Getting enough protein is important, regardless of whether you want healthy skin and nails, to lose weight, or get bulging biceps. But “enough” could be the difference between eating a few extra eggs and washing down your steak with protein shakes.
If you want to lose weight, diet and exercise are both important. However, that doesn’t mean they’re equally important. This video explains why changing your diet has a bigger effect on your weight loss than exercise.
You’ve probably heard that deep-frying is the absolute worst way to prepare anything ever, but a study published in Food Chemistry has found that it can actually add nutritional value to some vegetables.
Many of us struggle to get enough sleep every night, but is the sleep we get any good? While it’s important to get enough sleep, better sleep is a greater ally than more hours of sleep. We sat down with a sleep expert and a stack of studies to help you get a better night’s sleep and need less in the process. Here’s how. This post was originally published in 2013. In honor of World Sleep Day, today we’re reviving this old feature on how to get better z’s. Most of Us Have a Hard Time Getting Enough Sleep in the First Place Let’s make sure we’re on the same page from the start: You need sleep, and odds are, you may not be getting enough as it is.
When it’s far too difficult to deny yourself that cigarette, eating that donut, or splurging on a new coat, tell yourself to instead wait just 10 minutes before you give in. This “mini” delay in gratification will help you build more self-control over time. I’ve read a lot of self-help advice on boosting your self-control, but this one from Kelly McGonigal’s The Willpower Instinct can be particularly powerful and put to immediate practice. She calls it the 10-minute delay rule. Any time you have the urge to do something you know is counterproductive to your goals (but you just can’t help it!), delay your gratification by just 10 minutes.
There’s a common misconception that everything in life comes down to time. Every day I find myself slipping into these same statements: If only I had more time. I just need a few extra minutes. A couple hours of work.
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