What You Read and View Is Important to Your Health
A steady diet of Facebook, magazines, TV news and gossip works for your mind in the same way a diet of junk food works for your body. Tasty but not especially nutritious.. Where a poor diet can lead to fatty arteries and a bigger waistline, a diet of low-quality information can lead to more anxiety, unhappiness and insecurity. Mark Twain said
Why Nutrition is Essential for Our Wellbeing
You are what you eat as the saying goes. This is a great saying but is only partially true. Conventional wisdom used to say that if we ate a lot of fat we would become fat and if we ate a lot of cholesterol our arteries would become clogged for example. Recent studies have demonstrated that the truth is more complicated than that.
How Small Changes Make a Big Difference
Think of the daily habits you have now that are ingrained in your behavior. Eating breakfast, brushing your teeth, doing laundry, paying bills. Think of how these things make your life better and how your life would be if you didn’t do them. Also think about how
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