Week That Was–6/9/2012

I hope this first full week of June was good for you. Down here in Central Florida, we FINALLY got some much needed rain. Many of the ponds in our neighborhood had been bone dry for weeks, and the wildfire danger was scary high. So the 6 inches or so in the past 10 days has been quite the relief.

Anyway, here are some of the articles that caught my eye this week.

Coffee May Delay Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease
Obesity:A Big Fat Problem for America’s Future
Obesity:America’s Next Great Security Threat

Hope everyone has a good week.

Keep up with your Monthly Mission for June, whatever it is. You’re 1/3 of the way through. You can do it!

And stay tuned for updates on another collaborative effort from the folks associated with Eric Wang and Health Demystified. We are working on an ebook project currently, with more news to come in the future.


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  1. Great articles on obesity. Most people are not aware of how to eat properly, eating outrageous amounts of sugars and empty calories. Most people also skip meals, thinking this will help them lose weight, but it slows their metabolism down instead. Instead, they need to be eating more times per day, with less food volume. Here is the article:http://www.commit2fitnessgal.com/losing-weight-and-body-fat-eat-small-meals/

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