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This Fruit Gives You Stronger, Healthier Lungs

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With coronavirus infections reaching new highs in some parts of the country, lung health has never been more important.

That’s why we wanted to tell you about fascinating research that shows an easy diet change can strengthen your lungs.[1]

Even without a pandemic, your lungs are crucial to your overall health and longevity. Studies show that ex-smokers lose up to 10 years of lifespan because of the damage incurred to their respiratory system.

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Sleep Your Way Thinner… Really

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It sounds too good to be true: Sleep more and you will lose weight.

But researchers have found that getting more than seven hours of sleep is linked to weight loss.[1]

The correlation between sleep and a thinner body is not as strange as it sounds. One-third of American adults are considered sleep-deprived, getting six hours or less of sleep each night.

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This Food Makes Your Brain 11 Years Younger

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A new study shows that one food is a powerful weapon against the mental deterioration that comes with getting older.

A team of researchers from the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago and Tufts University in Boston followed the eating habits of 960 adults for up to four years. The subjects ranged in age from 58 to 99.[1]

The participants completed diet questionnaires, which asked them how often they ate certain foods.

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The Simple Eating Trick for Weight Loss Success

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Most dieters try to lose weight by eating certain foods or by eating fewer calories.

But researchers have found that there’s another factor that may be more important than either of these for diet success.[i]

Scientists at Hiroshima University in Japan tracked the eating habits of 1,083 people for five years. During that time, subjects filled out detailed questionnaires about their lifestyle and eating habits, including speed of eating, physical activity, and medical history.

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The Best Way to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution to Lose Weight 

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The most popular New Year’s resolution Americans make is to lose weight.[1]

The cruel truth is this: The overwhelming majority will fail.

Studies show that the failure rate of all New Year’s resolutions is 80%. And a resolution to lose weight through dieting may have even less of a chance at success. A whopping 95% of all diets fail to help people get slimmer.

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A New Year’s Toast May Help Ward Off Dementia

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Scientists call it the “Goldilocks Zone.”

It’s when too little of something is bad for you and so is too much…but a moderate amount is “just right.”

A major new study shows that’s the case with alcohol and Alzheimer’s disease.

Previous research has come to conflicting conclusions about how much you should drink for optimal brain health.

Scientists at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research set out to settle the question.

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