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14Jun, 2016

Rest & Restore: Nutrition’s Link to Sleep

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Sleep continues to be a hot topic in the health world, and for good reason. Many individuals suffer from sleep deprivation, even when they lie down and fall asleep for the alotted 7-8 hours. Researchers work around the clock to address sleep problems because sleep is linked so strongly to quality of life. Thanks to data released by the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, we now know that overweight individuals spend a higher percentage of sleep time in the REM (rapid eye movement) stage of sleep as compared to […]
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Green Bay Chiropractor Why Diets Fail
3Jun, 2016

Why Diets Fail

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I read a statistic recently that took me by surprise: 95% of diets fail and dieters will regain their lost weight in 1-5 years. It is not new knowledge to me that a lot of diets fail, but a 95% failure rate is staggeringly high. Why is this rate so high, and what can we do about it? If your first step in beginning a new diet begins with a commercial weight-loss program, weight-loss drug, or even bariatric surgery, you are definitely not alone. The weight-loss industry earns billions of […]
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Happy is Healthy: Optimism is Key to Wellness
31May, 2016

Happy Really Is Healthy

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No matter what you consider happiness to be—joy, lasting contentment, an optimistic outlook—there is now research proving that happiness does in fact improve health. A recent review of more than 200 studies has determined a connection between overall life satisfaction, happiness, and stress management with a lowered risk of heart disease. “Positive psychological well-being” is found to strongly protect your cardiovascular health. Laura Kubzansky, a professor of social and behavioral sciences at Harvard School of Public Health, has performed many of these studies herself (CNN). Kubzansky notes, “For physical health, […]
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