Research shows that diet can contribute to at least one-third of all cancers. Replacing an animal-based diet with a plant-based diet can lower the rate of the big four — lung, breast, colon and prostate cancers — which account for more than 50 percent of all cancer deaths.
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When starting a new exercise routine and/or healthy habit, or to stay on course for one you’ve already begun, don’t use the “excuse” that you don’t have time for xyz. That excuse just means it isn’t important to you. Just ten minutes a day is better than nothing.
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Diet and exercise are health factors dependent on each other. As we age, the more we need to move and remain active. The reasons are two-fold: 1) the older we are we tend to put on excess body fat, especially around the middle, and 2) muscle mass diminishes as we age. So what can you do?
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Relaxing music opens up the endorphin-releasing pathways to the brain and soothes the same parts that control heart rate and blood pressure. Soothing music also reduces circulating inflammatory substances in the body.
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A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that engaging in leisure activities such as playing games, reading books, or doing crossword puzzles decreases the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by nearly one third.
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