- 7 minute work out
- Take a song and fully concentrate on it and dance to it.
20 min for your stomach to send signal to your brain that is full
Distant runner-up: grape-seed oil and canola oil (use it in moderation; farmers use a lot of pesticides to do canola)
Buy always expeller-pressed (mechanically pressed) and organic (no pesticides). Cook with them below temperatures, in which they smoke.
For flavor: hazelnut or toasted sesame oil (don't heat them up)
These are very chemically unstable. If they are exposed to heat, oxygen, light, they break down and form pro inflammatory carcinogenic compounds.
You shouldn't deep fry but if you do: algae oil (brand thrive) (has a very high smoke point)
Clean fifteen dirty dozen
Don't eat not organic: V: green beans, potatos, spinach F: strawberies, kiwi, wtermelon, apple, blueberies, nectarines, charies, peaches
Eat not organic: V: brocolli, cabbage, carrots, cilantro, corn, onions, peas, scallions F: cranberies, grapefruit, oranges, bananas, mangos
link from Consumer Reports
Psyche and Health
“In a small study, since repeated in larger trials, they compared blood samples from six people who felt socially isolated with samples from eight who didn’t. Among the lonely participants, the function of the genome had changed in such a way that the risk of inflammatory diseases increased and antiviral response diminished. It appeared that the brains of these subjects were wired to equate loneliness with danger, and to switch the body into a defensive state. In historical and evolutionary terms, Cacioppo suggested, this reaction could be a good thing, since it helps immune cells reach infections and encourages wounds to heal. But it is no way to live. Inflammation promotes the growth of cancer cells and the development of plaque in the arteries. It leads to the disabling of brain cells, which raises susceptibility to neurodegenerative disease. In effect, according to Cole, the stress reaction requires “mortgaging our long-term health in favor of our short-term survival.” Our bodies, he concluded, are “programmed to turn misery into death.” from A Better Kind of Happiness