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Because of things like the sharp rise in obesity and obesity related illnesses as well as the opioid epidemic, there has been a decline in life expectancy for the first time in over two decades. Learn more about American life expectancy from this infographic!
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You know that whole fuss about making lifestyle changes? Did it seem like just another social media hullabaloo? Well, it isn’t. Given the number of lifestyle diseases on the meteoric rise, it is understandable that the collective attention of the masses needs to be turned towards refining their respective lifestyles.
Here’s the catch though – an unhealthy lifestyle isn’t just the curse of the overweight person. They plague even the seemingly thin populace (ever heard of skinny fat?).
Adopting a healthy lifestyle, however, is not impossible. Here are some simple, actionable ways you can improve the quality of your life.
1. So long, sugar!
That toxic, one-sided love affair you have with sugar is, in all likelihood, sabotaging your health more than you realize. There is enough alarming research to suggest that a normal individual has way too much sugar on a daily basis. Don’t believe us? Watch documentaries like Fed Up to get a sense of how significantly problematic sugar can be. FULL POST