Kristen Jakobitz

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A new study from Penn State finds an association between eating #mushrooms every day and a lower likelihood of experiencing #depression. medicalnewstoday.com/articles/eatin… #mentalhealth
One of the most #calming breathing exercises you can do is to breathe in (e.g. to a count of 4), hold, and then breathe out for up to twice as long (e.g. to a count of 6-8). This activates the parasympathetic nervous system, reducing heart rate & blood pressure. #mindfulness
The #fall weather is a great time to enjoy the outdoors. Take in the beauty of the changing leaves, the crisp air, and the sounds of #nature. In fact, a walk in nature can boost your mood and creativity while also relaxing you. #health
We are all so lucky to know what to do for ourselves for health. Kristen is correct. Your health is an investment, not an expense. twitter.com/KristenJakobit…
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Thanks for sharing your findings, Elizabeth! twitter.com/ElizaWallace27…
If you experienced high blood pressure during #pregnancy, be sure to pay close attention to how you feel after you give birth because there are increased risks for #stroke or other health issues. Here’s what you need to know: go.usa.gov/xMV9X #NWBPAW
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#Pumpkin is one of the best sources of beta-carotene, which is converted into #vitaminA in the body. Avoid canned pumpkin, which is often full of sugar and syrups and instead reach for the real deal. #healthy
Fall is a perfect time to slow down and regroup as a #family by reconnecting over dinner. Families who dine together tend to eat more nutritious meals. It also strengthens family #relationships and may even help fast eaters slow down and appreciate food more. #health
You're only one workout away from better #health. #fitness #thursdayvibes
Your #health is an investment, not an expense. #quote
As the weather gets colder, it’s important to give extra support to your immune system. Eating #healthy foods with vitamin C (like limes, lemons, and oranges) are key to fighting off infections. Garlic, ginger, spinach, and almonds are also winners for #health and #immunity.
Success begins with believing you can. đź’š#mindfulnesss#mindsettF
We’re moving in the wrong direction! A new study shows that processed foods make up the bulk of the American diet, and the proportion of these foods that adults consume is increasing. bit.ly/3vrGf94 #healthyeating #healthyfood
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5 tips for more restful #sleep: Avoid caffeine, alcohol & spicy food at night Exercise regularly Stick to a sleep schedule Limit device time 1-2 hours before bedtime Meditate for 5-15 minutes before going to sleep #health #wellness
Living a #healthylifestyle is about more than losing weight. It's about overcoming the #mindset that got you there in the first place. #quote
đź‘‹ Wishing others well might seem like a small thing, but it can make all the difference đź‘‹ Simply hoping a friend is OK, or complimenting a stranger can do wonders for your wellbeing. #cwe20222#workplacewellbeingn#workplacewellnesss#wellbeingn#mentalhealtht#headspacecPh
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Every time we eat or drink we are either fighting disease or fueling it. #health #wednesdaythought
Did you know your skin’s microbiome differs from head to toe? bit.ly/skin-microbiome #HealthySkin #microbiome #health
The most underused medical tools 1. Fasting 2. Sunlight 3. Sleep 4. Nature 5. Real food 6. Exercise 7. Heat/Cold 8. Salt 9. Magnesium 10. Earthing 11. Meditation 12. Laughter
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@KristenJakobitz BIG GOALS take BIG TIME & BIG PATIENCE. So, naturally the bigger the goal, expect you’ll have to invest more time & match it with more patience. One last KEY thing: F.O.C.U.S. Put blinders on, keep your eye on the prize, don’t be deterred, stay the course. Don’t quit. Focus.
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Up to 50% of US population is #magnesium deficient. Take note of Kristie's helpful suggestions. ⬇️ #health twitter.com/DrKristieLeong…
Why positivity and optimism is beneficial for your health. Thanks for sharing Lori. .@LoriShemek twitter.com/LoriShemek/sta…
Sylvia Imbens, 10, sums up her dad’s #NobelPrize winning work: "It's very interesting how you can take data from things that were completely not intended for you - for anything - and then use it to draw these astounding conclusions."
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18 months of the #COVID19 pandemic – a retrospective in 7 charts. theconversation.com/18-months-of-t… via @ConversationUS
Replacing 2 hours sitting each day with standing can burn up to 130 calories a week, and may improve concentration. Research shows standing more often during your day may also improve glucose, insulin levels, and blood pressure in the long term. bit.ly/3phk9oo #health
Research shows 10 minutes of stair climbing can have a similar effect on energy levels as a cup of coffee does in sleep-deprived people. bit.ly/3DZ8xL7 #health #fitness #tuesdaymotivations
"You can do a lot for your diet by eliminating foods that have mascots." - Ted Spiker #health #quote
Does your everyday well-being depend on your stomach? You’re not alone! Why getting hold of reliable and easy-to-understand information on gut health to help you with your digestive problems is crucial ow.ly/UXLb30rVd8G
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A #fitness focused approach to optimize cardiometabolic mortality risk appears to be superior than focusing only on losing weight in people who are obese. The risk reduction associated with increasing PA and CRF is greater than intentional weight loss. cell.com/iscience/fullt…
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Taking a #probiotic #supplement won’t heal a gut that’s constantly challenged w/alcohol, NSAID, processed foods, #antibiotics, & sugar. We also need to remove factors that are harmful to #guthealth
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Never give up on your goals and dreams. #mondaymotivation #quote
Lipolysis: The Process of Weight Loss #weightloss Lipolysis also known as the breakdown of stored fat, the body will only lose fat when certain obligations are first met. bit.ly/2ql3fWX
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7 ways to beat brain fog: 🔹Spend less time on computer & mobile phone 🔹Positive thinking, reduce stress 🔹Change your diet 🔹Sleep 7-8 hours daily 🔹Regular exercise 🔹Avoid alcohol, smoking, and drinking coffee in p.m. 🔹Finding enjoyable activ#health##wellnesse39xKvf3
Research found people age 50 and older with central obesity who practiced tai chi for 12 weeks shrunk their bellies as successfully as those who participated in aerobic exercise and strength training for the same amount of time. bit.ly/3BW5W3K #health #fitness
In addition to being a good source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat, #avocados are also high in #magnesium which is a key nutrient for improving the body's resilience to stress. #health
A 1-ounce (28-gram) serving of dark #chocolate provides 16% of the RDI for #magnesium. It’s also beneficial for gut and heart health and loaded with antioxidants. Choose a product with at least 70% cocoa. #GutHealth #health
Studies show getting barefoot contact with the earth may help lower #inflammation & #stress levels. bit.ly/3n3K8NC The best times of day to do this are sunrise, midday, and sunset, this way the brain resets with circadian cues that tell us when to sleep. #health
The one thing that you have that nobody else has is YOU. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live only as YOU can. #motivation #sundayvibes
5 reasons to drink homemade green juice: Reduces inflammation Supports healthy immune function Reduces digestive discomfort Helps rebuild intestinal wall Rich in bioavailable nutrients Try this simple recipe: bit.ly/greenjuicedeto… #GutHealth #RecipeOfTheDay #health
Long-term sucrose consumption produces hyperactivity & alters memory. frontiersin.org/articles/10.33…
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And now for something completely different "Although fat-rich diets have taken much of the blame for the rise in obesity, excess consumption of processed sugars, and high-fructose corn syrup in particular, is strongly implicated in diet-induced obesity" nature.com/articles/d4158…
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Being around #nature, even for small amounts of time, has been shown to help people feel more energized. It is thought this may have to do with its impact on decreasing activated #stress responses. #health
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