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Month: August 2016

Sitting is Killing me, and probably you

Is Sitting Really The New Smoking? When I read this article, I didn’t want to believe it.  But the evidence is undeniable: “As soon as our backsides hit the chair, several metabolic and physical changes start to occur: Our resting metabolic rate plummets, which means that your body burns minimal calories. This helps to explain why increased sitting is associated with higher rates of obesity. The electrical activity in our leg muscles drops right off. Blood circulation in our legs…