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Eat Meat as a Garnish

Reduce the climate impacts of meat production Enjoy the flavor of meat without harming the planet Americans eat a lot of meat. In 2018, the US Department of Agriculture estimated the total US consumption of beef, pork, and poultry equaled 220 pounds per person. This equates to an average of 276 grams (about 10 ounces)…
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Brief, Intense Training Builds Cardio Benefits

Too frazzled, too out of shape, too old to exercise? Incidental physical activity takes no extra time but builds fitness Do you feel that you’re too busy to Keep Moving? Do you feel that you’re too sedentary or old to Keep Moving? If so, you’ve got lots of company. In spite of overwhelming evidence that…
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The Power of Push-ups

Forty push-ups predicts vastly lower risk of cardiovascular disease Why would this be? A brand new study showed that active adult men who could perform 40 or more push-ups without stopping had a 96 percent (!) lower risk of new cardiovascular events over a 10-year follow-up period compared to active adult men who could perform…
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Learn to Listen

Cultivate social connections Make closer friendships Listening is essential to form and maintain strong, healthy social relationships. Listening allows you to be open, generous, and connected with others, especially those who are close to you emotionally. If you don’t listen carefully to others, you’ll have a tough time making and keeping friends. You’ll also have…
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