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Why exercise alone won’t save us | News | The Guardian

Why exercise alone won’t save us | News | The Guardian | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
The long read: Sedentary lifestyles are killing us – we need to build activity into our everyday lives, not just leave it for the gym
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Age against the machine: the secret to enjoying a long life | Society | The Guardian

Age against the machine: the secret to enjoying a long life | Society | The Guardian | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
The writer Carl Honoré used to think of ageing as a ‘chamber of horrors’. Now he argues we are in a ‘golden age’ for older people
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4 Indicators Your CEO is Not Interested in Your Burnout

4 Indicators Your CEO is Not Interested in Your Burnout | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
My definition of caring about something includes both the emotional act of caring and the physical action of doing something about it. I do believe most CEOs care emotionally about burnout, but not enough are actually doing something about it. But let’s be clear, your CEO has the power to do almost anything she/he wants, especially when times are good, so they bear the responsibility for a burnout crisis.

This year I spoke at or attended a total of 12 conferences. At all of the ones I spoke at I typically asked 2 questions:

How many of you have experienced serious burnout from work?
How many of you have been through a merger or acquisition event in the last 5 years?

At every one of the conferences, at least three-fourths of the audience, ranging from 50 – 400 in size, raised their hands both times. Seeing all the hands go up quickly was both impressive and sad. However not surprising.

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David Hain's curator insight, November 7, 2018 7:39 PM

You have the biggest interest in your own future, and that means your wellbeing is your responsibility. Fan your own flame, don't let it burn out! And don't expect your organisation to look after it for you - even though it should...

Tom Wojick's curator insight, November 8, 2018 1:44 PM

Yes, leaders and organizations are a significant factor in stress and burnout. That being said, the person most responsible and the one who can to do the most to manage and prevent burnout is you. Resilient people accept responsibility for their circumstances and take action to reduce, change or prevent factors that steal their vitality. Resilient people and organizations never see themselves as victims. 

Tom Wojick's curator insight, November 8, 2018 1:49 PM

Stress is a leading human factor in accidents and injuries and organizations can do a lot to address their organizational climate, and leadership and supervisor approaches to management that can help to reduce stress and therefore reduce it as a safety factor 

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Eat to Live

Eat to Live | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Is your overeating caused by internal imbalance? We all love to eat. Enjoying food beyond simple sustenance is normal. It becomes problematic, however, when we overeat until there is a significant weight gain or health risk. When we eat without physical hunger cues, regularly choose unhealthy comfort foods, or eat when we’re already full, something is out …

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, October 3, 2018 9:15 PM

Did you know that your body knows what is best for your health and when you aren’t aware, or ignore, or listen to others advice your health can suffer? Your body is a miracle and it is wise to pay attention to the different signals it sends you alerting you of problems.

 

It’s a really good idea to eat when you’re hungry not when you get fooled by your eyes into thinking you’re hungry. Eat until you are satiated and then stop eating. Many times you may think you’re hungry when your body is dehydrated.

 

Your body has a hormone called leptin which plays a key role in regulating appetite, metabolism, and behavior. There’s another hormone called ‘ghrelin’ which is the hunger hormone. Both come into play when you consume food. 

 

When you’re over eating daily and can’t seem to stop that’s partly because the leptin signal isn’t working. Leptin tells you when you’re full. Ghrelin increases your appetite.

 

Health Tips:

 

Are you aware that ‘diets’ don’t work? Eat sensibly, eat only when you’re hungry and eat fiber rich plant based real whole foods. Avoid processed packaged food, animal based food, GMO/pesticide chemical laden foods, cooking oils, and all that sugar type foods.

 

Do your best to eat organic, sprouts, some raw foods. Raw veggies, fruit, nuts and seeds are easy ones for you to eat. Stay away from alcoholic beverages and caffeinated foods.

 

Do exercise daily by walking, weight lifting, high intensity 5 minute exercises, aerobic, and/or dancing/swimming. Try not to overdo it.

 

Try yoga, tai chi, qi gong, meditation, walks in nature, deep breathing. and loving yourself to help you de-stress and come back into alignment with your body, mind, and spirit. Make sure you’re getting at least 7-9 hours sleep every night.

 

Read more about “Eat to Live” from www.hippocratesinst.org by Julie M.Simon.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/zestful-living site is being curated by Sandi Cornez, Food Consultant and Health and Wellness Educator. Follow Sandi for more healthy food, water, eco, and spiritual tips @https://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

 

 

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How to Fall Asleep Fast - In Less Than 2 Minutes

How to Fall Asleep Fast - In Less Than 2 Minutes | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Have you ever unexpectedly found yourself with a snatch of time in which to steal a nap? You tried to settle into the chair or nook in which you found yourself, closed your eyes, and then . . . you just sat there, drowsy but awake. Despite feeling quite tired, you couldn’t fall asleep, and …
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De 4 sleutels voor geluk op het werk | HR Praktijk

De 4 sleutels voor geluk op het werk | HR Praktijk | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Als organisatie inzetten op werkgeluk zorgt dat voor tevreden medewerkers die met plezier naar hun werk gaan, maar hoe zet je zo’n beweging in gang?
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Do you work more than 39 hours a week? Your job could be killing you

Do you work more than 39 hours a week? Your job could be killing you | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Long hours, stress and physical inactivity are bad for our wellbeing – yet we’re working harder than ever. Isn’t it time we fought back?
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Groot Amerikaans onderzoek wijst uit: wie stress omarmt leeft langer

Groot Amerikaans onderzoek wijst uit: wie stress omarmt leeft langer | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Mensen die veel stress ondervinden, maar dat niet als gevaarlijk beschouwen lopen geen groter risico om vroegtijdig te sterven. Dat blijkt althans uit een groot Amerikaans onderzoek onder 30.000 volwassenen.…
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Top 10 (bewezen!) anti stress muziek

Top 10 (bewezen!) anti stress muziek | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Al bijna 100 jaar lang wordt de cruciale rol van muziek in productiviteit en ontspanning onderzocht. Het resultaat: dé top 10 beste anti-stress muziek aller tijden – om bewezen direct te kunnen ontspannen en opladen in tijden van stress en drukte (met Adele!). Hard werken vraagt net zo zeer om inspanning als om ontspanning. Inspanning krijgen …
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Waarom je soms van richting moet veranderen 

Waarom je soms van richting moet veranderen  | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Kijken: Waarom we werken allemaal eigenlijk heel saai vinden
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25 Simple Ways To Develop A Growth Mindset -

25 Simple Ways To Develop A Growth Mindset - | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it

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Op je rechterzij slapen is slecht voor je gezondheid

Volgens recent onderzoek, gepubliceerd in het medische tijdschrift "Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology", kan onze slaaphouding een dramatisch effec
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Ten Holistic Tips for a Life-Long Healthy Gut - Hippocrates Health Institute

Ten Holistic Tips for a Life-Long Healthy Gut - Hippocrates Health Institute | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
by Nathan Batalion, PhD, Certified Traditional Naturopath We can “tip our hats” to someone while bowing to them by leaning forward from our gut, our core. We “tip a waiter/waitress” after a meal, symbolic of a bowing gratefulness after having filled our gut. How appropriate then to offer some tips back to ourselves to promote …

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, March 4, 2017 9:32 PM

Did you know you can nurture your gut, your second brain to be healthy and whole? Your immune system is the seat of your health and well-being. When your gut is healthy, you are as well.

 

Health tips:  When you consume a total organic plant based real whole food regimen your gut, brain, and body work together harmoniously. If you’re just beginning your wellness journey know that there will be hills and valleys and speed bumps along the way. This is as it should be. 

 

Everyone’s body is a little different. Learn to trust your body to tell you what feels good and what doesn’t.  Go slow with beans as it may take your body some time to adjust. Lentils are easier on your body’s digestion. You can sprout or cook adzuki beans, green/brown lentils, and other legumes. 

 

Add more raw foods to your meals. Ripe fruit is an easy way to begin as is eating sprouts. You can purchase green sprouts, including broccoli, radish, pea shoots, and sunflower shoots in your market or grow your own in soil or water and you will always have fresh green living food available year round.

 

 Have on hand in your fridge cut up raw carrots, zucchini, cucumbers, red/yellow peppers, celery, cauliflower florets, broccoli, thinly sliced red cabbage or other veggies you like. You can add to your salads or use as veggie dippers for hummus.

 

Buy some organic seaweed (sea veggies). Most markets and online carry it. The easiest way is to grind into a powder and sprinkle like herbs onto your food at each meal.. You will be giving your body living rich minerals plus vitamins A,B,C,D,E, K and other phyto (plant) nutrients.

 

Eat fermented foods and take a good quality probiotic. Be careful with gluten if you have health issues. The ancient grains such as quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, millet, and teff can be eaten by most people. You can also sprout these seeds and make raw sprouted breads and cookies.

 

Of course make sure to drink filtered water half your body weight  every day. So if you weigh 140 pounds, then drink 70 ounces/day. Green drinks or juicing are very beneficial. If you’re making smoothies, then make them green smoothies only with no fruit.

 

If you’re still buying processed foods, don’t beat yourself up, just buy the least processed ones. Stay away from processed food with the word “refined”on the label because these commercial foods contain GMOs and other ingredients that your body can’t utilize and/or are toxic.

 

Eliminate completely or drastically reduce your consumption of all sugars, yes ALL. Organic liquid Stevia can be used and you only need a few drops.

 

Get in the habit of using organic spices, such as cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg. Use vanilla bean or extract and you can add raw carob for a chocolaty taste or raw cacao.

 

Breathe deeply through your nose. Meditate, practice yoga, or tai chi, or qi gong and/or aerobic, weight lifting daily. Be mindful throughout your day and be kind to all animals and to each other and of course to Mother Earth.

 

Read more about this helpful article “Ten Holistic Tips For a Long-Life Healthy Gut” from www.hippocrateshealthinst.org by Nathan Batalion, PhD,Certified traditional Naturopath.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/zestful-living site is being curated by Sandi Cornez. Follow Sandi for more healthy food/water tips @https://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

 

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‘We werken niet te veel, we laden te weinig op’

‘We werken niet te veel, we laden te weinig op’ | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Interview: Structureel ‘op’ zijn hoort helemaal niet bij het leven, zegt bedrijfsarts Willem van Rhenen. „We negeren de vraag: wat gééft energie?” Moe…
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4 Indicators Your CEO is Not Interested in Your Burnout

4 Indicators Your CEO is Not Interested in Your Burnout | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
My definition of caring about something includes both the emotional act of caring and the physical action of doing something about it. I do believe most CEOs care emotionally about burnout, but not enough are actually doing something about it. But let’s be clear, your CEO has the power to do almost anything she/he wants, especially when times are good, so they bear the responsibility for a burnout crisis.

This year I spoke at or attended a total of 12 conferences. At all of the ones I spoke at I typically asked 2 questions:

How many of you have experienced serious burnout from work?
How many of you have been through a merger or acquisition event in the last 5 years?

At every one of the conferences, at least three-fourths of the audience, ranging from 50 – 400 in size, raised their hands both times. Seeing all the hands go up quickly was both impressive and sad. However not surprising.

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David Hain's curator insight, November 7, 2018 7:39 PM

You have the biggest interest in your own future, and that means your wellbeing is your responsibility. Fan your own flame, don't let it burn out! And don't expect your organisation to look after it for you - even though it should...

Tom Wojick's curator insight, November 8, 2018 1:44 PM

Yes, leaders and organizations are a significant factor in stress and burnout. That being said, the person most responsible and the one who can to do the most to manage and prevent burnout is you. Resilient people accept responsibility for their circumstances and take action to reduce, change or prevent factors that steal their vitality. Resilient people and organizations never see themselves as victims. 

Tom Wojick's curator insight, November 8, 2018 1:49 PM

Stress is a leading human factor in accidents and injuries and organizations can do a lot to address their organizational climate, and leadership and supervisor approaches to management that can help to reduce stress and therefore reduce it as a safety factor 

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5 Simple Ways You Can Unleash Your Maximum Personal Potential

5 Simple Ways You Can Unleash Your Maximum Personal Potential | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Imagine living a life with unlimited potential, and you could achieve whatever you want. How good would that be? Nobody wants to live in mediocrity and everyone wants to live an extraordinary and fulfilling life. However, this is far from the truth. Most people desire to live a limitless life, but most of them fail […]

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A Stanford researcher says we shouldn’t start working full time until age 40

A Stanford researcher says we shouldn’t start working full time until age 40 | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
For people smack in the mad mid-life rush of managing full-time careers, dependent children, and aging parents, nothing feels so short in supply as time.

But there is time to get it all done, says psychologist Laura Carstensen, the founding director of the Stanford Center on Longevity. The only problem is that we’ve arranged life all wrong.

A woman who is 40 years old today can expect to live another 45 years, on average, while 5% will live to see their 100th birthday. The average 40-year-old man will live another 42. For many people, most of those years will be healthy enough to continue work that doesn’t involve intense physical labor. So why are we still packing all of our career and family obligations into a few frantic decades?

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David Hain's curator insight, July 16, 2018 3:22 PM

An interesting suggestion about reframing our working lives to suit our increasing longevity. radical to get started, but maybe sensible over time?

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10 Yoga Poses For People Who Sit All Day | Care2

10 Yoga Poses For People Who Sit All Day | Care2 | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Do you work a desk job? These yoga poses can help undo some of the damage that all of that sitting has done to your body.

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, February 9, 2018 7:21 PM

Did you know that you can get relief from sitting all day and help your body by practicing yoga, Tai Chi and Qi Gong? These are good exercises to move your whole body and learn to concentrate on your breathing which helps with relaxation.

 

Health tips:

 

You can raise yourself up while sitting in a chair and hold for a few minutes. Repeat every 15 minutes. This exercise helps strengthen your arms as you’re putting pressure on them to lift your body.

 

You can also do other types of resistance exercises while sitting at your desk. You can raise your legs, lift your knees, move your arms, and twist in your chair.

 

At your workplace you can take a walk on your break. Perhaps your workplace has an exercise ball which you can use or you can ask to bring one in for use.

 

You can walk to work, take a bus, ride your bike or walk on your days off. The more movement exercise you do the better for your body’s health. Take dancing lessons or go zip lining, roller skating or ice skating. Lift weights at home or at a gym.

 

Do aerobic exercises. Exercising everyday for short, medium, or longer periods of time keeps your body fit and you feel better. Remember to complement your exercise with healthy eating. You can’t exercise your way out of a poor lifestyle.

 

Read more about “10 Yoga Poses For People who sit all Day” from www.care2.com by Becky Striepe.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/zestful-living site is being curated by Sandi Cornez, food Consultant. follow Sandi for more healthy food/water tips @https://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

 

 

 

 

 

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How to Listen to Your Body Better, In 7 Easy Steps | Care2 Healthy Living

How to Listen to Your Body Better, In 7 Easy Steps | Care2 Healthy Living | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Become best friends with your own body by learning to listen to it.

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, January 13, 2018 8:30 PM

Did you know there are ways to help you listen more to what your body is trying to tell you? follow these steps so you can begin to take charge of your health and well-being.

 

Health Tips:

 

Begin to notice when something is different, when a rash or headache shows up that didn’t occur in the past. These symptoms are your body’s way of alerting you that something is amiss.

 

Did you change your eating habits, add something new, take a new supplement, or were you thinking and interacting with negativity? Before you run off to the E.R. or the pharmacy, sit with yourself and see if you can piece together what might have triggered this issue.

 

Watch and wait to see if it occurs again. Many times if you’ve taken a new supplement, the supplement may trigger inflammation as in a rash appearing. Don’t panic, this inflammation is a good thing as it’s showing you that the supplement is actually helping your body.

 

Read more about ‘How to Listen to Your Body Better in 7 Easy steps” from www.care2.com by Maggie McCracken.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/zestful-living is being curated by Sandi Cornez, Food Consultant. Follow Sandi for more healthy food/water tips @https://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

 

 

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Why older women will rule the world: The future is female, MIT expert says

Why older women will rule the world: The future is female, MIT expert says | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
As we live longer, women over 50 will have more power than ever before.
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Meditation and yoga can 'reverse' DNA reactions which cause stress, new study suggests

Meditation and yoga can 'reverse' DNA reactions which cause stress, new study suggests | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Mind-body interventions (MBIs) such as meditation, yoga and Tai Chi don't simply relax us; they can 'reverse' the molecular reactions in our DNA which cause ill-health and depression, according to a study by the universities of Coventry and Radboud.
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Werkgevers en managers moeten meer doen tegen burn-out

Werkgevers en managers moeten meer doen tegen burn-out | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Werkgevers, en vooral leidinggevenden, gaan niet goed genoeg om met professionals die na een burn-out terugkeren.
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Waarom je to-do-lijstje je inefficiënt en ongelukkig maakt

Waarom je to-do-lijstje je inefficiënt en ongelukkig maakt | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Tijd plannen was een briljante uitvinding en heeft ons 250 jaar geleden geholpen de maatschappij te transformeren. Nu is het niet meer nodig.
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Duurzame Inzetbaarheid; meer dan puberseks

Duurzame Inzetbaarheid; meer dan puberseks | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Het thema Duurzame Inzetbaarheid was tot voor kort als puberseks: er werd veel over gesproken maar weinig aan gedaan. En als er al wat aan gedaan werd is het ad hoc. Hoe hier een geïntegreerd beleid van te maken en medewerkers mee te krijgen? Het Effectiviteitsmodel Duurzame Inzetbaarheid kan daarbij helpen. Topic: Duurzame inzetbaarheid
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Door meditatie betere concentratie

Door meditatie betere concentratie | Vitaliteit & duurzame inzetbaarheid | Scoop.it
Mediteren is sinds eind 20ste eeuw behoorlijk ingeburgerd. Mensen kijken niet meer op als zelfs topmensen in het zakenleven zeggen dat ze tijd neme
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