Recessions Are Not Good For Your Health

TuesMay22CI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research showing what you likely already know - financial unrest is not good for your waistline.

MAKING CHANGES: How you eat is as important as what you eat. Making one small change may help you reduce your potential for obesity.

FACT OR FICTION: Can you fly?


In The News

Researchers from King’s College in London finds those who suffered the greatest financial unrest during the recession in 2008, also experienced the greatest risk of gaining weight during those years.


Daily Health Tip

How and when you eat may be as important as what you eat.

Making Changes

It’s easy to incorporate fasting or intermittent fasting into your routine. This process improves your metabolism, reduces insulin resistance, improves your mood and protects your mitochondrial function.

There are three different ways of fasting:

  1. Fast from dinner until lunch making sure you go over 12 hours between meals.
  2. Fast two days a week for 24 hours.
  3. Combine the two types fasting for 24 hours once a week and between dinner and lunch or lunch and breakfast the remaining days of the week.

Remember to drink enough water that your urine is a light straw color to stay hydrated and eat plenty of healthy saturated fats to fuel your body.


Daily Affirmation

Using patience, I am able to be compassionate with others. I show them the kindness they deserve. In all relationships, whether they are personal or professional, I strive to be a person that others can look up to.
I maintain a positive attitude so I can work with situations as they occur and develop effective solutions. I look forward to the future so I can portray even more strength as I go through my life.

Fact or Fiction?

Man has been fascinated with flight for as long as recorded history. You may have even had dreams about being able to fly, much like Superman. These small wonders were first launched successfully by the Wright brothers in Dayton OH. They are fixed wing crafts powered by engines, which overcome wind drag and lift the planes into the air. Some planes are capable of supersonic flight - breaking the sound barrier - but mostly military or experimental. The Concorde is the most famous commercial plane capable of supersonic flight. It was decommissioned in 2003 for safety issues.

Have a wonderful day!

Your Healthy Life America Team


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