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Everly

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Eating well and sleeping well, seem like two good goals.

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Perfect Posture Is A Myth

We all have been taught not to slouch and to stand up straight, and for good reason: Bad posture is the perceived culprit for back pain, fatigue and headaches. In reality, it is a symptom of some underlying problem we don’t know about yet.

If the person has the wrong posture, a physical therapist can examine the core problem, like muscular tightness, spasms or weakness, and provide the relevant exercise routine to follow.

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Perfect posture doesn’t exist—but you can still improve yours

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Properly Storing Coffee

The National Coffee Association certainly believes that the best way to store coffee is to put them in an airtight container.

Coffee should be kept in an opaque container that is able to protect it from light and then stored in a cool place.

What Is the Best Way to Store Coffee?

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Overcompensating For The Burned Calorie

Many people, as studies suggest, tend to eat more when they exercise because increased activity makes them hungrier or they feel entitled to a reward after a tough workout. To get through this mindset, before your workout, make a post-workout snack that you can easily grab after like a piece of fruit or fat-free yogurt.

Make your calorie burn a fun activity that makes you want to go do more. When you dread to do something, you're more likely not to do it again.

5 ways you’re sabotaging your weight-loss resolutions - The Washington Post

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Meal Plan: The Simple Method
  1. Eat real, whole foods you love.
  2. Cut back a little at a time. Dieting shouldn't be zero to a hundred. It's okay to start slowly but surely.
  3. Look for bumps and plan ahead. Office parties? Celebrations? Think ahead and deal with how you will tackle this obstacle.
  4. Sharing your progress with other people will help build your confidence in taking accountability and even motivate you.
  5. Cheat day? Remove the guilt! Learn how to get back on track and eat reasonable portions instead of pigging out.

The Simple Way to Stick to a Meal Plan - zen habits

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  • 10 hours before bed: No more caffeine
  • 3 hours before bed: No more food or alcohol
  • 2 hours before bed: No more work
  • 1 hour before bed: No more screen time
  • 0: The number of times you hit the snooze button in the morning.

Get Better Sleep and Start Mornings Strong With the "10-3-2-1-0" Formula

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Juice Cleansing

Marketers promote juice cleanses as a way to get rid of toxic overload, regaining balance after a period of unhealthful eating, or jump-starting wholesome habits. 

But juice cleanses and liquid detox diets are not a healthful or safe approach to weight loss. There's no scientific research that it provides benefits in the short or long term, and it's not an overall healthy approach to eating.

4 Myths About Juice Cleansing | Live Science

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Understanding Metabolism

Metabolism is the chemical reactions that are needed in our bodies to maintain life as an organism.

It helps convert food into energy, breaking down food into building blocks for various elements, and to eliminate nitrogenous wastes from the body.

Whether slow or fast, here's how your metabolism influences how many calories you burn each day

theconversation.com

Obesity: The Facts
  • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 80 %of adults and about one-third of children now meet the clinical definition of overweight or obese. More Americans live with “extreme obesity“ than with breast cancer, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and HIV put together.
  • Studies have found that about one-third of people classified as obese are metabolically healthy. They show no signs of elevated blood pressure, insulin resistance or high cholesterol.

Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong

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The Brain’s Unique Signal-filtering Process

Even with massive amounts of information drowning our senses, we can focus on what is important and take action.

The brain’s ability to focus on a particular signal while filtering out the rest is now being studied by neuroscientists in detail, and the decades-old studies of the brain cortex being responsible for the same are now proving to be incomplete.

To Pay Attention, the Brain Uses Filters, Not a Spotlight | Quanta Magazine

quantamagazine.org

False memories

A false memory refers to a distorted recall of an event.

They can be completely unreal. In some cases, false memories may comprise aspects of the fact that have been distorted by interfering information or other memory distortions.

How Your Brain Can Create False Memories

verywellmind.com

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