3 Small Tweaks to Improve Your Health
By making these three small substitutions, you'll experience big long-term rewards.
Switch from decaf to caffeinated coffee.
Caffeine can actually inhibit the growth of cancer cells—and may lower your risk for the disease. (Click here
to learn what your morning brew can do for your brain.)
Eat a snack postworkout instead of waiting for your next meal.
The moment you drop the hand weights or step off the treadmill, you enter a 45-minute metabolic phase; refueling with protein and carbs during this period (say, a glass of chocolate milk or yogurt and fruit) is crucial for repairing muscle tissue.
When the heat or A/C isn't on, leave your windows open as often as possible.
The EPA has determined that indoor air can be five times more contaminated than the air outside. You can help protect yourself from pollutants like formaldehyde and radon with a little ventilation.
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