What’s the easiest way to reduce stress in a busy life? And make the answer quick, will ya’?! Take a deep breath and read on for easy, free, stress-reducing strategies
Do you want your midlife body to stay as vital, youthful, and cooperative as long as possible? Then try Frances Largeman-Roth’s age-defying nutrition tips.
High stress = faster aging + weight gain. Relax to reduce stress. Bread-baking is one way. What’s Yours? Eating a plant-based diet, moderate exercise and reducing stress might help reverse the aging process on a cellular level. I
Recently Alexandra and I attended and spoke at the IDEA Personal Training Institute. One of the many stellar sessions we attended was Professor Len Kravitz’s talk “Stress, Obesity, and Cortisol.” He offered key insights on stress and fat collecting — the collection we don’t want to inherit, pay too much for, nor store for posterity (in posteriors).
So what can we do to reverse the obesity trend and stay at a healthy weight? If you are running to the answer of “eat a healthy diet and exercise” you are mostly right. But diet and exercise are not enough. We must also recognize 3 other, sneaky factors that cause weight gain.