Here’s a quick list of some articles that may help you live a little bit longer and a little bit healthier:
– Eat Your Veggies Young Man:
the researchers found that people with a high intake (more than 262 grams per day) of raw fruits and vegetables were 36 percent less likely to suffer a stroke than those with a low intake (less than 92 grams per day) of raw fruits and vegetables.
– Put…Down…The…Remote, there’s nothing on anyway:
People who watch more television in their 20s and 30s are more apt to develop heart disease risk factors by the time they reach their mid-40s than people who spent less time in front of the screen, a new study finds.
And while that’s worrisome enough for many, the worse news is that you can’t exercise the risk away.
– Keep those bones nice and strong, even if you don’t love milk like I do. How about some sardines? (WebMD)
– Yes, send this to your wife! Another way Wii games are really good for you. (CBS HealthWatch)