After what felt like an eternal 30 minutes we reached the top, and I was breathless. Not beause of the physical effort, which wasn't much. but the view offered was beyond imaginiation. It made all those perils worth. We sat and savored the moment. Took photographs to our hearts content. (I found myself wanting to be in one too for a change). The clouds gathering presaged an impending rain and we trotted down quickly. Scrambling down is always harder. At places I crouched to lower the center of gravity. I was happy I didn't bring my tripod all the way up (as my habits are) which would have swung around easily. It was also my first hike where I was swetting going down the trail. I had an even more inner urge to hang on to the chains than before, and making way folks climbing up was precarious at some corners. I loathed my sturdy boots and the sands on the inclined rocks. At the corner one of the legs slid and I felt most of weight being supported by hands which was hanging on to the chains. I missed a few heart beats. But that's the worst it would get to. Reaching down to Scout's lookout took pretty much same amount of time as going up. I then breezed down the rest of the way, at times waiting to take more pictures of the winding trails below. Next time, there will be another boot. You can see the roads below which are red in color due to the use of a cedar mineral. Panorama stitched from 4 vertical shots at 24mm.
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(079) Kruger National Park, South Africa. Giraffe. (Giraffa)
Image by (Paolo) From Wikipedia: "The giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) is an African even-toed ungulate mammal, the tallest living terrestrial animal and the largest ruminant. Its chief distinguishing characteristics are its extremely long neck and legs, its horn-like ossicones and its distinctive coat patterns. It stands 5–6 m (16–20 ft) tall and has an average weight of 1,600 kg (3,500 lb) for males and 830 kg (1,800 lb) for females. Their primary food source is acacia leaves, which they browse at heights most other herbivores cannot reach. Giraffes are preyed on by lions, and calves are also targeted by leopards, spotted hyenas and wild dogs. Adult giraffes do not have strong social bonds, though they do gather in loose aggregations if they happen to be moving in the same general direction. Males establish social hierarchies through "necking", which are combat bouts where the neck is used as a weapon. Dominant males gain mating access to females, which bear the sole responsibility for raising the young. Fully grown giraffes stand 5–6 m (16–20 ft) tall, with males taller than females. The average weight is 1,192 kg (2,630 lb) for an adult male and 828 kg (1,830 lb) for an adult female. Despite its long neck and legs, the giraffe's body is relatively short. Located at both sides of the head, the giraffe's large, bulging eyes give it good all-round vision from its great height. Giraffes see in color and their senses of hearing and smell are also sharp. The animal can close its muscular nostrils to protect against sandstorms and ants. The giraffe's prehensile tongue is about 50 cm (20 in) long. It is purplish-black in color, perhaps to protect against sunburn, and is useful for grasping foliage, as well as for grooming and cleaning the animal's nose. The upper lip of the giraffe is also prehensile and useful when foraging. The lips, tongue and inside of the mouth are covered in papillae to protect against thorns. The coat has dark blotches or patches (which can be orange, chestnut, brown or nearly black in color) separated by light hair (usually white or cream in color). Male giraffes become darker as they age. The coat pattern serves as camouflage, allowing it to blend in the light and shade patterns of savanna woodlands. The skin underneath the dark areas may serve as windows for thermoregulation, being sites for complex blood vessel systems and large sweat glands. Each individual giraffe has a unique coat pattern. The skin of a giraffe is mostly gray. It is also thick and allows it to run through thorn bush without being punctured. The fur may serve as a chemical defence, as its parasite repellents give the animal a characteristic scent. At least 11 main aromatic chemicals are in the fur, although indole and 3-methylindole are responsible for most of the smell. Because the males have a stronger odor than the females, the odor may also have sexual function. Along the animal's neck is a mane made of short, erect hairs. The one-meter (3.3-ft) tail ends in a long, dark tuft of hair and is used as a defense against insects. Both sexes have prominent horn-like structures called ossicones, which are formed from ossified cartilage, covered in skin and fused to the skull at the parietal bones. Being vascularized, the ossicones may have a role in thermoregulation, and are also used in combat between males. Appearance is a reliable guide to the sex or age of a giraffe: the ossicones of females and young are thin and display tufts of hair on top, whereas those of adult males end in knobs and tend to be bald on top. Also, a median lump, which is more prominent in males, emerges at the front of the skull. Males develop calcium deposits that form bumps on their skulls as they age. A giraffe's skull is lightened by multiple sinuses. However, as males age, their skulls become heavier and more club-like, helping them become more dominant in combat. The upper jaw has a grooved palate and lacks front teeth. The giraffe's molars have a rough surface. The giraffe can reach a sprint speed of up to 60 km/h (37 mph), and can sustain 50 km/h (31 mph) for several kilometers. The giraffe has an extremely elongated neck, which can be up to 2 m (6 ft 7 in) in length, accounting for much of the animal's vertical height. The long neck results from a disproportionate lengthening of the cervical vertebrae, not from the addition of more vertebrae. Each cervical vertebra is over 28 cm (11 in) long. There are two main hypotheses regarding the evolutionary origin and maintenance of elongation in giraffe necks. The "competing browsers hypothesis" was originally suggested by Charles Darwin and only challenged recently. It suggests that competitive pressure from smaller browsers, such as kudu, steenbok and impala, encouraged the elongation of the neck, as it enabled giraffes to reach food that competitors could not. The other main theory, the sexual selection hypothesis, proposes that the long necks evolved as a secondary sexual characteristic, giving males an advantage in "necking" contests to establish dominance and obtain access to sexually receptive females. Giraffes have an unusually long lifespan compared to other ruminants, up to 25 years in the wild. Because of their size, eyesight and powerful kicks, adult giraffes are usually not subject to predation. However, they can fall prey to lions and are regular prey for them in Kruger National Park. The giraffe is a protected species in most of its range. In 1999, it was estimated that over 140,000 giraffes existed in the wild, but estimates in 2010 indicate that fewer than 80,000 remain." ------------------------- (Da Wikipedia: "La giraffa è un mammifero ungulato artiodattile africano, il più alto animale vivente terrestre ed il più grosso ruminante. Le sue principali caratteristiche distintive sono il collo e le gambe estremamente lunghi, i suoi ossiconi simili a corna ed i disegni distintivi del mantello. E' alta 5-6 metri ed il peso è in media di 1600 kg per i maschi e 830 kg per le femmine. La principale fonte di cibo sono le foglie di acacia, che cercano ad un'altezza irraggiungibile dalla maggior parte degli erbivori. Le giraffe vengono predate dai leoni, ed i piccoli anche da leopardi, iene striate e cani selvatici. Le giraffe adulte non hanno forti legami sociali, anche se quando capita loro di doversi muovere nella stessa direzione si riuniscono in ampie aggregazioni. I maschi stabiliscono gerarchie sociali tramite il "necking", una forma di combattimento in cui il collo viene usato come arma. I maschi dominanti hanno il diritto di accoppiamento con le femmine, che sono le sole responsabili dell'allevamento dei piccoli. Le giraffe completamente cresciute sono alte 5-6 m., e i maschi sono più alti delle femmine. Il peso medio è di 1192 kg nei maschi adulti ed 828 kg nelle femmine adulte. Nonostante la lunghezza di collo e gambe, il corpo delle giraffe è relativamente piccolo. Situati ad ambo i lati della testa, gli occhi grandi e sporgenti della giraffa le danno una buona visione d'insieme dalla sua grande altezza. La giraffa vede a colori ed anche udito ed olfatto sono acuti. L'animale può chiudere le narici muscolari per proteggersi dalle tempeste di sabbia e dalle formiche. La lingua prensile è lunga circa 50 cm. Ha colore nero-rosaceo, forse per proteggersi dalle scottature solari, e serve per afferrare il fogliame, così come per pulire il naso. Anche il labbro superiore della giraffa è prensile, ed utile per nutrirsi. Le labbra, la lingua e l'interno della bocca sono ricoperte di papille, come protezione dalle spine. Il mantello ha chiazze e macchie scure (che possono essere arancioni, castane, marroni o quasi nere), separate da una lieve peluria (di solito bianca o color crema). I maschi divengono più scuri con l'età. I disegni del mantello servono come mimetizzazione, permettendole di confondersi nei disegni di luce ed ombra delle zone boschive di savana. La pelle sotto le aree scure può servire da finestra di termoregolazione, essendo sede di un complesso sistema di vasi sanguigni e grosse ghiandole sudoripare. Ogni individuo possiede un disegno unico del mantello. La pelle è per lo più grigia, ed è anche spessa, consentendole di correre tra le spine della boscaglia senza pungersi. La pelliccia può servire come difesa chimica, perché i suoi repellenti antiparassitari conferiscono all'animale un tipico profumo. Nella pelliccia sono presenti almeno 11 composti chimici aromatici, anche se il responsabile della maggior parte dell'odore è il 3-metilindolo. Dato che i maschi hanno un odore più forte delle femmine, l'odore può anche avere una funzione sessuale. Lungo il collo dell'animale è presente una criniera di piccoli peli eretti. La coda, di un metro, termina con un ciuffo lungo e scuro, e viene usata come difesa dagli insetti. Ambo i sessi sono dotati di strutture simili a corna dette ossiconi, formate da cartilagine ossificata, coperta da pelle e fusa con il cranio a livello delle ossa parietali. Essendo vascolarizzati, gli ossiconi possono giocare un ruolo nella termoregolazione, e sono anche usati nei combattimenti tra i maschi. Il loro aspetto costituisce una guida attendibile al sesso o all'età di una giraffa: gli ossiconi delle femmine e dei giovani sono sottili e presentano ciuffi di peli sulla sommità, mentre quelli del maschio adulto terminano con un pomello e tendono ad essere calvi in cima. Inoltre, dalla fronte emerge un nodulo mediano, più prominente nei maschi. Con l'età, i maschi sviluppano depositi di calcio che formano bozze sul cranio. Il cranio di una graffa è alleggerito dalla presenza di molte cavità, ma con l'invecchiamento quello del maschio diventa più pesante e più simile ad una clava, aiutandolo nel combattimento. La mascella superiore ha un palato scanalato e manca di denti frontali. I molari di giraffa hanno superficie ruvida. La giraffa può raggiungere una velocità di sprint di 60 km orari, e può mantenere i 50 km/ora per parecchi chilometri. Il collo della giraffa può raggiungere i due metri di lunghezza, e deriva da un allungamento sproporzionato delle vertebre cervicali e non da un aumento nel numero di vertebre. Ogni vertebra cervicale supera i 28 cm di lunghezza. Esistono due ipotesi principali al riguardo dell'origine evolutiva e al mantenimento del collo lungo. L' "ipotesi di competizione tra brucatori" venne originariamente suggerita da Charles Darwin, ed è stata contestata solo di recente. Secondo questa ipotesi, l'allungamento del collo è stato favorito dalla competizione con brucatori più piccoli, come kudu, stambecchi e impala, rendendo la giraffa in grado di raggiungere cibo che i competitori non riuscivano a raggiungere. Secondo l'altra ipotesi, quella della "selezione sessuale", il collo lungo si è evoluto come carattere sessuale secondario, dando ai maschi un vantaggio nel "necking" per stabilire la dominanza ed avere accesso a femmine sessualmente recettive. La giraffa ha una durata di vita insolita, in confronto agli altri ruminanti, fino a 25 anni nello stato selvatico. Grazie alla loro dimensione, all'acuità visiva ed alla potenza dei calci, le giraffe adulte non sono di solito oggetto di predazione. Tuttavia, possono diventare prede dei leoni, e lo sono regolarmente nel Kruger National Park. La giraffa è una specie protetta nella maggior parte del suo territorio. Nel 1999 venne stimata l'esistenza di 140.000 giraffe selvatiche, ma altre stime del 2010 indicano che ne sono rimaste meno di 80.000.")
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