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Hot Topics from #28DAYSOFHEALTH

#28DAYSOFHEALTH made a huge impact during the month of November and we hope you felt it too. Hosted on our new social media account, Market America Healthy Living, these 28 days were jam-packed with exciting topics, a depth of information and passion to match it. From our nightly Facebook lives to our That’s Not True Series on Wednesday evenings, Dr. Deedra Mason truly elevated our 28 Day challenge. Let’s take a look back at some of our most popular topics and questions submitted to Dr. Dee.

Hydration: Are you drinking enough water? This was our first topic of the series on Monday, November 2nd and it was full steam ahead from there. Water consumption tends to be overlooked. This is a simple fix for your routine – find a reusable water bottle and make it your goal to fill it X amount of times per day. Plus, this will help you get away from your screen from time to time.

Intermittent Fasting: There are benefits to eating within a compressed window, recommended for a minimum of 12 hours. However, there are many variations on how to define what that truly is and what the appropriate timeframe is.  It’s important to remember that just because you are intermittent fasting, that’s not a reason to eat in excess or eat poorly during those 8-12 hours. While this lifestyle isn’t for everyone – this is such a popular topic right now.

Mindfulness: Even 10 minutes of mindfulness, quietness, letting thoughts come and go, can support calmness and well-being. Practicing this in your own home, on a consistent basis will have a positive impact.

Curcumin: Derived from turmeric, Curcumin is a super ingredient. Curcumin supports numerous functions including antioxidant support. Curcumin also supports detoxification, which was one of our most popular topics during this series.

Detoxification: One of the best ways you can manage your hormones, detoxification supports a healthy liver and your body as you age. To learn more about this topic, check back to our Facebook live on November 17th.

Gut: Gut health is so essential as we learned from one of our health goals, Follow your Gut. Try adding fiber from vegetables and probiotic strains for many benefits. After all, the gut hosts 70% of your immune system. “The road to health is paved with good intestines.”

Fitness: Moving more was something we discussed several evenings. At a minimum, challenge yourself to move 20 minutes a day. Intensity does matter in this but remember, intensity is not a one size fits all approach. Put in the work. The most rewarding day of this will be the day you didn’t want to do it, but did anyways.

Sleeping Well: Often under estimated, sleeping well is a huge component of your well-being. Sleeping better starts with your sleep routine, each and every night. You cannot expect to “catch up” on sleep by sleeping more on the weekends. Make this a daily commitment to go to bed around the same time each night and awake at the same time each morning. Sleep and immune health go hand-in-hand.

For more information on these topics or any of our curated topics from #28DAYSOFHEALTH, please refer back to the Market America Healthy Living Facebook page to watch Dr. Dee’s nightly lives in addition to the That’s Not True sessions.

Though our #28daysofhealth has officially ended, we hope this is just the start of your new or improved routine, whether that means adding a new product into your daily routine, sleeping better or making a commitment to move more each day. We encourage you to keep following along on our MA Healthy Living accounts for product knowledge, wellness tips, new product releases and so much more. Stay tuned to learn more about our next 28 DAY challenge. In the words of Dr. Dee, until we see you again, go be healthy, go be brilliant.

 

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Christine Howard

Christine Howard