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The Simple Changes

Published on 8/13/2018
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Six short weeks is all it may take for simple changes in diet and exercise to start making dramatic reductions in risk for killer illnesses like diabetes, cancer or heart disease, researchers report.

"Although the notion that proper nutrition and exercise is good for you is not revolutionary, it's important that people know that major health benefits can come quickly," researcher Steven Aldana, a Brigham Young University professor of exercise science, said in a prepared statement.

In his team's study, 337 volunteers -- all residents of Illinois and ranging from 43 to 81 years of age -- participated in a 40-hour educational course over four weeks. Administered by the SwedishAmerican Health System, the Coronary Health Improvement Project lectures touted the importance of healthy lifestyle choices.

People experienced significant reductions in body fat, cholesterol levels and blood pressure when they spent just 30 minutes a day on cardiovascular exercise and adopted a diet emphasizing unrefined foods like grains, legumes and fresh fruits and vegetables, Aldana reported.

"This is not a diet, not a trend, not a fad that will go away," he said. "It's adopting a nutritious way of eating and exercise that causes very important positive changes in your body's health in a short period of time."


Healthy Aging Tip Of The Week

Remember how you felt when you started a new school year 
1. Make sure you have at least one social encounter a day. Having a sense of community and positive connections in your life is crucial to the aging process.

Sexual and emotional intimacy is equally important. Many articles and research indicates that surrounding oneself with loved ones slows down the aging process.

2. Commit yourself to a couple of activities outside your home a week. It’s important to keep your mind active and stimulated. Make sure you make time for hobbies or experiences that make you HAPPY. Having passion for things we enjoy doing (i.e. hiking, dance class, painting, book club, playing chess, etc.) keeps us youthful and gives us a sense of PURPOSE.

Research shows that people who feel like they have a purpose really do prolong their life!

3. Get fresh air. Commit yourself to weekly outdoor activities that allow you to breathe in fresh air. Whether it’s a morning walk, outdoor stretching, or any form or outdoor exercise helps you remember you are ALIVE. It also helps to motivate further mental, social and spiritual activity.


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