Healthy Reading This Week

Pour yourself a mug of tea, sit & relax and check out some of the interesting things I’ve been reading this week:

Salt, Not So Bad For You After All? Great food for thought, highlighting the recent research that shakes up the conventional thinking that salt is a no-no for us all. (from Huffington Post Health/AOL Healthy Living)

Mistakes Made in the Bedroom: Why You Wake Up Exhausted A nice, succinct article on how to get better sleep. Must admit, I’m not convinced about the first tip, though. (from FitSugar)

The Secret to Walking Off Belly Fat Some really easy ways to get the most out of your walking regimen–and no, it does not include carrying little hand-weights a la 1986. (from Shine)

Being Optimistic May Reduce Risk of Stroke Fabulous new research throwing even more light on the happiness movement. (from WebMD)

Doctor On ‘TODAY’ Show Slams Mommyrexia As Part Of Perfectionist Culture Imposed On Mothers A discussion prompted by Dr. Nancy Snyderman’s thoughts on a disturbing trend. (from Mommyish)

The Body Positive: How Author Dayna Macy Got Out Of A Size 18 And Into A Healthy Relationship With Food More on the complicated (and fascinating) topic of body image, weight loss, and emotional health. (from Blisstree)


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