Nearly everyone’s heard this story (or some variation of it) before: A husband and wife vow to lose weight as a couple. They start by exercising together and cutting soda from their diets.
Fitness TIPS, INSIGHTS AND INSPIRATION FROM TOP PROS
This story was first published on Greatist.com
Do you remember last New Year’s Eve? How about the resolutions you made?
When we think about what it means to be healthy, we tend to first think of obvious things like exercising, eating well and preventing weight gain.
Not that these fundamental factors don't contribute to good overall health, but too often they entirely steal the limelight, taking the attention away from less talked-about topics, like for example, brain health.
For those days when you’re feeling over-stressed, frustrated, down or just entirely unenergetic and you need that little extra “oomph” to get going.
In a world where weight loss is an ongoing goal for so many, it seems like everyone’s looking for a quick fix. Generally speaking that doesn’t exist, but a recently published study might have some good news for those looking to shed a few pounds with minimal effort.