Pet-and-Me Health Habits

Take care of each other for best re­sults.

Prevention (USA) - - CONTENTS - BY LIZZ SCHUMER

You and your furry fam­ily mem­ber are good for each other in more ways than you might re­al­ize: To­gether, you can be health­ier than you would be sep­a­rately, re­search has found. Sim­ply put, “If your pet de­pends on you, you’re more likely to stick to a sched­ule,” ex­plains nu­tri­tion­ist and fit­ness trainer Natalie Jill, L.M.S.N. Here’s how both of you can ben­e­fit.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.