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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Tidbits on Wednesday

I read Prevention Magazine occasionally.  If I read it more often I would be better off but that is a story for another day.

These tidbits were published in May, 2012.  These are small items of info but worth reading once and using, if applicable.
Take a look.

"2,491 - the number of additional steps taken each day by people who wear a pedometer versus those who don't."

"Drink your water ice-cold.  The low temperature prompts your body to burn more calories during digestion."

"Bell peppers contain natural chemicals called capsinoids that can help you lose weight.  So eat a pepper a day to help banish belly fat."

"62 beats per minute - Women with this resting heart rate or lower are less likely to suffer a coronary event."

"1 oz. - The amount of pomegranate juice you need to drink every day for a year to lower your blood pressure by up to 20%."

"3% - how many people check social networks while having sex, per an Australian survey."   Personal note:  why would that question be on any survey and who are the ones who answered "yes"?  I do believe that this is the first time the word "sex" has appeared in this blog.  Should I make it a permanent category?

I hope that these tidbits had a bit of an "oh, really?" reaction. You know me - out to clutter the world with insignificant information.

Meanwhile .... keep it simple and make it real.


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