This is the stuff that lights me up ✨ makes me think 🤔 and affects my heart ❤
This article says that the rich live much longer than the poor. No surprise. But even if you’re not wealthy, the message is clear. Health is more important than wealth. What are you choosing today?
It is in chicken stock, sliced cheese, bacon and smoked salmon, in mustard and salad dressing, in crackers and nearly every single brand of sandwich bread. It is all around us — in obvious ways and hidden ones — and it is utterly delicious.
For years, I thought of exercise in terms of calories in and calories out: Eat too much pizza on Saturday night, take an extra spin class. Skip an hourlong run, skip a bagel the next day. Train for a triathlon, eat whatever I want — because, hey, wasn’t I burning like a zillion calories a day?
I read through more than 60 studies on exercise and weight loss. I also spoke to nine leading exercise, nutrition, and obesity researchers. Here’s what I learned.
A powerful NYT piece featuring Gabrielle Deydier. She has been criticized for normalizing obesity, and that couldn’t be further than the truth. She is normalizing the conversation. Whether obesity, mental health, sexual assault or more, we must normalize the conversation.
Do you work?
Read this study: Does Executive Status Overcome Obesity Stigma?
Short Answer: No. Obesity could be a barrier not only to the accurate evaluation of performance but also to the effective identification of high- potential employees.