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EXERCISE IS ESSENTIAL FOR ALL BRAIN WARRIORS
Start developing a healthy exercise routine to help lower your blood pressure, calm your brain, optimize your cholesterol and hormones, and so much more. Exercise at least twice each week to decrease your risk of dementia, obesity and aging all at once. It directly fights depression, anxiety, heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Done the correct way, exercise is one of the most powerful anti-aging tools. Move every day!
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Practicing four simple, often enjoyable, everyday habits could dramatically increase your lifespan by helping stave off heart disease and other dangerous disorders, a new study published in American Journal of Epidemiology suggests. In fact, people who practiced all four of the habits trimmed their risk for early death by an astonishing 80 percent. Researchers from…Read More
In my Omni Diet classes, I’m often asked how to maintain the right balance between eating enough to fuel workouts without overdoing it afterwards. While most people assume that hunger pangs after exercise are sparked solely by the need to replenish calories that have been torched, intriguing new research suggests that the brain’s food-reward center…Read More
Not only does including strength training in your exercise routine rev up metabolism and torch calories, but it does wonderful things for your figure. While getting healthier is the goal, looking younger and sexier are beautiful benefits. However, there are misconceptions about muscles, strength training and the best ways to get fit. Some people refuse…Read More
You’ve probably heard of disease “hotspots” (places where certain diseases are more common), but did you know that scientists have also discovered “cold spots” where chronic disorders like diabetes, cancer, and heart disease are rare? What’s particularly surprising is that these exceptionally healthy people often have genetic or environmental factors that should increase–not lower–their risk…Read More