Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Weekly Snippets

  • Sitting all day at work elevates your risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and certain cancers which can cause an early death.  You don't break down fats in your blood when you don't keep this large muscle group( legs) active.  (Via: NYTimes)
  • Soaking in an Epsom salt bath is more than relaxing, it helps reduce muscle soreness, increases magnesium in your body (most people are deficient), relieves stress, helps with nerve function and helps with a multitude off health issues..  Now go soak in the tub as it is good for your health (Via: Epsom Salt Council)
  • Get your cup of green tea in every day, studies still show that it helps to reduce your risk of certain cancers, helps lower cholesterol and reduces free radicals.  (Via: University of Maryland)

  • Cleaning up your home and reducing chemical wastes in our waterways has never been easier now that we have ActiveIon to the rescue.  Cleaning without chemicals also helps reduce toxins indoors and leaves no chemical residues on surfaces also; cleans, disinfects and has an H1N1 kill factor  (Via: BodynSoil)


Dawn said...

This is the second time today I have heard that epsom salt is good for sore muscles. My shoulder is killing me...it can't hurt to try.

The Gracious Pantry said...

Wow! I love those tips! I knew there was a good reason to quit my job! lol.

And now for that bath....