Welcome back to FitFluential Radio! On today’s episode, we’ll talk about various articles pertaining to how our lifestyle is adversely affecting the way our body works. Today, we're discussing an article saying the overworked youth is no longer safe from age-related diseases, a paper saying heart diseases is on an uptrend again, and an article citing the effects of gadget use in young children.
We’ll also be talking about an article on why there are more skeptics in America when it comes to food research - which is, in our opinion, a good thing. If you have any comments or questions on any of the topics discussed in this episode, feel free to leave them below!
“What you see on the outside is not necessarily a reflection of what could be going on inside.”– Kelly Olexa
This Week in Health and Wellness:
Overworked people in their early 20’s or 30’s nowadays have diseases doctors often see in people in their later years.
Heart disease, stroke, and other age-related disease in young people are brought upon by extreme work-life imbalances.
After a long downtrend, there is currently a strong uptick in heart disease occurrence in the USA.
This is again caused by chronic fatigue or poor lifestyle choices and not because of a bad diet.
The number of skeptics in America are rising particularly when it comes to food research.
Some Americans are now looking into the researchers’ background to check whether they’re not funded by companies under “Big Food”
Vitamin D intake from the sun improves gut flora and metabolism.
If you have low Vitamin D, more likely to have an issue with your gut flora and metabolism. Supplementing Vitamin D alone is not enough.
Gadgets are now considered digital heroin to kids.
Parents now have to put up with violent reactions from kids once they take their phones or tablets away which is similar to how a junkie react when you take away their fix.
Don't get kids addicted to technology. Break the habit, don't get kids gadgets that may end up getting them addicted.
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