2020, blog

BLOG: Can exercise help those who are already “healthy”?

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Tons of research already exists to show that physical activity is a wonderful resource for those diagnosed with clinical depression, severe anxiety, or other serious mood disorder issues.

The American Psychological Association conducted a new study to see if regular exercise can also help those who are generally mentally healthy, but just are physically inactive. Could exercise affect their mental health also?

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2020, blog

BLOG: Cheat days

Weight loss is a personal journey for any one who is ready to undertake lifestyles changes. When you’re in the weight loss game, consistency is key, but there also may be things you need to keep your mind in the game. Some may find it difficult to reach weight loss goals without craving the foods they love. For this, some people institute Cheat Days.

What are Cheat Days?

Cheat days are a scheduled indulgence from your normal healthy eating plan. How you choose indulgence is up to you. The most popular type is one day a week or one day a month, you don’t follow the specific healthy eating plan that generally follow 80% of the time.

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