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1.2 Million-Person Study Reveals How Much Exercise You Need to Benefit Mental Health (Plus 4-Minute Workout Video)

1.2 Million-Person Study Reveals How Much Exercise You Need to Benefit Mental Health (Plus 4-Minute Workout Video)

Exercise three to five days a week for 45 minutes is the “sweet spot” that leads to the greatest mental health gains. All types of exercise improved mental health, including that from housework, lawn mowing, child care and fishing, but three stood out above the rest in terms of offering the greatest mental health gains: team sports, cycling and aerobic and gym activities.

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Your Risk of 13 Cancers Is Lower When You Exercise – Here Are Some Terrific Exercise Options

Posted by on September 4, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Your Risk of 13 Cancers Is Lower When You Exercise – Here Are Some Terrific Exercise Options

You may already know one of the benefits of exercise includes optimizing your body to fight disease. Now, we have very robust, specific evidence showing that a solid prescription of physical activity can drastically lower your risk of 13 different types of cancers.

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Wisdom Pills: 7 Reasons Life Really Doesn’t Begin Until 40

Wisdom Pills: 7 Reasons Life Really Doesn’t Begin Until 40

With the increase in life expectancy from 50 in the beginning of the 19th century to 80 currently, it is obvious that what we consider old has changed. At 40, we’ve barely lived even half our lives, and myriad possibilities abound ahead.

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Eating Your Early Dinner Aids Weight Loss and Lowers Cancer Risk

Eating Your Early Dinner Aids Weight Loss and Lowers Cancer Risk

Eating dinner at 2 p.m., or skipping supper altogether, and fasting until the next morning, combats weight gain by reducing hunger, increasing fat burning and improving metabolic flexibility to burn both fat and carbs. Men and women who eat dinner two or more hours before bedtime have a 26 percent and 16 percent lower risk of prostate and breast cancer respectively than those who eat dinner closer to bedtime.

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Amazing Health Benefits Of Himalayan Salt Lamps: Clear Electronic Smog & Raise Positive Energy Vibration In Your Home

Amazing Health Benefits Of Himalayan Salt Lamps: Clear Electronic Smog & Raise Positive Energy Vibration In Your Home

Called “Vitamins of the Air”, Himalayan salt lamps don’t just produce light. They have amazing health benefits because it also produces negative ion atmosphere.

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The SHIELD Plan: 6 Simple Steps To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted by on August 31, 2018 in Hazards, Issues & Diseases, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
The SHIELD Plan: 6 Simple Steps To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

To help safeguard your brain and mental health, Dr. Rudolph Tanzi, professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School and the director of the Alzheimer’s Genome Project™, recommends following the SHIELD plan, which emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to avoid disease. The six components of the plan include sleeping, handling stress, interacting with others, exercising, learning new things, and following a healthy diet.

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Blueberries Give Your Brain a Boost + Blueberry Superfood Smoothie Recipe

Blueberries Give Your Brain a Boost + Blueberry Superfood Smoothie Recipe

Phytochemicals in blueberries have known antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antiproliferative properties, and are thought to play a beneficial role in brain aging and neurodegenerative disorders. When study participants between the ages of 60 and 75 years consumed freeze-dried blueberry in an amount equivalent to 1 cup of fresh blueberries daily, they experienced improved cognition after just 90 days.

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Kids Health: Pros And Cons Of Circumcision

Posted by on August 27, 2018 in Health, Prevention with 1 Comment
Kids Health: Pros And Cons Of Circumcision

To circumcise or not? The discussion about routine circumcision still has strong believers on both sides. Read on to find out why.

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Beat Fatigue and Heal Your Body Through the New Science of Optimum Hydration

Beat Fatigue and Heal Your Body Through the New Science of Optimum Hydration

A key component of proper hydration to beat fatigue and heal your body is getting the water into the cell, and one of the most effective ways of doing that is to eat your water in the form of plant foods. Chia seeds, aloe vera and cactus gels are also excellent hydrators

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Experience True Freedom: Choose Conscious Living For Optimal Health & Well-Being

Experience True Freedom: Choose Conscious Living For Optimal Health & Well-Being

Conscious living brings alignment in health & well-being and what it truly means to be free. Freedom from bonds, limitation and restriction. Freedom of movement, thought and expression – freeing our spirit from attachments. Freedom to create and serve without ego. Freedom to be present and to follow our bliss. Freedom to live in beauty and grace.

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How You Can Use Controlled Breathing To Calm Your Brain

How You Can Use Controlled Breathing To Calm Your Brain

Research suggests the benefits of controlled breathing may include improved health conditions ranging from insomnia and anxiety to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression. In a preliminary study presented in May 2016 at the International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health in Las Vegas, researchers found 12 weeks of daily yoga and controlled breathing improved symptoms of depression similar to using an antidepressant.

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13 Surprising Ways To Overcome Depression Naturally (You’ll Love #4)

Posted by on August 17, 2018 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
13 Surprising Ways To Overcome Depression Naturally (You’ll Love #4)

There are numerous ways you can naturally boost your mood and overcome depression, many of which are just as effective as prescription drugs, but without side-effects. Here are 13 ways to get you started…

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The Critical Importance of Standing More, Sitting Less – Dr. Mercola

The Critical Importance of Standing More, Sitting Less – Dr. Mercola

Sitting for long periods of time takes a huge toll on your body. You cannot out-exercise the number of hours you sit at work, in the car and in front of the television, which increases your potential risk for heart disease, diabetes, obesity and cancer. Moving as little as 10 minutes for every hour of sitting may help reduce negative effects.

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Gratitude Makes You Healthier, Happier and More Popular – Dr. Mercola

Gratitude Makes You Healthier, Happier and More Popular – Dr. Mercola

Dr. Mercola shares scientific evidence that gratitude makes you healthier, happier and even more popular. Gratitude also has many positive physical effects, including lowering blood sugar and blood pressure, improving cognition, reducing inflammation and pain, improving sleep quality and quantity, and improving heart health and immune function

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Working Yourself to Death: Long Hours Bring Risks

Posted by on August 6, 2018 in Hazards, Issues & Diseases, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Working Yourself to Death: Long Hours Bring Risks

In recent years, researchers have found that working long hours is linked with a variety of health issues, as Jennifer discovered. (Abiding by Workaholics Anonymous policy, she gives only her first name.) Among the ailments linked with long work hours are stroke, heart disease, mental health problems, diabetes, and abnormal heart rhythms.

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