Don’t Sweat It!
Armpit stains and sticky hairline aside, sweating might actually be good for you—researchers have discovered that sweat produces an antimicrobial peptide that works to fight off bacteria. Source: Eberhard-Karls-University of Tübingen
Source: Mayo Clinic
Attitude Adjustment Next time you head out to work out, frame fitness as “fun”—not exercise. New research indicates that perceiving exercise as work may cause us to overeat afterwards because we see food as a reward for our efforts; we may end up consuming more calories than we burned. But framing the same activities as pleasurable triggers less consumption—of healthier snacks—post-workout. Source: Marketing Letters