Don’t Sweat It!

Natural Solutions - - Healthmatters Fitness -

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

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