Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: the Paleo recipe of the week, fifteen things you could give up in order to be successful, GMO labeling in Vermont, the problems of being overweight at twenty-five, the girl who filmed her own abortion, and more!
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It’s no secret successful people do the things that others don’t want to do. Are these fifteen things you could give up in order to be successful?
Recipe of the week: Southwestern sweet potato hashbrowns from Primal Bliss Nutrition.
Fermeted vegetables are a great source of probiotics that help keep your immune system in check and also aid in absorption. Here’s how to do it yourself.
Everyone needs a good workout of the week. Try this Crossfit type workout featuring Turkish Getups.
What’s a Turkish Getup? You might want to read our past Workout Of The Month and try adding them to your routine.
The Best Health and Fitness News
Do your children like video games or spend more than two hours at a time watching TV? If so they’re more than two and a half times likely high blood pressure than their more active peers. High blood pressure is a risk factor for heart attacks, strokes, and kidney disease. More of the story: teach your kids good habits and go outside!
Also, those who are obese by age twenty-five are more at risk for becoming severely obese after thirty-five. Good habits are built when you’re young but if you already find yourself in an unhealthy predicament, it’s never too late to change.
Just because you run more, does not guarantee that you’ll live longer – at least according to the American College of Cardiology.
In other news, Vermont becomes the first state to require GMO labeling.
The Worst Health and Fitness News This Week
Ah yes, the good New Jersey Abortion Counselor thought that there wasn’t enough pro-abortion media out there. So what did she decide to do? She decided to film her own abortion. No comment there…
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