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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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No joke, research from Canada suggests that exercise alone can reverse signs of skin aging even if you don’t start to work out until late in life and regardless of any skin damage due to basking unprotected on the beach when you were young. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada began to wonder about the…Read More
Here is some fantastic news for women: researchers in Europe have found that daily exercise cuts the risk of breast cancer, regardless of a woman’s age or weight. The “age” and “weight” findings are surprising and hugely important. We’ve known for years that exercise can reduce some women’s risk of breast cancer, but earlier studies…Read More
Our greatest enemy is no longer the time spent lounging in sweats in front of the TV. New research suggests that it is all that time in front of the computer that is damaging our health by keeping us seated, often for hours on end, leading to aches and pains in the back, shoulders and…Read More
Yesterday I had the honor of testing for my second-degree brown belt in Kenpo Karate with Mr. Bob White… another step toward black belt. The truth is, it was not my best test, not even close! What I didn’t tell Mr. White until after I passed my test yesterday was that I had been up…Read More
Are you familiar with the “obesity paradox”? This is the idea that being overweight or obese isn’t so bad for your health after all, even if you’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States (it can lead to blindness, heart disease, strokes, nerve…Read More