Resolutions have a way of recycling themselves. Is anyone else recycling the same health resolution they committed to in 2017? My hand is raised too. The question is how to avoid failing to maintain and achieve our health resolution(s) again in 2018. There is no right answer, but I do have some helpful tips that may help all of us to succeed because the only way we learn is by failing the first time around.
Today I am covering how not to fail in your resolutions!
Moving forward isn't as hard as you might think if you're making a New Year's Resolution. The act of resolving is often healthier than the resolution itself.
When it comes to losing weight, attitude can make the difference between success and failure. Here’s a recommended atypical New Year resolution that one researcher believes could change how you look at yourself for a healthier and happier you.
Body acceptance new year resolution news
Florida State University
If everyone around you is coming down with the flu and you are concerned, it is important to understand that how to fight the flu naturally isn't one flu shot away. The one and only way how to fight the flu naturally is to develop a strong and stable immune system through proper care and lifestyle choices.
There are a variety of factors that increase inflammation including stress and the Standard American diet, and inflammation-related disease is on the rise. As we jot down our resolutions for 2018, we should be proactive in implementing some if not all of the habits on this list in our daily lives to avoid the terrible consequences of an inflamed body and mind.
In the 5th installment of this 10-part series, we will take a look at some sound advice on how to make building a healthier and leaner body fun by becoming a weekend warrior. Plus, how this may be relevant to losing weight due to your “internal bathroom scales.”
internal bathroom scales regarding obesity
University of Gothenburg
The gut is a hot topic these days as the light of scientific knowledge penetrates all of the secrets coiled within the 28 feet of human intestines. Recent research conducted by the University of Illinois sheds light on the role of exercise in gut health, and their findings may astonish you.