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Give your body a boost with more steps a day

In part one of a three-part series on ‘Today,’ Rosemary Ellis of Prevention magazine looks at how walking extra steps can boost your exercise routine Looking to change your life? If so, you might be able to forget those hours in the gym or that crazy diet plan. The editors of Prevention magazine say making … Continue reading

How Exercise Can Increase Your Brain Power

This article was originally published on NoArtificial.com. Regular physical activity has a positive effect on cognition and brain function. We all know that regular exercise can produce long term health benefits. It is a key component in any weight loss program. Furthermore, it can help to relieve anger, anxiety and depression, and also reduce risk of cancer, … Continue reading

Two surprising new discoveries about exercise

This article was originally posted by The Bar Method Blog.  Two amazing research studies published over the past year have challenged some major scientific assumptions about exercise. Both studies found that regular, intense exercise has much more potential than previously thought to give us strong, lean and slender bodies all our lives. The first study, printed … Continue reading

Right way of Eating fruits to maximize its Health Benefits!

This article was written by Written by Dr. Minakshi. Welukar and published  in SetuHealthCare.com. Know the correct way of eating fruits to optimize their benefits. Fruits, naturally packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidant and fiber, are good for human health. Along with longevity, people always expect good quality of life free from illnesses. As you know, a healthy lifestyle is the … Continue reading

Working Out Doesn’t Just Make You Stronger, It Makes You Smarter

This article was written by Morgan Clendaniel and published in Co.Exist.com. We already know the facts: Our country is in the midst of an obesity epidemic. Few American adults exercise enough, and that poor lifestyle choice is getting handed down to our children, who are getting fat at record levels. And all that obesity is … Continue reading

12 Tasks That Killer Employees Always Finish Before Noon

This article was written by Jada A. Graves and was published in the Business Insider. A recent study published in an American Psychological Association journal, Emotion, suggests that early birds are generally happier than night owls. More than 700 respondents, ranging from ages 17 to 79, were surveyed and asked about their emotional state, health, and preferred time of day. Self-professed … Continue reading

10 Tricks for a Fabulous Workday

This article was written by  Geoffrey James and published in Inc.com.  It takes just as much effort to have a wonderful day as it does to have a miserable one. Why not enjoy yourself? Want to have the best workday ever?  Day after day?  It’s not as difficult as you think. These 10 tweaks to your everyday … Continue reading

Physical inactivity causes 1 in 10 deaths worldwide, study says

This article was written by Matt Sloane for CNN.com. Physical inactivity causes 1 in 10 deaths worldwide, according to a series of studies released in British medical journal The Lancet, putting it on par with the dangers of smoking and obesity. The results also suggest that public health officials treat this situation as a pandemic. Specifically, … Continue reading

5 Ways to Bring Yourself Back from Burnout

This article was written by Martha Beck for Oprah.com. It may seem admirable to work yourself sick, but the longer you burn the candle at both ends, the faster you’ll burn out. If you’re already approaching medium well, Martha Beck is here to help. You wake up almost as tired as when you fell asleep, … Continue reading

How to give in to your cravings without gaining weight

Guest post written by Catherine Chen, Health Coach at catherinechenwellness.com I was chatting with a friend when he told me that sometimes he has cravings for chocolate but that it was “so bad.” Cravings have a bad reputation – people think that they shouldn’t have them because it leads them to eat the foods in quantities they wouldn’t … Continue reading