Living Healthy: Recipes & Tips
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Living Healthy: Recipes & Tips
Recipes, tips & tricks to help you become healthier, fit and focused
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Want to Be CEO? What's Your BMI?

Want to Be CEO? What's Your BMI? | Living Healthy: Recipes & Tips | Scoop.it
New research suggests that a few extra pounds or a slightly larger waistline affects an executive's perceived leadership ability as well as stamina on the job.
Kelsey Dickens's insight:

Some of the most successful people in business sacrafice their health, vacation days and even family time to get ahead. But at what cost?

 

According to The Wall Street Journal, if your CEO (or any other executive) is overweight, they will most likely be perceived as less effective in the workplace and their career may suffer as a result. 

 

Some executives are now taking time off to put their health first by exercising more, planning healthy meals throughout the day or revitalizing themselves by using their vacation days. Their career may depend on it. 

 

-Kelsey at www.kelseydickens.com

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Alkaline Diet: What is it? How does it help fight disease? - KelseyDickens.com

Alkaline Diet: What is it? How does it help fight disease? - KelseyDickens.com | Living Healthy: Recipes & Tips | Scoop.it

When we think of acid, some pretty intense images may come to mind: hazardous waste, acid rain, chemicals or drugs.

But what about acid in your body? Believe it or not, certain FOODS cause acidity within the human body and your kidneys and lungs play a vital role in controlling these levels. In most healthy people the kidneys and lungs are able to balance the acid levels. But how do you know if you are healthy enough to maintain this balance? Check out this article & find out!

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Fructose Effect On Brain May Explain Link To Obesity

Fructose Effect On Brain May Explain Link To Obesity | Living Healthy: Recipes & Tips | Scoop.it
A new, preliminary imaging study that compares the effects of fructose and glucose on the brain has found differences that may explain why diets high in fructose may be behind the obesity epid
Kelsey Dickens's insight:

Diets high in fructose lead to obesity related to its effects on the brain. Fructose can leave us feeling hungry for more because it causes our satiety hormones to be left "on" instead of "off" when our stomach is full. 

 

- Kelsey at www.kelseydickens.com

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