Health is a real wealth; we should take care of it on daily basis. We should eat right and healthy, practice necessary exercises and follow healthy lifestyle to always remain fit. People eating junk foods and follow inactive lifestyle become unhealthy, overweight and obese. They easily get health disorders in the early age.

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Nutrient Absorption

Eating right is never going to keep you healthy.

That is, unless you’re absorbing the proper nutrients from your food. When trying to get the most energy and happiness from our lives, proper digestion and absorption cannot be overlooked.

Nutrient Absorption
Boost Nutrient Absorption

Boost Nutrient Absorption

Savoring the food you eat has been shown to increase your nutrient absorption. When researchers in Sweden asked two groups of women - one Thai and one Swedish - to eat a Thai curry meal, they found that Thai women absorbed 50% more iron from the meal because they liked the taste.

Easy Health Tips

We’ve been talking a lot lately about how to make getting healthy easy in the Live Lighter’s Health Made Easy Series . Much of what’s been covered so far has been intangible, like common beliefs about health, alternative perspectives, mental associations and developing habits. This final post in the series is a follow up to 7 Tips to Easy Health and provides you with some hands-on.

Easy Health Tips
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Omega-3’s

  • About Omega-3’s
  • Benefits of Omega 3
  • Omega-3 Food Sources
  • Chia Seeds vs. Flax Seeds
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About Omega-3’s

About Omega-3’s

Omega-3 fatty acids are a vital part of a healthy diet due to their many potential health benefits. Barring a few other nutrients, omega-3 fatty acids have been thoroughly researched, and these studies consistently reveal that omega-3s are essential to some body functions, not to mention other therapeutic uses as well. Omega-3 is sourced from both plants and animals.

Benefits of Omega 3

Benefits of Omega 3

Gloominess and feelings of hopelessness are some of the most prevalent mental problems. If you feel depressed and have a general lack of interest in life, then you probably are one of those dealing with melancholia. Research has revealed that individuals who took omega-3s regularly are less likely to experience melancholia. Of the three kinds of omega-3s, EPA seems to be the most effective at battling.

Omega-3 Food Sources

Omega-3 Food Sources

Chia seeds are one of the best sources of omega-3 fats. As a plus, it is plant-based, so it is good for those following a plant-based and/or meat-free diet. This seed is composed mainly of fats, with most of it being omega-3s. Adding just 2-3 tablespoons of chia seeds to your morning oatmeal or breakfast smoothie can help you hit the required daily intake for omega-3s to reap its benefits.

Chia Seeds vs. Flax Seeds

Chia Seeds vs. Flax Seeds

When it comes to super seeds, chia seeds and flax seeds both rank high on the list. Both seeds are small, nutrient-dense substances. These superseeds reportedly have several health benefits including aiding weight loss, stabilizing blood sugar, and providing an abundance of nutrients needed for overall health and wellness. The seeds hold some similar properties, but are also different in some ways.

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Increase Your Total Health

Both wellness and workplace occupational health and safety (OHS) have benefits to employees and employers alike. While both can be implemented separately, there are proven additional benefits to combining the two programs into one overall Employee Health, Safety, and Wellness (HSW) Program where the total is greater than the sum of the parts.