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Counting steps has been “a thing” for nearly 20 years—when it first got big step counters were in cereal boxes, pushed in PSAs, and nicer versions flooded sports stores. There was debate—are they more accurate on your hip or ankle, and how much are you cheating wearing them on your wrist or throwing them in […]

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Active or inactive, your heart is working hard and needs support. Feeding your heart the nutrition it needs helps it stay healthy, grow stronger, and work better. But “a heart healthy diet” is a phrase that’s almost overused—sometimes just to say that one thing is less unhealthy than another, ignoring that it’s not actively supportive. […]

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Sleeping in isn’t going to make you lazy, in fact, it just might have the opposite effect. Sleeping when we need to is important for our immune system (and battling inflammation), our brains, our hearts, and our weight. It’s not just about quantity though, it’s about quality (and you might need fewer ZZZ’s if you […]

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Finding the perfect diet is fraught with peril. In one direction, you bump into microplastics, toxins, or preservatives, in another, whatever the current out food groups are—in another you might bump up against a deficiency or an allergen. Help navigate your way with daily support from supplements, like Deep Ocean Krill Oil. Omega-3 essential fatty […]

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Regardless of other risk factors, skipping breakfast is associated with an increased risk of a fatal heart attack or similar. Whether you’re a firm believer in a balanced breakfast or one of those who skip breakfast, this new research is good news; breakfast is an easy habit to pick up. It’s easy to grab a […]

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