100 Simple Secrets of Healthy People: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use it

Simple Secrets of Healthy People What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use it The Simple Science of a Healthy LifeFrom fitness to diets to emotional health and longevity what do people who feel and look healthy do differently than those who are overtired depressed or out of

  • Title: 100 Simple Secrets of Healthy People: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use it
  • Author: DavidNiven
  • ISBN: 9780060564728
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Simple Science of a Healthy LifeFrom fitness to diets to emotional health and longevity, what do people who feel and look healthy do differently than those who are overtired, depressed, or out of shape Every day we face an avalanche of studies and statistics that tell us what we should or shouldn t eat, how long we need to exercise, or how to protect ourselves from seThe Simple Science of a Healthy LifeFrom fitness to diets to emotional health and longevity, what do people who feel and look healthy do differently than those who are overtired, depressed, or out of shape Every day we face an avalanche of studies and statistics that tell us what we should or shouldn t eat, how long we need to exercise, or how to protect ourselves from secondhand smoke and the harmful rays from the sun Not only are these studies often contradictory, but the actual scientific information is usually inaccessible.Moving beyond the myths and misinformation, the advice in these pages is not based on one person s opinions or one expert s study For the first time the research available on the health of average Americans has been distilled into one hundred essential ways that we can become healthier and happier Each of the core findings is accompanied by a real life example showing these results in action.Eat often Oxford University researchers found that people who ate five or six times a day had a 5 percent lower total cholesterol than average and were 45 percent likely to be able to sustain their target weight than people who ate once or twice a day.Who says caffeine is bad for you The majority of scientific evidence shows that, for a healthy adult, moderate quantities of caffeine about three cups of coffee per day pose no significant health risks.Home sweet home People who described their home lives as satisfying were 24 percent likely to live beyond normal life expectancy, according to a UCLA study.

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    One Reply to “100 Simple Secrets of Healthy People: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use it”

    1. This is a small book that basically gives 100 recommendations to obtain or maintain health. Most of the advice (even though there's nothing in the way of in-depth) is sound although it's pretty much just common sense. In other words if you are moderately health-conscious I don't think you are in for any great discoveries. One of the more ridiculous suggestions in the book was that you could get the daily amount of water you need simply by the foods you eat and that you shouldn't drink a lot of w [...]

    2. After reading the 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People, I thought I'd read the rest of the books in this series. This one doesn't disappoint, as it's full of simple tips to live a healthier lifestyle. Most of these, you already know, others are interesting to discover or remember. My favorite health tips? "Healthy living is an attitude" (seeing your health in a positive light helps you maintain healthy habits), "breathe right" (it's amazing what proper breathing can do to you), "laughter really is [...]

    3. I downloaded this as an eBook from the NYPL to read in snippets at work. For that purpose, it is an excellent book: totally light, each 'chapter' (1.5 pages, max) stands alone, and the info is more page-a-day calendar than OMG! THAT'S AMAZING!!!1! I would recommend this book to people who are bored at work and can download it for free from their library and are interested in being reminded of good health habits and to maybe pick up a couple good new ones. But nothing earth-shattering included.

    4. The suggestions are very beneficial even though they are very common known things. I have a disappointment for the research section: The statistics doesn't say me anything but just numbers since the references are not stated as a footnote Particularly, I loved the 23rd topic which is about tomato. As a being tomato hater, I just become very excited when it is claimed that the cooked tomato might be 2.5 times beneficial to the raw one comparing their lycopene amounts! Overall, the book is O.K but [...]

    5. Nothing new for me, but who doesn't need reminders?? Part of me thinks there were so many things mentioned that you cannot remember most, but another part thinks that everyone can find a part that "speaks to them." Great lunch reading, since chapters are about 2 pages each.

    6. A must-read book on happiness in self development for knowledge workers, managers, executives, and entrepreneurs.

    7. Αν και έχει περάσει καιρός ακόμη κρατώ κάποιες οδηγίες.Γραμμένο απλά, κατανοητά και διαβάζεται γρήγορα.

    8. Filled with some interesting data and tips, but would love to get more info on some issues. But it gives in very clear and easygoing way some interesting facts and science findings.

    9. Good reviewThis is a good book for reviewing the actions and factors in life that you do or don't do and how your actions effect your health.

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