It’s November and a time when we often reflect and give thanks for life’s blessings. During this time, we often “give thanks” in celebration and by giving back to those less fortunate. We hope you have lived a healthier lifestyle this year. Did you know that the power of regularly exercising feelings of gratitude has been scientifically proven to generate positive health benefits, which may be experienced the whole year through?
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October 1st is World Vegetarian Day, an annual celebration to raise awareness and to educate people about the health and social benefits of eliminating meat from their diets. Established by the North American Vegetarian Society in 1977 and endorsed by the International Vegetarian Union in 1978, the motto of the day is “to promote the joy, compassion, and life-enhancing possibilities of vegetarianism.” As advocates for a well-balanced and holistic lifestyle, SCPT is sharing some interesting information to consider on World Vegetarian Day.
You may have heard the recent buzz in the news regarding the negative impact that sitting has on the human body. Today, 80% of Americans are spending the majority of their days sitting at a desk. While this is a necessity for most careers, new statistics point to the increased health risks associated with remaining in a sedentary position for too long. Let’s take a closer look at the way sitting impacts our bodies and how we can curb the myriad of harmful side effects from conducting business as usual.
In the United States today, there is a much greater awareness of the fitness benefits for people over 50. Many baby boomers are working hard to make wellness a priority which includes eating right, exercising and taking care of themselves holistically in an effort to increase their chances for better health and longevity.